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Fresh update on "boxing" discussed on Business Wars Daily

Business Wars Daily

00:30 min | 59 min ago

Fresh update on "boxing" discussed on Business Wars Daily

"Fan, will you know there are some moments you just don't forget the miracle on ice when the U.S. men's hockey team upset the USSR to take home the Olympic gold medal. When Michael Jordan took his last shot as a Chicago bull, or when Serena Williams won the Australian open for the 7th time, and later revealed that she did so while pregnant. Well, one of the most truly shocking moments in sports history came 25 years ago during a boxing match between two heavyweight greats, Mike Tyson. Facing off against Evander Holyfield. When Tyson out of frustration, bid off a piece of Holyfield's ear. It looked as if Tyson bed is teeth at Wednesdays in the exchange. He bit his ear. That's what he feels in a lot of tears from that. You see the blood on the ear. That was definitely a fight. Tyson was disqualified many others disgusted. And the fight went down in history as an extreme example of unsportsmanlike conduct. While the two had an acrimonious relationship after the fight, Tyson eventually apologized. And over the years, there were signs that the two had patched things up. They did a funny commercial in which Tyson returns Holyfield's ear and Tyson was the person who inducted Holyfield into the Nevada boxing Hall of Fame. Well, now the two boxing legends and former enemies are taking things one step further and going into business together. That's right, their new company karma holdings is launching a line of cannabis infused gummies with a punchline. The edibles are called holy ears. Yes, you heard that right, the name is a nod to the infamous ear body match. Karma holdings also includes Tyson's existing line of cannabis infused products called Mike bites. Those are shaped like an ear with a bite taken out of it. Karma will also release Holyfield's own line of cannabis products next year. The boxers are among the latest in a long line of celebrity backed cannabis brands, another newcomer is Sean Combs better known as diddy, who announced earlier this month that he planned to drop nearly $200 million to acquire two of the nation's largest cannabis businesses Cresco labs and Columbia care, with operations in three states, The Wall Street Journal reports. Combs owns a portfolio of other businesses in fashion media and spirits. But the business mogul also has a mission behind his newest purchase. He wants to increase the participation of people of color in the cannabis industry. Black owned businesses make up less than 2% of all cannabis companies in the U.S., according to a report by cannabis website leafly. Combs told the journal that people of color have been imprisoned and their families broken down because of selling weed, but now that the drug has been legalized in some places in the U.S., they face more barriers to entry. If regulators approve the deal, it could create the nation's largest black owned and licensed cannabis company the journal reports. The cannabis market continues to grow as more states legalize weed. Legal U.S. cannabis sales are expected to hit 65 billion by the end of the decade Business Insider reports. So it's probably not surprising that celebrities have high hopes for these investments. From wondering, this is business awards daily. I'm your host David Brown, written by Gwen Moran and produced by Jessica yarmosky. Our executive.

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Should President Trump Have Met With Kanye West?

Mark Levin

01:57 min | 9 hrs ago

Should President Trump Have Met With Kanye West?

"It's clear that he's a sick bastard And it's getting worse and worse and worse Should president Trump have met with him I wouldn't have I wouldn't have Why me with him In fact I feel president Trump should distance himself from him Because here's what I do know Nobody Who actually knows Donald Trump Who actually knows him Believes he's an anti semite or a white supremacist Including those who have posted on social media And some were right out of the box they sent me copies of their tweets or copies of their statements That's all good I got it I don't know if they expect me to repeat them or to retweet them I don't do that stuff Man in a situation like this But this has gone on now for several days And I think back to all the anti semites That are on TV today The professors the hosts I think of all the anti semites and the Democrat party today What I talked about last week there's Chris Christie at the Republican Jewish coalition and not once does he talk about the spreading of anti semitism But he's immediately out of the box That Trump is not qualified to be president

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How AJ and Courtney Love Buried the Hatchet

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:40 min | 21 hrs ago

How AJ and Courtney Love Buried the Hatchet

"When I wrote the Courtney Love story about her using heroin when she was pregnant, I was threatened with a lawsuit back in 1990 four, was it? But I stuck to my guns again. I knew my source was right. In one day, I lived in the building in the west village, the meatpacking district on her 95 horatio street believe it or not, Courtney Love lived there as well, and now one night we're both in the goddamn laundry room doing our laundry. And it was late at night because the machines were always never available during the day and, you know, we worked, et cetera, so you do your laundry at midnight, at 1 o'clock in the morning. And when she walked in and saw me, she made the sign of the crucifix when her thing is that she couldn't be near me. Like I was an evil force to deal with him, he started talking, I said, listen, you're a big story. You know that. You're always going to be a big story. But the source who gave me that story about you using is not a liar. I know I was tough to see that in print and it made you feel like shit, but I didn't write it maliciously or without knowing whether or not it was true. I never would have done that about a mother and a child. And she kind of understood when I met. When she began to get nice to me that night. And she said, look, I never used it while pregnant. And my daughter's my world, your story's not true, but I'm not going to look at you and treat you like shit. I just want to tell you a misinformed. I said, all right, Courtney, you know, and I remember walking, we lived in the same floor. And I had to pass her apartment to get to mine. So we're both bringing a laundry back to our rooms. And she gets the hard room. And she opens it up, and we talked for 30 seconds by her door. I remember her plot was so filthy. Pizza boxes, beer cans, every day, and Drew Barrymore was living with her at the time, or crashing there for a while, just a messy ass room, and you know, we parted kind of friendly, my daughter's my world, okay, you know, okay, you know what? Fine, no problem. And then after that talk, whenever I'd see her at a party or a function or a premiere, she always make it a point to say hello to me and she come over and give me a kiss on both cheeks. And that felt nice. Whatever you think of Courtney Love, it doesn't matter, but to have people or to have other celebrities see that I had her respect. That was important to me.

