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Discussion, analysis and the latest news from big fight nights and the world of boxing, featuring special guests. New episodes every Monday, get in touch with the pod via 5 Live Sport on social media and remember to share your ratings and reviews.
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A PR & Marketing podcast from the world’s first marketing and communications network for the space sector - the Space Communications Alliance (SCA). We may be space industry experts but these monthly 20 minutes of cutting edge insights & trends are very much focused on the disciplines of marketing, communications and innovation. Produced by SpaceWatch Global, with hosts Anum Davis, Roxanne Kingsman and a rotating team of PR, Communications, Marketing and creative professionals from around th ...
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George Groves joins Buncey to reflect on a historic night in Riyadh. They discuss how Oleksandr Usyk was just too good on the night for Tyson Fury as he became the undisputed heavyweight world champion. They hear from Fury’s promoter Frank Warren, Usyk’s manager Alex Krassyuk and they also speak to Matchroom boss Eddie Hearn and British heavyweight…
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Buncey is in Salford to catch up with the WBO lightweight world champion Rhiannon Dixon. They discuss her path to professional boxing and how she had to give up a career as an pharmacist to pursue her dream. And ahead of Lauren Price’s first shot at winning a world title this weekend, we hear from her opponent Jessica McCaskill and promoter Ben Sha…
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Buncey sits down with the boss of Golden Boy promotions Oscar de la Hoya. Talking before the news of Ryan Garcia’s failed drug test, they reflect on that night in New York, discuss his plans for boxing in Las Vegas and what we can expect from this weekend’s Canelo-Mungia fight. We also catch up with Chris Billam-Smith and Richard Riakporhe who figh…
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Buncey heads to the Moss Side Boxing Gym in Manchester. He's joined by Joe Gallagher, who’s been part of the gym for nearly forty years and now trains the likes of Tasha Jonas and Lawrence Okie there. They take a stroll down memory lane and exchange stories from the early days when Phil Martin ran the place. Joe also updates us on his current stabl…
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Buncey takes the pod to Cardiff for the second stop on its UK tour. Former world champions Joe Calzaghe and Barry Jones join him on stage to look back at some of the highlights (and lowlights) of their respective careers. Barry gives a convincing argument as to why he was the better boxer of the pair, and Joe still remembers where he was when news …
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This episode features an in-depth discussion about event marketing and networking, primarily in the context of Space Communications Alliance. Lukasz Wilczynski, the president of SCA, shares his marketing tactics, giving insights on booth optimization, speaker interactions, branding, and visibility. He emphasizes the value of strategic planning, int…
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Buncey travels to Brighton to sit down with former two-weight world champion Chris Eubank. In an emotional chat, they discuss how he is dealing with the recent deaths of both his son Sebastian and brother Simon, why he is so against his son Chris fighting Conor Benn and how he is still dealing with the pain of what happened to Michael Watson follow…
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This episode, we are joined by the talented David Delany, Chief Creative Officer at Perihelion: the creative agency for the space sector, based in Vienna and one of the founding members of the SCA. David’s background is in video animation and in his role at the agency he spends a lot of time using different types of animation techniques as a compel…
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Today we are delighted to welcome Dr. Emma Gatti, the editor-in-chief of SpaceWatch.Global once again, who we enjoyed talking to so much last time that we ran out of time! Last episode we discussed the differences in scientific writing and the simplification of language for the general public, as well as the hierarchy and need for diversity in the …
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Today we are joined by the very impressive Dr. Emma Gatti, currently the editor-in-chief of SpaceWatch.Global, who brings with her a truly fascinating communications story and journey. She is a Cambridge-educated scientist with six years of experience working at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory and Caltech. As a researcher, she specialised in geochem…
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Today, is our first ever episode! To kick off this series of trends and insights across the marketing space, we are joined by Remco Timmermans, owner and founder of space marketing agency Spaceside OÜ, a faculty member of the International Space University and a member of the IAF Space Education and Outreach Committee. Remco has been an independent…
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Carl Frampton joins Steve at the public workout to look ahead to the mega-fight in Dublin this weekend. They are joined by the two fighters who were both very relaxed despite the size of the task on Saturday night. Carl and Katie reminisce about the days when they used to spar together, and Steve accidentally disrespects Chantelle!…
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Amir Khan and Kell Brook, two names that have been put together for years. The former boxing world champions have taken on some of the biggest names in the sport but as yet, have managed to avoid each other. Finally brought together by new boxing promoter, Ben Shalom, they’ve agreed to fight at a catchweight of 149lbs, just above the welterweight l…
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Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier fought to a standstill in their final contest back in 1975, in what has become along with 'The Rumble in the Jungle' one of the defining fights in the history of 'The Greatest'. One of the last surviving members of Ali's inner circle, his business manager and confidante Gene Kilroy, joins Mike Costello and Steve Bunce t…
