This episode of the Standing 8 Count features an interview with The Fight Network boxing guru Corey Erdman, plenty of talk about Canelo Alvarez vs. James Kirkland, a look forward to Gennady Golovkin’s next “big drama show” and our classic fight of the week is Marvin Hagler vs Thomas Hearns! Check it out for plenty of boxing banter and pugilistic prognostication!
Standing 8 Count Podcast featuring The Fight Network’s Corey Erdman
“Corey Erdman (born February 9, 1988 in Kitchener, Ontario) is a Canadian television host, producer and sportswriter.
Corey Erdman is the on-air boxing analyst for the weekly Fight News Now program on The Fight Network http://fightnetwork.com/, breaking down the week’s most important bouts. He also is a freelance commentator for Integrated Sports PPV, WealthTV, Fight NOW TV, Rogers Sportsnet, Super Channel, and The Boxing Channel. Erdman has covered fights ringside in Toronto, Montreal, New Jersey and other locations as both a color commentator and a blow-by-blow man. In 2012 he shared webcast duties with hall of fame announcer Al Bernstein on boxingtv.com.
Erdman began his career with The Hockey News then as the producer and co-host for The Hardcore Fantasy Show on the SIRIUS Satellite Radio channel Hardcore Sports Radio.He moved on to a successful term as producer and on-air contributor for the Morning Jones program on the same Sirius Radio Network.
Corey Erdman is a writer for RingTV.com,providing weekly features on newsworthy boxers, as well as providing coverage of the Canadian boxing scene. Also the host of RingTV Radio, a weekly hour-long podcast, and a contributor to Ring Magazine.
In the past, Erdman has penned articles for The Hockey News, The Springfield Republican and is credited in the 2008-09 NHL edition of The Sports Forecaster, The Canadian Press, Sports & Leisure Magazine, Hockey Business News, Fort Wayne Post-Gazette, Baltimore Sun, Springfield Republican, Sudbury Star, Binghamton Press & Sun Bulletin, Wilkes-Barre Times-Leader, Houston Chronicle, New Haven Register and the Rochester Post-Bulletin.
He is also the great nephew of the late bestselling author and radio commentator Paul Erdman.
Erdman was affectionately nicknamed “Lunch Money” by Bomani Jones.”