Rank #1: Episode 173: The Billion Dollar Matchroom Deal
Angelo and Tom break down the DAZN-Matchroom deal. They discuss Matchroom's $1 billion dollar deal to air 32 cards per year. How is this connected to PBC? Will Haymon's fighters get involved? Who is the target audience? What about Wilder vs Joshua? And who are the big losers here. Plus a whole lot more.
Rank #2: Episode 172: Bellew-Haye fools us again, Golovkin handles his business, HBO's narrative
Leo joins Angelo to discuss the predictable, but still somehow shocking to some fans, farce that was Tony Bellew vs David Haye. Also, Golovkin beats Martirosyan as he was supposed to and the way HBO covered it. K2's failure with getting new fighters, Ryan Garcia's win on ESPN, and Zuffa boxing.
Rank #3: Episode 171: Mailbag (Lomachenko p4p #1?, Prospect draft, ESPN-Top Rank, Infinity war & more)
Rollins joins Angelo to do a mailbag episode. Rollins makes his first appearance and by the end of the podcast is unloading blistering takes on your favorite fighter. Note: Infinity War spoilers at 35:00-36:00 and 50:00-54:00. They discuss what Lomachenko has to do to be p4p #1, how much money Top Rank is making, the brightest futures in boxing, Showtime's schedule for the rest of the year, and a whole lot more. This is a packed episode with a little bit of everything.
Rank #4: Episode 170: Jacobs ready for Charlo? 50 million dollar offer, Matchroom's big announcement
Eddie Hearn is trying to fool the public with this $50 million dollar offer, Danny Jacobs with a very conflicting performance against Maciej Sulecki, and Jarrell Miller's potential in the heavyweight division. Plus, who is moving to HBO, Golovkin's next move, will he be stripped, and the upcoming Bellew vs Haye rematch. Become a backer and get access to 2 new podcasts! http://patreon.com/sundaypuncher
Rank #5: Episode 169: Broner-Vargas Draw, Khan is back, ESPN+'s plans for boxing
Angelo is joined by Tom to discuss this weekend’s action. They break down the Brooklyn card that Tom was at, discussing why he thought Vargas won, Charlo’s big knockout, and Davis’s ceiling. Plus, the return of Amir Khan (all 40 seconds of it), Carl Frampton’s nice win over Nonito Donaire, and why the Nevada State Athletic Commission got it right with Canelo. Plus, ESPN+ has plans for a new boxing themed show, Danny Jacobs’s plans at middleweight, and a whole lot more. Become a backer at http://patreon.com/sundaypuncher
Rank #6: Episode 168: Anthony Joshua's next fight, Amir Khan's return, and Golovkin without a fight
Angelo and Babs discuss Gennady Golovkin not having an opponent on May 5th, Eddie Hearn's lies about a potential Wilder fight, what people are missing when talking about Joshua-Wilder, the return of Amir Khan, Adrien Broner in trouble in his return, and why this is a must-win fight for Carl Frampton.
Rank #7: Episode 167: Hurd beats Lara in a thriller + Floyd serious about MMA?
Paul joins Angelo to discuss Jarrett Hurd and Erislandy Lara's thriller of a fight. They break down the cards, discuss why the cards were close, and why the fight was as good as it was. Plus, has James DeGale gotten better or is he as bad as ever? Will Floyd let Gervonta fight Lomachenko? Should we believe in Eddie Hearn regarding Joshua vs Wilder, and the best resumes in boxing. Note, they promise to talk about WWE but don't actually do it because it didn't turn out good. They didn't know what they were talking about and deleted it for your sake. Become at backer at http://patreon.com/sundaypuncher for exclusive access to 2 more podcasts.
Rank #8: Episode 165: Anthony Joshua unifies heavyweight titles
Anthony Joshua unified 3 of the 4 major heavyweight titles. Babs joins Angelo to discuss the big heavyweight fight. Plus, David Price is knocked out and nobody was surprised, more discussion on the Canelo-Golovkin drug testing fiasco, and predictions for Jarrett Hurd vs Erislandy Lara. Become a backer at http://patreon.com/sundaypuncher and get 2 brand new boxing related podcasts to listen to
Rank #9: Episode 166: Canelo Withdraws From Golovkin Rematch
Angelo and Paul discuss Canelo's choice to withdraw from his upcoming fight with Gennady Golovkin. About 30 minutes in Fred Garvin makes his return to the podcast after a lengthy layoff to discuss the failed test, the Nevada State Athletic Commission, and the choice to cancel the fight.
Rank #10: Episode 164: Dillian Whyte's Big KO, AJ-Parker, more on Canelo-Golovkin drug stuff, and Charlo's beefing
Babs joins Angelo to discuss why Dillian Whyte's KO over Lucas Browne isn't a big deal, how the Nevada Athletic Commission is doing a PR more, and how perception of Canelo's test result could be different. Plus, a preview of Anthony Joshua's defense against Joseph Parker. Become a backer at http://patreon.com/sundaypuncher to get access to a daily news recap podcast and a long-form narrative podcast (first episode released last week, subject: Al Haymon).