- Carl Froch: The Reluctant Warrior
- Canelo vs. Angulo: We Didn't Learn Anything New
- Will Miguel Cotto vs. Sergio Martinez Decide Canelo's Next Rival?
- Left-Hook Lounge Mailbag: Canelo vs Angulo, Santa Cruz, Rigondeaux, and Tony Weeks!
- The Pugilist KOrner: Ann Wolfe, Kermit Cintron, Sugar Hill, Karim Mayfield, Gary Russell Jr, and more
- Froch-Groves meet at Wembley press conference ahead of rematch - 60,000 tickets gone in an hour!
- Juan Dominguez takes on German Mraz to headline April 5th
- KNOCKOUT REALITY SHOW BRINGING BOXING BACK TO THE MAINSTREAM
- Scouting Report for Saturday’s Chilemba-Grachev Fight on NBCSN Fight Night
- “San Diego Fights: Border War” Set for Friday, April 4th!
- Gulfstream Promotions card featuring Brandon Quarles This Saturday night in Springfield, VA.
- NBCSN Fight Night Only Place to Catch Adamek-Glazkov – Tickets Sold Out!
Producers of Being: Mike Tyson Give an In-Depth Glimpse Into the Documentary
I was given the opportunity to talk to the producers behind the documentary titled Being: Mike Tyson, which follows Mike in his travels as an on-stage performer around the county as well as internationally. The documentary will air this coming Sunday at 4:30 E.T. on Fox.
Both guys, Steve Michaels and Andrew Fried, had a lot to say about the experience of working with Tyson. They talk about the coming together of the idea, as well as the eye and mind opening scenes that the audience can expect to witness. Let me tell you, this is worth tuning in for.
While I expected this to be yet another reality show, I was pleasantly surprised when both Michael and Friend assured me that this was not the case. Instead they had suggested this to be an absolutely raw Mike Tyson experience.
Both producers, after spending time with Tyson, were able to describe him in a completely different light, illustrating Tyson from a totally different perspective. We all think we know Mike Tyson, but how can we, when he is still trying to discover himself.
During the course of the 3.5 months that the producers spent with Tyson, a lot had happened. Tyson had visited Muhammad Ali, joined Evander Holyfield to watch his son’s boxing match, and even couldn’t resist something that he had avoided for a very long time: hit the heavy bag.
Michaels and Fried say a lot of attractive things about the upcoming documentary, and after talking to them I am that much more interested in seeing what the program is all about.
My interview with Michaels and Fried, that was conducted 9/19/2013, please enjoy: Audio Interview
- Canelo stops Angulo in 10th; Santa Cruz defeats Mijares
- Rustam Nugaev and Roman Morales Victorious on ESPN Friday Night Fights
- Disappointment For Marston, Prince Reigns Supreme, Sensational Ozgul Bros roll on
- Hardy & Paddock Claim Titles in Bumper Night of Boxing Action
- Acourtier ‘Warzone’ Event Review
- Thompson Boxing Promotions “New Blood” Results: Carlson Wins WBC Latino 118 lb. Title
- DeGale defeats Khatchikian in a surprisingly competitive fight
- Anthony Peterson vs. Marcos Jimenez, March 21st ESPN FNF Co-Main
- Vanes Martirosyan Media Workout Quotes
- Danny Garcia eyes future Mayweather showdown if he beats Herrera this Saturday
- Al Haymon Signs Baltimore Featherweight Gervonta Davis
- Ekpo wants all the big fights in the world
- Hopkins-Shumenov Announce Light Heavyweight Unification Bout
- Froch/Groves – Promotion for Dummies?