Clint just got back from vacation and gives his review of his trip and a visit to Disney. Also some MLB talk, how he isn’t afraid of Ronda Rousey, and a discussion of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. And don’t miss the Top 5 greatest left handed quarterbacks of all time. Check out Episode 37!
It is the very first annual Dosey Awards show! We hand out some awards for the greatest sports performances of the past year. The “Doseys” serve to recognize the type of sports achievement and excellence that you have come to expect from the Daly Dose. Check out Episode 33!
This week on the Daly Dose Sports Podcast we take a look at the Floyd Mayweather vs Manny Pacquiao fight with local Denver boxer Frankie Sanchez.
Did Mayweather just run scared all night?
Should there be a rematch?
Is Manny going to get sued?
A very special edition of the Daly Dose Sports Podcast as we preview the upcoming fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr and Manny Pacquiao on Saturday May 2nd, 2015.
Clint talks to former boxer and current trainer, manager, and promoter Frankie “the Educator” Sanchez and gets his thoughts on the fight game and how this fight is going to break down.
American Pharoah, a three year old colt from Kentucky, may be young but he definitely doesn’t lack for confidence. As odds for the Kentucky Derby came out this week, American Pharoah came out at 2-1, a heavy favorite. But that doesn’t bother the front running sprinter.
“Because I’m outspoken, I’m judged. But we’re all judged. I feel that the majority of the time when somebody sees me, they have a thought. Instantly. I don’t know if it’s a good thought or a bad thought, but it’s a thought.” he stated.
“Like I’ve said before, horses worry about being judged. Who is and who ain’t going to like you. The thing is it’s just as long as you like yourself.”
And he doesn’t mind comparing himself to one of the greatest horses of all time.
“Secretariat is the one that made you say, ‘You know what? I’m proud to be a horse.’ I know that me and Secretariat, right now, we would sit down and have a crazy conversation. He would say, ‘American Pharoah, you know, I’m better than you because I did this.’
“I would say, ‘well, Secretariat, I’m better than you because look at how many races I went to.’ But, you know, on the flip side, I feel like it’s just like me. I feel like I’m in the same shoes as Secretariat. They hate me. They hate me when I’m at the top, but once my career is over, they’re going to really miss me.”