Talkbox is here and not going anywhere! Woodsy and Heather Hardy talk all things New York, Covid-19, its impact, and more via the magical skype. Be sure to keep an eye out for more content on its way for Talkbox in the coming weeks as well.
Talkbox Quarantine edition! No one in studio, but Woodsy still brings it with Art Lovely over the phone. At 91 years young, Art shares some wisdom and still talks boxing.
Breadman is up next. He's the trainer to Julian Williams. Always full of wisdom as well, he talks Deontay mentality and other things boxing.
Talkbox back after turning 200 episodes old. Chief editor of The Ring magazine, Doug Fischer, starts the new era. Him and Woodsy talk horror stories in transportation, Fury glove conspiracy, and future of the sport.
Kathy Duva is up next. She is the CEO of Main Event Promotions and worried about the coronavirus. Her and Woodsy talk Sergey "Krusher" Kovalev and some other prospects coming up the pipeline for them.
Last but not least, Ali Watkins from the NY Times phones in. She talks about her new piece "How New York City Lost Boxing".
Talkbox turns 200 today! And leading off the podcast is the 200+ weight class, heavyweight star in the making, Adam Kownacki. Adam talks strategy and selling out the arena for his upcoming show in Brooklyn, NY.
Next up is the son of a legend, Young Holy, Evan Holyfield. He talks about writing a book and coming up as a prospect that was the son on of a legend.
Lamont Roach catches up with us third. He'll talk about the comeback fight he has coming up soon.
Terence Crawford's head trainer, BoMac, talks all things his fighter. When are we going to see Terence in the ring and talk about the always desired Crawford-Spence dream fight.
Finally, Rafe Bartholomew talk about everything! From good food, to living in Detroit, to of course, boxing.