Revisiting the most famous fight of them all: Muhammad Ali v George Foreman, Zaire 1974. Featuring archive material from Foreman himself, Ali's manager Gene Kilroy, boxing historian Bert Sugar and British sports journalist Neil Allen.
Katie Taylor's "game-changing" night for boxing
Katie Taylor put on one of her best performances in beating Christina Linardatou at the Manchester Arena, on the same night that Anthony Crolla had to dig deep to win his retirement fight. Mike and Steve also analyse Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez’s win over Sergey Kovalev to win a world title in a fourth weight division.
Taylor moves up, Crolla’s last dance & Canelo v Kovalev
Previews of a busy weekend of boxing, including Katie Taylor’s attempt to win a world title in a second weight division against Christina Linardatou, Anthony Crolla’s retirement fight against Frank Urquiaga, and Saul ‘Canelo” Alvarez taking a big step up in weight against Sergey Kovalev.
Josh Taylor: fighter of the year? Plus Fury on wrestling and Wilder
Is Josh Taylor Britain's best boxer right now after his win over Regis Prograis? Taylor joins Mike and Steve on the phone to break down the victory and explain where he wants to go next in his career. Then, Tyson Fury explains why he's fighting in the WWE against Braun Strowman, and how it might impact his scheduled rematch with Deontay Wilder.
Instant reaction: Taylor beats Prograis
Scotland’s Josh Taylor wins the World Boxing Super Series and unifies the IBF and WBA super lightweight titles by beating Regis Prograis at the O2 Arena. Instant reaction from ringside including interviews with Taylor, his trainer Shane McGuigan, his manager Barry McGuigan and promoter Eddie Hearn.