There's not much that can be said about Muhammad Ali that you or someone else hasn't already said, so Andrew is going to talk about him as only he can by looking at his life and times and the impact they had on him. If you would like to read what Ali meant to Justin, read his post submitted to The Retroist.
Believe it or not, our host hasn't spent the entire time between episodes in line Stan Lee's autograph. Andrew gives his thoughts on some fights from the past few weeks including Berto vs Ortiz II, Khan vs Canelo and whether or not he think a fight between Canelo Alvarez or Gennady Golovkin will take place this year or not.
Andrew has a strict warning for any UFC fighters who keep bringing up Floyd Mayweather. Roy Jones Junior has an opponent for his exhibition in less than two weeks, but questions remain to be answered. All that plus more!
Boxing writer Andrew Schweitzer discusses some of the news, drama and even gossip going on lately in the professional boxing scene including Roy Jones Jr. & a reality TV contest, Manny Pacquiao pissing-off a vocal group of people, and Bernard Hopkins wants another fight with arguably the best fighter out there... And Looney Tunes! *contest mentioned in the episode does not exist*
Andrew examines Sergey Kovalev's not-so-shocking victory over Jean Pascal in their rematch and also examines some bizarre behavior during the post-fight interview. And speaking of bizarre, have you heard about Saul Canelo versus Amir Khan? Obviously you have, but listen to what Andrew has to say about it.
Also: Andrew has a special challenge to listeners of this podcast to help him come up with the perfect parody song. Listen for details!
Andrew returns from his self-imposed hiatus and reports on the growing excitement in the heavyweight division. There's also a fire building in the welterweight division, but what does Andrew want these fighters to stop doing? Is Andrew excited about Manny Pacquiao vs Tim Bradley for the third time? Listen and find out.
Andrew brings you his final podcast ever...of 2015. He goes over Wladimir Klitschko's shocking loss to Tyson Fury; Daniel Jacobs quick work over Peter Quillin and reviews Creed. And if you haven't seen this film, Andrew SPOILS it, gives away the ENTIRE plot and ending. So fair warning. Oh and do you need some last minute shopping tips? Andrew's got your back.
Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez took a big step forward by defeating Miguel Cotto, but could he be taking two steps back trying to make a fight with Gennady Golovkin aka GGG? Why is Oscar de la Hoya going back on his word? Tyson Fury challenges Wladimir Klitschko this weekend, who is Andrew picking?