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Angelo is joined by Lex to break down the huge news that Gervonta Davis and Ryan Garcia have agreed to fight. They discuss how big the fight will be, who wins, and what the undercard might look like. Support the podcast over at patreon.com/sundaypuncher. Get access to the exclusive chat and more podcasts for as low as $1.
Angelo is joined by Lex to break down a packed weekend of boxing. They discuss the return of Vasiliy Lomachenko and question how good he looked and the scorecards from the fight, Jake Paul's win over Anderson Silva and if we've reached the end of celebrity boxing, and a look into what Ryan Garcia's tweets meant for making the fight with Gervonta Davis. Plus, an update on the breakdown of Spence vs Crawford and what we know about Crawford's next move and more. Get access to our exclusive chat and additional podcasts over at patreon.com/sundaypuncher. Membership starts as low as $1.
Angelo is joined by Lex and MVO for a heavy cope session. The guys talk about whether this situation was predictable, who is to blame, and where each guy goes from here. Plus, some quotes from Errol Spence, information about this new streaming service that has seemingly come from nowhere, and more.
Angelo is joined by Deuce Rollins to break down Deontay Wilder's big victory over Robert Helenius. How did Deontay look following the Fury fights, what's next for him, and what might be the easiest path forward? Plus, a discussion on Shields-Marshall, Deuce gets 2 minutes of copium for Mayer-Baumgarner, a recounting of Conor Benn's failed drug test, and the shocking KO victory from Caleb Plant. Get access to more podcasts and our exclusive chat over at patreon.com/sundaypuncher
Angelo is joined by Lex to break down the saga of Conor Benn failing a PED test and the shameful actions that followed by those involved in the event. Plus, Deontay Wilder will make his return to the ring and there are big questions looming over what the former champion has left, can Caleb Plant and Anthony Dirrell not get into any scuffle before Saturday night, will George Kambosos reverse his fate, and do we finally have some confirmation around Gervonta Davis and Ryan Garcia fighting? All these questions answered and more on this week's episode. Sign up for our patreon to get access to bonus podcast episodes and our exclusive chat.
Angelo is joined by Lex to discuss the upcoming Conor Benn and Chris Eubank Jr PPV. Is this going to be the latest entry in the dares to be great category or something else? Plus, what version of Sebastian Fundora will we get and what's the latest on Spence-Crawford. To get more pods and access to our exclusive chat head over patreon.com/sundaypuncher and join for as low as $1 a month.
Angelo is joined by Lex to break down Canelo Alvarez's decision victory over Gennadiy Golovkin. How did they look, what could be next for both guys, and are either of them at the end of the rope with their careers? Plus, should we Spence-Crawford this fall? Get access to more pods and our exclusive chat for a buck over at patreon.com/sundaypuncher
Angelo and Lex recap the delay for Shields-Marshall, discuss whether Deontay Wilder is overlooking Robert Helenius, the heavyweight landscape, Chris Eubank Sr apparently pulling his son out of his fight with Conor Benn, and of course the upcoming showdown between Canelo Alvarez and Gennadiy Golovkin. Get access to more podcast episodes and our exclusive chat over at patreon.com/sundaypuncher
Angelo is joined by Lex to discuss the fallout from Andy Ruiz Jr vs Luis Ortiz. They talk about Andy's adjustments in the fight, Ruiz's display of power, and what might be next for Ruiz. Plus, a full breakdown of the undercard including Isaac Cruz's emerging star and the war between Rayo Valenzuela and Edwin De Los Santos that ultimately resulted in an upset. Plus a look forward toward Claressa Shields vs Savannah Marshall.
