Minter remembered, Davison on setting the bar, and Canelo vs DAZN
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Former middleweight world champion Alan Minter, who infamously lost to Marvin Hagler in 1980, died last week at 69. Mike and Steve remember his career and explain why he is so significant in the history of British boxing. Also, trainer Ben Davison, who works with Josh Taylor and helped Tyson Fury back from the brink, tells the pod how he wants to make a lasting impact in the sport. Finally, reaction to the news about a legal dispute between Mexican superstar Saul “Canelo” Alvarez and his US broadcaster DAZN.
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