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Episode 5: State of Boxing

In this special “State of Boxing” episode of Characters of Boxing, our host sounds off on the state of heavyweight championship boxing as he begins to gear up for his June 1 trip to Madison Square Garden for the Anthony Joshua bout.

As the days tick down to the Joshua vs. Andy Ruiz Jr. fight he compares the current state of heavyweight championship boxing to the days of  “jobbers vs superstars” in the old World Wrestling Federation (now WWE). 

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