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Ringside Toe2Toe Boxing Podcast

By Sky Sports Boxing

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Description

Ross Thompson-Jenkins and Spencer Fearon go Toe2Toe with some of the biggest names in boxing about the current topics in the sport.

Customer Reviews

Quality boxing podcast (mostly)

I’ve been listening to this for a few months now. It is a good podcast. Interesting analysis of the previous weekend’s action and predictions for the upcoming weekend. They have a lot of interviews and content with big name domestic and international fighters, and Ross Thompson-Jenkins and Andy Scott are both really good presenters/interviewers. Spencer Fearon is however an absolute donut. He is often given free roam to go on unintelligible diatribes that usually end up contradicting himself. He clearly has an understanding of boxing (“The Knowledge” seems rather generous; “The Ego” seems more appropriate) but likes to spend much of the hour talking himself up or boasting about how well he knows everyone in the fight game. If he wasn’t on it it would be 5* for me.

The spencer fearon show

I like this podcast, I love the way spencer managers to turn every question or comment back to himself or about who he knows or who he knows about! I have bets on how many times a show he will do it

Perfect chemistry

I listen to this every single week and can't tell you how much I love it. Edwin (:p) and Spence bounce off each other so well and their in depth knowledge of the fight game is second to none. Keep it up!