Wednesday, January 6, 2010

All the Single Ladies!

Last time Andre Berto was on the show, our phones lit up with women wanting to talk to the champ. During that one show, more ladies called Through the Ropes than all shows combined.

Will the girls show up again tomorrow?

For those of you who want to talk boxing as well, Andre will discuss his upcoming fight with Sugar Shane Mosley.

We'll also speak with 2004 U.S. Olympian and undefeated junior middleweight prospect Vanes Martirosyan. Vanes takes on former champ Kassim Ouma on January 16th, in the biggest fight of his career.

Both boxers will be glad to take your calls. Especially if you're female.


Anonymous said...

Why is it that Floyd Mayweather opts to fight either Matthew Hatton or Paulie Malignaggi both who pose no threat to Mayweather

and Manny Pacquiao instead of fighting weaker opponents he opts to fight Joshua Clottey a true tough Welterweight fight which is much more difficult fight to win than him fighting Hatton/Malignaggi. Pacquiao always seems to take on tougher opponents while Mayweather always fights 140 pound fighters or opponents that are not similar to his skill level.

why can't Mayweather just wait out for the Berto/Mosley winner instead of fighting two weak opponents in Hatton/Malignaggi?

Mayweather deserves to be heavily criticized by the media because Mayweather needs to fight the best opponents and quit ducking every opponent.

Marc said...

If Mayweather fights Matthew Hatton, he will be ripped by the press and boxing fans alike. I think that would do considerable damage to the eventual fight with Pacquiao.

At least Malignaggi is considered a quality fighter.

For what it's worth, I don't think it's a given that Pacman beats Clottey.