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"riddick bowe" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

01:39 min | 4 months ago

"riddick bowe" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"What Alvin did nothing to pawn shop or doctor of that sound that's exactly how that sounded pop like Riddick Bowe never did anything that amazing in the ring and I say that about a guy what thought was a great fighter we both kind of came off the rails my man Rick no offense that he was a great heavy weight early in his career but that exchange was one of most amazing things ever saw him do I don't know what was more impressive that one two combination but the fact that Donald did go down go find it look it up now that suppressor I don't know that's gonna sell tickets because there's no way that he lands a better combination during the actual fight then he didn't press her anyway Wilder did not sound like he appreciated fury suggestion that it was fury who made Wilder famous and not the other way around quote don't he dare ever say he got me the big time boxing but not with the he got me to big time boss you know I almost don't don't you when I found you you would you would you got a cold when I found you you would you would like a big help playing about killing yourself so don't welcome to big time by that's wrong now again somewhere bomb squad when I found you you were strung out on coke when I found you you're as big as a house any and more good we don't and I'm going to put.

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"riddick bowe" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"riddick bowe" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Know the weather's this much of this much so it doesn't really change the way I at least for me the way I approach it every single day and just block that I'm just keep getting better Doug Peterson says this long hot summer he will be managing the work load of this franchise quarterback you know we're gonna continue to moderate he's obviously you know the doors great things like we do with all our players but with quarterbacks we you know we've always monitor throws every day you know just to kind of keep it down as much as we can and now we don't want fatigue anybody's arm or anything like that but really no limitations players and coaches around here said the same thing by every measure Carson Wentz is leaner and stronger ready to go but in this town is only one measurement that counts is Carson Wentz around in December to take this team to the playoffs good question Louis Riddick Bowe buying big gone when she was on goal going go it's all about cars and be like a point guard this year he's a he's gonna just be he's gonna be more Magic Johnson I like to say than Michael Jordan right so just distribute the ball you've got weapons all over the field be like Nick falls a little bit distribute the football get out your hands quick under two and a half seconds don't take any unnecessary hits don't be like Jordan where every place to be a highlight reel yeah that's all and that's what they're telling him if he stays on the field and he stays healthy is a run where the MVP wow that's as hot take if you will giants quarterback Eli manning as Thursday about Odell Beckham junior telling G. Q. that he was the reason the giants were still in prime time he said quote I don't think they bothered me those words manning told the NFL network you just kind of shake your head laugh I won a few games before he was here yeah like two super bowls while BJ's only playoff game was his worst as a pro back on the whole on his new teammates I know that you know what I would usually do it on my own and I sit.

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"riddick bowe" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"riddick bowe" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"Aftermath show now that the fighters have fought in the dust has settled we start to accede other questions will we get. The big fight. Will we get that super fight or will it go down in history, repeating history as that great fight that we never got similar to? A UK heavyweight versus an American heavyweight that just never happen. On today's episode we're going to discuss the fight that never happened with Riddick Bowe and Lennox Lewis. But the WBZ heavyweight champion Deontay wilder wants to assure everyone that a potential unification with Anthony Joshua will not play out in the same fashion as the failed heavyweight negotiations in the nineteen nineties. Cracker between Riddick Bowe and Lennox Lewis. Now Boeing Lewis had history Bowen Lewis faced each other in the amateurs. Their story is more interlocked than Anthony, Josh Wendy on say wilder. But what they didn't have was the demand of the public, what they didn't have was social media, forcing certain fights. Pushing them in the right direction the fight that we demand is Anthony Joshua versus the anti wilder. We want it now. We don't want history to repeat itself. We don't wanna be in the same situation as I were pass. Boxing, fans ten twenty years ago even more if so. Where two men that were linked since the amateurs that faced each other's in the amateurs, ended up never fighting Riddick Bowe did the unthinkable and through his WBZ belt in the trash. And again, while assuring us that is not going to be the case. Shelly Finkel assuring us that he and John skipper Orrin opened the Goshi ations while letting us know in his post fight that this will get done. When everything is private. No news is good news. They say, but I say to you, Michael gross. This should better not end up being Louis Boba. Let me get on to my co host, you know, the number to call in one, four to five.

