As Fury maintains his unbeaten record, Mike Costello, former professional boxer Andy Lee and Steve Bunce discuss his dramatic victory in Las Vegas.
We hear from Tyson Fury who said for the majority of the fight 'he could not see out of the eye' because of a cut he suffered in the third round.
We also debate why the fight had not been stopped and if Fury can recover from this injury by February for the rematch against Deontay Wilder.
Return to Fury Manor
As Tyson Fury prepares to face the Swedish fighter Otto Wallin, he invites Steve to his Las Vegas villa to talk Deontay Wilder, his earliest days in the sport of boxing and finding contentment with his life.
Commentary of Fury v Wallin will be live on BBC Radio 5 live from 5am on this Sunday 15th September.
AJ: "Drastic" changes or back to basics?
Anthony Joshua joins the podcast in the aftermath of the press tour to formally announce his rematch with Andy Ruiz jr to discuss what went wrong the first time, what he needs to change and to address the controversy over the fight being held in Saudi Arabia. Also, his trainer Rob McCracken gives his side of the story having received a barrage of criticism in the immediate aftermath of the fight, Andy Ruiz explains what he's been doing since, and Eddie Hearn tells Steve why he's promoting the rematch between Youtubers Logan Paul and KSI.
Is Loma still pound-for-pound no.1? Plus amateur World Champs & Joshua-Ruiz press conference
Where does Vasyl Lomachenko rank in boxing history after his win over Luke Campbell? Mike and Steve debate the Ukrainian's legacy after the hard-fought but ultimately comprehensive win, including whether he breaks into their list of top ten lightweights ever, and whether he's still on top of the current pound-for-pound rankings. Also, analysis of the undercard including defeat for Hughie Fury, a bizarre no-contest for Charlie Edwards and wins for Joshua Buatsi, Savannah Marshall and Joe Cordina. Then, with the men's amateur World Championships getting under way this weekend, Mike speaks to welterweight medal hopeful Pat McCormack. And what can we expect to hear from Anthony Joshua this week, as he faces the media for the first time since his defeat to Andy Ruiz jr?
Lomachenko v Campbell instant reaction
On-the-bell reaction as Vasyl Lomachenko outpointed Luke Campbell in a fight that was more exciting than the scorecards suggest. Carl Frampton was part of the commentary team at ringside, with reaction also from Campbell's trainer Shane McGuigan, Eddie Hearn, Bob Arum and Lomachenko himself. There will be a new podcast as usual on Monday.