Five Questions Episode 37: Discussing Mayweather-McGregor
After a quick discussion with new seveneighteen staff member Wes Upham about the Kyrie Irving trade, Shawn Hardie gathered some hardcore boxing fans and MMA enthusiasts to argue chat about the upcoming Floyd Mayweather-Conor McGregor fight on Saturday night. They discuss who wins the fight and in how many rounds (8:20 mark), what percent chance does McGregor have to win the fight (21:30), which sport between boxing or MMA will benefit the most from the fight (29:40), will boxers vs. mixed martial artists be the future of big time boxing matches (35:45) and if this will be the last great boxing superfight (and if this will be Floyd’s last fight) (39:50). Crew: Shawn Hardie, Mark Hamblin (boxing fan), Roger Anderson (boxing fan), Midtown Mo (MMA fan) and Jayson Phillips (MMA & boxing fan/boxer & MMA fighter).
This Is It | 11.20.13: NFL Week 11 & What’s Wrong With The Brooklyn Nets?
Strafe, Young Ness and McFly discuss the controversial end to the Pats-Panthers game, the eight teams that can win the Super Bowl and the struggling Brooklyn Nets. Then Ness and Strafe get into an argument about Tony Allen kicking Chris Paul in the face.
– Patriots-Panthers recap (0:00)
– Who are the Super Bowl contenders? (10:00)
– What’s wrong with the Brooklyn Nets? (31:30)
– Did Tony Allen mean to kick Chris Paul in the face? (43:45)