Amir Khan is on the Ringside set this week to talk about the past few months in his boxing career, and to give us a look at what the future holds.
The King is weighing up his options for his next fight after his victory over Luis Collazo, with names like Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao being thrown up by the 27-year-old.
Alex Arthur and Spencer Oliver also join us as we look back at a brave, but ultimately failed challenge by Blackpool's Brian Rose to win the world Light-Middleweight title in New York last weekend.
We also feature an interview with a Mexican all-time great. Erik Morales was the country’s first four-weight world champion. He talks to Ringside about his long professional career which started at the age of 16.
Ricky Burns takes to the ring once more next week as he bids to make a comeback from losing his world title earlier this year.
The Scot relinquished his world Lightweight belt to classy American import Terence Crawford in March, and takes on Montenegrin Dejan Zlaticanin in Glasgow on June 27 in a WBC title eliminator.
Burns tells us how he plans to come back from that defeat following a move to London where he now trains.
Also on the show, we turn our attention to Glasgow, where all eyes will be for the Commonwealth Games later this summer, and we unveil the England squad who will be going for gold north of the border.
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