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"riddick bowe" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"riddick bowe" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"I don't expect Freddie Roach to say that but. But at the same time, I think I think it'll be an entertaining because a good fight. I like the fact that it's at MGM grand where I've seen a gazillion fights as you have run. What's the best fight you ever? Saw it MGM grand MGM grand. I'm going to go. Oh, I'm gonna go here. George foreman. Michael Moore George Foreman was getting pounded for ten rounds. I sorta wanted Michael Moore because he was left handed I'm left handed. So I if so if I have no other reason to root for somebody. I'll go with a left handed guy until until I think it was round ten where where George Foreman was just sizing him up for ten rounds. And then crushed in with a right hand and became the heavyweight champion of the world George Foreman in the knockout of Michael Moore. Now, the ear Bite Fight November of ninety seven was Mike Tyson of Andrew Holyfield. I mean that was that was the most historic certainly that was not a good fight. That was a Tyson was on his way out, and if Holyfield's ear Bite Fight that was at the GM grand. Guidon gar. The parachute guy went down that was fan, man. That was made it Bo. Yes. That was out killed himself. Jim Miller from him Harrison, by the way, this is Jim Miller was fan, man. His family still here. Probably I hope I would imagine Jim Henderson. And so we're we're it was Riddick Bowe against a vendor Holyfield at Caesar's palace, obviously outdoors because and I used to joke for a long time after that sane. But when Jim Miller was still alive. So we're still Jokela like, oh, why don't we hold the outdoor fight? So Feynman could come in. Instead of these indoor fights didn't have the same appeal the outdoor fights at Caesars had a tremendous appeal at that time because fan men could drop in and because of because Marvin Hagler would have to it would be cold in November, and.

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"riddick bowe" Discussed on The MMA Beat

The MMA Beat

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"riddick bowe" Discussed on The MMA Beat

"And then took the van to the ER. This is a guy who's just hard. He just drives forward. Right. He was fighters are their own worst atom in particular, max Holloway is a dog. Right. That was not a good decision to try to cut down to try to fade. He'll be about five days notice. He did it because he's a warrior right and wanted to be company men. So this is how do you know, you feel better? If people could say, well, it's like sort of having a cold, you know, even have a cold. You know, when you don't okay, I get the he doesn't feel as bad as he felt that you twenty six, but to your point how do we know that the wait cook re trigger all of these symptoms? That's the biggest question for me. It's like dude tomorrow is a massive massive day for that pay per view. Do you think he's gonna get through unscathed or he makes it and that shows up in the fight or to what extent you think this is going to have the dot cleared at all? No, I think he will. And I hope I'm really dying to see his fight. My issue is is that is that. Wait could can make all these problems come up again or make them more. They're definitely not helping that's for sure. Deteriorates health. I think we are going to see some sort of repercussions from that wake good. I don't think that'll be significant enough to affect them in the fight. And that'd be a determining factor. But for sure I think we're gonna see I it's going to affect them. I mean the max holy that you saw by Dustin Poirier when he first came in the UC's a lot different than the maximum. We we see today. I saw max Holloway in person when he was gonna fight Habib. And he was looking a lot bigger huge match. Always big dude in. You know, he's gotten older he's already in his mid twenties. We know the body changes from your teeth to twenty. So I do think he's gonna make it. I hope he's going to make it. But there has to be some repercussions doesn't make it. I know they have not a McConnell standby, but my condo or take a two is not your pay per view made it out. Okay. You bump up the win. But still that hurts the card significantly those. I feel like why is me Brian Campbell, and Brian Torrey tea steady Ortega, the only people that seem to really care about Max's health, and maybe just on. What about the what about the argument that he the medicals that's fine? But when you have something that severe happened to you what he had in July slurring his speech just not there. And there's no explanation for it. I don't know about you. But this place I'm going is back into a cage to fight on. Maybe saying, okay, I'm going to give up my belt move up in weight. I'm gonna take a year off. I'm going to just make sure I'm okay, what if Holloway makes wait he goes out there. Just not the same guy gets knocked out. I've seen fighters before the age of thirty become washed become sort of punch drunk to realize so Riddick Bowe that former heavyweight champion in boxing age twenty eight done just done as a fighter in some ways as a person. And it's sad. I don't know if that's max. But I'm seeing things that scare me. And I don't think that UFC should rush back here. This quick. I was very surprised when this fight this book for the table any other questions about max, maybe unrelated to this. But related to the fight that you have circulating in your brain. Letting those are the main concerns great style match up popey southeast of the year. I mean, this could be an instant classic does benefit him. But not in the kind of. Where you would blow him blow through Ortega? So if you do have a fully healthy max shops to Richard man from fight metric put together article on ESPN, and of course, on five metrics usually financial stats. It's just really good match from ax in many ways, but bright Ortega's been a bad..

