Filmed during fight week before Wilder Fury, here is a grouping of the fight week conversations with cornermen Mark Breland and Sugarhill Lewis, legends like George Foreman and Bob Arum, and more! Also in this bonus episode is kicked off by David Benavidez's trainer/father, Jose Benavidez.
Part 2 of Everlast Talkbox. Gene Kilroy is on the line and he was the former trainer to Muhammad Ali. We get his perspective on the Wilder Fury fight as he compares Wilder's first loss to the late great Muhammad Ali's first loss.
Joet Gonzalez is back on the show! Woodsy got to know him more his last fight with Shakur. Now Joet gives us an update on a new fight coming up for him and the mentality to get back on the title hunt.
Ron Borges is next and he shares a bit of his take on the Wilder Fury card, and 12-0 prospect, Jamaine Ortiz, calls in to give us the scoop that he's a name to watch.
LETS GO CHAMP! Everlast Talkbox podcast with episode 199 on deck for you. Leading off the pod is Top Rank leader, Bob Arum. He talks possible matchups for Terence Bud Crawford and also recaps for us the big weekend in Las Vegas.
Teofimo Lopez is next, and he talks his upcoming bout with Lomachenko. Hear from Teo's point of view of #theTakeover.
Last but not least, Lets Go Champ CEO and two-time heavyweight champ, Shannon Briggs is in studio. Catch up with Shannon, who's fighting in BKFC soon and more.
Micky Ward! The Fighting Pride of Lowell is joining Woodsy on today's podcast. Micky gives us a bit of what he went through in the legendary Gatti-Ward fights and then shares his thoughts on the sport of boxing today.
Jerry Capobianco is the head trainer to Joe Smith and is next on the pod. He talks possible opponents for his fighter and tries to make sense of the championship title picture at the Light Heavyweight division.
Psychiatrist and Doctor, Johnny Lops, closes the show. Him and Woodsy talk white collar boxing and the preparation, aftermath, and conclusion of his journey into the ring.
Talkbox comes back and so is Jarrett Hurd! Jarrett is the former unified junior middleweight champ and he talks about his new approach and recent outing against Fransisco Santana.
Malik Hawkins is next, and he's a Baltimore fighter headlining his first ShoBox card. He gives us plenty of reasons to keep an eye out for his Showtime card and his journey from prospect to contendership status.
Ken Casey combines the classic DropKick Murphys and boxing for us on the pod, and Kyle Sarofeen gives us an insight so some great reading every boxing fan should have.