Eddie Hearn is one of the world's greatest boxing promoters and businessmen. I had the pleasure of sitting down with him to chat about his experiences with mental health, as well as some of the clients he represents including Anthony Joshua. Eddie spoke poignantly about the spotlight, and the pressures of work in his life. This episode is sponsored by RCK Partners, who specialise in helping UK businesses claim R&D tax relief across the engineering, agricultural and tech space. Check them out at rck.partnersSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/headstrongpodcast. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Eddie Hearn joins Nikki Bedi and Rev. Richard Coles. One of the biggest boxing promoters in the world, Eddie represents some of the biggest names in the sport, including Anthony Joshua and Katie Taylor. He talks about what drives him to succeed and the biggest challenges he’s faced.This weekend is the Llangollen Eisteddfod, an international music and dance festival in North Wales, which has been running since 1949. In 1956, when she was 15, Myron Lloyd entered the Welsh singing competition in a traditional costume and had her photograph taken. She thought nothing of it, until a few years later, when she discovered she’d become famous all over Wales, and beyond.Hip Hop educator Breis grew up in London and Lagos. Music helped him readjust after moving countries. Rather than entering the corporate world after gaining a maths degree, Breis has continued to pursue his passions, creating music and publishing books, including Diary of a Creative Mind.Louis Theroux chooses his Inheritance Tracks: Janie Jones by The Clash and Sha-La-La (Make Me Happy) by Al Green.Harpreet Chandi MBE, also known as ‘Polar Preet,’ talks about creating history by becoming the first woman of colour to complete an unsupported solo expedition to the South Pole.Derek Chisora and Kubrat Pulev are meeting for a second time for a boxing rematch at The O2 on Saturday 9 July 2022.Theroux the Keyhole by Louis Theroux is out now.Producer: Claire BartleetEditor: Richard Hooper
Randy Moss, Eddie Hearn & Chris Paul Might Be Good
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Chris Paul may be considered “good at basketball” after what he did Wednesday night. We’re not giving up on the take though. (00:02:48:-00:12:00:13) We talk NBA and NHL playoffs plus Billy gets cancelled live during the show. (00:12:18-00:33:25) Our long time friend Randy Moss joins the show to preview the Kentucky Derby, best storylines, and picks for Friday and Saturday. (00:34:58-00:58:18) Boxing Promoter Eddie Hearn joins us live in studio to talk about Canelo vs Bivol, life in the boxing promoter world, darts and tons more. (00:59:42-01:41:18). We finish up with Fyre Fest of the weekYou can find every episode of this show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or YouTube. Prime Members can listen ad-free on Amazon Music. For more, visit barstool.link/PardonMyTake
One of the world’s top boxing promoters Eddie Hearn tells Tony what winds him up and how he keeps things under control.Eddie admits early on that he’s quick to calm down when he gets angry before revealing it’s actually Tony who is one of the angriest people he’s ever met!He talks rudeness, mobile phones and why anger is bad in the boxing ring and bad in business.He admits he hates being told how to look after his kids by other people and why he’s really just a failed athlete.He reveals the chip he had on his shoulder about being ‘Barry Hearn’s son’ and why you should NEVER PUT TONY BELLEW IN A BOX.A great insight into boxing, anger or the lack of it, and a loyal relationship between a boxer and his promoter!
@highfieldboxing on all social media channels.You get the feeling that Eddie Hearn needs snookers in order to make this year a success. he has been frozen out of all the big fights this year and he is on the outside looking in.This is not the Eddie Hearn that DAZN thought they were getting, which is a big worry as they look to grow in challenging times.He seems like a man without a clue at the moment.