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Best Spencer Oliver podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Spencer Oliver podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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The unique NetWorth Radio broadcast delves deep into the most important headlines and the actual meaning for investors. Interviews with nationally acclaimed authors and Dallas business leaders bring to life investment strategy in a unique and exciting format. The author of two books and 31 investment articles, Spencer is a Certified Investment Management Analyst who manages portfolios for successful families.
 
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'The Omen', Spencer Oliver is perhaps now best-known for his media work on Sky Sports, talkSPORT and through his own Pound for Pound podcast, which he co-hosts with Jake Wood.But don't be fooled, Spencer was a terrific fighter, a European bantamweight champion who was on the verge of world title fights and possibly big money when his entire world w…
 
This week me and Matt make British podcast history and bring together two of the most agile boxing brains in the country. Do you remember that scene in Heat when DeNiro and Pacino come face to face for the first time? Well it’s exactly like that only with much less hair and much more nonsense. On one side of the table we have the Birmingham Scorses…
 
Before the pandemic, the zero (or low) sugar beverage brand Sanzo had all the scrappy upstart charm and aesthetic of a DTC brand. But, it still sold mostly through wholesale -- 70 to 80%, in founder Sandro Roco's estimate. That's changed. "Since the pandemic, it's completely inverted, and even more extremely so," Roco said on the Modern Retail Podc…
 
Former WBC world super-middleweight king Glenn Catley had a remarkable career that saw him recover from early setbacks and controversies to reign as a champion.He had an incredible run of fights in Canada, Germany and South Africa while at the top of the sport, having already won the British title.But, as they often do, hard times followed. Despite…
 
This week IBF Featherweight champion Josh Warrington joins me and Matt on our Make or Break series. Josh has had a fascinating career. There have been plenty of doubters, every step of the way, from his very first title fight when he travelled to Dudley to take on Chris Male for the vacant English title in 2012, to six years later when he landed hi…
 
Aishwarya Iyer started Brightland, an olive oil company, in 2018 with the idea of describing the products like wine and marketing it like a beauty brand. "Beauty leads the way in terms of talking about benefits, packaging -- the shine and glimmer that beauty's able to do, food just isn't able to do that. Maybe there are some standouts!" Iyer said o…
 
In this latest episode in our Make or Break series me & Matt are joined by former World title challenger and British and Commonwealth champion Derry Mathews Back in early 2012, after 10 years and 37 fights as a pro, a bruising defeat against Emiliano Marsili for the European title saw Derry call it a day. Enough was enough. But then he got the call…
 
Business lost to the pandemic has rebounded for StockX, an online marketplace where people selling and buying items -- sneakers, mainly -- negotiate on a price before StockX provides authentication and shipping. "We've seen an incredible return to activity in the marketplace," StockX CMO Deena Bahri said on the Modern Retail Podcast. "By mid-April …
 
John Conteh is a British boxing icon who was a part of an incredible era of light-heavyweights.He was a 1970's star and his fights with Chris Finnegan, Jorge Ahumada, Yaqui Lopez, Mate Parlov and two battles with Matthew Saad Muhammad have gone down in history.But things haven't always been straightforward. Here, he talks about his childhood, growi…
 
The Saint was in some huge fights during his career but there was none more crucial than his 2011 showdown with James Degale. It was a bout that brought together two former club mates and amateur rivals, by then both undefeated as pros, in a genuine grudge match. The kind of clash that boxing fans yearn for but rarely get to see. George was a big u…
 
The professional world may have been disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic, but there is one thing that still powers our workday: coffee. The subscription-based Trade Coffee, for one, has seen its mail-in customer base go up by a factor of 10, alongside other food startups that have seen a bump in subscriptions. Earlier this year, company CMO Melis…
 
Liverpool's former super-middleweight contender Tony Dodson saw a lot in his 17-year career. He won 32, lost eight and drew once, fighting the likes of Carl Froch, Paul Smith (twice), Tony Quigley, Brian Barbosa and Ovil McKenzie. He'd been a top amateur and as a professional he was promoted, at one time or another, by Barry and Eddie Hearn, Frank …
 