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Chubb's TD run in OT powers Browns past Brady, Bucs 23-17

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 1 d ago

Chubb's TD run in OT powers Browns past Brady, Bucs 23-17

"Cleveland came through and overtime to defeat Tampa Bay 23 17. Browns coach Kevin Stefanski, not surprised it was a close game and we just I really liked how our locker room responded at a bunch of moments in that game because it's hard. 60 minutes versus good football team is hard. In the extra session, Jacoby brisset through 45 yards to Amari Cooper giving Cleveland the ball at the box three. From there, Nick Chubb bulldozed his way to the house with 19 seconds left. The browns are four and 7, while Tampa Bay is 5 and 6, good enough for the lead in the NFC south. I'm Bruce Morton

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Feast and famine for Disney at Thanksgiving box office

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 d ago

Feast and famine for Disney at Thanksgiving box office

"A family film expected to soar at the box office this Thanksgiving holiday weekend was more like a flop. Wow. What kind of airship is that? Turkeys don't fly well and neither did the Disney animated film strange world, failing to gain altitude among moviegoers. It took in less than $19 million in its first 5 days in North America. Despite a reported production cost of $180 million. That kept Black Panther Wakanda forever, another Disney film at the top of the box office, then strange world, the Korean War epic devotion was in third place the menu in fourth followed by Steven Spielberg's the fable man's. I'm Jackie Quinn

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Anunoby scores 12 of his 26 in 4th, Raptors top Mavs 105-100

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 d ago

Anunoby scores 12 of his 26 in 4th, Raptors top Mavs 105-100

"Fred van vliet returned to the Toronto lineup and scored 26 points while OG got a nobi added 26 as well. If a one O 5 100 win against Dallas at Scotiabank arena. Van vliet was hot from the charity strike going 9 of ten after missing Wednesday's loss against Brooklyn with an illness. You know, you just got to try to get as many of these as you can early on in the season and continue to build and grow your team. And it'll be played 43 minutes and just shy of a double double, he added 9 rebounds. Luka Dončić had a jumper to close the raptors lead to one with just 18 seconds remaining, he finished with 24 points, the Mavericks head into Milwaukee to play the box Sunday. John Luther B Toronto

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Small Business Saturday entices local shoppers

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 d ago

Small Business Saturday entices local shoppers

"After all, the Black Friday sales at the big box stores and online retailers, it's now small business Saturday created to support all the neighborhood stores. Awesome Brooklyn is a small gift store that just hit the 5 year mark and owner Vanessa raptopoulos calls it her baby. My neighbors and my customers are like the best people ever. They get me up in the morning. They get me motivated to find them the best gifts in Brooklyn. Nicole hill and Brad clem vicious recently moved to Brooklyn from Canada and it's their first small business Saturday. We're getting some ornaments. We don't have any of our holiday ornaments. Supporting the people that live in the community instead of just giant. Giant corporations that don't really care where you buy their stuff. Julie Walker, New York

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Race to the Bottom: Law Schools to Ditch 'Unfair' Standardized Test

The Trish Regan Show

02:08 min | 2 d ago

Race to the Bottom: Law Schools to Ditch 'Unfair' Standardized Test

"I want to get to this LSAT story because talking about where we're heading. If we're too busy adjusting for equality, we're never actually going to get ahead in this world. I mean, one of the reasons why America has always been so successful is because we've been so focused on productivity and profitability and success. But if we change the entire equation, we say, hey, we don't care about that stuff. You don't actually need to be the best and the brightest. You just need to check a certain box, well then you lose that edge and you lose it fast. And that's exactly what's happening. You're seeing it over and over and over again throughout society right now. And so the latest happens to be from the ABA, which is the American bar association. And the American bar association, let's just start off by saying, you know, forget about them because they have done nothing, nothing, nothing to protect their profession. You compare and contrast them, say with the medical community, which has actively sought to limit the number of graduating doctors, you see however the opposite from the ABA, which just doesn't care because it just turned into just a cash cow for so many universities that start these law schools and graduate all these kids and they have all these debts and things that they can't repay, but none of it really matters because the schools are making money, right? And the ABA just simply doesn't care I guess. You graduate more lawyers, you get more fees as they join the bar association. While the latest now is that they think it is not necessary. To take the law school emissions test, otherwise known as the LSAT. In fact, they voted just recently to end the requirement that perspective law students take this and the idea is we need more diversity in our law schools and we can't have that unless we drop standards. In fact, I guess all the American bar association is going to succeed in doing is graduating even more lawyers that may be can't go on to have a career in law because while they couldn't get through the LSAT to begin with, and now they're going to get them on the hook for more and more dollars. I mean, do you know how expensive? A law school education is?

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DeRozan scores 36, Bulls down Bucks 118-113

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 5 d ago

DeRozan scores 36, Bulls down Bucks 118-113

"The bulls are showing signs in the last two games that they're turning things around. They wanted Milwaukee one 18 one 13, not with back to back wins over the bucks in Boston Celtics two of the best teams in the NBA demar Derozan led the way with 36. Just having a confidence to compete for a close to 48 minutes as possible. Being locked in, you know, and these are results. White made back to back late three pointers that erase the box three point lead the final 75 seconds. Yanis Santa drupal had 36 for the bucks. Check Freeman. Milwaukee

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Walmart Shooting: Manager Kills Six at Virginia Store

The Officer Tatum Show

01:48 min | 5 d ago

Walmart Shooting: Manager Kills Six at Virginia Store

"Authorities in Chesapeake Virginia released an image Wednesday of the suspected shooter, they say gunned down 6 people inside of a Walmart where he was employed and injured several more in a deadly rampage authorities have identified the gunman as 31 year old, dumb, dumb, McDonnell DOM, Walmart previously told Fox digital that this dude was an overnight team lead and he's been employed with us since 2010. Chesapeake police responded to the Walmart on Tuesday night amid reports of an active shooter just before ten, 15 p.m. once inside officers began to evacuate the big box store, at least 50 people were inside, the building, according to police, three people, including his fool, were found dead, and an employee break room, another found dead, I need the front of the store, three other victims were taken to the hospital where they later died in total 6 people were killed and several others were wounded, employee, Breonna Taylor, said that overnight stock team of about 15 to 20 people had just gathered in a break room to go over the morning plans when shots rang out. She said, meeting was about to start and her team lead said, all right guys, we have late night ahead of us. When her manager turned around and opened fire on the staff, that's which is crazy. How many God dang? He was just shooting all throughout the room. She said, it didn't matter who he hit. He didn't say anything. He didn't look at anybody and he's specific type of way, a witness also told the news that she heard the suspect laughing at one point and that she believed that the shooting was planned.

