After a few weeks of calm following the upheaval of Andy Ruiz's shock win over Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury's electric Las Vegas debut, Mike and Steve take stock of the heavyweight division. Should Joshua go straight into the rematch with Ruiz, or does he need more time to regroup and refocus? And is there anything that could derail Tyson Fury's rematch with Deontay Wilder, after Tyson Fury announced the suggested date of 22nd February 2020?
Later, promoter Frank Warren joins the pod to build up to Daniel Dubois v Nathan Gorman for the British heavyweight title, and Dubois and Gorman explain their rivalry dating back to sparring sessions in the GB amateur squad.
Dillian Whyte beat Oscar Rivas on points over the weekend to maintain his position as the WBC's mandatory challenger, but is he any closer to a title shot, with Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury still targeting a rematch? Eddie Hearn outlines the next steps for Whyte and reveals the two potential...
After Daniel Dubois impressed by beating Nathan Gorman to win the British heavyweight title, where does he stand in the heavyweight division? Tyson Fury give his impression of Dubois, and explains what he's been doing since beating Tom Schwarz. Then, Dillian Whyte talks about his frustrations in...
Former British super middleweight champion James Cook remembers his career, and talks about his life running a youth boxing club in an area of east London where gang violence, knife crime and poverty are a daily reality.