After Tyson Fury put on a show for the American audience by dismantling Tom Schwarz in two rounds, Mike and Steve speak to the man himself, hear promoter Bob Arum’s vision for the rematch with Deontay Wilder, and look to the future.
Fury v Schwarz & Warrington v Galahad final preview
Assessing Tyson Fury v Tom Schwarz and Josh Warrington v Kid Galahad after the weigh ins. Fury explains how he believes Tom Schwarz could be a bigger threat than expected, and how he believes he is carrying the ESPN+ / Top Rank boxing brand in the United States. Josh Warrington talks how his life has changed in the 14 months since becoming world champion, why there's bad blood between him and Galahad, and his plans to look for big fights in America after this weekend.
Both fights are live on BBC Radio 5 live and the BBC Sport website.
Mad evening at Fury Manor
Tyson Fury welcomes Mike and Steve into the house he’s rented in Las Vegas ahead of his fight with Tom Schwarz. They talk Fury’s early days in boxing, ‘fat’ fighters succeeding in the aftermath of Andy Ruiz jr’s win over Anthony Joshua, and whether he’ll fight Deontay Wilder again. Also, his trainer Ben Davison explains how their relationship has evolved and how he keeps Fury motivated.
Is Fury now heavyweight number one?
With Anthony Joshua's defeat against Andy Ruiz jr. still resonating across the sport, Mike and Steve touch down in Las Vegas for Tyson Fury v Tom Schwarz. Is Fury now the man to beat in the division?
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.