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 Real Boxing Talk (7.10.19)-We try something new this time. First, we go back to 1985 and breakdown arguably the top action fight of all-time, Hagler vs. Hearns. Then we preview Pacquaio vs. Thurman. And then we contemplate the demise of HBO Boxing.
Real Boxing Talk (6.12.19)-Our latest episode of Real Boxing Talk. Our take on what has happened recently, what is coming up, and what we would like to see. And in light of Andy Ruiz's defeat of Anthony Joshua, we talk about "upsets" that we should have seen coming.
 

We take a few moments to check in on the works of Sports Artist Chris Brown. Chris is the artist for the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame. He is currently working on a piece about Northwestern State and Kansas City Chiefs Legend Joe Delaney. Mr. Brown graciously gives us a preview peak of his work.

https://www.chrisbrownsportsart.net/

 

Real Boxing Talk-We start out talking about the Pound for Pound stars in the sport, but we morph in to a conversation about the direction of the sport and how the landscape just may need a seismic shift. A little light listening for you. Excuse the connection pauses, sometimes a major internet provider has problems too.

 

Real Boxing Talk-This episode deviates a bit from how we usually do things, but we still get the job done. Talking about the Heavyweights this time, both current and historical.

 

Real Boxing Talk continues to break down each division one by one. This episode looks at the Middleweights. Is Canelo still King? Should he be King? Tune in, find out...

 

We check in with die-hard Knicks fans Les Wolff and Geoff Campbell. A little look back at their history with the club and look forward to the future of the franchise.

Our concussion discussion takes us to Canada, as we talk with Kim Adolphe of CAP Corporation.

Charles Farmer, John Raspanti, and your host Frank Gordon delve in to what appears to be a bout of schizophrenics. Which Pacquiao and/or Broner shows for this WBA World Welterweight title fight?

For a more global perspective on the Concussion Discussion, we reach out to Mark Beakey of Concussion Coach in Dublin, Ireland.

 

After our engineer (GFG) jeopardized his career by losing the first portion of this show, we talk some boxing with Mr. Farmer and Mr. Raspanti. Joined in progress.

 

We continue the #concussiondiscussion with Dan Krevsky of HITT-SHIELD as we discuss the working materials in their Defender Sports Cap.

 

Real Boxing Talk (6.12.19)-Our latest episode of Real Boxing Talk. Our take on what has happened recently, what is coming up, and what we would like to see. And in light of Andy Ruiz's defeat of Anthony Joshua, we talk about "upsets" that we should have seen coming.

We take a few moments to check in on the works of Sports Artist Chris Brown. Chris is the artist for the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame. He is currently working on a piece about Northwestern State and Kansas City Chiefs Legend Joe Delaney. Mr. Brown graciously gives us a preview peak of his work.

https://www.chrisbrownsportsart.net/

We are joined by Arthur Kinney,as we discuss the Cleveland Indians and their farm system. Arthur can be found at the following; 247sports.com/mlb/indians, Warren Brothers Sports Show, and allsportscleveland net

Real Boxing Talk-This episode deviates a bit from how we usually do things, but we still get the job done. Talking about the Heavyweights this time, both current and historical.

Real Boxing Talk continues to break down each division one by one. This episode looks at the Middleweights. Is Canelo still King? Should he be King? Tune in, find out...

We check in with die-hard Knicks fans Les Wolff and Geoff Campbell. A little look back at their history with the club and look forward to the future of the franchise.

Today on Interviews, we speak with Neal Ring, Athletic Director at Bob Jones University in Greenville, SC. We chat about the journey that the Bruins are undertaking to become a NCAA Division Three program.

Real Boxing Talk takes a look at the Welterweight division. We break down Errol Spence Jr., Terence Crawford, Keith Thurman, Mikey Garcia, Shawn Porter, Danny Garcia, and of course Manny Pacquaiao. It's a loaded division, we actually had to work. One of us might have even sweat.

Our second ride with Ryan Dickey of Firehouse Stables. We learn a little more about the horse breeding process. And of course tease you about the Triple Crown Season.

Charles Farmer, John Raspanti, and your host Frank Gordon delve in to what appears to be a bout of schizophrenics. Which Pacquiao and/or Broner shows for this WBA World Welterweight title fight?

We continue to tackle the concussion discussion head-on. Sorry, I couldn't resist. We talk with Dan Krevsky of HITT-SHIELD about the materials involved in their Defender Concussion Suppressing Sports Cap.

We take a moment to chat with Les Wolff of Les Wolff Sports. Initially to talk about sports memorabilia and the collectibles industry. But, as so often happens with this segment, we veer in to talking about our passion in sports. Les can be found at www.leswolffsportsllc.com

Please check him out.

We take a moment to chat with Eric Slaughter of the Morehouse College Maroon Tigers Sports Network. Topics ranging from football to their #3 ranked DII basketball team, to famous alumni Edwin Moses. Thanks to Eric for taking the time.

       
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