The Boxing Shop is back and "Real Ray" asked to be on ths how, because of bloggers. Ray feels that despite Inoue being one of the best fighters in the world, bloggers are all too happy to promote him to the top while looking the other way on major bouts with say, Deontay Wilder.
Do you agree? Is boxing turning into comic books and underground rap where some just want to show their depth of knowledge on rare things? Do you feel that the voices in the media are more about 'I told you so...' then help you obtain more knowledge of the sport.
This episode is not a recap of the week of boxing, but more a conversation between two friends.
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What a treat on a major fight-week that the former world champion Kelly Pavlik stops by to give his thoughts on Canelo vs. GGG II plus his new podcast "The Punchline", which you can get to here https://www.facebook.com/PunchLineWithKPJD/.
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What a show we have for you, first up is Gaylen Ross who is promoting the Kickstarter page (https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/391667550/titleshot) for her film, 'Title Fight'. 'Title Fight' is a film that follows Godfrey Nyakana journey in boxing as he trains out of Gleason's Gym in mid to late 90s. Ross also was an actress starring in 'Dawn of the Dead' and 'Creep Show'. You can follow her on Twitter at https://twitter.com/gaylenrs.
Brin Jonathan Butler is my personal favorite living author, let alone boxing writer. Jonathan Butler published The Domino Diaries this year which you can purchase here http://www.amazon.com/The-Domino-Diaries-Champions-Hemingways/dp/1250043700. In an in-depth conversation Butler talks about his experience in boxing, why Mike Tyson helped him as a child and started his professional career as a journalist along with the evolution of America as a whole, for better or for worse. You can follow Brin Jonathan-Butler on Twitter at http://www.Twitter.com/brinicio