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The Boxing Esq. Podcast is hosted by Kurt Emhoff, a sports and entertainment attorney and boxing manager based in NYC. Kurt has represented clients in boxing for over 20 years. Kurt's current and former clients include world champions and contenders Cory Spinks, Paulie Malignaggi, Peter "Kid Chocolate" Quillin, Luis Collazo, Sam Soliman, Kermit Cintron, Derrick Gainer, Travis Simms, Terronn Millett, Peter Manfredo and Dmitriy Salita.
 
"Amazin’ But True” is the best New York Mets podcast. It's hosted by former Mets pitcher and Emmy-Award winning TV analyst Nelson Figueroa and rabid Mets fan, columnist and media personality Jake Brown. This baseball podcast will take you inside the clubhouse with beat writer Mike Puma, columnist Joel Sherman and the full team of NY Post baseball writers. "Amazin' But True" will also feature special Mets guests, including current players, former players, broadcasters and celebrity fans. New ...
 
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Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open up the show reacting to the Mets’ comeback win Wednesday night, keeping their playoff hopes hanging by a thread. They discuss J.D. Davis’ big game, the young core and then get into Steve Cohen becoming the new Mets owner. Will Cohen spend money and turn the franchise into a contender every year? The guys then get…
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the show reacting to the Mets losing two of three to the Blue Jays. The guys dive into Luis Rojas' wrong decision to pull David Peterson, what Rojas has done wrong and question his future managing the Mets. They discuss Amed Rosario's bad baserunning, Jeff McNeil needing to poop, Rojas' use of analytics and look …
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the show reacting to the big win Wednesday night, led by the heroics of Michael Conforto's catch and Pete Alonso's home run. They talk about the bats coming alive, Jeff McNeil turning it around and discuss the struggles from the starting pitching. They get into Edwin Diaz pitching well, Conforto needing to get a …
 
Jake Brown opens the show with a rant on the Mets' latest loss Monday to the Phillies, the poor job Luis Rojas continues to do and Brodie Van Wagenen's nightmare trades costing this team. Nelson Figueroa responds with what Rojas should have done in the 10th inning and needing to have more of a sense of urgency with 18 games to go. The guys then dis…
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open up the show each giving their tribute to Tom Seaver, who passed away Monday. They chat with 1969 Mets Ed Kranepool, Art Shamsky and Ron Swoboda about the legacy Seaver left, the dominant pitcher he was, the teammate he was and the person he was off the field. The guys also speak with Mets radio voice Howie Rose a…
 
The Latino Leadership Circle discusses the importance of the 2020 Census for the Latin@ community. Fill out census at: https://2020census.gov/. Videos to encourage the Census can be found at https://nalec.org/census-2020/ The Latino Leadership Circle Podcast has been named Top 55 Latino podcast by feedspot.com. See https://blog.feedspot.com/latino_…
 
Jake Brown opens the show with a rant on the Mets' four-game losing streak, Edwin Diaz continuing to get opportunities in big spots, Luis Rojas' poor managing and the trades they made at the deadline not making sense. Nelson Figueroa responds talking about the bad pitching, sloppy play, still being in the hunt and needing arms. They then go back an…
 
My guests on this episode are the undisputed Women’s World Welterweight Champion and unified WBC/WBA Junior Welterweight Champion Jessica McCaskill and her manager and trainer Rick Ramos.We talked about their backgrounds growing up in Illinois and how both of them came to the sport of boxing. I spoke to Jessica about her time at Pagedale Boxing in …
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open up the show a bit differently this week, playing Dominic Smith's postgame comments from Wednesday. The guys give their honest reactions to what Dom said, his tears, what is going on with our nation right now and the change that needs to happen. They then dive into the Mets bullpen blowing another Jacob deGrom win…
 
My first guest on this is episode one of the heroes of our sport - Dr. Margaret Goodman. We talked about her views on COVID protocols and which states are doing it right. We discussed how VADA’s testing protocols have been affected by COVID and how they have used the downtime in the sport to make informational videos available on the VADA website. …
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the show talking about the Mets getting back into action with three doubleheaders coming up this week as they play nine games in six days. The guys look at what that means for the starting rotation and pitchers coming back from injuries, the trade deadline coming up and Jeff McNeil's struggles. Former Mets pitche…
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the show talking about Thursday’s game and the Subway Series being postponed after a Mets player and staff member tested positive for COVID-19. They talk about what this break means for the Mets and their pitching, what the schedule could look like coming up with doubleheaders and the Mets rotation with Seth Lugo…
 
