It's fight night! We mean it this time! After twelve episodes of build-up, in which we got one real boxing match and a cage fight, we're finally getting the main event we've been promised all season. Patrick "Lights" Leary and "Death Row" Reynolds will get in the ring together to settle the question of who's the Heavyweight Champion once and for all. And this time they can't put it off any more!
After watching the pilot of this show, I think I might be in love, though I know it's going to be one of those shows that I have to push people to watch all the time, like Friday Night Lights. You don't have to like football, or even understand football to watch that show. And here, I'm worried that people who aren't into boxing might write it off. They shouldn't. The boxing is what creates the drama, but this show is built on emotions of a man who lost his career and what he was good at and is trying to find a way to support his family. It's pretty devastating, and I mean that in the best possible way.