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Steve Bunce has been ringside in Las Vegas over 50 times, he has been at five Olympics and has been writing about boxing for over 25 years for a variety of national newspapers in Britain, including four which folded! It is possible that his face and voice have appeared on over 60 channels worldwide in a variety of languages - his first novel The Fixer was published in 2010 to no acclaim; amazingly it has been shortlisted for Sports Book of the Year.

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Buncey's Boxing Podcast: Hatton, Fury, Ryder

Steve Bunce July 22, 2013
Buncey's Boxing Podcast: Hatton, Fury, Ryder

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Join Steve Bunce and former super featherweight champion Barry Jones for ESPN's weekly boxing podcast.

This week's show: Hatton, Fury, Ryder

Buncey and Barry chat to Ricky Hatton about Martin Murray's next move and gives the boys an update on the latest news with Hatton Promotions

Hughie Fury praises Moses Matovu after beating the journeyman boxer for the second time and John Ryder talks ahead of his fight with Billy Joe Saunders

All that PLUS the return of the Boddyman and this week's competition

To have your questions answered on the podcast, and for a chance to win a Muhammed Ali T-Shirt courtesy of ESPN, tweet in your answers to the following question:

What has been the hardest test ever for a young heavyweight?

Use the hashtag #askbuncey on Twitter and a winner will be picked on next week's show!

You can also Tweet in any question you like to Buncey and Barry - just remember to use #askbuncey!

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Steve Bunce has been ringside in Las Vegas over 50 times, he has been at five Olympics and has been writing about boxing for over 25 years for a variety of national newspapers in Britain, including four which folded! It is possible that his face and voice have appeared on over 60 channels worldwide in a variety of languages - his first novel The Fixer was published in 2010 to no acclaim; amazingly it has been shortlisted for Sports Book of the Year.