Brandon Rios on Alvarado win & Manny Pacquiao losing his killer Instinct. David Lemieux discussing his future & Mayweather-Pacquiao – OTR #229

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“On The Ropes” Boxing Radio return this week with host Jenna J to talk about all the latest news and stories in the sport of boxing. In this episode, I will be discussing the on going Mayweather-Pacquiao negotiations and the likelihood of the fight taking place on May 2nd. After weeks of talks, Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao appeared to be on the cusp of making what would be the biggest fight in the sport, but network deals and promotional issues appear to be delaying the deal and have left the fans with a lot of uncertainty. I also will be talking about the recently announced Spike TV Premier Boxing champions card, and the fights that will appear on that network. Click play on the audio player to listen to the latest edition of “On The Ropes”


Joining the show this week is middleweight contender, David Lemieux. Coming off of the most impressive win of his career against Gabriel Rosado, Lemieux now has his sights set on fighting the best in the division and capturing a title belt at 160 lbs. David talked about his TKO victory over Rosado and how he felt going into the bout. Lemieux also spoke about the differences in him as a fighter since he suffered a stoppage loss to Marco Antonio Rubio in 2011. Additionally, David Lemieux shared his views on Gennady Golovkin and boxing’s biggest stars, Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather.

The main guest on this weeks edition of “On The Ropes” is former lightweight champ, Brandon ‘Bam Bam’ Rios. Rios makes his sixth appearance to the show and talks about his most recent performance in the rubber match with Mike Alvarado. Brandon spoke about what this win does for him in his career and where it ranks him in the stacked light welterweight division. ‘Bam Bam’ also discussed his future and expressed his desire to face Ruslan Provodnikov and Juan Manuel Marquez.

Mailbag Segment

The mailbag segment returns this week. Fans have been submitting questions and today they get answered. Topics covered in this episode include:

Mikkel Kessler retirement

The future of Deontay Wilder

Antonio Tarver challenging Shannon Briggs

James DeGale vs Andre Dirrell

Keith Thurman odds against Robert Guerrero

and much more!

Click play on the audio player to listen to the latest edition of “On The Ropes”

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2 Responses to "Brandon Rios on Alvarado win & Manny Pacquiao losing his killer Instinct. David Lemieux discussing his future & Mayweather-Pacquiao – OTR #229"
  1. Fredrick says:

    Nice show as always.

  2. McKinig says:




    and ask the other side to do the same and then they can negotiate the fight openly and the people would know for sure. sadly it seems these are the first agreements negotiating parties are most willing to affix their signatures to.

    unless floyd’s contract with showtime is ironclad against not having to fight the biggest fight that will give showtime and in the end CBS it’s biggest income (and espinosa was stupid OR crooked enough to allow it – the guy has got to be fired for being a snake btw) floyd will have to fight pacquiao or lose his fortunes in a lawsuit. the delay is rather bizarre on floyd’s part and their photographed meeting is proving to be contrived for leverage as many suspect only to make it appear he’s the most interested in the fight between the two, and if pacquiao and arum gets frustrated and withdraws that will be floyd’s defense in a lawsuit.


    when somebody goes on record on video saying he’s afraid to die or end up like Muhammad Ali, drooling shaking in his old age and would gladly give back his fortunes than fight pacquiao, THAT’S A “TELL” and it can’t be more genuine a “TELL” than that (hysterically with voice cracking) it’s actually FLOYD’S HONEST DECLARATION. so don’t blame arum who is 100 years old and would like to see this fight before he checks out.

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