2016 Boxing Schedule
The 2016 boxing schedule will be busy this spring as Showtime has announced multiple title fights and many competitive scraps. The guys breakdown the entire spring calendar on this special edition of the Tale of the Tape boxing podcast.
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Carl Frampton vs. Scott Quigg post-fight
Carl Frampton defeated arch-rival Scott Quigg by way of split decision to unify the super-bantamweight division. Terence Crawford stopped Hank Lundy in five, and Felix Verdejo delivered a near shutout in a tough test from Madison Square Garden. In other action from around the globe, the guys discuss Leo Santa Cruz vs. Kiko Martinez, Julio Ceja vs. Hugo Ruiz 2, and Marco Huck vs. Ola Afolabi 4. Plus, a preview of next weekend's heavyweight scrap from the Nation's capital as Luis Ortiz takes on Tony Thompson, and Sadam Ali faces Jessie Vargas for the WBO welterweight crown.
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Crawford vs. Lundy, Santa Cruz vs. Martinez, Huck vs. Afolabi IV | Fight Previews
Kenny and Vin return to preview Terence Crawford vs. Hank Lundy, Felix Verdejo vs. William Silva, Leo Santa Cruz vs. Kiko Martinez, and Marco Huck vs. Ola Afolabi. Plus, the guys discuss Errol Spence vs. Chris Algieri, the impending purse bid for Wilder vs. Povetkin, and Vin reviews an episode of Adrien Broner's "About Billions."
Tale of the Tape Boxing Podcast | Episode 100
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Deontay Wilder pulled an ace out of his pocket with a devastating right hand that ended his opponents evening in the 9th round. Arthur Szpilka put up a competitive fight, but it all ended with a tactical error and a straight right hand from the WBC champion. The guys recap Wilder vs. Szpilka and the co-feature, Glazkov vs. Martin.
Plus, the return of the Hayemaker. English heavyweight David Haye returned to action to stop Mark de Mori. Kenny and Vin discuss the future of one of England's most popular fighters, and the changing landscape of the heavyweight division.
And a preview of this weekend's PBC fight card headlined by Danny Garcia vs. Robert Guerrero. The guys discuss the political fallout of the WBC going back on their promise of a welterweight tournament, and how Garcia vs. Guerrero is now for the vacant belt.
Plus, a rant on the recent race-related comments by Floyd Mayweather and Adrien Broner.
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