Matchroom Radio Podcast ep55: David Diamante with Mike Costello

Matchroom Boxing published this video item, entitled “Matchroom Radio Podcast ep55: David Diamante with Mike Costello” – below is their description.

Commentator Mike Costello joins David Diamante in Manchester to talk Parker vs Chisora 2, his route into the Sport, the comparisons between Floyd Mayweather and Usain Bolt, his biggest upset he’s covered, the differences and challenges switching from Radio to TV and a whole lot more!

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