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"riddick bowe" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"riddick bowe" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"When I interviewed him in the Catskills at custom mottos house, and he came down with a pair of sunglasses on that were reminiscent of Jim McMahon. So we had these funky shades on and I go, hey, you looking like Jim McMahon. Yes. No, it he had no idea who boxers that. It's changed a little bit because now in this country, at least a lot of. Are boxers the heavyweights anyway, our guys who did not succeed in other sports and they've got into boxing afterwards. But but in the old days, even Tyson days boxing is so singular the boxers are so laser focused everything else seems to them like a game. I've I've done a lot who pay any attention to other sports. They don't even know what other sports are about. And BUSTER didn't do much after that. He had his L BUSTER got paid a lot in the he got paycheck at that time in the history of sports after that fight twenty four million get paid for the Tyson fight one point two. Okay. And then he got my million. And then he lost to Holyfield Holyfield. Yeah. Eight months later. I think Holyfield is underrated. In the history of the sport. I think of Andrew Holyfield is one who he jumped up in weight. He took lunch eve the Tyson fight him the bo-. I mean, he I think look that heavyweight mix in the nineties which at the time, we didn't really appreciate you got Riddick Bowe who had tremendous skills and was enormous an Lennox Lewis, and evanger Holyfield and Mike Tyson. And you know for one day, at least, you know, Buster Douglas and a few other guys in that mix. It was a tremendous mix and the round Robin of those tourists. I mean, the fact that Lennox Lewis Riddick Bowe never fought his pros. I mean, that's a discredit the special and ING Lewis entice and don't fight until their mid thirty. Well, voided Lewis. I think yes, I wouldn't want. If Tyson wanted against point is that these things didn't happen. They should've happened. But yeah with Holyfield remember, those those Bowe fights. I mean, those were huge events outdoors. But Holyfield wasn't a big guy from the standpoint of no Riddick Bowe. You know, if you're going to look at the whole trilogy Riddick Bowe dominates him. Yeah. And then Riddick Bowe. You know goes off and joins the marine stuff happens. You know, there's always the PA. I'm having weird flashbacks though, right out, Dan. Because I'm remembering the first time. I was ever live on sportscenter. You were hosting. Oh, and I was covering the Yankees Rangers division series in one thousand nine hundred sixty I was so scared. So scared to be a live TV for the first time, especially talking to you. And I got John Burkett sitting next to me a standing next to the and he just won the game for the Rangers. And I said to him. I'm so nervous, John. If I ask you a question, I'm gonna ask you a question, please give me a long answer. I don't know if I could sit at a second question is like really really I'm like really he gave the longest answer in the his-. I will always love John Burke, not only three hundred bowler. It's great eight the longest answer in the history sports there because I was too nervous to talk. Dan. Patrick live on TV. I'm Jeremy shabby SPA love. Oh, we used to make time still do what you okay who has a longer delivery you or more Schwartz. See I think I've adjusted over the year ever know all these little too long to that were stretching it out a little bit and milking and piano music here. I, you know, sometimes it strings and. It's your kind livery, you know, doing that kind of storytelling obviously than than highlight driven stuff. Look, I'm not blowing smoke. I got to say the first day. I was ever Addy SPN working for the company. It was the fall of ninety three. I walked in there. I was doing a piece and it was the old newsroom, and you were doing some Sunday. It was a Sunday night. You were doing some highlight. I don't think you've been at a shot sheet in front of you, and you popped it into one of the old decks it was at nine years game. And it was flawless. I mean, nobody could do that the way that you did it it. It scared me because I'm like t's I want to do this..

