Fury in WWE, Warrington wins, and a new heavyweight contender?
As Tyson Fury confirms that he's going to be fighting Braun Strowman in a WWE wrestling match at the end of November, do Mike and Steve think it's a good idea given the proximity to a potential rematch with Deontay Wilder? Also, Josh Warrington joins the podcast after his win over Sofiane Takoucht to discuss what's next in his career, Mike and Steve assess the danger Oleksandr Usyk poses to the big heavyweight names after he made his debut in the division at the weekend, and reaction to three medals for Great Britain at the women's World Amateur Championships.
Josh Warrington, fatherhood and fighting
Ahead of his upcoming fight against Sofiane Takoucht, Josh Warrington opens up on how he balances his family life with his boxing career. Mike and Steve discuss how different fighters rely on their partners, and speak to Warrington's father Sean about his approach to training his son.
Amateur Worlds and Benn back at 55
As the GB squad came back from the men's AIBA World Championships in Russia with three medals, Steve travels up to Sheffield to talk to 1988 Olympic medalist and now coach Richie Woodhall as well as Rob McCracken, the head of the British amateur boxing set-up. They discuss medal prospects for the Olympics next year in Tokyo and how the rest of the world is improving at amateur boxing. Then, Steve and Richie reflect on former super middleweight champion Nigel Benn returning to the ring aged 55 to fight Sakio Bika.
Fury fallout, Canelo-Kovalev, and Taylor targets another title
Katie Taylor joins the podcast to explain why she's moving up in weight to face Christina Linardatou, and when she wants to rematch Delphine Persoon. Mike and Steve also analyse the fallout from Tyson Fury's victory over Otto Wallin, and ask whether his current training regime might be too intense. Also, reaction to the furore around Rob McCracken's interview on the podcast, after which he was criticised by head injury charity Headway; an early preview of Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez v Sergey Kovalev; and a look ahead to Daniel Dubois and Nicola Adams' fights this weekend.
Joshua beaten: The rumours, the fallout, and what comes next?
As the dust settles on Anthony Joshua's stunning upset defeat to Andy Ruiz jr., Mike and Steve debate the rumours around Joshua being knocked out in sparring, Joshua's father's apparently angry reaction in the ring after the fight, and what changes he needs to make to get back to the top of the sport.