Objective analysis and discussion of the latest topics in boxing. Full previews and recaps of global action. Occasional bickering, jokes, and heated conversations.
Jaron 'Boots' Ennis electrifies in his first big fight and Jermell Charlo on the verge of undisputed?
Angelo is joined by Lex and Matt from the Most Valid Opinion podcast to break down whether or not Jaron Ennis met the expectations this weekend and what would be the best path forward for him. They also get into where Eimantas Stanionis in his development, Joe Smith Jr's big win over Maxim Vlasov and whether or not Jermell Charlo is going to meet Brian Castano in a 154 lb unification.
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Jamel Herring retires Carl Frampton and Jaron Ennis looks to take the next step
Angelo is joined by Tom to break down Jamel Herring's stoppage win over Carl Frampton. They discuss the win's significance, whether the fight played out the way they predicted, and what is going to happen in the 130 lb division given Saturday's events. Plus, a look at why the fight was held in Dubai the repercussions and the bad production of the event. Also, Tim Tszyu's domination of Dennis Hogan and what the future could look like for him, a long preview of the return of Jaron Ennis and his tough matchup with Sergey Lipinets, Eimantas Stanionis's opportunity, and a look ahead at Erickson Lubin and Jeison Rosario meeting in a real crossroads type of matchup.
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Dillian Whyte stops Alexander Povetkin and Oscar De La Hoya announces his return
Angelo is joined by Fred to discuss Dillian Whyte's victory over Alexander Povetkin. They discuss whether or not he deserves a title shot now that he's gotten a win over Povetkin. Also, they break down the undercard, Fred discusses the future for Ted Cheeseman, they talk about Zack Parker's future and more from the weekend's action. Plus, Oscar De La Hoya announces his return and the guys try to pick the perfect opponent for him, Teofimo's fathers comments about pay-per-view, the Ruiz-Arreola price change and the whole saga of Carl Frampton and Jamel Herring.
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Vergil Ortiz gets past Maurice Hooker and looks toward Crawford and Mike Tyson distances himself from Triller
Angelo is joined by Tom and Fred to break down Vergil Ortiz's performance against Maurice Hooker. They discuss what impressed them and what needs work. They look at who Ortiz would best be matched with and a potential fight with Terence Crawford. Also, Artur Beterbiev successfully defends his lightweight title and Alberto Machado gets KO'd. Also, Mike Tyson has completely distanced himself with Triller and there seems to be no discussion around the situation. Dillian Whyte returns after his devastating KO loss and what Gibraltor is famous for.
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Did Estrada vs Chocolatito meet the hype? Who will Tyson Fury fight next? RIP Marvin Hagler
Angelo is joined by Lex and Matt (of the Most Valid Opinion podcast) to breakdown the weekend's action. Did the guys enjoy Estrada vs Chocolatito and did it meet the hype after 9 years of waiting? Was this the best version we've seen of David Benavidez against Ronald Ellis? What should be next for Isaac Cruz.
Plus, Tyson Fury has said he's stopped training and started drinking, Demetrius Andrade finally has a fight, and a former champion is accused in a case involving importing meth.
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Claressa Shields continues domination, Estrada-Gonzalez rematch, and Benavidez returns
Angelo is joined by Lex for a loose conversation on Claressa Shields win over Eve Marie DiCarie. Plus they discuss the week's news and preview David Benavidez's return and the Estrada-Gonzalez rematch.
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good for the most part
Pretty good boxing podcast.... PBC favorited which i’m fine with but the biases are strong .... fred has heavy biases and just absolutely hates on things he isn’t a fan of. if that’s not happening he might’ve passed out drunk snoring again. even with that, the dynamic between them all is good.
Very informative at times, but they come off as PBC fanboys.The DAZN jokes were funny at first, but they quickly get old.
Solid insights on the backroom dealings of the sport
Fred has never fallen asleep on the podcast. That was a conspiracy started by rival boxing podcasts.