James Ali Bashir (Assistant Trainer to World Heavyweight Champion Wladimir Klitschko) returns to BaylorIC TV with the latest news & views in and around the training camp as Klitschko prepared to face Kubrat Pulev with the help of rising British heavyweights Dillan Whyte and Olympic Gold Medalist Anthony Joshua as sparring partners and as Bashir reveals exclusively to BaylorIC TV, tensions were running high.
Bashir also shares his experience and knowledge of over 40 years in this in-depth interview about the other heavyweight contenders, a potential comeback for former cruiserweight king Johnny Nelson, The comebacking David Haye and also his own cruiserweight charge from the Ukraine.
Bashir pulls no punches as he also shows his displeasure of Floyd Mayweather’s latest wide points win over Marcos Maidana, Bryant Jennings win over Perez and examines the credentials of Adam Booth as a trainer.
A heavyweight discussion that packs a real punch. We would love to know what you think of Bashir’s thoughts…
“Floyd Mayweather remains unbeaten on route to wide points victory over Marcos Maidana in rematch, now can we all start to give this man some credit for being a master at his work? I am talking Floyd Mayweather the boxer, what he does inside the ring. Not his personal life and certainly not his personal opinions, just what he does inside the ring, I have the upmost respect for this professor of the noble, sweet art of boxing!”- Ingram Jones BaylorIC TV
A video in which I share my thoughts on the changing face of Hackney and wonder whether this is not just happening in my own community but across London? Hackney was once considered a “Ghetto” but now its considered “Trendy” House prices are rocketing and forcing “Locals” to move out. The community spirit is changing.. and with it so are the attitudes.. Would love to hear your thoughts on this emotional video. 2 years in Grenada from 2012-2014 and coming back has seen major changes in London.
Steve Wellings from “Irish Boxing Review” Publication recently interviewed BaylorIC TV’s Ingram Jones about his thoughts on the world of boxng and his thoughts on the Irish Boxing Scene. To read this feature interview and many more please visit
I would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to Steve Wellings and all involved. It is always a great touch when people recognise the hard work you put into a sport that we love so much – Ingram