Angelo is joined by Rollins this week for a draft style pod. The premise is simple. With network and promotional politics out of the way, which fighters have the most value. The guys count down from 50 to 1 with plenty of surprises along the way you can't miss.
Angelo is joined by Tom to discuss the effects of the coronavirus on the sport of boxing and how each network can or will respond when boxing returns. How will Canelo's year play out. What alternatives are there if boxing can't put on shows the way we've had in the past. Which 140 lb fighter can make the transition to 147. Why don't smaller promoters get streaming deals in this era of content and much more.
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Angelo is joined by Fred to discuss whether or not Mikey Garcia's fight with Jessie Vargas was close and what should be next for Mikey. Will he lose to the other top welterweights or can he be competitive despite his size? And what is the best move for his career going forward. Plus, a deep dive on the appeal of the lighter weight classes and why some may gravitate to them. And a big discussion on the trilogy between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder.
Angelo is joined by Tom and Fred (who tries his best to channel Tyson Fury) to discuss last night's big heavyweight showdown. They discuss the volatility of the heavyweight division, what is fascinating about the division, and whether Wilder and Fury are the best pair at heavyweight. They break down the rematch, what to make of Fury's change in trainers, and what can Anthony Joshua do now that Fury has won. It's a wild and heated discussion that veers all over the place. Will Tom eat crow for...
Angelo is joined by Fred and Tom to breakdown this weekend's huge heavyweight rematch between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury. They discuss the changes in Fury's camp, whether there is anything to read into surrounding Wilder's fight with Ortiz, and if we should be concerned about Fury's cut. Plus, a discussion on the business of the fight and how well it can do. They also recap Caleb Plant's win over Vincent Feigenbutz and whether or not they believe that Plant is one of the top guys at 168....
Angelo is joined by Tim Smith, head of communications for PBC for nearly an hour long interview. Angelo ask Tim about a variety of topics ranging from how much control PBC has over FOX's broadcasts, comparing how Wilder-Fury 2 stacks up to other PPVs, why announcing fights takes so long, how TGB wound up as one of the major promoters working with PBC, the split fanbases in boxing social media and more.
Angelo is joined by Fred and Lex to grade Gary Russell's performance and discuss what is actually realistic for the seldom seen fighter. Plus, what was the fuss about Guillermo Rigondeaux and what can be next for Kell Brook. They break down the Wilder-Fury promotion thus far, if Lou Dibella has been embargoed, what happens next for Canelo without Murata, with a little bit about Jon Jones and the Oscars sprinkled in.
Angelo is joined by Tom to discuss Danny Garcia's win over Ivan Redkach and if the win over a southpaw is an indication of what's to come, which fight they want to see, which fight they think is actually next, and if Danny Garcia did well last night. Plus, a discussion on what Jarrett Hurd is, the significant of Top Rank losing out on the Josh Taylor purse bid, the undercard of Wilder-Fury 2, and more.
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Angelo is joined by Lex to break down Julian William's shock upset loss to Jeison Rosario. They discuss PBC's greater intention at 154 and whether it's been more effective than a tournament, whether J-Rock can rebound, and why Angelo picked Rosario to win by KO in the first place. Also, a discussion on Canelo's future and why Andrade isn't getting fights. They break down Eleider Alvarez's future and what will be next for him, discuss if Antonio Brown should be given a platform in boxing, and...
Angelo is joined by Tom to discuss whether or not Jaime Munguia is improving and ready to challenge the top guys, Joe Smith Jr's upset win over Jesse Hart, and the reaction Claressa Shields gets every time she fights. Plus, a look ahead at what lays ahead for Top Rank and their ESPN deal, the future of PPV boxing, FOX's continued investment in PBC, whether YouTube fights will continue, and who might be next to jump ship from their promoter/network.
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Angelo is joined by Fred and Tom to look back at the year. They discuss Canelo's contract situation, the current state of the heavyweight division, the ascendance of Errol Spence, pay-per-view's of the year, commentary in general, writers getting paid by promoters, and much more. Plus they hand out some awards for all the promoters and networks to make things fair.
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Angelo is joined by Tom and Fred to discuss Gervonta Davis's win over Yuriorkis Gamboa. Topics include Tank's performance, fan response, the weigh-in effects, what really happened with Gamboa's foot, and Tank's future. Plus, Jean Pascal and Badou Jack submit their entry for fight of the year, Jose Uzcategui's loss and how it changes perceptions of Caleb Plant, and a discussion on the successes pay-per-view rematches have had in the past and how that pertains to Wilder-Fury 2.
Angelo and Tom tackle a long list of questions from listeners. They discuss how they approach questions about all-time great fighters, how they would run DAZN if given the opportunity, prospects with a bright future, Top Rank and Matchroom taking more fights overseas, Terence Crawford's potential 2020, Floyd Mayweather's popularity, if Naoya Inoue is overrated, and much more. By the way, the episode was recorded before Wilder-Fury 2 was announced. Become a backer for more content over at...