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Diego Corrales and Jose Luis Castillo produced a contest for the ages back in 2005, featuring one of the most dramatic comebacks ever seen. Joe Goossen was in Corrales' corner that night, and joins Mike and Steve to remember their game plan for the fight, the subtle tricks trainers and fighters can pull to gain an advantage, and the tragedy of Corr…
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The night that "changed British boxing", according to Steve Bunce: Nigel Benn and Chris Eubank's torrid 9 rounds at the NEC in Birmingham in 1990. Former world super middleweight champion Richie Woodhall joins the podcast to remember the night, which heralded a boom period for boxing on terrestrial TV in the UK.…
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Marvelous Marvin Hagler and Tommy ‘The Hitman’ Hearns met in April 1985 for two and a half of the most explosive rounds in boxing history. Former world middleweight champion Andy Lee, who later trained in the famous Kronk gym with Hearns’ trainer Emmanuel Steward, watches along with Mike and Steve and remembers the legacy this fight left in Detroit…
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Former world super middleweight champion Carl Froch joins Mike and Steve to revisit the night in Las Vegas that came to define the career of Prince Naseem Hamed - a comprehensive defeat to the Mexican Marco Antonio Barrera. 19-year-old Froch was in the stands as a paying fan. Was Naz overhyped or did outside factors contribute to defeat in his most…
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After Eddie Hearn revealed he's planning to put on fights in his back garden, are we a step closer to the return of professional boxing? Mike and Steve debate the logistical issues with trainer Adam Booth, as well as looking at the path Booth took becoming a world title-winning trainer.By BBC Radio 5 Live
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Former heavyweight world champion David Haye joins Mike Costello and Steve Bunce to rewatch the night in 1988 when a 21-year-old Mike Tyson was at his most fearsome in the ring, destroying Michael Spinks in 91 seconds. They delve into the circumstances surrounding the fight including Donald Trump's involvement in putting it on, and debate Tyson's l…
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In the first of a new mini-series, one of the greatest boxers of all time, Sugar Ray Leonard, relives his late stoppage of Thomas "The Hitman" Hearns in 1981. Leonard remembers how Angelo Dundee's corner work was the key to inspiring his late onslaught that ended the fight, and explains how the aftermath of this fight led to a dark period in his li…
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2016 Olympic bronze medallist Joshua Buatsi explains how he's staying in shape during the lockdown, and reveals his thoughts on news that the Tokyo Olympic are going to be delayed until 2021. Then, Mike and Steve discuss an interview from the archive with Richard Dunn, who fought Muhammad Ali in 1976. Mike's fight recommendation of the week: Marque…
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How long will boxing fans have to wait to see Anthony Joshua against the other two big names in the heavyweight division, Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder? Mike and Steve break down the politics and the timings issues that could get in the way. Also, more reaction to Andy Ruiz's excuses for losing to Joshua, a preview of Daniel Dubois upcoming fight a…
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As the dust settles on Anthony Joshua's stunning upset defeat to Andy Ruiz jr., Mike and Steve debate the rumours around Joshua being knocked out in sparring, Joshua's father's apparently angry reaction in the ring after the fight, and what changes he needs to make to get back to the top of the sport.…
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Mike and Steve are ringside in New York's Madison Square Garden where Andy Ruiz Jr. produced one of the biggest shocks in the history of heavyweight boxing to take Anthony Joshua's IBF, WBO and WBA world heavyweight titles from him. Along with David Haye and Carl Frampton they analyse a US debut to forget for AJ, heap praise on underdog Ruiz, and a…
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Anthony Joshua and Andy Ruiz Jr. faced the media for the final time before their world heavyweight title fight this weekend at Madison Square Garden. Joshua says he is turning his attention to a fight with Tyson Fury, after Deontay Wilder announced his next fight would be a rematch against Luis Ortiz. Also, Mike and Steve talk to several of the und…
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Deontay Wilder hijacked the fight week news cycle overnight in New York by announcing his next bout would not be against Anthony Joshua or Tyson Fury, instead opting for a rematch with Luis Ortiz. Joshua's promoter Eddie Hearn reacts to the news and explains his frustration at being unable to even get a meeting with Wilder's representatives. Mike a…
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Deontay Wilder once again proved his punching power by knocking out Dominic Breazeale in their WBC heavweight title contest. Mike and Steve ask where it ranks in the annals of great heavyweight knockouts and debate whether this changes their opinion of who would win between Wilder, Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury. They also address Wilder's controver…
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Former super middleweight champion George Groves joins the podcast to talk about the upcoming fights this weekend, including Billy Joe Saunders v Shefat Isufi for the WBO super middleweight world title, Deontay Wilder's return to the ring against former Anthony Joshua opponent Dominic Breazeale, and his former training mate Josh Taylor's bid for a …
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As Mike and Steve arrive in a chilly New York ahead of Terence Crawford v Amir Khan for the WBO weltweight title, is there anyone currently in the sport of boxing that can inspire the same universal excitement as Tiger Woods in his Masters victory? Also, an early look at why Crawford v Khan might not be the mismatch expected by some bookmakers, and…
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