ESPN+ is continuing their roll-out of original series with the announcement of two new boxing series; In This Corner and The Boxing Beat with Dan Rafael.

In This Corner

In This Corner

In This Corner:

  • Twice-monthly deep-dive talk show with a rotating panel of four of boxing’s best journalists gathering at noteworthy New York City establishments to discuss boxing’s biggest stories, past, present and future.
  • The first episode of In This Corner will be available today on ESPN+
  • The premiere brings fans to New York’s Crompton Ale House, just six blocks from Madison Square Garden, to preview Saturday’s big Top Rank Boxing on ESPN fight between Vasiliy Lomachenko and Jorge Linares, as well the potential rematch between Gennady Gennadyevich Golovkin (aka Triple G) and Saul Canelo Alvarez.
  • The four featured boxing writers:
    • George Willis of the New York Post,
    • Chris Mannix from Yahoo! Sports,
    • Lance Pugmire at the Los Angeles Times
    • Mike Coppinger of Ring Magazine.
The Boxing Beat with Dan Rafael

The Boxing Beat with Dan Rafael

The Boxing Beat with Dan Rafael:

  • A weekly interview show
  • Premieres Monday, May 14, on ESPN+
  • Features ESPN’s lead boxing writer Dan Rafael providing an inside perspective of boxing through conversations with top fighters, as well as breaking news, commentary and questions from boxing fans.
  • The Boxing Beat will debut with Keith Idec of and WBC featherweight champion Gary Russell, Jr.

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