This week it's a unique setup. First, Angelo is joined by none other than the voice of this weekends heavyweight showdown as Corey Erdman joins the pod for a breakdown/interview of the events on Saturday. When did he notice things change in the fight, what exactly changed, Joshua's adjustments, and of course the unhinged behavior from Joshua in the wake of his defeat. Then Lex comes on for discussion on what exactly drove Joshua's post-fight antics, a breakdown of the Showtime card and more. Get access to more content and our exclusive chat over at patreon.com/sundaypuncher
Angelo is joined by Deuce to review Vergil Ortiz's victory over Michael McKinson and where Ortiz should be going from here. Plus, Blair Cobbs gets back in the win column and might he be moving toward a fight with Blair Cobbs? Plus, what is going on with the Usyk-Joshua rematch in America, why is Ring City being sued yet again, and of course, should we be excited about the recent developments around Spence-Crawford. Get access to more podcasts and our exclusive chat over at patreon.com/sundaypuncher
Angelo is joined by Lex and Tim Boxeo to break down the return of Danny Garcia. How did he look in his first fight at 154? Where should he go next? And what is the most logical outcome for how the 154 lb division shakes out. Plus, a review of the undercard including the questionable stoppage in the Gary Antuanne fight, Jake Paul's fight is off, and a preview of what's to come next week.
Angelo is joined by Lex as they get serious about Gabriel Flores and where his career currently sits. They discuss whether he turned pro too early and what could possibly be next to salvage his career. Plus, the logical next step for Isaac Dogboe, Shakur Stevenson's homecoming fight with Robson Conceicao, the power of promotion when it comes to the perception of a big fight, and much more. Get more content and access to our exclusive chat over at patreon.com/sundaypuncher
Angelo welcomes back MVO back to the podcast to break down Ryan Garcia's victory over Javier Fortuna. Garcia was impressive enough, but was it enough to put him on equal ground with Gervonta Davis and the rest of the other lightweights. Plus, they discuss whether or not Tank will indeed by Ryan's next fight? Plus, a quick look at the undercard, looking forward, and catching up with what's happened in the world of boxing since we last heard from MVO. Get access to our patreon which has more pods and our exclusive chat over at patreon.com/sundaypuncher
Angelo is joined by Lex to give out some awards for the first half of 2022. They look back at memorable fights and moments, and give out a slew of awards. They look back at forgotten moments that have made up a thus far very strong year. Give out your awards to the crew by signing up at patreon.com/sundaypuncher and get in for as low as 1 dollar.
After a brief hiatus Angelo is back with Deuce and Lex to get hyped about the upcoming fights, reflect on boxing's lull, and question where Dereck Chisora currently is on his journey as a fighter and whether he should still be fighting. Plus, a look at the upcoming schedule, remarks about Anthony Joshua's current TV deal, and more. Support this how and join our patreon to get more content and access to our chat over at patreon.com/sundaypuncher
Angelo is joined by Tom to break down his experience being at the star studded Gervonta Davis vs Rolly Romero pay-per-view. They discuss the stoppage, how Rolly looked in defeat, and what will be next for Tank. Plus, Anthony Joshua finally decides on a trainer, Devin Haney will challenge George Kambosos for his 3 titles, and Stephen Fulton meets hardcore fan favorite Danny Roman in a packed coming weekend. Get access to our chat and additional pods over at patreon.com/sundaypuncher
Angelo is joined by Deuce Rollins to look back at David Benavidez's performance against David Lemieux and where he realistically goes next and then talk about Janibek's destruction over a fighter who had no business being in the ring with him. Plus, Canelo's next fight is announced and why they did it, Golden Boy's new deal, and Gervonta Davis's fight with Rolly Romero and the power of confidence in promotion. Get access to more podcasts, our exclusive chat and more over at patreon.com/sundaypuncher
Angelo is joined by Deuce Rollins (@rangerrollins) to discuss Jermell Charlo's devastating victory over Brian Castano to unify all 4 titles in the super welterweight division. They discuss adjustments that were made, Charlo's next move, and the entire super welterweight journey we've been on over the past several years. Plus, a full breakdown of the tricks the sanctioning bodies are trying to pull and how the WBA continues to make zero sense even in their pursuit of not making a mockery of themselves. And a full preview of this week's fights including a fight taking place in a Drug and Alcohol rehab center, the return of David Benavidez, and why Jamel Herring is fighting on an undercard. Get access to more content or just support the show over at patreon.com/sundaypuncher
We bring our patreon exclusive post-fight reaction pod to the main feed. Angelo is joined by Lex to try to make sense of Canelo's loss to Dmitry Bivol. Head over to patreon and sign up to get access to pod's like this and much more for as low as 1 dollar.