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"riddick bowe" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"riddick bowe" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"When I interviewed him in the Catskills at customs house, and he came down with a pair of sunglasses on that were reminiscent of Jim McMahon. So we had these funky change on right? And I go. Hey, you're looking like Jim McMahon. Yes. No. He had no idea who boxers that. It's changed a little bit because now in this country, at least a lot of our. Boxers the heavyweights anyway, our guys who did not succeed in other sports, and they got into boxy afterwards. But but in the old days Tyson days boxing is so singular the boxers are so laser focus everything else seems them like a game. I don't pay any attention to other sports. They they don't even know what other sports are about. And BUSTER didn't do much after that. He had his BUSTER. You got paid a lot in the he. Paycheck at that time in the history of sports at that fight twenty four million get paid for the Tyson fight one point two. Okay. And then he got a million than any loss to Holyfield Holyfield, eight months later, I think Holyfield is underrated. In the history of the sport. I think of Andrew Holyfield is one who jumped up and wait he the Tyson fight the boat. I mean, he I think look that heavyweight mix in the nineties which at the time, we didn't really appreciate you got Riddick Bowe who had tremendous skills and was enormous and Lennox Lewis, and vendor Holyfield and Mike Tyson and for one day lease, you know, Buster Douglas and a few other guys in that mix. It was a tremendous mix and the round Robin to those torments. I mean, the fact that Lennox Lewis Riddick Bowe never fought his pros. I mean, that's a discredit the Spence embarrassing Lewis entice and don't fight until their mid thirty. Well lewis. I think I I wouldn't want if Tyson wanted against these things didn't happen, and they should have happened. But yes, Holyfield remember those those Bowe fights. I mean, those were huge events outdoors. Holyfield wasn't a big guy from the standpoint of Riddick Bowe. If you're going to look at the whole trilogy Riddick Bowe dominates. Yeah. And then Riddick Bowe. You know goes off and joins the marinas and crazy stuff happens. You know? There's always the PA. I'm having weird flashbacks though, right out, Dan. Because I'm remembering the first time. I was ever live on sportscenter. You were hosting. Oh, I was covering the Yankees Rangers division series nineteen Ninety-six. I was so scared. So scared to be a live TV for the first time, especially talking to you. And I got John Burkett sitting next to me a standing next to the and he just won the game for the Rangers. And I said, I'm so nervous John. If I ask you a question, I'm going to ask you a question, please give me a long answer. Because I don't know if I could spit out a second question is like really really really he gave the longest answer in the his. I will always love John Burke, not only three hundred bowler at the longest answering. The history sports are because I was too nervous to talk to Dan Patrick live on TV. I'm Jeremy shabby SPA love that we used to make. Time. They'll do. But you okay, who has a longer delivery you or Mark Schwartz. See I think I've adjusted over the years. A little too long to that were stretching it out a little bit and milking and piano music here. Eat on sometimes it strings and. Live read doing that kind of storytelling obviously than than highlight driven stuff. Look, I'm not blowing smoke. I gotta say the first day. I was ever at ESPN working for the company who's the fall of ninety three. I walked in there. I was doing a piece, and it was the old news room. And you were doing some Sunday. It was a Sunday night. You were doing some highlight. I don't think you even at a shot sheet in front of you, and you popped it into one of the old Dax niner's game. And he was flawless. I mean, nobody could do that the way that you did it. It scared me because I'm like jeeze I want to do this. I can never do that. So I'm like, I'll do each your pieces with long deliveries and win win win.

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"riddick bowe" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"riddick bowe" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"From wilder, but while the true to form was swinging wild and throwing haymakers and miss thing. And when he did that. Tyson fury responded by catching them with a couple of punches including a straight a straight shot while while there was coming in. I forgot what it was with the right of the left hand, but he caught him coming in and it stunned while the for a second and coy gave him 'cause to pause then after that he looked completely exhausted and didn't have much less. So as a result Tyson fury was able to survive the ramp. And I gotta tell you something we used survive around like that you deserve a lot of credit. You really really did. I mean, it brought thoughts to mind when Riddick Bowe who was in attendance had dropped Holyfield and outside. Outside even drop Holyfield. He had caught Holyfield with up with a with a uppercut, and holy feel wing still wobbling straight across the ring because he was stunned and almost senseless and Riddick Bowe was pummeling him, but he wouldn't fall. But then the next thing, you know, before the round ended Holyfield standing toe to toe with them and start throwing punches back. It was that ferocious it was that special except in this case Siri did it after getting off the campus. He actually fell and got up. It was a lot of hot Tyson fury deserves a lot of credit for it. And a lot of respect from everybody including Deontay wilder, which he has. I thought he was the better boxer while there was clearly the better puncher, and what it had me thinking was what will wild to do if you had to go up against Anthony Joshua it at eight say ESPN, that's number.