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Bucks pull away in second half to beat Trail Blazers

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 6 d ago

Bucks pull away in second half to beat Trail Blazers

"The box took control in the third quarter and they beat the blazers who played without Damian Lillard their best player One 19 one 11 bucks they used 37 points from Jana sander cupo and pulled away from a two point halftime lead Out of the kupo had 19 third quarter points mostly on hard drives to the basket When they get hit I feel like I'm part of the game I feel like the game I'm lucky now making plays and being aggressive And for any simons led Portland with 29 points the blazers have lost three straight Check Freeman Milwaukee

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Grim Outlook for Bitcoin

The Bad Crypto Podcast

02:03 min | Last week

Grim Outlook for Bitcoin

"Timestamp is November the 21st, 2022, two 34 AST because in Puerto Rico, we don't change time here. So for half the year, we are with New York and the New York and the rest of the world decides in the fall. They're going to fall back an hour. And we're like, no, it's the same time here. So New York is now an hour behind us. So figure it out. The total crypto market cap $823 billion Bitcoin, $16,000 exactly. I've seen it go into the 15s in the bump back up. Ethereum, $1101, B and B, $253, and where is Solana now? Solana is now look at this $11 at 67 cents. If I was going to pick Travis, one token that I think is done, I'm going to say it's Solana. I'm not saying the blockchain is going to die. I'm saying that as the place because it's so closely tied to FTX and the money that came from there, that why would you build on Solana now when there's so many other options? Yeah, when you look at their chart overall, the Solana price chart max when it was sitting around a few bucks if you box. And then, you know, you look at, you just kind of lay that over what happened with ICP Internet computer protocol, how FTX and then sort of thrashed that and blew the price up and then shorted it all the way down, took that money that they gained from a legitimate product. And then started pumping up Solana. And then you can literally see when it happened when Solana was like last while it was December of 2020 and then pom pom pom pom. And then really started pumping in July of 2021. All the way up to over 250 bucks. In November of 2021, during 20 months, now it's 13 bucks, 11 bucks, 12 bucks, something like that.

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Robert Bryan Talks Karate Combat's Fan & Athlete Controlled Leagues

Crypto Current

01:19 min | Last week

Robert Bryan Talks Karate Combat's Fan & Athlete Controlled Leagues

"You come from traditional finance and you find yourself into karate. So talk about that just for a second and then talk about how y'all's platform is now taking some of the elements of web three and incorporating it into your business. Great. So it's not just karate. What were the top strikingly in the world today? So what that means is if you're not sure of your criminal MMA, that sort of in a cage with small gloves, but you're allowed to wrestle. A lot of magic takes place on the floor. I really doesn't have that component. It's just striking. It allows you to be interesting to some people who are experts in the space to the general viewer. It's not quite as interesting. So we're trying to kind of make that more mainstream. There's a number of other elements that separate us from MMA. And then obviously a boxing does include kicking and has different gloves. So that's sort of where we sit. Any type of single sport martial art that follows our rules is allowed. We have people from taekwondo. All different all different walks, but is most similar to karate and karate has an excellent brand name. And we've been able to leverage that base to participate in private participants to become the fastest growing sport worldwide today.

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Wakanda Forever stays on top in its second week - The A.V. Club

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | Last week

Wakanda Forever stays on top in its second week - The A.V. Club

"Black Panther Wakanda forever tops the box office for a second week I'm Archie's are a lot of with the latest They came from the water The Black Panther sequel sold another $67 million in movie tickets over the weekend according to studio estimates the top new release the satire the menu came in at number two At number three is the surprise hit of the weekend The first two episodes of the third season of the chosen It's a crowdfunded streaming series about the life of Jesus and this was intended as a limited theatrical run

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Why Was the Election Data SO Off? Mollie Hemingway Explains

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:07 min | Last week

Why Was the Election Data SO Off? Mollie Hemingway Explains

"There's a lot to continue to dive into here with what's happening in Arizona and across the country. Joining us now is the great Molly Hemingway. She wrote the great book rigged. I think we have it around here. Mollye, welcome back to the program. It's great to be here with you. So Molly, a lot of people are scratching their head and we did a whole hour about the failures of Maricopa County and the machines going down and all that. But just more broadly and generally across the country, can you help explain why the data was so off, not just the polling data, but people had early voting forecasts and kind of predictions. It was all off. How was that possible, Molly? So the first thing I think it's important to remember is that in some sense, it wasn't off, and that's why everybody feels so weird about what happened. And what I mean by that is Republicans did win the generic ballot. They did have millions more voters. We do know that three out of four people in the country are upset with the direction of the country. The President Biden has low approval ratings that objectively speaking, the economy is bad. We have no border, you know, crime is skyrocketing. These are all real things that contribute to the confusion people feel about the end result. And I think that while there are easily you could usually when people name a thing that they think went wrong, they're right. I think one thing that people really need to understand at a very high level and I do appreciate that you get this is that Democrats really targeted their ballot harvesting operations in key races, you know, 20, 25, 30 key house races. They turned on their machine in those places, and I don't mean like a physical machine. I mean, getting the ballots into the boxes kind of machine. And maybe like 5 Senate seats. They didn't do all over the country. They just knew where they were vulnerable, and they focused there. And I think that actually explains why New York saw such big gains. You had what 5 seats flipped to the Republican because Democrats really didn't turn on their machine there.

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Do Republicans Need to Get Creative With Ballot Drop Boxes?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:15 min | Last week

Do Republicans Need to Get Creative With Ballot Drop Boxes?

"Do you think that just from a characteristic standpoint, do you think that Republicans are willing to embrace ballot harvesting as a new strategy? I think there's definitely going to be hesitancy. What I've seen just on the world of Twitter, which we all know isn't necessarily reflective of overall real life. Since last week, there's been a lot more openness to it overall. There's been a lot of misunderstandings of what it is. And so I think on the conservative side, they have to know that we can be successful in it. And one of my writers at red state, Scott counsel, I know he's been on your show a lot. He even came up with this modified program before ballot harvesting was legal in California with a stamp program where they gave a stamp to someone and watched them put it in their mailbox, whoever had an absentee ballot at their home at that time. And they flipped a Democrat plus 13 district in the central valley using that tactic. There's different targeting and voter modeling things that they used as well. But just to conservatives to know that if you're doing this the right way with the right data with the right consultants and with a good plan, that it is a viable strategy, not just for conservative districts, but within rural areas and with Democrat districts.

