Marvelous Marvin Hagler and Tommy ‘The Hitman’ Hearns met in April 1985 for two and a half of the most explosive rounds in boxing history. Former world middleweight champion Andy Lee, who later trained in the famous Kronk gym with Hearns’ trainer Emmanuel Steward, watches along with Mike and Steve and remembers the legacy this fight left in Detroit.
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54:11After George Kambosos stunningly beat Teofimo Lopez to claim three of the lightweight world titles, the Australian joins the podcast to break down his victory and his plans for the future. Former middleweight world champion, now trainer Andy Lee joins Steve to react to Kambosos v Lopez and the news that long-time rivals Amir Khan and Kell Brook will finally fight early next year. Finally, Lyndon Arthur joins the podcast ahead of his light heavyweight rematch against Anthony Yarde.
Crawford impresses, Josh Taylor’s welterweight future & Teofimo’s back
1:03:07After Terence Crawford stopped Shawn Porter in the tenth round of their unified welterweight title fight, where does the American pound-for-pound star go next? ESPN’s Mark Kriegel joins Steve to discuss the potential for Crawford to fight a long-awaited unification with Errol Spence, or Scotland’s Josh Taylor. Then, Teofimo Lopez and George Kambosos join the podcast ahead of their lightweight title fight this coming weekend.
Stunning defeats for Galahad and Harper
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Canelo makes history, Galahad’s title defence & Planet Joshua
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Cameron wins in style, plus the fights that made Canelo
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Greatest Fights - The Thrilla in Manila (Ali v Frazier 3) with Gene Kilroy
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Greatest Fights: Corrales v Castillo with Joe Goossen
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Greatest Fights: Benn v Eubank with Richie Woodhall
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The man who shot Muhammad Ali
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Greatest Fights - Hagler v Hearns with Andy Lee
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