ASK ANDRE WARD QUESTIONS ON RING TALK SATURDAY 11 AM PT!

November 21st, 2013 By Pedro Fernandez

Andre Ward: Who Do I Fight Now?

Andre Ward: Who Do I Fight Now?

WARD RECOGNIZE HIS GREATNESS? ASK HIM!

San Francisco, CA– Fresh off his shutout win over Edwin Rodriguez, world super middleweight champion Andre Ward will appear this Saturday on the longest-running fight showing history, 29+ years, “Ring Talk Worldwide” at 11 AM PT. You can join us live on the Sports Byline Broadcast Network, I Heart Radio Network, American Forces Network or you can come to RingTalk.com and listen to the show live BY clicking here

QUESTIONS FOR WARD VIA 800 LINE OR IN COMMENTS SECTION

If you have questions for Andre Ward you can join us LIVE on the toll-free phone lines at 1-800-878-7529, or
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On Saturday we split an hour of boxing with MMA at 11 AM PT. On Sunday, same time, 11 AM PT, it’s two hours with one hour of boxing and one hour of MMA. See why this show, 29+ years ow of radio presence is, “Often imitated, but never duplicated.

COMMENTS

  1. Obviously looking for more compensation by way of landing Pay Per View type bouts, what is it Andre can do style wise or in terms of performance to make himself more appealing to a mass audience so as to narrow the pay gap between he and Floyd?

    My opinion has always been that Andre can trade in some of the clutching and grabbing for more head movement which will keep his hands free to in most cases as the quicker fisted and more talented fighter dominate in a more appealing way. This by way of landing more combos. He would still as one of the best if not thee best defensive fighters avoid most everything that comes his way while making himself more attractive to watch which is something I’m sure he’s contending with on one level or another.

    The second question is a surface question as it’s possible he won’t get intricate with his answer after smoothing it over with me.

    When is his stint with Goossen over?

    He’s obviously not satisfied with the relationship at this level and perhaps feels like more can be done on his behalf, although the overt reason he wanted to part ways was because Antonio Leonard and James Prince were being left out of the negotiation process. Thanks

    Nick Bellafatto on November 23rd, 2013 at 5:53 AM

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