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"riddick bowe" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"riddick bowe" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"Yelling is almost not even looking at him at this juncture, but something happens something. Click something snaps and jumps over the cage, and he jumps towards Danis and by now you know about the brawl the Malay security getting involved and everyone's paying attention to what's happening there outside the cage. And I'm thinking at this moment, this is shades of Riddick Bowe vs Andrew Golota when there was a massive brawl and people were sent to the hospital and chairs were thrown, and it was one of the ugliest scenes in the history of boxing, and that's what I was afraid of in that moment, this is going to be horrendous. This is going to be a tragedy. This is going to get really serious. And in hindsight, I think two things needs to be said about why it did not get so serious. A, I think the u. of c. was prepared. I think the UFC made a conscious effort to keep as many members of Connor team in the back. A lot of people weren't allowed to come back including Connor security team, Elliott. Those. Was in the back. A lot of people were left in the back because they didn't want many members of the team there so that something like this wouldn't happen, so they need. They need to be given credit for perhaps for seeing that something could happen. Emotions are high and and I think it could have been worse having not done that. Now you could make a case like Connor security teams should've been there maybe to protect them, but they only allowed x. amount of people. Okay, fine. I also think the fact that it was a very pro Connor crowd stop this from spilling into the crowd and becoming a Connor fan base for sedate beat fan base brawl like it was when Riddick Bowe fought. If you have not seen that, you should go and check it on YouTube. It's one of the ugliest scenes just to give you sense at how bad this could have been. Everyone there is kind of pro Connor for the most part known was really fighting. There were some scenes I saw outside in the concourse. It definitely got it wasn't like one hundred percent pro Connor, but it could have been worse if it was like sixty forty fifty fifty right while everyone is paying attention to that Connors left essentially unattended in the cage, and that's when members of Habib's team go in there. And that's when he gets lit up and that's when punches are thrown. And that's when it really gets ugly. And yeah, this has been compared, and I made the comparison to the strikeforce brawl back in two thousand ten in Nashville, Jake shields versus Dan Henderson. The big difference between this event and that event was that that one was contained indicates fans weren't involved right, or weren't endanger will unfortunately, this event it spilled out and fans were endanger. But luckily as of right now, no serious injuries have been reported. And so this whole thing plays out and Dana white is there and Daniel Cormie as they're trying to calm down Habib Luke Rockall does they're trying to calm down eventually, Connor is escorted out by security. And eventually Habib is quoted out and Habib's rob of the moment that he has been waiting for where they nounce and still put the belt around his ways. And calm champion. After beating his rival, he's robbed them own because they annoyed says the fans are gonna explode. If they give him the belt and he walks out just leave. He fought for it. Korean rock said, just leave. You want. It's all good. And then it ends with essentially Bruce buffer in this surreal scene announcing the winner by himself in the cage and then walking off in a century, the show's over. And so a few things to note. First of all. I thought the UFC did a poor job of showing what was happening. I understand that they're the ones producing this. I understand that this is a pay per view of it, and they're the head of production. But if you compare it to Bogota you compare it to the the palace incident the mouse at the palace, the pistons Pacers back in the day. You compare it to the strikeforce event. They did their very best to not show what was happening..