Jake Brown opens up the show going on a big rant on what happened with Wilson Ramos Friday night, the vomit surrounding him at a bar watching the game and how much of a liability the catcher position has been for the Mets over the past dozen years. Nelson Figueroa responds on the mess from the weekend, the team doing nothing right, how bad Ramos ha…
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open up the show talking about the Mets' 8-2 win Thursday and the latest on Jeff McNeil's knee injury and when he may be back. The guys then get into Tomas Nido's surprising two-homer game, Dom Smith's bat, Pete Alonso getting hot, how Luis Rojas will handle the lineup, looking ahead to the weekend series against the …
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open up the show talking about Andres Gimenez's big game Sunday and why he needs to be in the lineup every day. They also talk about Jacob deGrom looking good, the series win over the Marlins, the bullpen pitching well and the team playing better after Yoenis Cespedes left. NY Post Mets beat writer Mike Puma then drop…
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the show reacting to Rick Porcello picking up his first win with the Mets and 150th of his career. The guys talk about J.D. Davis and the defense flashing some leather, where Andres Gimenez should play and how to make the lineup work when healthy and the Mets needing to beat the Marlins this weekend. Jake then de…
 
Nelson Figueroa opens up the show handing it off to Jake Brown to vent out his frustrations in a long rant on the state after the Mets after Yoenis Cespedes went AWOL and then opted out of the 2020 season. Figgie responds on Cespedes' decision to walk out on the team and shifts the focus to the bad baseball on the field, including five straight los…
 
My guest on this episode the VP of Communications at Haymon Sports - Mr. Tim Smith.We spoke about the PBC’s game plan in not rushing to be first to come back to the airways Post-COVID. And how their schedule of fights came together over the months that they were off-air.We got into the difficulties of putting on shows with the various medical and l…
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the show reacting to the Mets' frustrating loss to the Red Sox Wednesday, the poor managing from Luis Rojas leaving Justin Wilson in and Yoenis Cespedes' awful at bat with the bases loaded in the 9th inning. They also talk about David Peterson's debut, Andres Gimenez' first hit and big night and Jose Reyes' retir…
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the show talking about the COVID outbreak on the Marlins and how it may affect the league. They then dive into the Mets losing two out of three games to the Braves, Edwin Diaz allowing the game-tying homer Saturday, Sunday's embarrassing loss and what needs to change. NY Post sportswriter Zach Braziller makes his…
 
My guest on this episode is promoter and New York State Boxing Hall of Fame inductee Joe DeGuardia.We spoke about Joe’s upbringing in the Bronx where his father and uncle were professional fighters. We talked about Joe’s amateur boxing career which culminated in him winning the 1988 New York Golden Gloves. We got into how he started in the pro game…
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the show talking about Marcus Stroman's calf injury and what it means for the rotation and the bullpen. They then dive into the 30-man roster set for Opening Day Friday and what guys made sense and what does not make sense. The guys then give their predictions for what the Mets will do this season. Mets longtime …
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the show reacting to the Mets’ two losses to the Yankees over the weekend and how much they mean. They discuss the artificial crowd noise, cardboard cutouts at Citi Field, Seth Lugo and the bullpen. They then break down Robinson Cano batting third, how the lineup might shake out and the schedule the Mets face ahe…
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the show talking about Jacob deGrom's back injury and him saying he'll be fine for Opening Day. They talk bad mattresses, deGrom's importance to the team, the potential new owner bids that have come in, Sheldon Adelson, A-Rod, cardboard cutouts of fans and artificial cheers and boos being incorporated at games. L…
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open up the show talking about how good the Mets' projected lineup looks, Marcus Stroman's tweeting and important season ahead, the Wilpons' spending over the years and what Steve Cohen potentially owning the Mets would mean for the franchise. NY Post baseball writer Dan Martin chats with the guys about Cohen and his …
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open up the show talking about Amed Rosario and spitting, cardboard cutouts in the stands, the highlights of the Mets' 60-game schedule, the team staying quiet on guys delayed from being at camp and bids from potential new owners. Will Steve Cohen end up buying the Mets? Former Mets manager Terry Collins then joins th…
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa are back in the saddle for the return of the podcast. The guys open the show discussing the 60-game season ahead, rule changes, the impact on the players, what changes can be made for the people watching games at home and if there will be an asterisk on this season. NY Post Mets beat writer Mike Puma then joins Jake a…
 
My guest on this episode is the Editor-in-Chief of Ring Magazine - Mr. Doug Fischer.We spoke about how The Ring Magazine and ringtv.com are faring during this pandemic. We also undertook the difficult task of making mid-year assessments of the traditional year-end categories such as Fight of the Year, Round of the Year, KO of the Year, Upset of the…
 