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Rolling Back the Wave of Cultural Marxism With Katie Gorka

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:13 min | Last week

Rolling Back the Wave of Cultural Marxism With Katie Gorka

"Have in studio none other than my boss, my muse. Katie gawker. Katie, it's been a long time. I haven't seen you in a while. Husband, it's been at least 20 minutes. Oh, why are you writing my credit instantly there? Although you have been on the road quite a bit lately, so it's nice to have you back in the swamp at least with me. And we have perfect timing for this discussion because you launch something very special today at the heritage foundation. You've been working on it for, I don't know, it feels like years, along with Mike Gonzales. So what is the title of the report that you've launched? It's how cultural Marxism threatens the United States and the most important part because it's always so what part, how Americans can fight it. So first things first, you and I national security backgrounds. I've been teaching Canada for almost 20 years. We had a company together, you specialize on the ideology of Jihad as well. You rose up through the swamp to actually serve the presidential appointee at the Department of Homeland Security. So why this paper? We'll talk about why the timing, but you're an expert on external threats. Now you're looking inwards. So give us the reason for this massive study. So it really came about because of my colleague, Mike Gonzalez, at the heritage foundation. Mike is has been absolutely extraordinary. These last three years, his focus in his expertise is really identity politics. Undermining what the left cause identity, but the truth about it. Yes. Right. The truth about the book on BLM and everything else. Yes. And actually, his extraordinary work, which I think came out before the book on BLM was a book where he really showed how we constructed this notion of Hispanic identity. I mean, before that, people would come here and they would just want to become Americans. But the left created these identities. Now to the point at which there's a box you tick on a federal form. Exactly. And that's exactly one of the points he makes, and that's exactly one of the points we address in our paper that we need to get rid of that. We want to be Americans. We don't want to be in our individual boxes. So

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AJ on Kamala Harris As Biden's Ticket to the Black Vote

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:29 min | Last week

AJ on Kamala Harris As Biden's Ticket to the Black Vote

"Are people who are going to discuss this for years on end. How did this old coot with 50 years in the game and really nothing fit nothing fantastic on his resume? How did he become the nominee? Basically, because he was the guy who decided, okay, how? I'll be acceptable to black people. You know, I'll try to piggyback off the fact that I was vice president to our first black president Barack Obama. I can build on that. That's really what it comes down to. So what does he do? He decides to take my voice president will be a woman of color. Even though he chooses Kamala Harris, who polled at 2% among Democrats before she dropped out of the primaries. You guys know the story. I just feel like I've got to just tie it up in a bow because it's disgusting. Kamala Harris adds nothing to this ticket. All she did is fit the requirement that Joe wanted a vice president to be a woman of color. That's it. There was nothing about her in which she checked boxes beyond that one box.

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Movie review: 'Wakanda Forever'

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 weeks ago

Movie review: 'Wakanda Forever'

"The Black Panther sequel makes a huge opening at the box office this weekend I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest In the world Black Panther Wakanda forever earned $180 million in movie ticket sales in its opening weekend making it the second biggest opening of the year after Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness the first Black Panther film was a cultural phenomenon in 2018 but the death of star Chadwick Boseman two years later meant the sequel had to go in a very different direction Black Adam came in second place this week followed by ticket to Paradise and Lyle Lyle crocodile smile

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"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

03:50 min | Last month

"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"Don't support the crap that gets kind of tossed at you because I think as quickly as Jake Paul was made by the downturn of boxing, he can be wiped out by a rise in boxing next year. One thing I would say, Chris is I'm not sure that it's the same people buying because I don't think for the most part the people that are buying these pay per views, it's maybe there's a small percentage of them that are the same people that would buy arrow Spence and Terrence Crawford or whatever. But I don't know that it's exactly the same people. I think there are a lot of Jake Paul fans and in this case a lot of MMA fans that are buying the pay per views. Now maybe some of those people would buy the highest level boxing match, you know, certainly Ryan García and tank Davis and Crawford Spence and all that. But they might not be the same people who are watching Jermaine Ortiz against lomachenko, you know, so I don't know, I understand what you're saying and there has been a market created here. I just don't know that they're the same people buying those events. So maybe this would have, I would say, let me just add this though, Keith. I am an avid boxing scene reader. I check the site three or four times a day. But I found it interesting when showtime sent around. Mitch a person over at showtime sent an email around about the coverage of Jake Paul in the week leading up to that fight. And what you saw was The New York Times covering the fight. USA Today covering the fight. Sports business journal covering the fight. ESPN on multiple levels covering the fight. It's getting it's reaching outside the traditional boxing lanes, which I think is important for boxing. You want to feed the purists, like you and I try to do with this podcast with boxing scene with articles, things like that. But you also want to try to tap into new fans. And that's something boxing has failed to do in the last couple of decades. And they've done a good job on the showtime side of it, and all the PR people associated with the Jake Paul events. They've done a good job, you know, spreading the message to mainstream sites.

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"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

04:43 min | Last month

"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"And that almost turned into just as an aside. That almost turned into the main story for the romanenko would have lost. I mean, and you could argue even he didn't lose and it still might have been the most noteworthy story of the night that a 25 to one underdog gave him such a tough fight. Anyway, I would say to the boxing fans, you might not like it, and I understand why they don't like it. It's annoying. They don't consider it real boxing. We hear all of the arguments against it, Chris, but it is gaining a lot of attention. I would say that Jake Paul is really committed to being a boxer. Now I don't we don't know how far he can go. We don't know, you know, he's, I don't know, do you even consider him a real? I don't know what to call him, to be honest with you, because again, he's not fighting. I consider, I consider him a real boxer only because. No, I meant a real, of course, he's a real. No, no, no, not a problem. Not a problem. No, that's right. He's got a ceiling. He knows he has a ceiling too. Like he wants to go out of the sport at age like 29, and he wants to make a bunch of money, fight these guys. And then as I said earlier, test himself wants at a really high level and which makes sense see what happens. So I don't see him as a prospect, but to your point, he does drive traffic, you know, people are interested in Jake Paul a lot more than they're interested in a lot of other things in boxing. And to your point, Chris, if they hate him, like Floyd Mayweather would always say, I don't care why they're buying it. If they're buying it to see me get knocked out eventually, well, fine, but they're still he played the villain and Jake Paul's listen. Whatever you think of Jake Paul is a boxer. There is absolutely no disputing that this kid is smart, savvy, and they've done something here that no one would have foreseen 5 years ago.

