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Preview & Picks: Zayas vs Fortea 12/9/2023

  Fight Preview   On Saturday, Dec. 9 at the Charles F. Dodge City Center in Pembroke Pines, Florida will feature two high-stakes fights. Cuban WBO featherweight champion Robeisy “El Tren” Ramirez puts his crown up for grabs against unbeaten Mexican challenger Rafael “El Divino” Espinoza for main event contention, while Puerto Rican junior middleweight sensation Xander Zayas battles Spain’s Jorge Fortea in 10-round co-feature.   Zayas (17-0, 11 KOs) signed in October 2019 and has made steady progress as he climbs through the 154-pound division. In June he earned an eight-round unanimous decision against Ronald Cruz before following up

Picks & Predictions: Haney vs Prograis 12/9/2023

  Fight Preview   On Saturday at Chase Center in San Jose, Bay Area residents will witness another riveting battle between two unbeaten boxers in an exciting undisputed lightweight title matchup: former undisputed lightweight champion Devin Haney against Regis Prograis for the WBC light welterweight belt. Haney recently made headlines after relinquishing all four major 135-pound titles to focus on two-weight title runs; Prograis recently claimed four major lightweight championships himself before moving up in weight class for this fight.   San Francisco native Devin Haney is currently unbeaten with 15 knockouts and hoping to add another chapter to an

Preview & Analysis: Ramirez vs Espinoza 12-09-2023

  Fight Preview   Ramirez, who won two Olympic gold medals during his amateur days, quickly secured the WBO featherweight championship by defeating Isaac Dogboe in April and then quickly defended it against Satoshi Shimizu on the Naoya Inoue-Stephen Fulton undercard shortly thereafter.   Rafael Espinoza may not be one of the top 15 in WBO rankings for his division, but he’s undefeated with 21 victories — 18 via knockout — since making his professional debut. Standing 6 feet and having an orthodox stance behind an extended reach of 74 inches behind, Espinoza presents Ramirez with an ideal challenger who

Picks & Predictions: Michael Conlan vs Jordan Gill 12-02-2023

  Fight Preview   Michael Conlan will meet Jordan Gill in a 12 round featherweight bout this Saturday night at SSE Arena Belfast. These former world title challengers collide in a fight that could prove pivotal in either player’s quest to clinch an opportunity at world title glory.   Conlan lost his world title fight against WBA featherweight champion Leigh Wood in May and since has had to regroup and find his way back up the rankings. Working alongside Cuban-American trainer Pedro Diaz in order to regain form more quickly. Conlan remains confident he will return stronger than ever and

Analysis & Prediction: Ryan Garcia vs Oscar Duarte 12/02/2023

  Fight Preview   Ryan Garcia and Oscar Duarte meet Saturday night as the main event of a DAZN card. For Garcia, this will be his first fight since being stopped by Gervonta Davis back in April; that loss broke his reputation as one of boxing’s unbreakable fighters and now Garcia seeks to reestablish himself within the junior welterweight division.   The 12-round fight will feature 25-year-old Garcia, a former world champion at super featherweight and lightweight divisions with a 23-1 record including 19 knockouts.   Garcia has shown promise since losing to Davis, performing well in both of his

Predictions & Analysis: Cameron vs Taylor 2 11-25-2023

  Fight Preview   Chantelle Cameron entered the ring before her rematch with Katie Taylor on November 25 in Dublin to a thunderous booing from fans – an appropriate reception given she beat American Jessica McCaskill to unify all four versions of the lightweight world title in November and now faces Ireland’s most revered athlete, Katie Taylor. Cameron, 32 years old and an experienced fighter knows this bout will not just be another contest between two highly-ranked fighters but will instead set an important precedent in Ireland and internationally.   It will be the inaugural meeting between two reigning undisputed

Preview & Analysis: Matias vs Ergashev 11-24-2023

  Fight Preview   Subriel Matias defending his IBF light welterweight championship against mandatory challenger Shohjahon Ergashev; both combatants appear set for an intense fight.   Matias’ relentless pressure in the ring and his never-faltering engine have made him a formidable adversary for any opponent he faces. Hailing from Fajardo, Puerto Rico he employs an approach designed to hurt opponents with each punch delivered.   Matias has established himself as one of the top fighters in the 140-pound division despite only fighting 20 bouts. His only defeat came at close 10-round decision loss against Petros Ananyan in 2020; since then,

Picks & Preview: David Benavidez vs Demetrius Andrade 11-25-2023

  Fight Preview   David Benavidez and Demetrius Andrade will meet on November 25th for a super middleweight bout at Michelob ULTRA Arena in Las Vegas, and many boxing fans cannot wait for them to do battle.   Benavidez and Andrade both boast unblemished records, but what has made their fight such an intriguing event is their unique styles. While Andrade’s quick movements and evasive defense stand out among competitors in his division, Benavidez stands out with powerful punches and an extraordinary tactical intelligence which make him one of the sport’s finest fighters. Their diverging approaches may result in an

Picks & Analysis: Charlo vs Benavidez Jr. 11/25/2023

  Fight Preview   Jermall Charlo will square off against Jose Benavidez Jr in a 10-round non-title fight at 163 pounds on November 25th, and fans cannot miss this exciting showdown.   Charlo returns to action after an extended hiatus from fighting; 2 years, 5 months and 6 days have passed since he last competed against Juan Macias Montiel. Charlo was undefeated in his first 32 professional contests with 22 of those wins coming by way of knockout.   Charlo has managed to remain champion despite taking time off from fighting, and has managed to hold onto his title. Charlo

Picks & Predictions: Ball vs Dogboe 11-17-2023

  Fight Preview   Nick Ball has earned himself a fearsome reputation in British featherweight boxing, and now is making strides toward world recognition. On Saturday, November 18th, Ball will face Isaac Dogboe; should he prevail, the victor could compete for world titles as early as 2024. Both fighters have much to prove this weekend, yet both appear well equipped for success in this fight. The fight will take place at Manchester’s AO Arena and feature a full 12-round contest.   Dogboe, 24, hailing from London is currently ranked no.2 by WBC and no.6 by WBO in featherweight divisions respectively.

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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.