Angelo is joined by Deuce aka Ranger Rollins to discuss a big weekend of boxing. They talk about Katie Taylor and Amanda Serrano's fight and whether the judges got the right cards. Then they break down Shakur Stevenson's dominant victory over Oscar Valdez. Was there anything Valdez could've done and where the two fighters go from here. Plus, a preview of Canelo vs Bivol. Head over to patreon.com/sundaypuncher to become a backer and get access to more pods and our chat.
Angelo is joined by Lex to discuss Tyson Fury's victory over Dillian Whyte. They look at the whole heavyweight landscape, the end of an era, whether Fury will fight again, Fury potentially meeting UFC champion Francis Ngannou, and of course assess the tactical decision of Team Whyte to come out as a southpaw. Get more pods over at patreon.com/sundaypuncher
The boys are back. Angelo is joined by Lex to break down a big week of boxing and preview the most significant card of the year thus far. They discuss Fundora's exciting victory over Erickson Lubin and the future for both fighters, whether Ryan Garcia is showing improvement, and whether or not Gennadiy Golovkin should turn his attention to a third fight with Canelo. Plus, is Yordenis Ugas a legitimate threat to Errol Spence, why Butaev vs Stanionis might be a banger, and how Isaac Cruz matches up with Yuriorkis Gamboa. Support the pod and get more content over at patreon.com/sundaypuncher
Angelo is joined this week by BoxingScene's Corey Erdman. Angelo and Corey discuss Josh Taylor's 'victory' of Jack Catterall and discuss whether the judges or officiating was worse. They discuss external circumstances that might have led to the judges verdicts and whether corruption could be at play. Plus, a breakdown of Chris Colbert's unexpected defeat, the Gary Antuanne Russell's stoppage over Viktor Postol, the end of Jerwin Ancajas's reign, and more. A conversation around Canelo's future and who he should fight, the WBA's move to sanction Russian boxers... technically, and the upcoming Roman Gonzalez vs Julio Cesar Martinez showdown. Get access to more pods and our exclusive chat at patreon.com/sundaypuncher
Angelo is joined by Babs to break down, celebrate, and mourn the Khan-Brook showdown. They go through the history, Babs's history as a Khan fan, and how Brook was able to pull off the win. Plus, a general conversation on the state of British boxing, Eddie Hearn's failure to make Khan-Brook, and the amplification by Sky Sports of boxing. Plus, Canelo dunks on a writer, Charlo-Castano in trouble, and an unfortunate porter. Also the return of Chris Colbert and a big time high stakes matchup for top prospect Gary Antuanne Russell. Become a backer and get access to our exclusive chat and more pods at patreon.com/sundaypuncher
Angelo is joined by Tom for a full breakdown of the week's action. They evaluate if Keith Thurman has returned to his old self, Jesus Ramos's standing in the prospect landscape, Luis Nery's return, and Chris Eubank's future at middleweight. Plus, the Charlo-Castano undisputed title rematch is on with a surprising undercard, DAZN's failure to acquire BT Sport and Danny Jacobs's ring return. Get access to more content and our exclusive chat at patreon.com/sundaypuncher
Angelo is joined by Lex to discuss Robson Conceicao's victory over Xavier Martinez, the Tyson Fury-Dillian Whyte purse bid, whether they believe Shakur Stevenson and Oscar Valdez will actually happen, and the big showdown between Amanda Serrano and Katie Taylor. Plus a preview of Carlos Cuadras vs Bam Rodriguez, Claressa Shields's return to the ring, and the Keith Thurman vs Mario Barrios pay-per-view. Join our patreon and get more content over at patreon.com/sundaypuncher
Angelo is joined by Tom to break down Mark Magsayo's upset victory over Gary Russell Jr. Plus, a conversation on what lies ahead for Subriel Matias, whether Anthony Joshua will give up his rematch with Oleksandr Usyk, and much more. Get more content and access to our chat at patreon.com/sundaypuncher
After a brief hiatus, the show is back. Angelo is joined by Lex to break down Terence Crawford's lawsuit against Top Rank and the allegations of racial discrimination against Bob Arum. Plus, they look at what Canelo's next move might be, the rumored Shakur Stevenson and Oscar Valdez fight, and the return of Gary Russell Jr after 2 years off.