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"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

05:11 min | Last month

"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"That's a big event. He goes over to the UK and fights Tommy Fury, that's a big event over there. I know that KSI is lurking out there, beat his brother a few years ago. He's doing his own thing on his own, trying to reignite his boxing career. That's another monster over in the UK. So he is going to run out of these guys at some point, Keith, but not anytime soon, and certainly not probably for the next like 18 months of his boxing career. Yeah, he probably fights twice a year because he's making much like Canelo now I'm not saying he's making Canelo money because no one's really making Canelo money. But he's making it as much as anyone else though. He's making as much as almost anyone else. He's making a lot of money and you know you fight twice a year. That's all you need to fight is twice a year. You have two pretty big events. You keep, you know, trying to develop narratives along the way have the next potential opponent, you know, obviously it was no coincidence that one of Nate Diaz is stable mates was on the undercard fighting medical doctor, which was insane. I mean, it was a crazy story. I mean, this guy's, he got the crap kicked out of him, but I give this guy a 32 year old physician who's like also wildly popular on social media. Anyway, he fought one of Nate Diaz. They thought he was going to win too. They thought that the doctor was going to win from they were talking to people around there. We're incorrect on that. He laid it on him pretty well on the last three rounds. And you don't like to see a guy who's got a such a bright future that's much more valuable to this world than being a boxer for the next couple of years get pounded like that. It just shows that this ain't for everybody, man. I give the guy a lot of credit for even trying it. I don't know why someone with the medical knowledge that he has would think that this was a good idea. But again, full credit to him for trying. But anyway, my original point was, you know, that was done purposefully because Nate Diaz then comes and sits ringside, and of course, Nate Diaz being Nate Diaz started a fight with Jake Paul's team behind the scenes and there was this brouhaha and who knows what was staged and what wasn't, but Nate Diaz has been prone to this type of behavior before. So I'm sure there was something organic about it. But the point is, you know, they're almost following the wrestling business model here where they're, you know, they sit in a Diaz ringside, he gets a he literally was escorted from the building by the police. And they said, you're not welcome here anymore. You got to go. And then that became viral. And then that just starts building into the Nate Diaz promotion for next year. And of course, he's free from his UFC contract. This is all done masterfully from a promotional standpoint. And we're going to roll in probably to him fighting Nate Diaz next year and then maybe they go back to Tommy Fury or whomever.

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SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

04:57 min | Last month

"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"We're 20 years removed from the same rockman pulling off one of the biggest upsets in heavyweight history. And he has seen rockman June of course as the son of a former heavyweight champion, which means something, but again, he's been a guy who hasn't taken his own father, said he hasn't taken training seriously. He's underachieved. His dad said that during the press conference for their fight. So it's not somewhat while he is a quote unquote real boxer. He's not a high level. He's not even considered a real prospect after losing back in April. So yeah, he's in a tricky position, Chris, because if they can make the Nate Diaz fight, that will be the next fight for him because Nate Diaz is a very popular former UFC fighter. From the boxing fan's perspective, they're going to say, all right, well, you already beat a 47 year old, you form a UFC fighter. All right, so now you're fighting a 37 year old former UFC fighter who's a worse boxer, but ten years younger. The point is we've already seen you beat multiple former UFC fighters, but again, there is a demand for this. You know, I saw it. I was there or the other. Now, the reason that he has to go to former UFC fighters in UFC, you know, the most popular, you know, Ben Askren was not a popular UFC fighter that was a little different, but Tyron Woodley was popular, but Anderson Silva is a legend. And Nate Diaz, well, not as successful or good as Anderson Silva, either an MMA or probably boxing, is a very, very popular figure. When Nate Diaz walked into the building on Saturday night, people erupted, and that's the other thing need that other faction of fans to make these events successful because I gotta be honest when Jake Paul got as far as I could tell, you're not doing a headcount, of course while you're on deadline just sitting there. But as far as I can tell, Jake Paul got booed on Saturday night, a lot more than he got cheered because there were a lot of MMA while you and I are not big MMA fans or supporters or whatever.

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SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

05:29 min | Last month

"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"I thought Jake fought a pretty smart fight against Anderson Silva. I guess the question I have for you and you've watched the most the recent Jake Paul fights, the woodley fights and the stuff before it. Are you seeing improvements in the guy you're seeing in the ring beyond just the conditioning? Certainly, I mean, certainly see technical improvements, like you said, some defensive improvements. A couple of the things that I did not love in the fight, Chris. He held a lot. He initiated a lot of clinches. He does have a good chin because Anderson Silva can crack a little bit. He's a big, strong guy. And he did clip him with flush punches several times and Jake Paul took those shots well. But almost every time he got hit clean, he initiated a clinch that gets a little tough to watch sometimes when a guy's doing that. All part of a sport, of course, and it's a defensive tactic that many guys employ effectively. And the woodley fight wasn't the woodley fight wasn't all that appealing either. Like the woodley fight had a great finish, but it was a slog for most of it up until that one punch knockout. Absolutely. You know, the fight was, I thought the fight was reasonably entertaining. I mean, you know, he fought off his back foot almost exclusively, silver pressed the action for the most part, but it was a reasonably entertaining fight I thought, you know, a step forward for a guy who only has 6 fights. You almost don't know how to fairly assess what he's doing because this is unprecedented. A guy doesn't come in out of nowhere with no boxing background and headline pay per view events and it makes it maybe frustrating and annoying for hardcore boxing fans because there's a level of attention that is paid to this that they would prefer not to have happened and they prefer people just to ignore him, but you can't ignore it because it's a, it's a business model that I didn't think could have existed several years ago, but it is successful and they are making money off of it and that's why showtime is in the Jake Paul business. That's why there is a Jake Paul business. So until someone knocks him off and maybe Nate Diaz will be that guy, you know, maybe someone else will be that guy, but you know, the other thing I would say, Kris, as it relates to him fighting Anderson Silva, there was a lot of talk about him fighting a quote

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SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

04:47 min | Last month

"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"Corner. This is boxing with Chris Manning. Now somebody punch him in the face. Anthony Joshua is a composed and ferocious finisher. Watch this. Hosted by SI's Chris mannix. That was my moment. Now with interviews, analysis and everything going on in the world of boxing. When you have talent, you are given another chance. Here's Chris mannix. All right, bonus podcast time. It was a busy weekend in boxing that was highlighted by Jake Paul. The novice boxer taking on Anderson Silva in Arizona. Jake Paul wins a

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SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

01:49 min | Last month

"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"Make every moment more this season with FanDuel, the official sportsbook partner of the NBA. And just to give you something else, don't bet in the Lakers this year, it's not a good bet. Time now for this week's picks brought to you by FanDuel and I am locked in this week on the pay per view in Arizona. Jake Paul against Anderson Silva, the problem child against the spider, the odds for this fight right now are pretty close. Jake Paul is at minus one 90 to win. Anderson Silva, a plus one 52 underdog. I like Jake Paul. I think Jake for all his critics is becoming a pretty good boxer. And even though Anderson Silva has that win over Julio César Chávez junior. I just don't like a 47 year old Anderson Silva against a 25 year old Jake Paul. I just think there's too many physical factors in the column of Jake Paul. And I think he wins the spy to take Jake Paul to win at minus one night. If you want to get a little bit of money out of this, if you want to up your odds, look at Jake Paul by knockout. Jay Paul has shown some fantastic power throughout his boxing career. He stopped Tyron Woodley with a one punch knockout in their last flight. Silva, again, has been a durable guy in MMA, but he's 47 years old. And this is an 8 round fight. I don't know if this fight ends with one punch in the way that Jake has stopped woodley and Ben Askren and Nate Robinson. It could also end with Jake just wearing down an older silver, but either way, I think this fight ends with a Jake Paul knockout.