My guest on this episode is a 2020 IBHOF inductee, top promoter, film producer, and minor league franchise owner - Mr. Lou DiBella.Lou shared his feelings on not being able to enjoy his induction into the IBHOF this year due to the COVID shutdown. We spoke about how major league baseball is making a mistake in retracting a big part of its minor lea…
 
My guests on this episode are two distinguished Irish sports writers - Kieran Cunningham, Chief Sports Writer at the Irish Daily Star in Dublin and Ewan MacKenna, Host of The Black Eye Podcast and Columnist for the Irish Independent News. We discussed the recent comments by Promoter Bob Arum about using alleged drug cartel boss Daniel Kinahan as hi…
 
My guest on this episode is one of the top matchmakers in the game, Golden Boy’s Roberto Diaz. We discussed how Roberto got into the sport through a chance meeting with one of his favorite fighters - Marco Antonio Barrera and how Eric Gomez drafted him to be a matchmaker for Golden Boy out of necessity.We got into how Roberto learned matchmaking on…
 
My guest on this episode is one of the foremost attorneys and managers in the game - Mike Borao. We spoke about two heavyweights Mike is involved with who scored big wins in the last few months Charles Martin and Robert Helenius. We also talked about future plans for other fighters who Mike represents including middleweight Matt Korobov and heavywe…
 
My guest on this episode is one of the most powerful and thoughtful executives in boxing - Showtime President of Sports and Event Programming Stephen Espinoza. We talk about Showtime’s excellent way to fill the COVID-19 programming void on Friday Nights with their Showtime Classic Boxing series. We discuss Showtime’s gameplan on how they’ll proceed…
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the show with a tribute to longtime NY Post sports photographer Anthony Causi, who passed away Sunday. Figgie looks back at his time spent with Anthony and reads a text from Anthony's sister Maria. NY Post baseball columnist Ken Davidoff and photographer Gemini Keez join the show to share their memories of their …
 
For this special episode, I’m joined by Fistianados host Evan Rutkowski to go over the recent Coronavirus stimulus legislation set up to provide relief to those forced out of work by the COVID-19 pandemic. We are joined by two distinguished guests. Labor Attorney Walter Kane and accountant and financial planner Mike Alvini. Walter and Mike broke do…
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the show talking about coronavirus and Figgie's family being affected as he reads an email from his brother about testing positive. They then talk about simulated video games and if they would ever watch them. The guys then dive into the black Mets jersey debate and roast Andy Martino for his take on them being t…
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the show talking about Noah Syndergaard's torn UCL, getting surgery and what it means for him and the team. They then share their favorite memories of Opening Day. NY Post baseball columnist Ken Davidoff drops by to talk about Syndergaard's injury, who will replace him, his Opening Day memory and how the shortene…
 
My guest on this episode is author and editor at Hannibal Boxing.com - Mr. Carlos Acevedo. We discuss Carlos’s excellent new book - Sporting Blood - Tales From The Darkside of Boxing - which goes on sale March 31st. We get into a few of the subjects of the book including Sonny Liston, Tony Ayala, and Smokin’ Bert Cooper. We also talk about Carlos’s…
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the podcast this week talking about Mike Piazza's historic career and memories from his time with the Mets. The Hall of Fame catcher then joins the guys. Piazza talks about being from Italy and the coronavirus' impact, drinking wine during the quarantine, the trade from the Dodgers and then being dealt by the Mar…
 
My guest on this episode is a copy editor and feature writer at The Ring Magazine - Ryan Songalia. We spoke about how Ryan and his family are coping with the Covid-19 pandemic. We also got into his background in boxing including writing for Boxing Digest, The New York Daily News, Rappler.com in the Philippines, as well as The Ring. We discussed his…
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the show talking about coronavirus, the impact on baseball and when the season could begin. They also look back to 9/11 and Figgie shares how it went for him as a pitcher for the Phillies at the time. They give the results from last week's poll question and give out a new question for this week. Former Mets pitch…
 
Jake Brown and Nelson Figueroa open the debut show talking about Noah Syndergaard throwing in his underwear and the meaningless stats of spring training. They also discuss Dellin Betances' health, the Mets bullpen and what Figgie expects from new manager Luis Rojas this season. Figgie reacts to a clip from Doc Gooden saying Figgie only was throwing…
 
“Amazin’ But True” is the premier New York Mets podcast hosted by former Mets pitcher and Emmy-Award winning TV analyst Nelson Figueroa and rabid Mets fan, columnist and media personality Jake Brown. The podcast will take you inside the clubhouse with beat writer Mike Puma and the team of NY Post baseball writers. The show will also feature special…
 
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