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"riddick bowe" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"riddick bowe" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"Yelling is almost not even looking at him at this juncture, but something happens something. Click something snaps and jumps over the cage, and he jumps towards Danis and by now you know about the brawl the Malay security getting involved and everyone's paying attention to what's happening there outside the cage. And I'm thinking at this moment, this is shades of Riddick Bowe vs Andrew Golota when there was a massive brawl and people were sent to the hospital and chairs were thrown, and it was one of the ugliest scenes in the history of boxing, and that's what I was afraid of in that moment, this is going to be horrendous. This is going to be a tragedy. This is going to get really serious. And in hindsight, I think two things needs to be said about why it did not get so serious. A, I think the u. of c. was prepared. I think the UFC made a conscious effort to keep as many members of Connor team in the back. A lot of people weren't allowed to come back including Connor security team, Elliott. Those. Was in the back. A lot of people were left in the back because they didn't want many members of the team there so that something like this wouldn't happen, so they need. They need to be given credit for perhaps for seeing that something could happen. Emotions are high and and I think it could have been worse having not done that. Now you could make a case like Connor security teams should've been there maybe to protect them, but they only allowed x. amount of people. Okay, fine. I also think the fact that it was a very pro Connor crowd stop this from spilling into the crowd and becoming a Connor fan base for sedate beat fan base brawl like it was when Riddick Bowe fought. If you have not seen that, you should go and check it on YouTube. It's one of the ugliest scenes just to give you sense at how bad this could have been. Everyone there is kind of pro Connor for the most part known was really fighting. There were some scenes I saw outside in the concourse. It definitely got it wasn't like one hundred percent pro Connor, but it could have been worse if it was like sixty forty fifty fifty right while everyone is paying attention to that Connors left essentially unattended in the cage, and that's when members of Habib's team go in there. And that's when he gets lit up and that's when punches are thrown. And that's when it really gets ugly. And yeah, this has been compared, and I made the comparison to the strikeforce brawl back in two thousand ten in Nashville, Jake shields versus Dan Henderson. The big difference between this event and that event was that that one was contained indicates fans weren't involved right, or weren't endanger will unfortunately, this event it spilled out and fans were endanger. But luckily as of right now, no serious injuries have been reported. And so this whole thing plays out and Dana white is there and Daniel Cormie as they're trying to calm down Habib Luke Rockall does they're trying to calm down eventually, Connor is escorted out by security. And eventually Habib is quoted out and Habib's rob of the moment that he has been waiting for where they nounce and still put the belt around his ways. And calm champion. After beating his rival, he's robbed them own because they annoyed says the fans are gonna explode. If they give him the belt and he walks out just leave. He fought for it. Korean rock said, just leave. You want. It's all good. And then it ends with essentially Bruce buffer in this surreal scene announcing the winner by himself in the cage and then walking off in a century, the show's over. And so a few things to note. First of all. I thought the UFC did a poor job of showing what was happening. I understand that they're the ones producing this. I understand that this is a pay per view of it, and they're the head of production. But if you compare it to Bogota you compare it to the the palace incident the mouse at the palace, the pistons Pacers back in the day. You compare it to the strikeforce event. They did their very best to not show what was happening..

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"riddick bowe" Discussed on The Corner

The Corner

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"riddick bowe" Discussed on The Corner

"Network investing in boxing, I'm here fully Jose. Ramirez is a lot of guys on top rank can use the disability with. I happened to be on pay per view. Yeah, I guess right. Like to me when they're throwing the money at you anyway, it's hard to justify putting guys on paper like putting your biggest star on pay per view and not here want your cake and eat it too. I mean, pay per view is based. Okay. So what happens when the business a pay per view is you have to fighters who won a lot a lot of money. You have to be able to justify a lot of money. So you have a network bid on the paper view. Which is usually the promoter of the fighter anyway. So in the case of like a mini pack, Terence Crawford situation, you've got two guys are gonna want a lot of money, so that fight will probably go to pay per view because the money that they're getting from the network isn't going to be enough to pay the fighters, but you put it on paper view, then you can offset that cost would pay per view buys and the the promoted, the pay per view, and etcetera, etcetera. So there's reason for it still, but I think ultimately the goal is to make these guys visual enough. So when it's time for pay-per-view, you can actually pull one off. Tears crossing will be on pay per view again. But the goal is to have a fight three or four times a year, so then people are more familiar. It does nobody any favors we only see Terence Crawford fight light once or twice a year because you forget about you, keep them busy, put them in a situation like same chango. You put these guys a situation where they're in for a big fight against major name, like mortified Pac l. that's a paper of that won't be on ESPN plus because they know they can sell it. So just visibility and ability to fight more off visibly more dates. And you know having the backing of a network who is now heavily invested in combat sports with the UFC deal is good for all parts is an investment. It means a boxing is not dying. Man, like people keep saying, ship access, not dying. We gotta fight goddamn every week. It feels like. Swing if anything. Exactly. And we'll talk about one a major reason. Why? Because it feels like the heavyweight division is back. We have Deontay wilder talking about fighting Tyson fury. We have a looming fight against Anthony, Joshua out there. Josh was going to have his own test perfecting is this is the deepest heavyweight division. Since when if I task, if you had to put a year old man, I mean, this is the best the most healthy, the heavyweight division. It's been since probably midnight. Wow before both Klitschkos dominated. So you better than Clinton will push goal Lewis. Yeah. I mean, because Lewis include school was literally a passing of the guard, right? Like when when Lennox Lewis vitality, Klitschko and the tally damn near beat him except that cut overnight, which I'll never forget disgusting. But it was the passing of the guard and it was really nobody else there. But if you look back in the nineties where the mid nineties, where you had Riddick Bowe of Andhra Holyfield which is crazy. I love to do documentary on Riddick Bowe one day because he only lost one fighting's entire career. It was against Vander Holyfield. He only lost one fight. Riddick Riddick Bowe is one of the best heavyweights all the time and nobody ever talks about, but at any rate. But there were a lot of people you don't win. When Lennox was coming up, you know, you got knocked out by all of them or call. I mean you had Tyson was still lingering at the time. So the nineties was great. The two, thousands, it was like Cliquot got knocked up lame Brewster those crisper, but he was mad small. I could be a boots who watched out because he went to jail. And it wasn't that was there wasn't anybody else really in the two thousand. Now you got you got Parker, Joshua Clinton. I'm not something that close fury wilder. You got Miller sit on the outside. You gotta wear tease..

