The latest episode of the Pay Me No Mind podcast includes featured guest Nathaniel “No Problem” Gallimore – IBF and WBA No. 7 ranked Super Welterweight.
A few weeks ago PMNM had the chance to speak with Super Welterweight contender Nathaniel Gallimore (19-1-1, 16 KOs) to discuss his upset knockout victory over Augusta, Georgia’s one-loss Justin DeLoach. Gallimore detailed the social media exchanges that fueled the brutal five rounds of action which included multiple trips to the canvas for DeLoach.
The Broke Team fighter also talked about training at Garfield Park on the West Side of Chicago with his TBT brethren and trainer George Hernandez – a recent inductee into the Illinois Boxing Hall of Fame. Gallimore also shared his thoughts on the role the memory of his friend the late Ed “Bad Boy” Brown plays in keeping him focused on his title aspirations.
This week’s episode also includes audio clips from WBC world Heavyweight champion Deontay “Bronze Bomber” Wilder (@ 45:57) and WBA/WBC world Welterweight champion Keith “One Time” Thurman (@ 46:36), recorded during a presser at Barclays Center ahead of Showtime Championship Boxing’s October 14 Super Welterweight triple-header headlined by Erislandy Lara versus Terrell Gausha . Check out the recap video shot in Queens, New York with Tha Boxing Voice’s Adam Sperber here.
This episode’s other boxing guests include:
- Boxing.com writer Caryn A. Tate (@carynatate) @ 48:13 breaking down the scoring criteria for judging rounds in boxing.
- Rock of FightHype.com @ 1:44:30 with the paramount question regarding Houston’s Charlo brothers.
- DiBella Entertainment’s Eric Bottjer (formerly of Roc Nation Sports) @ 2:18:41 discusses Daniel Jacobs versus Luis Arias, and what qualities he’s looking for in young fighters as he scouts prospects.
- The Broke Team’s Super Welterweight contender Nathaniel Gallimore (@TBTnattydadon) @ 2:30:52
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Hey, PMNM is a sports and entertainment podcast so other topics include reviews of both Reginald Hudlin’s new film Marshall, and Jamla Records/RocNation artist Rapsody’s latest LP Laila’s Wisdom – plus some thoughts on Wu Tang Clan’s new jawn The Saga Continues.
Body photo provided by Nathaniel Gallimore