Fury v Wilder fallout, historic trilogies and farewell Pacquiao
Mike Costello returns to the podcast to discuss the fallout from Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder's thrilling third fight, ask what now for the heavyweight division and look at some of the greatest trilogies in boxing history. Then, a look back at the career of Manny Pacquiao, who retired last month at the age of 42, including Mike's trip to interview the Pacman in the Philippines in 2010.
Mike's documentary with Pacquiao can be found on BBC Sounds.
Episode 1: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/p00c0h9f
Episode 2: https://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/p00c4pmd
Fury v Wilder III - instant reaction to a classic
After Tyson Fury picked himself up from the canvas again to knock out Deontay Wilder in the eleventh round, Steve and Richie Woodhall break down the action. Steve also gets involved in the chaotic scenes in Fury’s dressing room after the fight.
Wilder comes in big but is that the right strategy? Final fight breakdown & predictions
After Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder weighed in for their heavyweight world title fight, how could both coming in at their heaviest ever affect the outcome? Steve is joined by former super middleweight world champion Richie Woodhall to break it all down, with contributions from Lennox Lewis and pound-for-pound star Teofimo Lopez. Also, Liam Smith explains why he’s confident ahead of his fight with local rival Anthony Fowler - full commentary of Smith v Fowler from 10pm on Saturday night on BBC Radio 5 live Sports Extra.
Fury v Wilder III: Press conference and Wilder's new attitude
As Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder came head-to-head for the final press conference, Steve is joined by American journalist Mark Kriegel to discuss Wilder's changed attitude with new head trainer Malik Scott, and Wilder's manager Shelly Finkel on how they won the court arbitration to get the third fight.
Fury 'glowing' as Wilder fight approaches
Former British and Commonwealth Champion David Price joins Buncey as the build-up to Fury-Wilder 3 in Las Vegas continues. A searingly honest Fury opens up on motivation, we speak to Dillian Whyte who could be set for another shot at a world title, and we preview Liam Smith against Anthony Fowler - the battle of the local lads in Liverpool.