Danny Flexen sits down with Anthony Yarde at his Ilford gym to talk about growing up on the tough streets of east London, rebounding from two very different defeats and immense personal loss, to now challenging unified light-heavyweight champion Artur Beterbiev.
00:00 - 11:40: Childhood reflections
11:41 - 19:07: Becoming a man
19:08 - 23:58: Why Tony Cesay and Tunde Ajayi as trainers
23:59 - 26:18: Why Yarde stayed with Tunde after defeat to Sergey Kovalev
26:19 - 28:20: The addition of James Cook to the team
28:21 - 29:29: Advice on Artur Beterbiev from Oleksandr Usyk
29:30 - 35:24: Family losses due to Covid and defeat to Lyndon Arthur
35:25 - 39:16: Beating Beterbiev to become unified world champion
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