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"riddick bowe" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"riddick bowe" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Well you have to see the obviously from the beginning you could tell this guy was you know kids you play kids kids grew up playing madden or whatever on on on the xbox they don't have to clock manager game better than andy reid to call the timeouts and no one thank blinds galore for the sponsoring this half the shogo blinds dot com i sent you truecar's well go to truecar dot com and gyco well guess what you got a guy kodak calm so also there's a sports pod as well one of the guys that you chronicle that's sports in crime and sports riddick bowe big daddy undisputed champ those who don't know riddick bowe he had world wars with van holyfield anywhere and he was a big dude for that time in the heavyweight division and him and and and holyfield is went to war like back when they had real heavyweight baths probably about the end of their real heavyweights bow then the klitschkos came in there louis dominant to all to whatever jets it became a business too like they didn't wanna get hit like that but but riddick bowe and holyfield guys just wanna go look them up i think that a trilogy yeah it was brutal it was just it was just brutal areas kind of an interesting did duty did like a muhammad ali impersonation yeah he had a manager thought it was black that he was a jew please wasn't name rachel dole newman.

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"riddick bowe" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

Big Brown Breakdown

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"riddick bowe" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

"You know we we had him on here he called in through really right to switch on you round do colon's anymore i'll do corns on the b brown breakdown because we you know we have better system now those when we're at fox event holyfield called in i i thought it was just poor cell reception or i thought he snorkelling on a cell phone call on it but nope sleigh talks yep so we don't do anymore gases the bummer but it's it's do when you grew up watching some ii or watch when he fought riddick bowe and i was like man i watched the first five as a this is a louise these guys while i gotta just was insane about him i was like miss i thought them after that all his fights mass is a meeting riddick bowe to and then as i saw him just after he had lost the title and i was just like man and then he just started going downhill after that you undersize heavyweight to young he's not a big dues just don't work fine giant but has a he a he also put on too much muscle for his body ios weird you know if you the skeptical hope later today mr olympia who so is throughout surges like gave up to his ears i'm all where's your neck oh my god i love of vendors still do what do you are what's your whole take on this kind of all caught the money fight air or you can call the era of entertainment the entertainment air with the ufc now it's you know there's rankings but that's real it's really the wild wild west where everyone wants to london do this super fighting jumped this week class and do this because the just looking for these big kind of fights that are gonna sell and crossover to paper view and you know you see woodley going all vacate seventy all chase gsp and grow up there it's like we got work at seventy do home or our mac salary not so much but i i know you start by going to 55 now needs you know it all this started with conner almost it was this kind of dana goes i hear counter here's the keys to the riina nieto's cool man watch this and then here we are now i.

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"riddick bowe" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"riddick bowe" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"John lepuc tarred riddick bowe has a twitter account and recently he has taken twenty dollars to tweet anything so smart debts still got switch jealous fm mike strikeouts actually asked me before the show honestly he said on jealous you take years pm would let me do that for five dollars a tweet i'm likes to cuts if you offered to tweet anything you've got a tweet anything stole gats the measuring of consequences and i'll do that well lows drank like you just saw five dollars wait a minute wherein people just twenty thousand they'll give you five dollars exam i tweeted early not accounting for the idea that somebody might sprinkle in hank snow god say something racist or say something about a colleague there would be intensely personal and flammable and get your no i'm not going to do that charge 25 for that they seized the that led by far show with this guy that's on the take it so miami faces notre dame this week and it hasn't felt like this down here for a college football game since blank has been fifteen years is the biggest now fifteen years for university of miami football mike pointed out that the cans were in the top ten they played florida state recently by 13 yes it doesn't have this feeling them it just it it's my utter daylight the oklahoma game where miami i i think it was landry jones who was randy shan and it was a night game yeah miami played a really difficult scheduled to start off their season they had a big win at fsu they were ranked really high in the nation they had a tough game against virginia tech they beat oklahoma who's going into that game with an injured same bradford and landry jones actually started the game they won that game and a nazis and played itself out and bed when didn't really mean much because miami was good right didn't they also beat ohio state five or six again that was a year that there was a year the trestle had gotten fire sale ohio snow but no not but still we're talking about two top ten teams your miami might be close to the top five when the when the.