Angelo is joined by Tom for a look at Jake Paul's explosive knockout over Tyron Woodley. They ask if it's the knockout of the year and what the end game is for the YouTuber in the sport of boxing. Then, Artur Beterbiev's win over Marcus Browne and what it says about his standing at 175, prospect David Morrell turns in another dominant performance, and Gilberto Ramirez returns with an up-and-down performance against Yunieski Gonzalez. Plus, Errol Spence going into a unification with Yordenis Ugas with no tuneups. Is this the right move? Get more content over at patreon.com/sundaypuncher
Angelo is joined by Lex to break down the jam packed weekend of boxing. They look at where Lomachenko belongs in the conversation of top lightweights, Nonito Donaire's win and how it effects the bantamweight division, whether Dmitry Bivol has earned a shout at Canelo, and who the MVP of the weekend was. Plus, interesting prospects, Keith Thurman's return and more. Get access to our chat and more pods over at patreon.com/sundaypuncher
Angelo is joined by Lex and Boxrec Grey to breakdown the packed weekend of fights. They discuss Gervonta Davis's decision victory over Isaac Cruz and whether Tank met expectations, how the hand injury effected the fight, and whether Cruz was slept on prior to the fight. Plus, a full breakdown of the undercard including what's next for Sebastian Fundora, the war between Derevyanchenko and Adames, and a discussion around Devin Haney's victory over Jo Jo Diaz and where he stands amongst the lightweight division. Then they preview what might be the busiest weekend of boxing all in years. Vasily Lomachenko returns against hard hitting Richard Commey, Nonito Donaire on upset alert, Dmitry Bivol back in action, and much more. Sign up for our patreon to get access to our exclusive chat and extra pods over at patreon.com/sundaypuncher
Angelo is joined by Lex and Tom to break down a highly entertaining weekend of boxing. They get into where things went wrong for Teofimo Lopez, how their opinion of Lomachenko has changed, and what is next for George Kambosos. Then they discuss the Brandon Figueroa vs Stephen Fulton unification and look at whether the cards were right, whether or not we will see a rematch and more. Plus, a preview of Gervonta Davis's upcoming pay-per-view showdown with Isaac Cruz and more. Join us at patreon.com/sundaypuncher for more content and access to our exclusive chat
Angelo is joined by Lex to break down the weekend of action. Were they impressed by what they saw from David Benavidez, how Munguia avoided the upset against Rosado, and more talk about Canelo's win over Caleb Plant and his future. Plus, a preview of Crawford vs Porter as the two look at how this one might play out and who they're taking. (Also addressing the rumors around the fight.) Join us at patreon.com/sundaypuncher to get access to more pods and our exclusive chat.