Angelo is joined by Fred and Tom to discuss Jermell Charlo's late stoppage of Tony Harrison. They discuss the stoppage, the judge's scorecards, and if Jermell Charlo is now the #1 super welterweight in the world. Plus, where is his star power at, what could be next, and if pay-per-view is back in the cards. They also discuss the wild fight between Efe Ajagba and Iago Kiladze and Carlos Balderas's shocking upset. Then they break down Danny Jacobs's stoppage (?) of Julio Cesar Chavez Jr and the...
Angelo is joined by Fred to break down Anthony Joshua's decisive victory over Andy Ruiz Jr. They get into what went wrong for Ruiz, how Joshua was able to transform himself, and Joshua's future at the heavyweight division. Plus the whole decision to put the fight in Saudi Arabia.
Angelo is joined by Fred for an in-depth preview of the Anthony Joshua's upcoming rematch with Andy Ruiz Jr. Can Joshua correct his mistakes? Will the weight loss help? Is Joshua broken? Can Ruiz win a decision? Who's power is a bigger factor heading into the rematch? All these questions are asked plus more. Also, Top Rank heading overseas? And Jermall Charlo's title defense against Dennis Hogan.
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Angelo is joined by Fred in an immediate post-fight reaction pod. The guys break down Wilder's win over Luis Ortiz, they discuss if Wilder was getting outboxed or was it all calculated, if it was out of nowhere or not, and Wilder's power in an all-time context. Plus, They compare this KO to Wilder's previous highlights, FOX's promotion, the ticket sale controversy, Luis Ortiz's future and more.
Angelo is back with Tom to go in-depth to preview the Wilder-Ortiz pay-per-view rematch. Is this the best matchup for Wilder? Is this the most competitive heavyweight fight among titleholders? Who is under the most pressure in the main event? And what are our predictions for buys, attendance, and more. Plus, we discuss the undercard, Callum Smith's return, and the next Manny Pacquiao fight.
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Angelo is joined by Tom for a jam packed episode breaking down Canelo's huge win over Sergey Kovalev. Angelo and Tom break down how it happened, how much credit Canelo deserves, and what could possibly be next for Canelo now that he's taken Sergey Kovalev out and made a statement at 175. Plus, a discussion on DAZN's decision to wait for the UFC fight to finish before airing the main event. Also, Ryan Garcia's knockout, Miguel Berchelt's stoppage over Jason Sosa, and Brian Castano's future at...
Angelo is joined once again by Fred and Tom to break down the jam packed weekend. First they discuss Josh Taylor's big win over Regis Prograis. They discuss why they believe Taylor was able to get the win, whether things are over for Prograis, and the what the future holds for new unified super lightweight champion Josh Taylor. Plus, how did Shakur Stevenson look, was there anything to learn from his win over Joet Gonzalez, and if Stevenson can be great. Plus, a deep dive on the latest drug...
Angelo is joined by Tom and Fred to break down the big win Artur Beterbiev scored over Oleksandr Gvozdyk. They debate how much credit Beterbiev deserves, they examine where things went wrong for Gvozdyk, and who now is the best at 175 lbs. Plus, a look at perhaps a future Terence Crawford opponent, Crawford's official next fight, Gervonta Davis possibly fighting in Atlanta, the DAZN heavyweight stable, and the big showdown this weekend between Josh Taylor and Regis Prograis. Plus Shakur...
Angelo is joined by Tom to discuss the events from the past week. Errol Spence was in a car accident and they break down what we know, what we don't, what might have happened, what happens to the boxing world, and which celebrity accident does it compare to. Plus, a breakdown of Usyk's heavyweight debut, why Dmitry Bivol is a high risk low reward fighter, and the upcoming unification between Oleksandr Gvozdyk and Artur Beterbiev. Plus a whole bunch more.
Angelo is joined by Fred to go deep on what happened on Saturday night with Gennadiy Golovkin. Has Golovkin finally shown some signs of aging or was everyone sleeping on Sergiy Derevyanchenko including Golovkin. Plus, the incident with Claressa Shields and the way it was covered, Tyson Fury's WWE angle, and potential that Andy Ruiz Jr may be stripped by the IBF before he can get to his rematch with Anthony Joshua. All of this and more.
Angelo is joined by Tom and Fred for a breakdown of last night's pay-per-view. They discuss how the fight managed to be so entertaining, the punishment both guys took, the decision by FOX & PBC to go with Danny Garcia next, and the next chapter for Shawn Porter. Plus, a conversation about complaining, whether or not David Benavidez is the real deal, Mario Barrios's loss in victory, and much more.
Angelo is joined by Fred and Tom for a big preview of the upcoming pay-per-view. They discuss the justification for why or why not this fight should be on pay-per-view, how much people know about what success means in pay-per-view terms, where Spence stands historically in his quest to become the biggest draw in boxing, and more. Plus a breakdown of the undercard and more. Plus, a wild finish on the topic of what you see or don't see at weigh-ins.