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Seth Everett hosts, exciting guests from the sportsworld join in.

Seth Everett hosts, exciting guests from the sportsworld join in.
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Seth Everett hosts, exciting guests from the sportsworld join in.




142: former NY Giants DE Justin Tuck

While I was covering the 2018 US Open Golf Media Day, I caught up with former Giants star Justin Tuck. We had a quick, frank discussion about his take on the Giants decision to get behind Eli Manning & delect Saquon Barkley in the Draft. Also, he addresses his thoughts on the recent Supreme Court ruling making Sports Betting ban unconstitutional.


141: Liverpool FC CEO Peter Moore

Joining the show is the CEO of Liverpool FC Peter Moore. The episode was recorded days before the Champions League Final vs. Real Madrid. Moore discusses the Liverpool FC brand, and its globalization initiative. They also discussed the American owners, John Henry, Tom Werner & the Fenway Sports Group as well as minority owner LeBron James. Also discussed was the forthcoming participation from Liverpool FC in the International Champions Cup this summer in the United States.


140: Supreme Court Gambling Discussion w/Handicapper Danny Sheridan

On March 14, 2018, the Supreme Court declared unconstitutional a law passed by Congress 25 years ago that forced states to ban sports betting. Reaction from that story is the topic that Danny Sheridan is the featured guest. Sheridan is a Handicapper & Sports Analyst for USA TODAY. This is an enlightening discussion on the impact this ruling will have on sports in America.


139: Giants QB Eli Manning (4th Appearance!)

New York Giants QB Eli Manning in his 4th appearance on the Podcast. They discuss his commitment to the Guiding Eyes for the Blind Golf Classic, of which he is the host (Seth Everett is the emcee). He also speaks about the 2018 NFL Draft, and how the Giants could have taken a QB but instead went with RB Saquon Barkley and also addressed the offensive line.


138: Sir Richard Branson & Formula E Racing

This podcast is focused on the Formula E racing circuit. Virgin Founder Sir Richard Branson and his Virgin Racing Team begin the Podcast discussing technological innovation and the race to preserve the environment. Actor Idiris Elba was a specator at the Paris E-Prix and commented on what celebrity could bring to the sport. Also, there is a reason why a person who is in Marvel Cinematic Movies isn't on the Hall of Justice podcast. Alejandro Agag is a Co-Founder of the Formula E circuit. He...


137: AC Milan Legend Paolo Maldini

Paolo Maldini is an icon of his sport. He spent 25 years playing in Serie A for AC Milan, amassing 23 trophies. One of the new captains, in the history of AC Milan, Maldini retired in 2009. He is now an ambassador for the International Champions Cup. He also had 2 meals with Seth Everett.


136: International Champions Cup 2018 w/RELEVENT & RSE Ventures

The International Champions Cup is the world’s premier annual summer soccer tournament featuring the top European clubs playing across North America, Europe and Asia. In this episode, Matt Higgins, Co-Founder and CEO of RSE Ventures, discusses the creation of the tournament, and what it means for European Soccer, both in America & the World. They also discuss Matt's role in the creation of the Drone Racing League, which has been profiled on this podcast often. Also, Daniel Sillman, CEO of...


135: Chelsea FC Legend, Michael Essien

International Soccer Star Michael Essien joined the podcast while Seth was covering the International Champions Cup Press Conference Schedule Announcement. Essien spent 9 seasons at Chelsea from 2005-2014 as well as playing for Lyon, Real Madrid and A.C. Milan . He won two English Premier League titles, four FA Cups and one UEFA Champions League. He appeared 58 times for Ghana including at the 2006 and 2014 FIFA World Cups.


85: Hall of Fame Baseball Writer, Tracy Ringolsby (MLB.COM)

From Washington, DC, Episode 85 features Spink Award winner Tracy Ringolsby. Is baseball on the decline? Is the game evolving positively? And what about the Print Industry? All subject visited with longtime friend Tracy Ringolsby.


84: Spirits of St. Louis Owner Dan Silna

Dan & Ozzie Silna owned the ABA's Spirits of St. Louis in the 1970's. The merger with the NBA ended the Spirits but lead to the most unique sports transaction arguably in history. Dan is taking part in organizing the Columbia Law Schools Panel Discussion "Lessons From the Munich Olympics." Forty-four years ago, in the early hours of September 5, members of the Black September Palestine Liberation group invaded Munich’s Olympic Village and brutally murdered eleven Israeli hostages. This...


