Podcast: Boxing Life Stories with Tris Dixon...

Tris Dixon: Fan or Not A Fan...

  • Fan

    Votes: 32 88.9%
  • Not A Fan

    Votes: 4 11.1%

  • Total voters
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Jan 14, 2013
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My top ones so far in no particular order

Ian darke
Alex Arthur
Richie woodhall
Chris Eubank jr
Ron Katz

Eubank come across really well to me which I didn’t expect!!!! I loved the Arthur and Darke episodes tho!!

Would love to hear him interview tho

Naz
Micheal Gomez
Scott Harrison
Johnny Armour
Audley harrison

My super wish list tho would include Hagler and Duran !,,,
 
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Really enjoyed Richie Woodhall talking about his amateur days and going to the Olympics. I'd like to see fighters go more in depth on that sort of thing. Someone like Michael Conlan probably has some great stories from his amateur days.
Richie was frank and upfront about most things and consistent in that he concedes Glen Catley beat him, and watching the fight, is really the only conclusion one can really come to. Quality guy.
 
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DB Cooper

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May 17, 2013
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There's a James English podcast up where he interviews Tony Bellew and it is a great listen. Goes for about 2 hours.

It called "Anything Goes Ep 108 - World Champion boxer Tony Bellew tells his story"

Full of laughs and Bellew's telling of the story of his dad's 2 fight amateur career is a cracker.
 

DB Cooper

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In that podcast Tony Bellew thanks the referee, Michael Griffin, for saving his life against Adonis Stevenson and he isn't joking around when he says it.
 

DB Cooper

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The Nigel Benn one was brilliant. Benn very honest.

I laughed when Tris asked Benn if he would consider moving back to the UK. Benn was like "ha, ha, are you serious, I love Australia, why would I move back?"
 

DB Cooper

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Enjoyed Ed Robinson's recollections of his own boxing career and his comments on what it was like to work in his early days for Moloney and then Warren.
 
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Jul 2, 2017
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The Nigel Benn one was brilliant. Benn very honest.

I laughed when Tris asked Benn if he would consider moving back to the UK. Benn was like "ha, ha, are you serious, I love Australia, why would I move back?"
If you followed Benn career there was nothing new in this pod. Tris did not question him on quitting against Collins. Disapoting