I remember Jenna crom ESB mentioning to me years ago he hit on her during a interview haha.Man I can't stand Peter McNeely. That interview in his dressing room before the Tyson fight is one of the most cringe inducing scenes I've ever seen.
Booth can either be really interesting, or impossible to listen to.Tris' most recent interview is a 2nd interview with Adam Booth.
It starts out at the usually quality. Starts to wobble at bit towards the middle and ends up on the scrap heap.
Booth just seems to be trying too hard to be different and ends up confusing even himself.
Overall it is still a decent listen. Interested to hear what you think.Booth can either be really interesting, or impossible to listen to.
He's another of UK boxing's eccentrics, or at least he likes to give that impression.
Still really looking forward to listening to it though.
I like him, and like his interviews when he wants to do them. He's a deep guy, happy to be speak his mind, gives something different than the usual boxing chat.Overall it is still a decent listen. Interested to hear what you think.
Booth's analysis of Joshua's improvement was one of the biggest take aways from the interview for me. Talked about how Joshua's static balance has always been first class but how he had worked on and improved out of sight his balance when on the move (he had a better word than that but that was the meaning).He was spot on about Joshua's balance and the improvements he's made.