When we first started this podcast, Jutt was here week and week out, now a few years have gone by and Jutt is a few years older with a good job and all that life stuff, he isn't able to come on like the ol' days , but we always will give have a platform on this show as he is our official MMA dude. So with that being said if you're a super snobby boxing fan, this is the episode to skip as we talk a little UFC, but we also talk about life as well as about 40 minute hip-hop discussion.
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Bigga Pat and Ryan Bivins talk about all the fights from the weekend, PBC, Kovalev, Guy Robb, etc as well as preview next week's action and just talk.
This a real enjoyable episode be sure to sit back and enjoy
Another jam packed show with a ton of guests.
First get to meet Darwin Price, who is signed to Al Haymon and trains with Ronnie Shields in Texas who fights at super lightweight. You can follow Darwin on Twitter at www.twitter.com/_darwinprice_
Andy Vences is a super featherweight from San Jose, CA who recently signed with Top Rank Inc. Vences talks about how big of a move it is and why he is so excited about his career. You can follow Andy on Twitter at www.Twitter.com/AndyVences
Sarah Gruber is a boxing writer for Round By Round Boxing, you can find her work at the following link http://roundbyroundboxing.com/author/sarah-gruber/. Sarah Gruber is also on Twitter and can be followed at www.Twitter.com/Its_Sare_Marie
Finally www.ITRBoxing.com head honcho comes on to talk pro wrestling, horror movies and everything not boxing related.
In this episode, Mike and Mark talk about prop lines, bets and other things related to what might matter in boxing and earning a profit.
Around the one hour mark we have a deep debate about whether Mike Tyson is a top 10 heavyweight of all-time.
In this episode Real Ray and Lukie talk about facts only in terms of Wilder, GGG and more. #FactsOnly on Twitter to join the conversation.
Adam Abramowitz is one of the best boxing writers in the present day, his work can be found at his website http://saturdaynightboxing.com/ as well as his newly remodeled Facebook group which you can join the dialogue in as well by following this link https://www.facebook.com/groups/snboxing/.
On this episode, we talk about "The Al Haymon effect" on local shows as well as the current climate of boxing and maximizing earning potential with in this climate. From there we talk about our differing views on Amir Imam, Lukie sees a can't miss prospect, whereas Adam doesn't see it.
We round out the show with a conversation about HBO and the way they control the industry while subtly going over the fights of this week and last weekend while looking at storylines.
Be sure to follow Adam on Twitter at http://www.Twitter.com/SNBoxing and tell him you enjoyed hearing him on the show.