Spence and Taylor dominate, Charlie Edwards, and UFC lessons
There were strong performances over the weekend from Errol Spence jr, who shut out Mikey Garcia; Katie Taylor, who added another world title to her flawless professional record; and Luke Campbell, who joins the podcast following his win over Adrian Yung. It was a different kind of fight night on Saturday, though, for Mike and Steve - they watched the UFC in London, and picked up some ideas for what the sport of boxing can learn from their set up.
This coming weekend, Charlie Edwards is back in the ring making the first defence of the WBC flyweight title he won on an emotional night in London just before Christmas. As an amateur teammate of Anthony Joshua, do fighters like Edwards at the lighter end of the scale get the attention they deserve?
Ogogo retires; Lewis v Holyfield 20 years later; Paulie v Conor bare-knuckle?!
London 2012 Olympic bronze medallist Anthony Ogogo opens up on the devastating run of injuries that have forced him to retire from boxing at age 30. There's analysis of Daniel Dubois and Anthony Yarde's wins last Friday night at the Royal Albert Hall, and a look ahead to what could be the fight of the year so far - Errol Spence jr v Mikey Garcia. Then, former two-weight world champion Paulie Malignaggi joins the pod to explain why he's decided to join a bare-knuckle boxing promotion at age 37 - with the hope of luring UFC megastar Conor McGregor into a grudge match.
Finally, Mike and Steve look back on the controversial draw between Lennox Lewis and Evander Holyfield, which took place in New York City 20 years ago this week.
Big Baby thinks Josh is too 'posh'
Anthony Joshua's next opponent Jarrell 'Big Baby' Miller joins the podcast to talk about his background, what he makes of Joshua's public image, and how he's going to use his weight to his advantage when they fight in New York on 1st June. Also, reflections on James DeGale's retirement from boxing following his defeat to Chris Eubank jr, and Mike and Steve take a trip down memory lane as boxing returns to the Royal Albert Hall this Friday night with a bill headlined by Daniel Dubois and Anthony Yarde.
AJ talks Miller; Eubank Jr finally delivers
Anthony Joshua joins the podcast following his press conference with Jarrell Miller to talk fighting in New York, breaking America and why he thinks the fights against Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury will happen. Mike and Steve also speak to Chris Eubank Jr after his dominant win over James DeGale, analyse the fight and ask where next for both men.
AJ & Josh Warrington look to America
With confirmation that Anthony Joshua will fight Jarrell Miller in the States not far away, Eddie Hearn joins the podcast to talk about a frustrating period for the WBA, IBF and WBO champion since beating Alexander Povetkin last September. Mike and Steve discuss the difference in how Joshua has conducted his career in comparison with Great Britain's previous Olympic super heavyweight gold medallist Audley Harrison. Then, Josh Warrington calls in to talk about his upcoming fight with Kid Galahad, the change in his status since beating Carl Frampton, and his hopes for the rest of the year.