Masters weekend, the guys talk about golf bros and Ernie Els (00:00 – 16:20). 4 time amateur national boxing champion Eric Kelly joins the show to talk about Dada 5000 and fist fighting Jesus in the ring(16:20 – 28:26). Legal Expert Mr Portnoy joins to discuss the LA Car Chase, disclaimers, and all current lawsuits facing the show. Segments include “Parental Advisory”, “Jimbo of the Week” and “Spoilers.”
On tonight’s #TSFLive 129, Eric Kelly and I have an uncensored talk on training, boxing where he calls out Ukrainian boxers for alleged steroid use. Eric also takes down DJ Khaled for something unrelated to music, and today’s Hip Hop in general as well.
It’s a candid convo.
Explicit language indeed.
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Was on CBS Sports Radio’s JR Sport Brief Podcast this week. Have a listen below and check out the accompanying story here.
“My dad was like, yeah, I got to get this kid out of these streets,” said Kelly. “Imagine Brooklyn in the 80s? A lot of crazy s–t to get into. So my dad took me to the boxing gym, and good thing he did, because he saved my life.”
I would like to welcome you to join us for our.. BOXER, Inc. & Team Fight to Walk fundraiser event to bring free boxing programs to kids in NYC and help fund stem cell research for paraplegics, its a great cause on Fri. March 11, 9p-2a, at Club SPiN New York, 48 East 23rd St., NY, NY. You can find the link to attend the fundraiser below: @boydmelson @beardordienyc @boxingnapoleon @vice @maxwell https://www.eventbrite.com/e/fight-night-tickets-22082899547
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EP 44: Great weekend of boxing and celebrity boxing trainer Eric Kelly!
It was a great weekend of boxing and the guys are pumped! Their friend, celebrity boxing trainer Eric Kelly is in the house to provide expert boxing analysis and a lot of laughs!
From The Fashion Spot:
Dubbed “Wall Street’s Most Feared Boxing Coach,” it took Eric Kelly less than a minute tolaugh at my expense when I trained with him for the first time at Gleason’s Gym in Brooklyn. I learned my lesson. Now I know better than to show up with “Cake Cake Cake” emblazoned on my chest when I don’t have the rear to back it up. Needless to say, he proceeded to call me bones for nearly two hours, while I thanked my lucky stars I had spent months prior to meeting Kelly training with a boxing coach.