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Carl Froch was a warrior in the ring. It won him four world titles and made him one of the most popular British boxers in recent history. In this podcast he brings his unique insight into the mind of a fighter - the violence, the pain and the glory - to the current issues in the boxing world. With commentator and presenter Darren Fletcher.
 
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Fletch and Carl pay tribute to Marvin Hagler, the former undisputed world middleweight champion who died at the weekend. Fletch recalls the time he met the great man in Nottingham and Carl tells us what made him so good. The boys also look ahead to Dillian Whyte's rematch against Alexander Povetkin in Gibraltar later this month.…
 
Carl Froch and George Groves had one of the fiercest rivalries in sport and now, almost seven years on since that historic night at Wembley, the lads leave their differences at the door for an honest and frank chat on the pod. With Fletch barely getting a word in, the pair reminisce about their hatred of each other, clear up a few misunderstandings…
 
Fletch and Carl share their concerns and excitement over Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr's exhibition fight in the early hours of Sunday morning. The boys also breakdown the showdown between Daniel Dubois and Joe Joyce for the British, Commonwealth and vacant European heavyweight titles.על ידי Left Peg Media
 
Carl breaks down what went wrong for Derek Chisora in his heavyweight bout against Oleksandr Usyk. Despite the win, the guys question whether Usyk has what it takes to succeed in the heavyweight division and reflect on Deontay Wilder's recent claims.על ידי Left Peg Media
 
Dillian Whyte joins Carl and Fletch from his training camp in Portugal. They chat about the defeat to Alexander Povetkin, and why the rematch will be different. Dillian also takes us back to his childhood and why he was only ever going to become a fighter.על ידי Left Peg Media
 
Carl tells Fletch about an exchanges of messages he had with Tyson Fury regarding the prospect of Fury and Joshua meeting in the ring. Fury’s response is gold!! The boys also look back at Dillian Whyte’s defeat to Alexander Povetkin and Carl shares his thoughts on what Whyte needs to do to bounce back.…
 
Carl and Fletch react to the news that Frank Warren has put forward a proposal to Eddie Hearn to pit their two stables of fighters against each other, and what it could mean for the future of the sport in the UK. The boys can’t help but be excited over Mike Tyson’s bout against Roy Jones Jr next month and also discuss what a pity it was that Ted Ch…
 
Sky Sports' head of boxing Adam Smith joins Carl Froch and Darren Fletcher to discuss the return of boxing behind closed doors, including Dillian Whyte v Alexander Povetkin and Katie Taylor v Delphine Persoon, the future of pay-per-view boxing and whether Anthony Joshua v Tyson Fury could be made with the co-operation of the two main UK broadcaster…
 
Carl and Fletch react to the growing beef between Dillian Whyte and Tyson Fury, debate the middleweight and supermiddleweight picture as Billy Joe Saunders apparently ruled himself out of fighting Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez, and ask what should be next after Jarrell Miller failed another drugs test.על ידי Left Peg Media
 
With Dillian Whyte still in line for his mandatory shot at Tyson Fury's WBC world heavyweight title, Carl and Fletch attempt to unpick the messy heavyweight landscape and assess how it might affect a potential fight between Fury and Anthony Joshua.על ידי Left Peg Media
 
After the news yesterday that there had been an 'agreement' for a fight between Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury, Carl and Darren analyse what we've actually learned and when we might actually see the fight happening. Then, former world super middleweight champion Mikkel Kessler joins the podcast to discuss the two classic fights between the Viking Wa…
 
With boxing’s potential return in July, Carl explains why he’s not a fan of fights taking place in empty venues and suggests the sport should consider waiting until it’s 100% safe to do so. And with Mike Tyson threatening to come out of retirement aged 53, Carl tells us why it’s a bad idea.על ידי Left Peg Media
 
Carl's trainer Rob McCracken joins the podcast to explain how he built Carl from a nervous amateur into a world champion, the times in their career together when it didn't go right and his work now with heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua.על ידי Left Peg Media
 
Carl remembers his time working the doors in his family's pub as a teenager, reveals how close he was to fighting Julio Cesar Chavez jr in Las Vegas to end his career, and says which super middleweights from history he'd love to fight - including Marvelous Marvin Hagler, Roberto Duran and Nigel Benn.…
 
From final bell to returning home, Carl explains what a boxer has to go through both practically and emotionally in the aftermath of a big fight. He talks about having to juggle doctors, drug testers and media with wanting to spend time with friends and family. And what chance of seeing the fight that never was? Carl has a message for Joe Calzaghe!…
 
Flicking through his old diaries again, Carl recounts his pre-fight routine from weigh-in to first bell. Referencing many of his world title fights, he talks about the psychological importance of the weigh-in, how he stayed focussed in those hours before the fight, what he did to deal with the nerves and why nailing the ring walk right was so impor…
 
Carl breaks down his training routines throughout his career, using the notebooks in which he recorded every run, press up and sparring session. He breaks down some brutal sparring sessions with Tony Bellew, and how he knew he was in the best shape of his life leading up to the second Groves fight.על ידי Left Peg Media
 
Carl and Darren reflect on the heavyweight landscape after Tyson Fury's dominant victory over Deontay Wilder, where it leaves Dillian Whyte and Anthony Joshua, and Carl reveals how close he was to taking a fight with Gennady Golovkin.על ידי Left Peg Media
 
After seeing Deontay Wilder put Luis Ortiz with a huge single shot last weekend, Carl explains the feeling of landing that one massive punch to end a fight - guess which one he's talking about? Also, reaction to John Ryder's controversial loss on points to Callum Smith.על ידי Left Peg Media
 
Carl explains how long it took him to develop into a pay-per-view attraction, and the risks he had to take along the way to build his reputation - winning the world title against Jean Pascal then going straight into a fight with highly-regarded American Jermain Taylor. Also, a tribute to Patrick Day, who passed away as a result of injuries sustaine…
 
After trainer Rob McCracken was criticised following Anthony Joshua's defeat to Andy Ruiz, Carl explains what a fighter has to be willing to put themselves through to win a fight. He then breaks down the rematch in Saudi Arabia, and why Joshua might find it difficult to dominate Ruiz.על ידי Left Peg Media
 
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