Talkbox brings you Woodsy and Bob Arum this week! They get into a bit of everything as the legendary promoter and Woodsy talk politics, Deontay Wilder, and some upcoming fight cards.
Next up is bantamweight contender, Elton Dharry. Dharry is coming off of a very close loss for a world title, and he shares a little bit of how he is doing afterwards. He promotes his own shoes and shares his road to being a world title holder.
Army veteran and boxing connoisseur, Augustus Tyler phones in and is up third. He shares how the Army days were the best days of how life and how boxing was a part of it all.
Closing out the show is amateur standout, Charlie Sheehy. Despite the holidays, Charlie is still getting ready for the Olympic trials and has some key wins over current pros like Vergil Ortiz. Be sure to add him to your watch list for 2020 and beyond.
Part 2 of a stacked Talkbox podcast card kicks things off with Dennis Hogan. Dennis is fighting Charlo for the WBC Middleweight belt. He'll share how his camp is going in Florida and moving on from the controversial loss with Munguia.
Abe Gonzalez is a contributor for NYFights.com. He's the man to listen to when it comes to up and coming prospects. Hear who's on his radar for 2019 and beyond.
Marc Abrams is an announcer and PR man in the boxing world. Hear his conversation with Woodsy on how the game has changed and how he helps the fight game.
Last up, voice of the Washington Wizards, Mark Fratto, closes the show. There's a few cards coming up for Facebook Fight Night Live, and Mark is here to bring free boxing shows to the people.
Talkbox! Is back at you with Michael Woods. First up on the show is CEO of Mayweather promotions, Leonard Ellerbe. Leonard gives his two cents on the Wilder-Ortiz rematch and how his top fighter, Gervonta Davis, is doing leading up to his big Atlanta show.
Next up, The Ring Magazine contributor, Vladimir Lik, is able to interpret and share his insight on the Russian audio of Sergey Kovalev.
Match maker, Ron Katz, joins Woodsy to talk a little politics. But more importantly, we get a Hall of Famer's perspective on some of the fights coming up.
Finally, founder of Break Media, Jay Chaudry, joins the show as he has a few strong opinions on how fighters are currently being promoted.
This is just part one of a stacked card! And is now live!
Talkbox with a new first in its four year existence!
Michael Woods has a face off for two fighters with a scheduled rematch happening soon. It is Johnny Hernandez and Danny Gonzalez talking about their fight, history, and preparations to settle their beef once and for all. A bit of tension in the room, and Woodsy tries his best to manage these two hungry contenders.
Longtime promoter and Jersey native, Kathy Duva, phones in next. Kathy is CEO of Main Events Promotions and shares her perspective on her fighter, Sergey Kovalev. She even shares with us what Sergey told her in the ring about his future in the fight game.
Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship is still alive and well! CEO of the promotion, David Feldman phones in to talk upcoming fight cards and Paulie Malignaggi???
Jim Boone runs KO tickets and shares his forecast on the boxing industry from a tickets perspective. Some good information on how Canelo and Logan Paul businesses differ.
Last but certainly not least, Latavia Roberson phones in to the podcast. Latavia is a former member of hit group, Destiny's Child, and she shares what made her go into the boxing world as a manager.
Ton's of variety, a little bit of heat, and more on this week's Everlast Talkbox!
Talkbox is back at ya! Two champions and a hard hitting journalist for this A grade podcast.
Current junior lightweight champion and Marine veteran, Jamel Herring, joins us in the midst of fight week to talk his title defense. He fights this Saturday and defends his WBO title.
Fellow champion and current employee at the California Gas Company, Andrew Cancio, joins us next! He also makes a title defense soon on the DAZN platform. Hear from the champ as he takes a break from the day job. Who he wants next, what his camps are like, and more!
Finally, ESPN Magazine writer and author, Shaun Assael joins us to close the show. His most recent project focuses on Sonny Liston and what future lessons we can learn from the past of one of boxing's infamous character.
It's all that and then some right here on Talkbox!