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Season 2, Episode 5: Super lightweight titleholder Kali Reis joins the pod to discuss her upcoming defense against Diana Prazak, her roles in the making of the award-winning film "Catch the Fair One" and the rich complexities of her Native American and Cape Verdean heritage.
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Jesus Ramos Jr.
Season 2, Episode 4: Welterweight prospect Jesus Ramos Jr. joins the pod to discuss his post-holiday stoppage win over Naim Nelson, the benefits of punching power and his two-year plan to earn a world title.
Pete Croatto (Part 2)
Season 2, Episode 3: Writer and author Pete Croatto joins the pod to discuss his new book, "From Hang Time to Prime Time: Business, Entertainment and the Birth of the Modern-Day NBA," plus writing, hoops and – yes! – boxing.
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Pete Croatto (Part 1)
Season 2, Episode 2: Writer and author Pete Croatto joins the pod to discuss his new book, "From Hang Time to Prime Time: Business, Entertainment and the Birth of the Modern-Day NBA," as well as the craft of writing and changes in the journalism and publishing industry.
Stevie and Aaron McKenna
Season 2, Episode 1: Ireland's Stevie and Aaron McKenna, 23 and 21 years old, respectively, are brothers who turned pro and moved to the United States to work under famed trainer Freddie Roach at the Wild Card Boxing gym. Back home in Monoghan, Ireland, during the pandemic, they have continued their training and are set to appear together as pros for the first time on the Dec. 11 Sam Eggington-Ashley Theophane card.
Episode 20: Former lineal middleweight champion Kelly Pavlik joins the pod to discuss the unique pressures of representing his hometown, the overlooked importance of his left hand and the challenges of transitioning from the fighting life.
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