The goal of this podcast is to explore all the different sounds and genres that house music has to offer. Your host John Douglas has been honing his craft behind the wheels of steel for 16 years all over Canada and wants to share the music that he feels so passionately about. Not everybody understands house music, but we do. Get ready to dance.
1. No Tears by HNNY
2. Heartbreaker (Clio Remix) by Dj Le Roi
3. Fuck! (Andres Power, Outcode Remix) by Miky Falcone & Fabio Morello
4. OKAY by Shiba San
5. Entrance Song (Original Mix) by Eats Everything
6. Diggin’ On You by Elekfantz
7. Bigger Than Prince (Hot Since 82 Remix) by Green Velvet
8. Jango by Sirus Hood & Still Boyz
9. Roots of Rhythm by Dimitri Max & Luis Baro
10. Careless by Dusky
11. Do It Get Up (Kolombo Remix) by Jad & The Ladyboy
12. Closer (Original Mix) by Egokind & Clear Void
Boxing Legends TV takes a look at the 5 times Floyd Mayweather Jr looked invincible. Regarded as one of, if not the greatest defensive fighter of all time, but its sometimes forgot how could really inflict damage a his early years.
In 2016, Mayweather was ranked by ESPN as the greatest boxer, pound for pound, of the last 25 years. In the same year, he peaked as BoxRec‘s number one fighter of all time, pound for pound, as well as the greatest welterweight of all time. Many sporting news and boxing websites ranked Mayweather as the best boxer in the world, pound for pound, twice in a span of ten years; including The Ring, Sports Illustrated, ESPN, BoxRec, Fox Sports, and Yahoo! Sports. He is also regarded as the best defensive boxer in the sport, as well as being the most accurate puncher since the existence of CompuBox, having the highest plus–minus ratio in recorded boxing history. He finished his career with a record of 26 wins without a loss or draw in world title fights (10 by KO); 23 wins (9 KOs) in lineal title fights; 24 wins (7 KOs) against former or current world titlists; 12 wins (3 KOs) against former or current lineal champions; and 2 wins (1 KO) against International Boxing Hall of Fame inductees.
In addition to his accomplishments in the ring, Mayweather is well known for being one of the most lucrative pay-per-view (PPV) attractions of all time, in any sport. He topped the Forbes and Sports Illustrated lists of the 50 highest-paid athletes of 2012 and 2013 respectively, and the Forbes list again in both 2014 and 2015, listing him as the highest paid athlete in the world. In 2007, he founded Mayweather Promotions, his own boxing promotional firm after defecting from Bob Arum‘s Top Rank. Mayweather has generated approximately 19.5 million in PPV buys and $1.3 billion in revenue throughout his career, surpassing the likes of former top PPV attractions including Mike Tyson, Evander Holyfield, Lennox Lewis, Oscar De La Hoya, and Manny Pacquiao.