Angelo (@realRollingPin) is joined by Corey Erdman (@corey_erdman) of BoxingScene and ESPN (amongst others) to break down the huge undisputed showdown between Canelo Alvarez and Caleb Plant. They discuss expectations vs what actually played out, where Caleb Plant had success, and how the knockdown happened. Plus, the magnitude of the event, the future for Canelo and Caleb Plant, a full undercard breakdown, and a preview of Jaime Munguia vs Gabriel Rosado and David Benavidez vs Kyrone Davis. Follow @realRollingPin and @corey_erdman on Twitter. Read Corey's latest piece https://www.boxingscene.com/canelo-stamps-his-legacy-with-undisputed-super-middleweight-crown--161855 Get access to more content at patreon.com/sundaypuncher. Additional pods and our exclusive chat for as low as $1 dollar!
Angelo is joined by Lex to round up a very fun weekend of boxing. Radzhab Butaev captured the WBA welterweight title from Jamal James in an action fight, Michel Rivera took his next step, but all eyes were on Jaron Ennis and his continued ascension in the welterweight division. The guys talk about who took the biggest L of the weekend and talk about Rolly Romero being removed from his December pay-per-view with Gervonta Davis. Get access to more pods and our exclusive chat over at patreon.com/sundaypuncher
Angelo is joined by Matt for a conversation about Shakur Stevenson's victory over Jamel Herring. They talk about the degree to which they are impressed, the ticket sales compared to Tank, the Tank vs Rolly press conference, Floyd's comments on the Kyrie situation, and Matt has a change of heart about the fights for this upcoming weekend. Sign up for our patreon for more podcasts and access to our private chat over at https://patreon.com/sundaypuncher
Angelo is joined by Tom to discuss Mikey Garcia's tune up gone wrong. They talk about whether or not this was a fluke loss or we have a new Mikey Garcia, how things went off the rails, and more. Plus, are the guys sold on Emanuel Navarette at 126, should fans be mad at DAZN for embracing PPV, and Gervonta Davis's return on a Sunday night. Join us at patreon.com/sundaypuncher to get access to more podcasts and our exclusive chat!
Angelo is joined by Lex and Tom to recap the wild fight between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder. They talk about the current era of heavyweights, what the Fury-Wilder rivalry compares to, and what's next for the two fighters. Plus, what went wrong for Deontay Wilder and a whole lot more surrounding the big fight. Plus a full discussion of the undercard and how the winners and losers fared. Get access to more content, our exclusive chat and more over at patreon.com/sundaypuncher for as little as $1.
Angelo has Lex and Matt for an immediate post-fight reaction podcast. The guys look at what went wrong for Joshua and how Usyk emerged as the new unified heavyweight champion. They look at where to give credit, what the future holds, and much more. Get access to more content and our exclusive chat over at patreon.com/sundaypuncher
Angelo is joined by Tom to preview Anthony Joshua's big showdown with Oleksandr Usyk this Saturday. They discuss Canelo-Plant heading to Showtime PPV, the current state of DAZN boxing now that Garcia-Prograis is off the table, Crawford-Porter heading to PPV, and more. Get access to more pods and access to the chat over at patreon.com/sundaypuncher
Angelo is joined by Lex to recap the controversy last Friday with Oscar Valdez's win over Robson Conceicao. They tackle whether it was a controversial decision or not, the bad officiating in Gabriel Flores's upset loss to Luis Lopez, and the overall entertainment value of the card. Plus, a recap of the Holyfield-Belfort event, a dive into what might happen with the Crawford-Porter purse bid, and other fights on the horizon. Get access to our exclusive patreon only feed and our chat at https://boxing.simplecast.com
Time for a bonus episode from our patreon feed. Get a taste of the kind of content we deliver over on patreon.com/sundaypuncher. If you enjoy head over and sign up to get access to more boxing content. On this episode Angelo is joined by Matt and Lex to conduct a fantasy draft. The premise: you are starting your own boxing promotional company and the only fighters available to you are the ones with 3 losses or more. The guys snake draft their way for 5 rounds choosing which fighters to anchor their new fake companies.
