Monday, February 26, 2018  |


Rabbit Punches podcast, episode 7


This week, RING Magazine Editor Michael Rosenthal and U.K. Correspondent Tom Gray review Mikey Garcia’s Problem-solving clinic, discuss the whereabouts of Carl Frampton and preview the next issue of THE RING.


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  • Stephen M

    Loma against Garcia. Loma will anticipate everything Garcia is going to do. Can Garcia anticipate what Loma is going to do? I don’t think so. Wide UD for Loma.

    • ceylon mooney

      garcia aint on the level of crawford and loma

      • Teddy Reynoso

        Remember that Carmen Basilio was not even in the level of Kid Gavilan but he beat the greatest Sugar Ray Robinson. Garcia was already a skilled, well accomplished fighter before both Crawford and Loma came along. People seem to have just forgotten about how good Garcia has been that even his then promoter Bob Arum, before their falling out, saw him as a future heir apparent to Manny Pacquiao.

        • ceylon mooney

          yes. yes very true.

          but i dont think anyones forgotten how good garcia is–we been talkin him up here for a few years and cheerin his return.

        • whatupdoe

          Crawford beat Garcia in the amateurs.

  • Joey Junger

    Looking forward to the Terry Downs piece. He was actually a professional actor (played the hunchback in “Fearless Vampire Killers” with the lovely Sharon Tate). Ray Robinson had been in more pro fights than a lot of people watch by the time Downs faced him, so I’ll be curious to see if he says “Sugar” is the best he faced. His autobiography “My Bleedin Business,” is a classic, but good luck trying to find a copy.

    • RingTV

      You’ll be pleased to know that Anson mentioned FVK in the story!

      • ceylon mooney

        one of the best bad brains songs, too

  • Teddy Reynoso

    Boxing history is replete with tales of basic fighters who were imbued with greater courage, resolve and determination upending superiorly skilled fighters.