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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: Maccarinelli, Frampton, Price

Steve Bunce April 7, 2014
Buncey's Boxing Podcast: Maccarinelli, Frampton, Price

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

This week's show: Maccarinelli, Frampton, Price

Enzo Maccarinelli talks about his eye injury incured in his stoppage by Jurgen Braehmer and raises the possibility of a rematch with the German WBA Light Heavyweight Champion.

Carl Frampton discusses his hopes that Leo Santa Cruz will be looking to fight him for his IBF World Bantamweight Title even if it means leaving Belfast.

David Price talks about his upcoming fight with Ondrej Pala and Frank Buglioni tells Buncey and Barry about Sergey Khomitsky. Ovill McKenzie looks ahead to his fight with Tony Conquest and discusses the business side of boxing.

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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.