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Porter says ‘ink is on paper’ for Spence / Loeffler talks GGG / Hardy update

An eventful week on Sirius XM’s At The Fights saw big names guests, including Shawn Porter and Tom Loeffler, divulge on a number of subjects.

Porter, who is the current WBC welterweight champion, discussed some of his divisional rivals.

‘Showtime’ also outlined a potential unification fight with Errol Spence Jr. The pair have been linked to putting their respective belts on the line.

Who wins if Terence Crawford and Errol Spence throw down?  @ShowtimeShawnP gives @BoxingwithAk and @gerrycooney his pick along with an update on his own career trajectory. #boxing

“I put some ink on that paper so we’re waiting on him to get his job done.” — @ShowtimeShawnP updates @BoxingwithAk and @gerrycooney on the status of negotiations for a megafight with Errol Spence. #boxing

Loeffler, fresh from witnessing Gennadiy Golovkin destroy Steve Rolls, talked the pound for pound star’s future.


Oscar De La Hoya has ruled out a third meeting between Canelo Alvarez and Golovkin in 2019. So where does Loeffler see the Kazakh KO artist going next?

@TomLoeffler1 explains to @CommishRandyG and @gerrycooney why #CaneloGGG3 would be the biggest fight in boxing if it’s made. #GGGRolls #boxing


Also on Monday’s show, WBN P4P ranked female puncher Heather ‘Heat’ Hardy explained why she’s leaning towards competing in MMA.

Despite winning a first world title late last year, Hardy is set to pursue more lucrative opportunities inside the octagon.

Does @HeatherHardyBox’s passion and future lie in #boxing or #MMA?  She tells @CommishRandyG and @gerrycooney why the future seems brighter inside the cage than the ring. #Bellator222


SiriusXM’s At The Fights airs Mondays and Fridays from 6-8p ET. The show is on the first and only nationally-broadcast combat radio channel.

The show is hosted by former New York State athletic commissioner Randy Gordon. Plus former #1-ranked Heavyweight contender Gerry Cooney.