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SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

04:53 min | Last month

"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"So I think there needs to be kind of a loosening of the reins, get the ego out of the situation, make a co promotional deal, and then make a fight, that is one of, if not the most marketable fight you can make in all of boxing today. The eagle, you said it, I think the people that are involved have big, big eagles. And fighters, of course, we have big eagles because that's what it takes to get in the ring. But the people in the suits, what are their eagles about? They don't want to work with other people across the street because of what? Oh, it's childish. It's immature. It's not, it's not good business. They could say that they don't have the following or the audience or they don't have the subscriptions the zone doesn't. But what have they done? Like you said, what has showtime done? What HBO is out of business or else I would have brought them up. What have they done? What are the numbers they're pulling? What stars are they making? Tank right now is a bona FIDE star. But he's not selling over 500,000 pay per views. He's a nobody is at this point. No, but that's my point. Exactly. Showtime has done a really good job at building tank into the pay per view star. A damn good job. But he's not in the over three, 400,000. Nobody. If you probably nobody ever will be again. If the pay per view numbers for wilder. Ryan García will be. We'll see. We'll see. I mean, look, those days may be gone forever. We don't know if the million plus pay per view buys. My point in all this is that showtime has spent a lot of time and a lot of money investing and building javonte Davis. Zone has spent a lot of time and a lot of money investing in building Ryan García. Neither network should be excluded. And they don't have to be because you can make a deal that will make everybody happy.

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SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

01:42 min | Last month

"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"Like these are big cards, Kevin, that we can probably count on, whereas in men's boxing, I don't know if we can count on this. Exactly. Can you name one big fight that you can count on next year besides Führer you sick I'm counting on. That's going to happen. Those two want to fight each other. But other than that, I can't think think of anything at this point. I'm really disappointed in fury, right? And why the hell is he fighting Derek Chisora? Terrible fight he's already destroyed him twice. Now we're doing it in a third time. And I don't understand what the nonsense he's been doing this. He's retired. He's under retired. He's putting deadlines on AJ putting deadlines on us, and now he comes up with this fight, which is a weak fight and it's a who cares fight. So the women, the women are totally opposite that. What did claressa shield say after the fight? You know, ask her she would give Marshall rematch. She said, well, if the public wants it, I'll do it. That's the answer. That is the answer. And that's what women say all the time. And I think we're going to have a lot more unification fights. You know, we could have at that flyweight level. We could have, you know, a junior flyweight and a flyweight, you know, undisputed champions, then fighting each other, right? I mean, that is a possibility for the second half of next year. Hey, why not, you know, why not invest in that and put more money into it? I think the promoters or the hold up here. I'd be all for running that whole women's boxing card back into trite. Do that at little Caesar's arena or the MGM Grand out there, something big and run that whole card back because you've got claressa, Alicia, run it all back, everybody gets rich, everybody's interested once again, I'd be on board with some method. Football season is heating

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SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

04:59 min | Last month

"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"This is boxing with Chris Manning. Now somebody punch him in the face. Anthony Joshua is a composed and ferocious finisher. Watch this. Hosted by SI's Chris mannix. That was my moment. Now with interviews, analysis and everything going on in the world of boxing. When you have talent, you are given another chance. Here's Chris mannix. All right. I'm gonna be in a bad. Kevin, I only this year. Yahoo sports, jamel herring, the former 130 pound champion ESPN broadcaster. There's a lot of good things I want to talk about in boxing fellows, but I've had one of those days and we're recording this on Thursday afternoon. And my optimism for arrow Spence Terrence Crawford has never been lower. My optimism for tank Davis against Ryan García has never been lower. We're just back on that endless hamster wheel of boxing where we get excited about stuff and then we're back down once again. I hate it. I hate it. I mean, actually jamelle let me put this to you first. You had you've been close with Terrence for a number of years. You used to be in his camp. What do you think of all this? This is a fight obviously, not going to happen in November. And February, even though that's kind of a penciled end date, still not etched in stone at this point. Are you surprised that we're here right now? No, I mean, no, like I said, I'm actually close to both arrow and bud and all this, but as a fight fan, I will say that it's definitely disappointing. It was definitely disappointing because this fight is one of the first. It's probably one of the most intense but the fights, but it's like one of the most never happened in vice ever when every time every time we think we're getting close, we get pushed back ten, you know, ten steps backwards. So it is frustrating, but hopefully it was no guarantee in February, but we shall see. Kevin, you know what's interesting is that, like, guaranteed money, which often holds up big fights, is not the issue here. Like from what I understand, neither one of these guys is taking a guarantee. They're just taking the big percentages of the purse split. It's something else. There's other ancillary issues that seem to be holding this thing up.

