The Hamilcar Publications Podcast (previously titled the Hannibal Boxing Podcast) features interviews of and discussions with various authors, writers and more from the worlds of boxing, true crime, and hip-hop.
Host Patrick Connor is a journalist, author, voice actor, boxing historian, and member of both the Boxing Writers Association of America and the International Boxing Research Organization.
You can find other podcasts from Patrick at Knuckles and Gloves Radio (knucklesandgloves.com/kgb-radio).
EZ Elpee recalls the night Notorious B.I.G. chose the beat for "Get Money"
Despite being passed over—and even having his beats dissed by the legendary Big L—producer EZ Elpee launched his career producing the platinum-selling second single by Junior M.A.F.I.A., "Get Money." In this interview clip, Elpee recalls the night Notorious B.I.G. chose the beat and the epic sessions that followed.
This interview is part of a series of interviews conducted by hip-hop journalist and author, Riley Wallace. These interviews are part of Riley's research for the book From Boom Bap to Trap: Hip-Hop's Greatest Producers.
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BBC podcast, The Inquiry - Tris Dixon on Concussions in Boxing
This is an excerpt from the BBC's podcast, The Inquiry.
The episode title is "How will the concussion issue affect the future of sport?"
This short excerpt on expert Tris Dixon, the author of Damage: The Untold Story of Brain Trauma in Boxing.
The full episode, covering concussions in American football, soccer, and more can be found here - https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/w3ct1z1q
Gordon Marino Talks Existentialism, Training Fighters and Bundini
Gordon Marino, author and professor of philosophy at St. Olaf College, joins the show to discuss his writings on existentialism, how they apply to his experience training fighters and to stepping into the ring itself. Gordon also talks about Bundini, Hamilcar's recent release.
Shannon "The Cannon" Briggs, His Great Stories and New Business
Former heavyweight champion Shannon "The Cannon" Briggs crashes the Hannibal Boxing Podcast with his special blend of humor, inspiration and experience. Hear about Shannon's fight career and his new cannabis business, and brace yourself for a few hilarious Shannon Briggs stories you won't hear anywhere else. LET'S GO CHAMP!
Christian Giudice Goes Over Hector Camacho and Macho Time
Author Christian Giudice stops by the Hannibal Boxing Podcast to discuss the process of writing Macho Time: The Meteoric Rise and Tragic Fall of Hector Camacho, his books about Roberto Duran, Alexis Arguello and Wilfredo Gomez and much more.
Slaughter in the Streets Audiobook: Free Audio Sample
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Narrated by Chris Ciulla, and written by author Don Stradley, Slaughter in The Streets: When Boston Became Boxing's Murder Capital masterfully unfolds the story of how Boston became “boxing’s murder capital.” From the early days of Boston’s Mafia, to the era of Whitey Bulger, Stradley tells the fascinating stories of men who were drawn to the dual shady worlds of boxing and organized crime.
Boston was once a thriving boxing city. And it was also host to an ever-expanding underworld. From the early days of Boston’s Mafia, to the era of Whitey Bulger, many of the city’s boxers found themselves drawn to the criminal life. Most of them ended up dead. Slaughter in the Streets tells the violent and often tragic story of these misguided young men who thought their toughness in the ring could protect them from the most cold-blooded killers in the country.
Very good boxing podcast!