In the latest episode of Roll The Tape, Kyle and Afi explore the most infamous moment in boxing history - Mike Tyson biting a part of Evander Holyfield's ear off. You've seen this moment countless times, but what about this moment still provides a lasting impact to both fighters, and the sport of boxing.
In this week's episode of Roll The Tape, Producer Riley steps in for Afi - and Riley and Kyle pull no punches talking about the Notorious One. From welfare cheques being cashed to worldwide superstar in a sport that doesn't create many, Conor McGregor's rise went from steady to meteoric after knocking out Jose Aldo in 13 seconds.
On the third episode of the Pros & Prose Book Club, host Micah Wimmer speaks with author Mark Kriegel about his book 'The Good Son: The Life of Ray Boom Boom Mancini'. **** The Pros & Prose Book Club is the latest podcast on the Grandstand Central Podcast Network. Each month, the club reads a sports book as a group, discusses it, and then podcast host Micah Wimmer uses that discussion as a basis for an interview with the author. To join the Pros & Prose Book Club, visit us on Facebook:...
In their debut episode, Kyle and Afi break down all the things you can expect to hear on Roll The Tape. They also get into talking about Game 7s and clutch elimination game performers. This in turn obviously leads to a debate involving Kobe Bryant, Michael Jordan, and LeBron James. Subscribe to The Grandstand Central Podcast Network for more great GSC content!
This week, the panel looks at what’s behind the recent stadium construction boom, the upcoming stadium battles that should have fans worried, and whether or not public money should be used to build billionaire playgrounds.
The GSC panel looks at the battle between the NHL, MLB, NBA and NFL to expand globally, the cultural factors that stand in their way, and the strategies each league is deploying in the race to become the first truly global empire.
From scam artists to sexual assaulters to socially-conservative zealots, the ownership ranks in pro sports are in desperate need of a shake-up. In this episode, the panel breaks down the most egregious owner behaviour and examine what needs to change to better balance the ownership class.
State-sponsored doping scandals, economic albatrosses and nuclear tensions provide the backstory for the 2018 games in Pyeongchang. We break down these stories and ask the question-- are the Olympics still worth it?