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.
Revisiting the most famous fight of them all: Muhammad Ali v George Foreman, Zaire 1974. Featuring archive material from Foreman himself, Ali's manager Gene Kilroy, boxing historian Bert Sugar and British sports journalist Neil Allen.
Katie Taylor put on one of her best performances in beating Christina Linardatou at the Manchester Arena, on the same night that Anthony Crolla had to dig deep to win his retirement fight. Mike and Steve also analyse Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez’s win over Sergey Kovalev to win a world title in a fourth...
Previews of a busy weekend of boxing, including Katie Taylor’s attempt to win a world title in a second weight division against Christina Linardatou, Anthony Crolla’s retirement fight against Frank Urquiaga, and Saul ‘Canelo” Alvarez taking a big step up in weight against Sergey Kovalev.