Manny Pacquiao and Timothy Bradley sit across the table from each other and promise an all-action toe-to-toe battle on June 9. Bradley is brooding and chomping at the bit while Pacquiao is his usual happy go lucky self and Freddie Roach is excited about the entertaining contest on the cards.
Floyd Mayweather and Miguel Cotto sit across the table from each other and argue the finer points of their upcoming contest. Refereed by Max Kellerman, Mayweather turns it into the ‘Money’ show complementing Cotto’s Cartier watch and checking his bets mid-interview, while Cotto stays straight laced with brief answers.
Fighting in front of a hometown audience Alexander dominated the non-title bout, capturing nine of 10 rounds on two judges' cards and walking away with a points victory of 100-90, 100-90 and 99-91 in his favour.
So instead of getting Manny Pacquiao and Juan Manuel Marquez to sit across the table from each other in a dark room, Max Kellerman and the good folk at HBO got the two warriors to sit across the floor from each other in front of a big screen to review their historic previous encounters. The knockdowns, the extra punch while Marquez was down, and the straight right Pacquiao walked through all discussed...
What is it about HBO’s barnstorming interview show Face Off that that really drives home the point that a fight is around the corner? That question is answered in the first line of each fighter’s opening gambit in this Klitschko vs Haye Face Off.
A sneak preview of Wladimir Klitschko and David Haye’s sit down with Max Kellerman for HBO’s brilliant interview show Face Off. Haye lays down the gauntlet that he’s ready to go to war while Wladimir dismisses the WBA champ as a ‘wannabe’.
The Buzz go behind the scenes at the recently recorded Klitschko vs Haye Face Off with Max Kellerman. See what goes into making the hit boxing interview show that brings two fighters together across the table to discuss their upcoming bout, in this case a world heavyweight unification showdown of epic proportions on July 2.
The 46-year-old ring veteran won a unanimous decision, 116-112, 115-113, and 115-114 on the judges’ cards to claim the WBC light-heavyweight crown in front a record crowd of 17,750 at the Bell Centre in Montreal.