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"riddick bowe" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"riddick bowe" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"On wh utd tv you can find all the videos on youtube rock newman show keep telling us about muhammad ali because i know it's like it in muhammed ali not only hit sports but also the what sports can mean the sports and the activism i've heard you tell the stories before it really did lead you in your career and your pat i mean like as riddick bowe's manager and then the social justice activism they've both been there for you as you know as long as you've been a public figure it seems that that comes from now ali is that is that right absolutely absolutely as i said he's a single most influential person in my life and he was that before long before i met him i got very friendly with them later on but long before then and part of what he did was he shows you how to have courage the courage of your convictions and stand up and speak truth the powell frederick douglass the power concedes nothing without a struggle it never has it never will come today in two thousand sixteen in in two thousand seventeen the nfl owners have a tremendous amount of power and i'll be damned if they want uh gin a feel pain light capper nick doing something that might challenge the power that they have so what do they do they did like the government the they did leg licensing organizations did back in nineteen in the meeting 1960s when they strip ali of his title because he exercised his constitutional right so again that's power not conceding something without a struggle and power that is the very selfserving and selfperpetuating pal see what i i'm also so frustrated not just with the owners but i am frustrated with the seventy percent blacks play in the nfl what do you think would happen if fifty percent of that seventy percent were all band together and said we're not plain we're not playing went up you are denying him unfairly we are going to insist that either you hire him or we won't play the nfl would do the right thing if he didn't do.

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"riddick bowe" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"riddick bowe" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The start of the season espn cultural porter mike wells indianapolis colts no for them has assessed the season angel that needs to be on the football field but on this at the same time they're not looking out the door before it when they take a practice field and see end of andrew let's under one out there they know they got to continue to prepare for this season and they're acting like ag luckily out you know like donald say with no timetable it out they look at it ask at tosying is gonna be there starting quarterback until tote differently kohl to put andrew log on the poplars with the intention of having him ready for the regular season which begins september tempt in la against the rams if the outlook for luck changes what does that do for the colts bizarre fuel gates there was a point this offseason work felt like week one was a comfortable bet for andrew luck to begin in his play for the cold and i don't think this is a player that needs extensive practice time and training camp where to feel comfortable about his outlook for the regular season but that we're getting to the point where preseason games are pond us and if the colts are going to miss into look for even one game dramatically limits their see and outlook notes one week but still this isn't a vision is going to be tight this is a team indianapolis at has holes to fill in other parts of the roster that they don't have a bunch of margin for error this season and if injure what mrs one week weeks a few weeks to begin the year looking at scott tolls as your starter that i would wonder of india with think back to itself you know something maybe we should have more aggressively pursued a backup quarterback whether it was in the draft whether it was in free agency or whether it's right now because we saw cults scott told seen as a starter last year on thanksgiving evening and it was not pretty in that game against the pittsburgh steelers lock completing a career high sixty three percent of his past attempts last season donald opted for sports shutter all night thursday august 10th boxer riddick bowe was fifty i'm jerry reynolds first and last is next to the red sox.

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"riddick bowe" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"riddick bowe" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"When guys like george foreman and frank bruno and riddick bowe and vander holyfield when those guys were the heavyweight champion of the world we knew their name we knew who they were we knew you were they were we knew them there was still prestige and being one of the forbid soup heavyweight champions now i don't feel that i don't get that again i mentioned the name of the american champion one of the heavyweight champions is deontay wilder and you could put him in a parade in you'd have to make sure to have identification on the side of the parade float to make sure the peace people knew who he was boxing to me is a dying sport and here's what i think is going to happen the way the for twenty years ever since brandy chastain pulled off for in the women's world cup i've heard forever soccer soccer soccer soccer in america soccer in america it'll be one of the big fours it has its presence in amman eric uh but it's not one of the biggest sports in our country and like kids who play soccer and then gets a ninthgrade and go now you know what maybe i wanted to do something else they go end up playing football or the sticking ball sports or hockey or something like that.

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