In this latest episode in our Make or Break series me & Matt are joined by none other than former unified world Lightweight champion Nate Campbell. The Galaxxy Warrior takes us back to March 2008 and Cancun, Mexico, where the day after his 36th birthday he faced his last chance to win a world title. In the opposite corner was the undefeated, 33-0, …
 
Show description: In this Kofford Lecture Series livestream event, we will be talking with Richard G. Moore about Oliver H. Olney, a little-known figure in Mormon history. Despite his falling out from the Church, and subsequent excommunication, Oliver remained part of the Nauvoo community, writing down the events he witnessed and publishing booklet…
 
As existing commerce companies adapt to survive a global pandemic, Jimmy Wu instead launched one. Cat Person sells cat food, toys, furniture and treats in a market that Wu sees as skewed toward dog owners. The coronavirus gave pause to Wu and his co-founder, Harry's alumnus Lambert Wang. "If we were in another category in another industry -- sellin…
 
Doug Fischer is the editor-in-chief of The Ring and has one of the most glamorous-looking jobs in the sport.However, it's all grind and it took him years to rise to that position. Here he details his story, from helping boxing break into new media with House of Boxing and the move into Maxboxing before joining The Ring.He, with an early team, was a…
 
In this latest episode in our Make or Break series me & Matt are joined by former WBO Cruiserweight champion and Sky colleague Johnny Nelson. Johnny takes us back to 1989 when he boxed Andy Straughn in the Finsbury Park Super Tent for the British title and then to 10 years later in 1999 when he faced his third, and what definitely would have been h…
 
Super Scot Alex Arthur won British, Commonwealth, European and world honours but his career didn't reach the heights he had hoped. Arthur boxed the likes of Willie Limond, Ricky Burns, Kobo Gogoladze and many more but missed out on the big nights and the big fights with the likes of Joan Guzman and Marco Antonio Barrera that he craved.Arthur now tr…
 
Retail stores are slowly reopening, but Christiane Lemieux, founder of the DTC furniture brand The Inside, still thinks people will want to invest most in the place they're spending most of their time: the home. "What you will be doing is focusing your time and disposable spend on making your home into everything it should be -- not only for now, b…
 
Show description: Michael Austin, author of Re-Reading Job: Understanding the Ancient World's Greatest Poem, discusses common misperceptions about the story of Job, how it fits into the Persian poetry tradition, what the story was trying to teach, and how we can relate the story to our modern times. Michael Austin is the author of several books inc…
 
In this latest episode in our Make or Break series me & Matt are re-joined by former 3-time World Super Middleweight champion, now Sky colleague Carl Froch. The Cobra takes us through his key battles with Jean Pascal and Jermain Taylor, the fights that established him as a major player on the world stage. We’ve made a technical leap this week too, …
 
In this week’s Lockdown Bonus Episode me and Matt revisit conversations we’ve had with our Boxing Insiders. We have the inimitable Jon Pegg; the Winston Wolf of the fight game in Al Siesta; top cornerman Mark Seltzer; Sky presenter Anna Woolhouse and the hugely experienced trainer and hand-wrapper to the stars Russ Anber. Between them they’ve perfo…
 
Looking to the past doesn't always work. For one, many current founders or CEOs were "still in high school" during the last economic crisis, according to Homebrew partner and co-founder Hunter Walk. For another, even for those entrepreneurs who survived the last global downturn, the big takeaways might not apply to current circumstances. "The answe…
 
New York matchmaker Ron Katz has spent more than four decades in the sport. He's now at Star Boxing having spent 25 years with Top Rank before a wonderful spell under Sugar Ray Leonard's banner.He's made matches for up and coming Mike Tysons, Floyd Mayweathers and Oscar De La Hoyas as well as a returning George Foreman. He's also helped to deliver …
 
This week me and Matt continue our Make or Break series, where we talk to fighters about their most pivotal career wins, and in this episode we talk to our good friend Spencer Oliver. We turn the clock back to 1997 to when Spencer was a 9-0 prospect and about to face his first big test, a battle with fellow undefeated fighter on the rise Patrick Mu…
 
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