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Luis Nery vs David Carmona Jr: Analysis & Picks 10/01/2022

    Fight Preview   Luis Nery has a new exciting opponent for a contingency fight ahead of plans for one more junior featherweight title run.   The former two division winner will now battle countryman and three time title runner up David Carmona Jr. this Saturday in Nery’s home of Tijuana, Mexico. The fight stands in support of a show paying tribute to Jackie Nava (39-4-4 scoreline, 16KOs), the former bantamweight and unified junior featherweight winner who will face Argentina native Gloria Elena Yancaqueo (10-11-3 scoreline, 3KOs) in the final fight before retiring of her outstanding 21 year total

Joe Joyce vs Joseph Parker: Preview & Predictions 9/24/2022

  Fight Preview   The heavyweight division returns this Saturday as two contenders from just below the top tier of operators go head-to-head at Manchester’s AO Arena. Joe Joyce of England faces off against New Zealander Joseph Parker. The fight throws up a distinct clash of styles, meaning one can argue a strong case for either fighter grabbing the win at the weekend. It will be interesting to see which style is more effective as the bout unfolds. Known as “Juggernaut,” Joyce’s style is perfectly summed up by that appellation. The 37-year-old, who turned pro in 2017 after a lengthy

Shakur Stevenson vs Robson Conceicao: Picks & Analysis 9/23/2022

  Fight Preview On Friday night, Stevenson will be looking to continue the unbeaten run to his career when he defends his WBC and WBO junior lightweight titles against Robson Conceicao. In an era with a wealth of young, exciting talent, Shakur Stevenson may have the highest ceiling. But there is a very important thing to keep in mind, Shakur Stevenson failed to make weight by 1.6 pounds at Thursday’s weigh-in and said he will no longer compete at 130 pounds and will move up a weight class. Friday’s fight will still occur, but only Robson Conceicao can win the

Amanda Serrano vs Sarah Mahfoud: Picks & Predictions 9/24/2022

  Fight Preview Amanda Serrano brings a 42-2-1 record with 30 KOs into the ring at Manchester Arena as she faces Sarah Mahfoud. Serrano holds the Guinness World Record for most women’s boxing world championships having won titles in 7 different weight classes. Mahfoud is from Denmark and comes in undefeated at 11-0 with 3 KOS. She won the IBF featherweight title in 2020 and last fought in April, taking a a 10-round win over Nina Meinkeover.   Let’s check the latest Boxing picks, news, stats and Boxing expert picks for Serrano vs Mahfoud We’ve plenty of Boxing predictions for

Ali Akhmedov vs Gabriel Rosado: Predictions & Analysis 9/17/2022

    Fight Preview   Veteran Gabriel Rosado of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania takes on Ali Akhmedov of Kazakhstan on the undercard of the Gennadiy Golovkin vs Canelo Alvarez tilt this Saturday. The 10-round super middleweight bout for the vacant IBF North American Super Middleweight Belt will be happening in Las Vegas, Nevada.   The 36-year-old Rosado carries a record of 26-15-1 with 15 Kos and has boxed 330 rounds since making his pro debut in 2006. He’s just shy of 6-feet tall and 71.5-inch reach. Rosado’s not really a powerful puncher despite his spectacular one-punch KO over Bektemir Melikuziev in June,

Jesse Rodriguez vs Israel Gonzalez: Picks & Preview 9/17/2022

    Fight Preview   On Saturday at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, NV, the co-main event fight features WBC super flyweight champion Jesse “Bam” Rodriguez going up against the battle-tested veteran Israel Gonzalez.   The WBC champion Rodriguez’s year has made him one of the bright young stars of the sport who look to become household names in the future. It all started in February when he stepped into a fight with Carlos Cuadras as a last-minute replacement while the fight was one weight class higher than what Rodriguez would normally compete in.   Rodriguez dismantled Cuadras and

Canelo Alvarez vs Gennadiy Golovkin: Picks & Predictions 9/17/2022

    Fight Preview   Canelo Alvarez and Gennadiy Golovkin will meet for a third time on September 17 inside the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas to settle their contentious rivalry once and for all. When this fight got made earlier in the summer, there was a mixed reception, largely due to Gennady Golovkin now being 40 years of age.   However, scenes of media and supporters congregating in Las Vegas on Tuesday reminded everyone that Canelo Alvarez and the Kazakh fighter share one of boxing’s most fierce rivalries. Canelo is coming off a rare defeat and Golovkin is now

Canelo Alvarez vs Gennady Golovkin: Analysis & Predictions 9/17/2022

    Fight Preview   This will be the third part of the trilogy as Canelo Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin fight again in Las Vegas on September 17. In 2017, the first fight ended up in a split draw, and the second one went to Alvarez via majority decision. This time they fight for the undisputed super middleweight title.   Our betting experts preview the fight between Joseph Adorno will fight Hugo Alberto Roldan. They’ll go over the latest boxing betting trends, best value boxing odds available, and share their boxing expert predictions and boxing picks.   Let’s check the

Joseph Adorno vs Hugo Alberto Roldan: Picks & Preview 9/09/2022

    Fight Preview   Joseph “Blessed Hands” Adorno and Hugo Alberto Roldan are set to face off in the ring today, in Atlantic City at Bally’s Event Center. Adorno enters with a 16-1-2 record and has back-to-back knockouts this year. Roldan is 21-0-1 and has won four straight since a majority draw in 2019.   Our betting experts preview the fight between Joseph Adorno will fight Hugo Alberto Roldan. They’ll go over the latest boxing betting trends, best value boxing odds available, and share their boxing expert predictions and boxing picks.   Let’s check the latest Boxing picks, news,

Andy Ruiz vs Luis Ortiz: Preview & Analysis 9/04/2022

  Fight Preview On Sunday, two former heavyweight contenders are ready to stand out in a division that is being held up at the moment as Andy Ruiz Jr. and Luis Ortiz will face off against one another. The fight, taking place inside Los Angeles’ Crypto.com Arena, will feature two fighters with some interesting facts. Andy Ruiz, who is currently holding 22 wins via knockout under his belt, was last seen winning in June 2019 when he beat Anthony Joshua via TKO. Taking Joshua down several times, Ruiz won the WBA, IBF, WBO, and IBO heavyweight titles in the process.

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Host & Guests


T.J. Rives, a 30-year sports media veteran who has worked for SiriusXM, Fox Sports Radio, and TuneIn in Tampa Bay and nationwide, has seen and covered a wide variety of sports. Basketball, particularly college basketball, is, nonetheless, his first love. T.J. is a Memphis State University professor who played in the early 1990s with current Tigers coach Penny Hardaway!

T.J. was also the previous radio voice of the University of South Florida Bulls men’s basketball team in Tampa, which played in the Big East before moving to the American Conference. He has also attended or worked at 19 Final Fours over his career, with his favorite championship cities being New Orleans, Indianapolis, and San Antonio.

Dan Rafael

For more than 20 years, award-winning writer Dan Rafael has covered boxing full time and been ringside for thousands of fights. In 2000, he began covering boxing for USA Today. After five years at the nation’s newspaper, Rafael went to ESPN, where he spent 15 years as the boxing reporter and columnist while also appearing on numerous television, radio and streaming programs, including stints as the “Friday Night Fights” co-host and host of “The Boxing Beat,” one of the first original shows on ESPN+ after its launch. He is now the publisher of the “Fight Freaks Unite” boxing newsletter on Substack. In 2013, Rafael was honored by the Boxing Writers Association of America with the Nat Fleischer award for career excellence in boxing journalism.