Media Day was on deck at Jerome's Gym. As fighter's are getting ready for The Fights at Fair Park II at the Fair Park Coliseum here in Dallas, Tx. Most of the fighter's that have already arrived are training and sparring like there is no tomorrow. Most of them were camera shy and weren't prepared for all the questions and random flashes from camera phones and camcorders.
As this being my 1st time at a Media Day boxing event. I kept my cool and did my observations and didn't take the need of trying to think about so many random boxers that didn't make it. Or I didn't select while playing Greatest Heavyweights on Sega Genesis or on Knockout Kings playing Playstation or XBox. I contained myself and actually kept myself in "work mode" This time. My co-host( David Allen) and producer (Chris Henderson) will be very proud of me.
Of course the main attraction was Texas Super Middleweight Champion Tony Mack. Born in Plano, Tx and started out as an amateur at North Texas Boxing. Now, he is undefeated (7-0) and looking to keep his title this Saturday night August 10th vs. Edward Tigs ( 1-5-2). A southpaw from Schertz, Tx.
After everything settled down at Media Day. I finally got the chance to talk to Tony and he was not shy to get in front of a recorder and speak his mind about this Saturday. Also giving me his Top 5 boxers of all time and who he wants to KO next. Check out the audio and click "Play."
B-Mo(Byron Moten) was born and raised in the Oak Cliff section of