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SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

05:42 min | 2 months ago

"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"I do use my reach a lot of times I'm in the mix on inside. It's just how being confident in what you're doing. Whether it's the inside or the outside. Is there a particularly difficult type of fighter or an opponent that, you know, when you have that kind of height, it's just difficult to fight against, whether it's a much smaller guy or a nimble guy or what's the most difficult kind of opponent for you. I don't really have a difficult point. Just how I'm going to fight that fight. How am I going to use to win the fight? For you, what's happened for you the last few years? Because I watched you coming up the pro ranks. I remember watching the draw that you had back in 2019. You're obviously good, but after watching that fight and some fights for it, I don't know where this guy is going to go. And then in the last year or so, you know, you've showcased incredible power that went over Ericsson lubin was as impressive as they get. One of the best fights that we've seen in the year. What's changed for you the last couple of years, if anything? Rheumatoid. We're still 20 years old when we fuck Clark. You know, I still think I won that fight, of course. But we were still young, you know? A lot of these kids are at 20 years old. They're still fighting people calling three or one in three barely having any fights. Fairly fighting a 6 rounder. And we were already finding a ten rounder. So we're growing. When we're turning more, we're now at 25, we're ready to fight for a title. Everything's lining up now. You mentioned your sister is a pro boxer. She's fighting on this card as well. Do you like that? Does it give you something else to worry about? How do you feel about having your sister fight in your card? I'm excited. I'm excited, you know? She works every camp with me. You know, she's working just as hard, so for her to have this platform to fight on it. It's something she deserves. How does it work there? Do you watch her fight beforehand? Do you have to focus on yours? How does that work for you? I could do both. I could do both. Of course I want to see it. I want to see her fight. It's like watching a good movie and then not seeing the ending. I have to see the ending. I can understand that. I think it'd be impossible to not watch at that point. You are the interim title holder at one 54, the WBC belt. Obviously jamel Charlotte has all the titles at one 54. I mean, do you think he's ever going to fight you? Are you anticipating fighting for a vacant belt someday? Will you wait for a world title shot or go up to one 60? What's kind of your plan over the next year? Well, we'll see what he does after this fight, but hopefully we do get tough fight with them, you know? But I'm not him because the business part of boxing. But we do want to fight him because he's right now he's considered the best one 54. And I like to have that title for myself. If you were him, would you fight him? Would you fight you, I should say. I don't know. You know, 6 foot 6 guys pretty, pretty crazy in the wake class, but you know what? With my mentality, yeah. I like to fire everybody. All right, Sebastian, I want to hit you with some rapid fire questions for a new segment on the show that we are calling the standing 8 count. And the first question is the greatest fighter of all time is who?

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SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

04:36 min | 2 months ago

"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"5, 5, 5, 6, and then all of a sudden I grew up to like 6, 6 feet. Were you an athlete at that point? I mean, I know your parents were boxers. It runs in the family, but were you playing other sports around then? No, only boxing. I was only doing boxing this whole time. So it was cool. It was pretty cool to learn everybody else told them teachers already so. When I would get in trouble, they were probably looked up to me and nagged me from that way. But you must have had a basketball coach come up to you and be like, let's go. Let's play. Every school, every square went to middle school, high school, they always always told me. So, but you know, I never really cared for a sports stuff. So you never even wanted to try it and everyone to go in that direction. I can't even dribble a basketball. So what was it about boxing them? I mean, was it just that your father did it, your mother did it? Obviously your siblings are involved in it, was it just that it's the family business? Well, I saw that they're having fun with it. They're having fun with that. And I was like, well, I want to try. I want to do something fun as well. So that's how it all started. You know, watching them do it wanting to be like them and you look up to them, you want to get them as well. So that's what came from it, you know? And then I started enjoying myself and started winning, you know? At like 13, 14, or I knew I wanted to do it as a career. And we just continue to do it. And this is what came out of it. How good were your parents in the boxing ranks? Well, my mother only competed at amateur. She had a couple of 5 amateur, she won every 5 though. I'll tell you that. And then my father, he got to the professionals, but then he had my older brother, so that's I think the real bit his career. But he was also very talented from I remember. What your mother must love the way women's boxing is taking off now.

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SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

04:54 min | 2 months ago

"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"Hondura is here undefeated junior middleweight contender on October 8th. He will be back facing former title challenger Carlos ocampo in Southern California that's a fight you can see on showtime and the towering inferno joins me on the show. First of all, one of the best nicknames in all of boxing, I think. Tell me about where the nickname came from. My nickname came from a movie, but it came from the idea of my promoter Samson the script. What did you think when he branded you that? I don't really care for it. I was like, eh, whatever. It's kind of making fun of me, but you know, later on in my career, I figured out it did fit well because the towing because the height and then the furniture is the way we fight. You thought that would was like making fun of you in a way? A little bit a little bit. Samson likes to joke a lot, so. Yeah, I took it as a ticket and offense. He does like the joke a lot. That's for sure. All right, scale of one to ten, one being incredibly easy, ten being the hardest thing you have ever done. How difficult is it for you to make weight for every fight? One, and so one. That's the one. That's incredible. I can just wait. It's not a problem. That's wild, man. You're 6 foot 6, and you're making one 54 at a level of one. That easy. That easy. Apparently easy, all I have to do is do a workout. I'm fine. I'll be solid on my weight. So like a week or so before your fight, how close are you to one 54? Probably walking out like one 6th straight up, four pounds off, 6 months off. 5, maybe. If you had to squeeze down to welterweight again, could you do it? Of course. Of course. But right now, I want a champ, I want to take my chance to win a belt at one 54 because that's how I've been doing my hair career. I mean, does it surprise you that it's that easy? For some athletes, it's incredibly easy, right? Like I work with Sergio Moro, who tells me all the time. Like, I can't keep weight on. I can't keep weight on. I've been retired for 5 years. I'm like at one 75 right now. Does it? I mean, is it surprised you at all? How easy it is to get down to that one 54? I think it's just the metabolism, you know? And then the training on top of that, you know, we're always sweating, but our metabolism is a priority fast. That's probably why. So how much do you pay attention

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SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

