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Listen For Latest On Inoue-Fulton + Eubank-Smith Preview

Listen For Latest On Inoue-Fulton + Eubank-Smith Preview


Listen For Latest On Inoue-Fulton + Eubank-Smith Preview

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Listen For Latest On Inoue-Fulton + Eubank-Smith Preview

As we get ready for another weekend end of action with the Chris Eubank Jr. – Liam Smith middleweight clash in Manchester, England as the biggest fight world wide, we’re back on another “Big Fight Weekend Preview” podcast.

Our insider/content partner Dan Rafael has more in the rundown for the podcast, which you can hear by clicking play below,

Here is Dan’s description of what’s on the show:

Golden Boy received the contract for the Gervonta Davis-Ryan Garcia fight being planned for April 15.

The welcome news that unified junior featherweight titlist Stephen Fulton and Naoya Inoue are in the process of finalizing a deal for Inoue to challenge him for his belts in a truly outstanding fight this spring in Japan, and why it’s such a great match and how did it come about?

The pay-per-view numbers for the recent Davis-Hector Luis Garcia fight and how do they stack up to Davis’ other Showtime PPV events? How do we think Davis vs. Ryan Garcia will do?

Top Rank and Edgar Berlanga parting ways. What happened? We have answers.

Previewing the Eubank-Smith middleweight showdown. Good fight? Who has the advantage?

A look at the two key undercard fights: cruiserweight Richard Riakporhe against former titlist Krzysztof Głowacki and former heavyweight titlist Joseph Parker returning from a KO loss to face Jack Massey.

A look at Friday night’s “ShoBox” card in Bethlehem, PA, on Showtime headlined by unbeaten super middleweights Sean Hemphill of New Orleans and David Stevens of nearby Reading, PA.

Reminiscing on the 15th anniversary of the big fight between legends Roy Jones Jr. and Felix Trinidad, who were past their prime but made for a huge event in what turned out to be Trinidad’s final fight.

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A veteran broadcaster of over 25 years, T.J. has been a fight fan longer than that! He’s the host of the “Big Fight Weekend” podcast and will go “toe to toe” with anyone who thinks that Marvin Hagler beat Sugar Ray Leonard or that Tyson, Lennox Lewis or Deontay Wilder could have beaten Ali!

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