Thursday, March 22, 2018  |


Rabbit Punches podcast, episode 13


In the 13th edition of Rabbit Punches, a podcast hosted by RING Magazine Editor Michael Rosenthal and U.K. Correspondent/Editor Tom Gray, the first subject is Thai warrior Wisaksil Wangek’s (aka Srisaket Sor Rungvisai’s) legacy-forging obliteration of Roman Gonzalez, plus the other fights on the “Superfly” card. Then Michael and Tom give an in-depth preview of the big one coming up this weekend: Canelo Alvarez vs. Gennady Golovkin to determine the middleweight champion of the world.

Rabbit Punches is now available on iTunes!

  • Canek

    Cuadras lost, he doesn’t deserve an immediate title shot, even though it’s the TRBO belt there should be some type of sanity.

    • Tom Gray

      Neives was coming off a loss and Cuadras is infinitely more sane than that. I just thought it would make for a good scrap. Cuadras is rarely in a dull fight and Inoue needs a step up in US soil. Granted, there are other options.

  • Joey Junger

    The problem with mentioning Canelo in the same breath with some of the Mexican greats is that, notwithstanding his skill and his resume, he needs some kind of career-defining trilogy. He needs a foil to bring that out of him. Also, I’ve never seen him in a fight as torridly-paced or furious as you typically associate with great memorable Mexican wars. Plenty of fights are won on counter-punching but legends aren’t forged with cautious displays.