83: USA Olympic Gymnastics Gold-Medal Winner Aly Raisman

Two-time USA Olympic Gymnastics Gold-Medal Winner Aly Raisman is an exclusive guest on the Podcast. She & The 2016 U.S. Olympians participating in the Tour are: The Final Five – Simone Biles, Gabby Douglas, Laurie Hernandez, Madison Kocian and Aly Raisman; men’s gymnastics – Chris Brooks, Jake Dalton, Danell Leyva, Sam Mikulak and Alex Naddour; rhythmic – Kiana Eide, Monica Rokhman, Jennifer Rokhman, Kristen Shaldybin and Laura Zeng; and trampoline – Nicole Ahsinger and Logan Dooley. 2008...


82: Bob Costas

Bob Costas joins the show hours before Game 7 of the 2016 World Series. He also discusses his new role Bob Costas where he will headline “Lessons from Munich,” at Columbia Law School. Costas will moderate a panel of experts who will discuss the tragedy at the 1972 Summer Olympic Games in Munich, Germany. The Event is Saturday, November 19th From 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm; at Columbia Law School. 435 West 116th Street, Manhattan, 201-207-3685.


81: "Golden Age of Baseball" Auction October 19-20 in New York

Christie’s Auction House is presenting one of the most important and comprehensive collections of baseball memorabilia and photography ever offered at auction with The Golden Age of Baseball, Selections from the National Pastime Museum, a two-day auction on October 19-20 in New York. The sale is the largest collection of baseball ephemera to appear at an international auction house in more than 15 years. Comprised of a remarkable assemblage of game-used bats, letters, contracts,...


80: Marlins' announcer Rich Waltz on the passing of Jose Fernandez

Less than a week after 24 year old Jose Fernandez's tragic death, the man who calls the Marlins games on TV joined us for a raw, emotional conversation about the amazing story that is Jose. His defection, his journey to the big leagues, his 4 year short but brilliant career. Plus, we detail the last days of his life, and the emotional game Monday night where the players paid tribute to their fallen teammate and dear friend.


79: LaTroy Hawkins on Colin Kaepernick, Adam Jones' reaction, + Tony LaRussa

THe Sportsworld has been busy with Colin Kaepernick not standing during the National Anthem. That action has set up a firestorm of interest. He has raised issues about the state of America. Recently, Adam Jones of the Baltimore Orioles responded to Kaepernick's story with strong opinions, ultimately calling baseball "a white man's sport." This drew a response from Diamondbacks executive Tony LaRussa where he was critical of Kaepernick. Former MLB pitcher LaTroy Hawkins is no stranger to...


78: Olympic Gold Medalist (Wrestling) Helen Maroulis

Maryland native Helen Maroulis recently became the first U.S. Olympic women’s wrestling champion, winning Gold at the 2016 Olympics. She recounts her experience in an exclusive interview upon her return stateside. @HelenMaroulis is on Twitter.


77: Discover WHOOP! with Creator Will Ahmed

What is Whoop? WHOOP is the first scientifically-grounded system designed for continuous wear that provides athletes with data to reduce injuries and predict peak performance. It's wearable tech, & 20 Olympic athletes, including front-runners like swimmer Ryan Lochte, wrestler Adeline Gray, and beach volleyball team Casey Patterson and Jake Gibb, are training on the sports performance platform in preparation for Rio. WHOOP was founded in 2012 by Will Ahmed, a Harvard College Scholar and...


76: Andrew Catalon, CBS Sports

Meet Andrew Catalon, fellow-Syracuse alum & CBS Sports Play-By-Play Announcer. He is also now my new neighbor. Hear the story of how 2 Cuse broadcasters wound up living across the street from each other. Also, Andrew's ascension from Syracuse to local TV Anchor to network Play-by-Play announcer. Plus, the 2 preview the 2016 Olympics & the upcoming NFL Season. Follow Andrew on Twitter @AndrewCatalon.


#75 - former MLB Player, Billy Bean, on inclusion

Billy Bean is a former MLB player who played 9+ seasons with the Tigers, Padres, & Dodgers. In 1999, Bean became the second Major League Baseball player to publicly come out as gay. Now, he is a VP, Social Responsibilty & Inclusions for Major League Baseball. In this special 75th episode, Bean discusses his role in the LGBT community as well as the MLB community. He addresses controversial comments made about him by former Met, current National Daniel Murphy, as well as the tragic shooting...


#74 - Giants QB Eli Manning

2-time Super Bowl Champion Eli Manning makes his 2nd appearance on the podcast. Eli was the 1st ever guest when this podcast was created. He is the Host of the 38th Annual Guiding Eyes Golf Classic, a fund raiser for the amazing Guiding Eyes for the Blind. They discuss the event and his situation with the New York Giants, as well as his brother Peyton Manning's retirement.


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