Carl Froch was a warrior in the ring. It won him four world titles and made him one of the most popular British boxers in recent history. In this podcast he brings his unique insight into the mind of a fighter - the violence, the pain and the glory - to the current issues in the boxing world. With commentator and presenter Darren Fletcher.
Memories of Marvelous Marvin
Fletch and Carl pay tribute to Marvin Hagler, the former undisputed world middleweight champion who died at the weekend. Fletch recalls the time he met the great man in Nottingham and Carl tells us what made him so good. The boys also look ahead to Dillian Whyte's rematch against Alexander Povetkin in Gibraltar later this month.
Froch Groves III
Carl Froch and George Groves had one of the fiercest rivalries in sport and now, almost seven years on since that historic night at Wembley, the lads leave their differences at the door for an honest and frank chat on the pod. With Fletch barely getting a word in, the pair reminisce about their hatred of each other, clear up a few misunderstandings and get the wheels in motion for Froch Groves III.
Joshua v Pulev: The Preview
Ahead of the big fight on Saturday night, Fletch and Carl break down where the contest will be won and lost. They discuss the threat that Pulev brings and why AJ needs a convincing win.
Tyson v Jones, Dubois v Joyce and the Cobra's guitar
Fletch and Carl share their concerns and excitement over Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr's exhibition fight in the early hours of Sunday morning. The boys also breakdown the showdown between Daniel Dubois and Joe Joyce for the British, Commonwealth and vacant European heavyweight titles.
Was Chisora let down by his corner and what next for Usyk
Carl breaks down what went wrong for Derek Chisora in his heavyweight bout against Oleksandr Usyk. Despite the win, the guys question whether Usyk has what it takes to succeed in the heavyweight division and reflect on Deontay Wilder's recent claims.
David Haye joins the guys this week ahead of Derek Chisora's heavyweight bout against Oleksandr Usyk in London. Now managing Chisora, Haye tells Carl and Fletch why his man will do the business on Saturday night.