The Weekend That Was Podcast (No. 21)

It was a big fight weekend with some significant action going down, so time for a new recap podcast from Alden Chodash as he and site contributor Jeffrey Fuss discuss the weekend’s major fights, including Roman “Chocolatito” Gonzalez posting a convincing victory over Julio Cesar Martinez,  and Jose Ramirez winning a close decision over former two division champ Jose Pedraza. Also discussed is the upcoming May mega-fight between Canelo Alvarez and unbeaten light heavyweight champ Dmitry Bivol. Check it out:

“The bottom line is Roman Gonzalez had a better run at the elite level of boxing over the past ten years than any other prizefighter on the planet, winning more meaningful matches, overcoming tougher opposition, and in the process establishing himself as one of the most effective pressure fighters in boxing history. No one else achieved more, or showed more heart and competitive zeal. Roman Gonzalez is our Fighter of the Decade, and we grant him the honor without hesitation. Because before making such an assessment and coming to a final decision, we give just as much attention and scrutiny to the smaller canvases on the wall as we do to the big ones.”         — From “The Fighter Of The Decade” by Michael Carbert