Talkbox is back at on this Tuesday! Starting off the show is trainer, former world champ, and Hall of Famer, Buddy McGirt. Buddy talks about being newly inducted and looks back on his career.
Sports Illustrated writer and fellow podcaster, Chris Mannix, joins the show. He'll give his two cents on the Canelo Jacobs fight, Big Baby's suspension, and everything else going on in the boxing world.
If you missed the potential knock out of the year submission made by Nonito Donaire, Youtube it and check out the next guest. Nonito himself joins us as he's taking time off after that fight. He takes us through the knockout and also shares who he wants next.
New school sports marketer and award winner, Jay Chaudry his clean up. He has won some awards for boosting the marketing profiles for boxers and shares why some new school thinking is needed for these pugilists. Gina Andriolo is heralded as the real bosswoman behind the scenes by Woodsy. She'll talk about the Boxing Writers Association of America and the big dinner they are having soon in NYC. Check it out! Talkbox is now 158 episodes in and live.
TalkBox Tuesday coming at you again. The A-side for today is Sho Sports director Stephen Espinoza. Woodsy is pumped as they talk about all things in and outside of the ring.
Stockton fighter/Top Rank prospect, Gabriel Flores joins the show. Woodsy tries to pry out what type of fighter Gabriel is as he is set to put on a show on ESPN and in his hometown.
Former kickboxing legend and Professional Fight League executive, Ray Sefo is on board. He phones in to talk all things PFL and gives a background just in case you forgot who he was. You can catch the PFL as they are hosted on ESPN as well.
Last but not least, for all you hardcore fans, Alonzo from the Boxing Fan Expo is on the call. He shares a few secrets, like who will appear at the expo. Definitely stick around and check out what he has in store for the Boxing Fan Expo
One, two, three, four, five, six, SEVEN guests today on Talkbox! Woodsy was on the phone all day to bring you a solid card of interviews on this podcasting hour. First off, we get to hear how Shotime caster, Al Bernstein, has been doing in the boxing world and how his world is after he beat cancer.
Former world champ and subject of the movie Bleed for This, Vinny Pazienza is next, and he's got some crazy stories from his life, along with his journey to eventually being in the Boxing Hall of Fame.
Longtime Light Heavyweight contender, Sean Monoghan, recently announced his retirement via social media. We get to look back on his career with him and share how he will enjoy riding off to the sunset.
Batting cleanup is Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship promoter, David Feldman. Not only did he put on the Lobov-Knight card, but he is going to share with us some details as to where the possible Lobov-Malignaggi fight will take place.
Something different for number five, we have ESPN Insider, Johnny Wilds, on to share his perspective on the betting world and its odds in boxing. Randy Gordon, former commissioner and now author of his new book, Glove Affair, gives a quick rift on his new book. Dmitry Salita closes out the show, sharing his thoughts on the fighters in his stable. Included in that stable are Claressa Shields, Jarrell Miller, Jermaine Franklin, and Ja'Rico O'Quinn.
Talkbox Tuesday back at you with a loaded lineup. Peter Quillin phones in. He's been up to a lot after having another daughter recently. The proud new father is also fighting an IBF title eliminator this weekend against Caleb Traux.
Frank Galarza joins us live in studio to talk all things boxing and non-boxing. He talks about being the B-side and being the Brooklyn Rocky throughout his career. Frank headlines the Crawford-Khan preliminary card on 4/20, and you can catch it live on ESPN 2.
Legendary promoter Bob Arum has some things to say! He's promoting the fabulous lineup of cards he has coming up on ESPN+, along with some political commentary he shares when himself and Woodsy share their conversation.
Caleb Traux, fighting against Peter Quillin, is hoping to excite in his hometown this weekend! And Shawn Simpson is ready to make a statement on that card as well!
Tons of boxing and nonboxing content from the best in the business. Talkbox episode 155 live now!
Part two of the stacked Talkbox podcast. We have heavyweight prospect, Mike Hunter. Mike is a dark horse in the heavyweight division, being 16-1, and he shares why he is a force to be reckoned with. He may be the best heavyweight you haven’t heard of yet. Definitely tune in for this one!
Next up is part two of Art Lovely’s conversation with Woodsy. He shares good stories involving a hall of fame football coach, and continues to share the sports wisdom he has.
Finally rounding out this episode of Talkbox is reporter from the RingTv, Cynthia Conte share with Woodsy on what to learn from the Pulev/Sushe kiss incident. We’ll get to hear from another female where she feels Pulev and the reporter might have went wrong.
Talkbox episode has some personality for you! One might say too much since we cut it into two. In part one, we have Artem Lobov and Davis Feldman promoting the big move to Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship. Artem shows off just a smidge of personality while Davis shares big plans for the promotion.
The podcast goes from 0 to 100 and then back to a calming tone with the great Art Lovely joining the podcast! What still excites the soon to be 91 year old friend of the podcast? Listen in and soak up some wisdom from this insightful conversation.
Last, but not least, in part one of this episode is 9-0 female fighter out of Mexico, Sulem Urbina. Sulem has some good answers for Mike when asked about the pressures women have in fighting and also gives an update of what promising land her career is headed towards.