When we launched this network back in 2012, well we didn't even think of it as a network, we viewed as a hobby and when I say, I mean me & @JuttJitsu. Three years later, Jutt has own show on the network where he talks MMA , but it isn't your traditional MMA show.
For starters, how often do you get to hear about MMA from an African American point of view, seriously? Probably not,as often MMA in many regards is a sport where you need the ability to find your way through various gyms that all cost money and lots of it. Yes, at the top level you don't pay per say, but you have to start somewhere and to many young urban youth the idea of trying MMA when a wrestling program doesn't even exist at their school seems naive.
In this episode Jutt talks about Jon Jones and his actions with the car accident incident that ended up getting him striped of his Light Heavyweight Title.
It was a busy weekend for our favorite ITR Boxing staff member and CEO of The Boxing Shop, so much so that he had co-promoter his show on our network of boxing entertainment. Ray explains why Pacquiao is not as good plus looks at the past foes of Pacquiao and wonders out loud how good Pacquiao really was.
We breakdown the fight as we both agree the fight was actually a lot more fun than then some media outlets stated. We also looked at the way the coverage week and credential distribution was a storyline and hear some candid thoughts.
Some Leo Santa Cruz slander and Vasyl Lomachenko affection are put together along with a summary of the pay-per-view event.
We then preview Canelo-Kirkland, look at the rebuilding of Golden Boy Promotions, The PBC on CBS card headlined by Omar Figueroa vs. Ricky Burns, we also look at the Top Rank TruTV card as well as the Fox Sports 1 Thursday card.
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Okay, we lied we got one more special for you to cap off the Mayweather-Pacquiao week w/ the head honcho of ITRBoxing.com, Felix Garcia Jr. on his birthday talking about the fight and his birthday
Since the HBO and Showtime relationship isn't confusing enough for the Mayweather-Pacquiao PPV, we decided to collaborate with our friends over at TheBoxingCoalition.com and do a joint podcast with the gang hosted by KH.
In this Kimo special, you will hear the whole gang breakdown the fight mere hours before weigh in as you get a final perspective on the fight before it happens
Be sure to check out The Boxing Coalition podcast below
This is one hell of show to end the week of Lukie podcast that was the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight week.
The first guest on the program is Mama Lukie who makes her debut on the podcast to give her quick fight prediction.
The second guest is professional boxer, Casey Morton, who gives her insight on the outcome of the fight. You can follow Casey on Twitter at @HiCaseyMorton
The third guest is the boxing encyclopedia @NaotaBox on Twitter, who gives a well thought out breakdown of Mayweather-Pacquiao as Lukie and Naota talk hypothetical fight scenarios.
Our final guest is the very talented recording artist, AB of YH, who is our Golden State Warriors correspondent and will be giving updates on the Warriors playoff run, but also stops by to talk about Floyd Mayweather and the racial impact of the fight as well as his thoughts on the new J Cole album. You can follow him on Twitter at @ABofYH
We know the fight of all fights, Mayweather-Pacquiao, deserves a prop bet show of epic portions, so hence KH (@KevinHorn_KH), Mike and Mark are back at telling you what you should hypothetically lay money on and what you should stay away from.
Also check out a special guest, who is actually involved in the event this event as a coach. Yep, y'all we're stepping our game up over here. Please be sure to leave an iTunes review and follow the gang on Twitter
We are back with another episode and we hope you enjoy it.
Our first guest is Victor Salazar of ThaBoxingVoice.com and BoxingScene.com as we talk about the domestic violence accounts about Floyd Mayweather and whether it should effect your purchase of the PPV, catchweights and some boxing rumors.
The second guest is boxing coach Ramon Matthews, who trains out of Boxing For Health in Oakland, CA as he explains the experience of fight week from the perspective of the general public.
The third guest is boxing royalty as Ryan Bivins, pro boxer, boxing historian and writer joins the podcast to explain the whole week of fights and his thoughts on Mayweather-Pacquiao plus the undercard fighters
The last guest is my college buddy, Chris "Brain" Chambers, who is Filipino and has argued with Lukie about this fight since 2008 about who would win this fight. Chambers continues onward as he talks about Bay Area sports for a brief minute.
This is a shooting the breeze episode of the show with a lot of people who may not be boxing media , but are involved in the fight game whether fighters, trainers or just fanatics, or should I say MANIACS!
The first guest is boxing royalty, @BoxingDownShon who gives his opinion on "The Fight of the Century" as well as his thoughts on Miguel Cotto and Puerto Rico's biggest upcoming prospect.
The second guest spent the end of his camp sparring Floyd Mayweather for the Manny Pacquiao fight and that is DeMarcus "Chop Chop" Corley. Hear about updates in Chop Chop's career as well as what it was like to be in the camp
The third guest is boxing coach Jairo Escobar of Polk St. Boxing and Hit Fit SF. Escobar talks about his fighters performance's last weekend Casey Morton and Luis Garcia as well as he breaks down Mayweather-Pacquiao and how he sees the fight.
The fourth guest is Arvin Jugarap of Kennel Boxing Gym in San Leandro, CA since he will be in Las Vegas, NV for the fight and why he thinks Pacquiao might be the best Asian fighter ever, even better than Bruce Lee.
The final guest is junior middleweight "Primetime" Ricardo Pinell. Pinell talks about the fight, his last fight and shares a gym story
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Adam Abramowitz of http://www.saturdaynightboxing.com/ joins the podcast to talk about the magic of boxing and a big fight and how despite all the negatives in boxing this is the one fight he wanted so he will not complain. Also explored are deep issues around how we became fight fans, metaphors for the undercard and reflections on what to expect fight night
You can follow Adam on Twitter @SNBoxing or join his Facebook boxing group here https://www.facebook.com/groups/snboxing/
It has been over a week since we have had a Beeb Show and we over here at LukieBoxing believe that is too long. Joe Habeeb is one of boxing's true good guys, but on top of that he recorded this episode twice, YES TWICE, because Lukie messed up the first time; so please let Beeb know if you enjoy this.
In this episode we talk all the "Xs and Os" of the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight, some of the content of storylines, etc are discussed, but mostly this is a fight fans show as we talk about potential game plans and what to expect in this fight
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