Angelo is joined by Tom to break down the weekend of action. They discuss the draw between Josh Warrington and Mauricio Lara and if it would be fair for Warrington to move on and skip out on a trilogy, Conor Benn's potential at welterweight, Katie Taylor's performance and then head over to the FOX card to assess where Jesus Ramos stands as a welterweight prospect. Plus, a full breakdown of the undercard which featured a blatant elbow being thrown, a prospect getting upset and more. The guys analyze the move Sky Sports made to stay within boxing and partner with a relatively new promoter in the UK to continue showing boxing and whether or not this can succeed. Then they preview the weeks action discussing the situation Oscar Valdez found himself in after having tested positive for a PED but then being found to have done nothing wrong, the matchmaking with Conceicao and the Evander Holyfield vs Vitor Belfort match that should have been Oscar De La Hoya and circumstances surrounding it. For more content go over to https://patreon.com/sundaypuncher
Angelo (@realRollingPin) is joined by Lex (@badbeatsboxing) and Grey (@BoxrecGrey) to discuss the Paul-Woodley event and the appeal it seemed to have with sports fans. They discuss expectations vs reality, what fans wanted to see, and the atmosphere of the event and if it all added up to something special. Plus, they break down the undercard, assess who gained the most from being on the card, and where the undercard guys go next. It's a jam packed episode you don't want to miss.
Angelo is joined by Tom and Greg to give a final preview of Manny Pacquiao's quest to reclaim his welterweight title from Yordenis Ugas. They debate who should be the real favorite, if Manny Pacquiao could somehow turn in the greatest performance of his career, great wins in Cuban boxing history, and whether or not this is the last ride for Manny Pacquiao. Plus a full breakdown of the undercard. Get more podcasts like the Pregame and others plus access to the chat over at patreon.com/sundaypuncher
Angelo is joined by Lex for a break down of all the fights this weekend. They discuss what they liked and didn't like in Vergil Ortiz's stoppage win over the Mean Machine and what they think will be the next move for Vergil Ortiz. Then they break down all the exciting bits of the Guillermo Rigondeaux and John Riel Casimero fight that left all of boxing in a polarized state. Plus, Joshua Franco wins the trilogy with Andrew Moloney, Lex talks about one of his favorite prospects, and the return of Manny Pacquiao as he looks to take back his welterweight title.
Angelo is joined this week by Lex to discuss the wild events that transpired on Saturday night. The WBA had themselves a night on Saturday as Gabriel Maestre captured the interim welterweight title. Plus, they look at what potential fixes could exist for the sanctioning body issue and a look forward to a packed week of boxing. Guillermo Rigondaeux and John Riel Casimero meet in a big time high stakes bantamweight matchup, Vergil Ortiz takes the next step in his career, and Andrew Moloney meets Joshua Franco for the 3rd time.
Angelo and Tom discuss the ring attire of Joe Joyce, the effectiveness of him tanking punches, and what might lay in his future. Plus a quick preview of the upcoming FOX card before a thorough recap of what happened so far this year. Which storylines did we love, which we're glad to leave behind, and what to look forward to for the rest of 2021. Join our patreon and get access to more pods and our chat at patreon.com/sundaypuncher
Angelo(@realRollingPin) is joined Tom (@Tom_Cody_SP) and BoxingScene's Jake Donovan (@JakeNDaBox) who makes his SP podcast debut to break down a fantastic triple header. Jermell Charlo and Brian Castano fought to a draw and the guys break the fight down, discuss a potential rematch and what might prevent it, how each fighter found success, what outcome PBC and Showtime wanted, and what to make of the scorecards. Plus, a discussion on Rolando Romero's stoppage of Anthony Yigit, Amilcar Vidal's entertaining war with Immanuwel Aleem, whether Tyson Fury will ever fight again, the upcoming 2020 Tokyo Olympics which Jake will be working, and where Canelo's next move may be. Also a preview of Joe Joyce vs Carlos Takam, ESPN's price change, drama on Twitter, and much more. Get access to the exclusive chat and more podcasts over at patreon.com/sundaypuncher