Boxing’s most expensive fights. Josh Taylor vs Jose Ramirez. What's next for Tank? - MOUTHPIECE #11

This week on Mouthpiece Paulie Malignaggi and Savage Dan breakdown the weekend’s card in which Joshua Buasti scores a brutal KO. Lerrone Richards beats Giovanni De Carolis.

Gamal Yafai loses to Jason Cunningham, Tommy McCarthy vs Alexandru Jur, Dalton Smith beats Lee Appleyard, Solomon Dacres wins on his debut and Ellis Hopkins wins as the first female traveller to turn pro.

In boxing history this week, May 18, 2002 – Micky Ward defeated Arturo Gatti by majority decision in a junior welterweight bout at Mohegan Sun Casino in Uncasville, Connecticut.

The first and most thrilling fight in their legendary trilogy was voted Fight of the Year by The Ring, which also named the dramatic ninth round as Round of the Year.

May 22, 1993 – Roy Jones Jr. defeated Bernard Hopkins by unanimous decision to win the vacant IBF middleweight title at RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C. Paulie explains where the iconic ‘Magic Man’ nickname came from.

In The News AJ vs Fury is set for $155m site fee, $75m each with $5m for the undercard.

Is this the biggest fight in British boxing history? Where does this rank in world boxing history?

As this fight is set to become one of the most expensive fights to date, Paulie and Dan break down the current list and see if they lived up to the hype.

Also, Gervonta Davis is set to stay at 140 if successful against the unbeaten Mario Barrios, stating he wants Ramirez Vs Taylor Winner. How does Tank do at 140?

Prediction time and Paulie gives a 3 min breakdown of Josh Taylor vs Jose Ramirez. How does this one go down? Let us know in the comments.

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