04:15 min | 2 months ago

"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"Every person deserves another chance. We're all centers, manics. We're all. We're all freaking sinners, and especially in boxing the way we grow up, you know, there's nothing good around us, and that's our outlet. That's our getaway. And you could tell that it was just a bad decision. He lost out on millions. He's done a little comeback against whatever fighters. I think it's a good fight. I like that fight. I didn't even think of big baby mill. I was thinking just British. I was thinking about dealing white or a former Tyson Fury opponent like wallach or something. No. Yeah, auto walleen is fine, but Jerome Miller, I think, would certainly sell better. And you get a chance to be the guy that takes the O office resume, as you said, and I think it's good. I think if Jerome Miller can get one more win on his resume, then maybe early next year, you could do Jerome Miller against Joe Joyce, and it would give him another name for that resume. And if you're playing matchmaker for Joyce and trying to be calculating, Miller's only he's been pretty much inactive in four years, how many times does he fought? Three or four, I believe, was his last fight. It was the last big fight before the Joshua ban. So there you go, one once a year maybe, that he's fought against, well yeah, he had multiple years. Two years off, he came back, I believe, early this year to win those two fights, and now he's sort of on that comeback trail. On that subject of Miller, I do think he's paid a significant price. I would obviously never, ever advise anyone to get in the ring with him unless you're doing the most stringent drug testing in the history of boxing drug testing. But look, Jean Pascal is out there, and he's one win away from getting a chance to fight for the light heavyweight title. He tested positive. What was it a couple of years ago for three different band substances, real band subs as well. So if John Pascal is getting another bite at the apple Jerome Miller probably should as well. I agree. And that's why I'm not being extra hard on them. You can't just, you can't just say he's done, something's been doing since he was a kid just because he had one mistake. Like I said, we're all human. I had a few mistakes. That's not. We're all human, man. Well, I'm not here to back them up. What am I here to do? I mean, I know you're not. Again, a year after the AG stuff, again, I think it was one of the jury forest in that fight. He got busted again is wild. All right, look, like I said, that's an addiction. I'm giving you my opinion. I'm not saying the commission should do it, whatever. I'm giving you my opinion because I feel sorry for him as a fighter because I know that he's invested so much time and effort to stay undefeated to be relevant to get the title shot to finally start making something real serious money and like a fucking idiot, you go and cheat, but then again you start to think how many years has he been cheating for how long has he been doing it then in taints the entire resume and the name? Oh, a 100%. You know, just like Lance Armstrong, you can't even talk about that name without just getting disgusted by steroids, you know?

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SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

04:25 min | 3 months ago

"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"Fast, which I don't matter to everybody. It's fun to combine multiple bets from the same game into a same game parlay and you can discover the most popular SGP's each day right when you log in. If you are new, just download the FanDuel sportsbook app to get started now, sign up with the promo code boxing so they know I sent you promo code boxing so they know I sent you. This is boxing with Chris Manning. Now somebody punch him in the face. Is a composed and ferocious finisher. Watch this. Hosted by SI's Chris mannix. That was my moment. Now with interviews, analysis and everything going on in the world of boxing. When you have talent, you are given another chance. Here's Chris mannix. And we are back. Sort of back. Boxing with charismatics, part of the volume sports, podcast network. I am officially

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SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"That I mean, he certainly was worth every single penny they paid him and probably more. And probably more. And it was, you know, for me, when lamps went, you know, off the grid, so to speak at HBO and HBO boxing, it was a real loss because he was just he was just as important to that night as the two fighters. You know, you couldn't wait to see him. He set the table at the beginning and the other thing was, again, like we were talking about commercials after the fight's over. The networks would be running to a commercial. After the flight's over at HBO, you go to the center of the ring. And merchant and lampley are there. And merchant may be doing as crazy thing with, you know, who knows who, but why is there and he is deconstructing that fight with a scalpel? I mean, he is exacting in his analysis of it. And it's a pretty it's pretty formidable. You really can't find a lot of people who can do that back then like he did. They built some talented boxers over the years, but I say this as a broadcaster as well, but their broadcasting crew was excellent. Whether it was lampley all throughout Larry for many years, max taking over. I thought Emmanuel Stewart turned into one of in addition to one of the great trainers of all time, became I thought one of the great broadcasts of all time. I mean, he was tremendous. I don't know how much you got into his life and time at HBO, but I thought he before his passing had he was probably as good a broadcast versus it was a trainer at that point. Well, I think the other thing that that shows, I agree with you. And I think the other thing that shows is that HPO was constantly trying to figure out new ways to cover the sport and new ways to create a narrative for the sport, both for the fight and for the larger context of boxing. I think they really cared about boxing as an institution, not just, you know, okay, let's throw this fight on. They were a big part of it. Some went might argue too big a part of it. But I think their dedication loyalty to sport was particularly in the late 70s in the 80s and early 90s was without beer. No question. Before I let you go, we talked about the beginning of HBO, the middle of HBO. The end was for lack of a better word kind of sad where they were relatively inactive over the last couple of years and they kind of quietly go off the air in December of 2018. What did you learn about kind of the end of HBO and what prompted them to get out of the business? Well, you know, the current leadership at HBO will always be correcting me because HBO sports technically hasn't died. There's real sports. There's hard knocks and there's still HBO sports documentaries. But I think that the HBO that you and I grew up around, I think that we started to see the warning signs at the end of last century because they had Wimbledon. They gave up Wimbledon, which was really painful for their employees of HBO sports. We talked about what happened with boxing. And they didn't have look when you're spending a $140 million on band of brothers and a season of Sopranos or let alone Game of Thrones. My gosh, the most expensive series HBO has ever done..

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SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"boxing" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"The oscars. I don't know i really don't i couldn't answer. I mean you'd have to ask oscar. Because i don't know what's going on oscar's head like i i mean i'll say asper tonight in alaska but i don't know i mean what i see is oscar as oscar de la. Hoya is a potential good promotional partner. What i mean promotional partner. I don't mean in the sense of a boxing promoter. I mean someone that is an ambassador and promoted sport and someone that has star power more than other maybe more than some other fighters that have gone on to be more involved in the sport on the business side. So but i. But i can't say what i mean i think part of it is let's see let's see what july looks like and and i think i think it certainly would be a case by case it's like saying if holyfield you know looks good against kevin mcbride. Does mike tyson circle back. And is there a third holyfield-tyson so you have this job. You are also a boxing manager. Are you going to be able to continue on in dual roles. Yeah i am and what people asking that question and the truth of the matter. The bottom line is this. This isn't a venture of in company. There are no fighters under contract. It's really like working for an event company. That does one off events like i said it would be very hard pressed other than the jake paul's than some of these anchors. Right that are that are in a different place. You're not going to see the traditional boxing. Promotional model and look most of my fighters are signed in long-term deals with other promoters. In fact where you right now. I'm in boston. Headed to florida though on friday morning. Right so you'll see one of my up and coming prospects erin. The alien king. Aponte fighting on dmitri is android williams card. I saw on the canal. Show right that's right a couple of months ago. that's right february twenty seventh so look. He's on the matching show match. Has has been killing it. Throughout this pandemic i mean. They started off slow but they've come on. Strong in zone has been between matchroom domestically and in the uk now in his own being worldwide and golden boy shows. I mean you've had ryan garcia january second you've had to cannella shows the third canola shows may as so to answer your question as a manager. I can easily flip into that mode. Where i'm excited. That eddie hearn's giving and aponte the opportunity to showcase himself on on zone in front of that core boxing audience you know. It's very important for errands. Development and i have sanders is the following week on. Espn plus on top rank..

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