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November 24, 2020 26 min

Andrew examines the dark web weaved by Tyson Fury to cheat Deontay Wilder out of the heavyweight championship of the world.  How do all these threads connect to one another and how do they relate to work of William Shakespeare?

 

Terence Crawford is one of the best fighters in the world and perhaps the best welterweight in the world.  So why does Bob Arum NOT want to promote him?  Is he just a grumpy old man or does our host find some sense in his words?

 

And the highly anticipated fight between Mike Tyson & Roy Jones Jr. is this weekend.  Andrew admits it IS something to look forward to, but are people getting too excited about something that might not live up to expectations?

 

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