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Luis Alberto Lopez vs Michael Conlan: Preview & Picks 5/27/2023

  Fight Preview   This weekend at the SSE Hydro Arena in Belfast, Ireland, Michael Conlan will have another shot at a world championship when the former Olympian takes on IBF champion Luis Alberto Lopez in a 12-round title bout. Conlan believes that a home-field crowd will be sufficient to depose road warrior Lopez, and that it is now or never for him.   Conlan’s age of 31 is difficult to comprehend. He has made virtually little progress since being pro, but last year, he narrowly defeated Leigh Wood for the world championship. Wood kept on Conlan throughout the fight

Mauricio Lara vs Leigh Wood: Picks & Predictions 5/27/2023

  Fight Preview   Leigh Wood successfully defended his WBA featherweight belt against Mauricio Lara in six very flawless rounds in February. In Round 7, Lara only needed one left hook to stop Wood’s momentum and declare herself the winner. On Saturday in Manchester, England, the two will square off once more.   No of the outcome, Lara won’t be departing as the champion because he had his championship stripped for failing to make weight on Friday by more than three pounds. In his bid to win the title a second time, Wood will still be competing for it.  

Devin Haney vs Vasiliy Lomachenko: Picks & Analysis 05/20/2023

    Fight Preview   Prepare yourself for an exhilarating event! Fight night is drawing near, as Devin Haney and Vasyl Lomachenko gear up to clash on Saturday, May 20th, 2023, at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Devin Haney currently holds the undisputed lightweight championship, having triumphed over George Kambosos Jr. twice last year, acquiring all the lightweight belts. Now, Haney faces the challenge of defending his titles against Vasyl Lomachenko, a former lightweight champion who has been widely recognized as one of the world’s top pound-for-pound boxers for the past five years.   Despite being the

Andrew Moloney vs Junto Nakatani: Preview & Picks 05/20/2023

    Fight Preview   This Saturday at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada, Junto Nakatani of Japan, previously an undefeated WBO Flyweight Champion, will increase his weight as he competes against Andrew Moloney of Australia, to secure the vacant WBO Super Flyweight Title. It will be a thrilling match featuring two boxers who have a history of knocking out opponents and have impressive numbers on their side. Junto Nakatani, at 170 cm, is 5 centimeters taller than Andrew Moloney, who stands at 165 cm. Along with having a reach advantage over Moloney of 5 centimeters. Andrew Moloney is

Katie Taylor vs Chantelle Cameron: Picks & Preview 05/19/2023

    Fight Preview   Katie Taylor, the undisputed lightweight champion, will be facing off against Chantelle Cameron, for the undisputed light welterweight champion this Saturday, at the 3Arena in Dublin, Ireland. The showdown on Saturday will end the undisputed winning streak of one of these fighters.   Katie Taylor currently boasts a 22-0 record, and is holding four world titles (IBF, WBA, WBC, and WBO) in the lightweight division. Chantelle Cameron boasts a 17-0 record, and is currently holding five world titles (IBF, IBO, WBA, WBC, and WBO) in the Super lightweight division.   Chantelle Cameron’s knockout percentage is

Jason Moloney vs Vincent Astrolabio: Preview & Picks 05/13/2023

    Fight Preview   On Saturday, Jason Moloney of Australia and Vincent Astrolabio of the Philippines will fight for the vacant WBO Bantamweight Title. In October, Moloney boxed Nawaphon Kaikanha and won a unanimous decision after 12 rounds. In December, Astrolabio won the vacant WBO Inter-Continental Bantamweight Belt by knocking out Nikoloai Potapov in the sixth round.   Moloney, who is 32 years old, has a record of 25-2 with 19 knockout victories. Before losing to Naoya Inoue in the seventh round of their bout for the WBA Super World and IBF Bantamweight Titles in October of 2020, he

Janibek Alimkhanuly vs Steven Butler: Picks & Analysis 05/13/2023

    Fight Preview   We are days away from the return of WBO middleweight champion Janibek ‘Qazaq Style’ Alimkhanuly taking on Steven ‘Big Bang’ Butler , who will headline a bill. Alimkhanuly looks to light the fire to attract some of the more prominent names or other champions at or around 160 pounds, with the middleweight division all but forgotten.   At one point, there was talk of the possibility of junior middleweight contender Charles Conwell moving up to fight Alimkhanuly, but those talks never materialized into anything significant. Although Alimkhanuly is the heavy favorite, Butler will be looking

Rolando Romero vs Ismael Barroso: Picks & Preview 05/13/2023

    Fight Preview   It’s understandable that even the most devoted boxing fan could be confused by the circumstances surrounding Saturday’s bout between Rolando Romero and Ismael Barroso for the WBA super lightweight title. Barroso has been waiting for a title opportunity for almost three years, but he was originally not scheduled to be a part of the Showtime Boxing main event.   The main event was supposed to feature Romero and the champion, Alberto Puello. This pairing was previously questionable due to Romero’s lack of experience at 140 pounds and his recent knockout loss to Gervonta “Tank” Davis.

Joshua Buatsi vs Pawel Stepien: Picks & Preview 05/05/2023

  Fight Preview   Joshua Buatsi and Pawel Stepien will face off in a 12-round bout on May 6th in Birmingham, England. Buatsi, an undefeated light heavyweight from Ghana based in London, last fought in May, defeating Craig Richards in a unanimous decision. Stepien, hailing from Poland, won his last fight in August against Iago Kiziria in an eight-round unanimous decision.   Buatsi, aged 30, has a perfect record of 16-0 with an impressive 81.3% knockout ratio, having won 13 of his fights by knockout. He had a successful amateur career and has won the WBA International and BBBoC British

Canelo Alvarez vs John Ryder: Picks & Preview 05/05/2023

  Fight Preview   Mexican boxer Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez is set to return to the ring on Saturday, May 6th, to face off against John Ryder from England. Alvarez’s most recent fight was against Gennady Golovkin in September, where he won a narrow victory in their third match, while Ryder won the Interim WBO Super Middleweight Title in November after Zach Parker pulled out with a broken hand.   Alvarez has claimed numerous titles in recent years, including the WBC Super Middleweight Title, the WBA belt, and the WBO title, by defeating Callum Smith, Billy Joe Saunders, and Caleb Plant,

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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.