Barry McGuigan and Bernard Dunne discuss the state of boxing in Ireland, while we catch up with Katie Taylor and Steve Collins.
Lightweight contender Anthony Crolla reveals all and answers the questions you always wanted to know.
Barry McGuigan talks to Johnny and Adam about the boxers that inspired him as an amateur.
Katie Taylor speaks to Adam Scott about Bray Boxing Club, the rise of women in the sport and her Olympic victory over Natasha Jonas.
Speaking to Ringside about the history of Irish boxing, Steve Collins recalls his fights against Chris Eubank.
Ed Draper is joined by Spencer Fearon to discuss the latest news in boxing. For the full extended Toe 2 Toe podcast go to Sky Sports News radio, or download from iTunes.
Relive the first fight between Carl Froch and George Groves. Froch retained his WBA and IBF super-middleweight titles with a controversial ninth-round stoppage at Manchester Arena.
Wembley Stadium has been confirmed as the venue for the rematch between Carl Froch and George Groves.
Reaction from ringside after Ricky Burns was beaten on points by American Terence Crawford.
Ricky Burns admitted he was beaten by the better man in Terence Crawford after the American won the WBO lightweight title on points in Glasgow.
Anthony Joshua stopped his opponent Hector Avila inside the first round but says he is confident he can do more rounds.
Anthony Crolla is happy to accept the challenge of ex-stablemate John Murray and expects there to be fireworks if they meet in the ring.
John Murray stopped John Simpson inside two rounds and instantly turned his attentions to Anthony Crolla.
Ricky Burns defends his WBO lightweight title against Terence Crawford at the SSE Hydro in Glasgow. This is the fifth time Burns has put the belt on the line.
Spencer Fearon and Andy Scott breakdown the tactics for this weekend's massive fight between Ricky Burns and Terence Crawford, which is live on Sky Sports 2 from 7pm.
Watch a sneak peak of Anthony Joshua's boxing Masterclass. You can see the masterclass in full on Game Changers on Saturday from 9am on Sky Sports 1.
New British Light-welterweight champion Curtis Woodhouse tells you everything you ever wanted to know about him.
Speaking on Ringside, Gavin McDonnell says he is on cloud nine after he claimed the British super-bantamweight title with a thrilling stoppage win over Leigh Wood.
Johnny Nelson and Adam Smith visit the Fight for Change project which looks to not only improve the young people's boxing ability but to also help them secure working opportunities.
Curtis Woodhouse and his manager David Coldwell recall the night the former footballer became a boxing champion.
Kell Brook calls out Amir Khan as the latter starts his search for an opponent.
Amir Khan tells Ringside he is looking at potential opponents after being snubbed by Floyd Mayweather Jnr.
Adam and Johnny are joined by Curtis Woodhouse, Jim Watt and twins Jamie and Gavin McDonnell for this week’s Ringside Extra.
Johnny Nelson and Adam Smith look ahead to Saturday night's WBO lightweight title bout between Ricky Burns and Terence Crawford.
British Heavyweight Anthony Joshua will face Argentina's Hector Avila in Glasgow. The undefeated Olympic Gold Medallist is confident of remaining unbeaten.