#GOPDebate analysis & perspective with Jameel “Big Time” McCline

Last night after the Republicans took the stage at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio, for the first of their party’s debates to decide the 2016 Republican Presidential candidate, we spoke with 4-Time Heavyweight Challenger Jameel McCline. In 2014, McCline lost the primary election in South Florida’s 20th District to 23 year incumbent Alcee Hastings. Having been in both the political and fistic arenas, we thought McCline would bring a unique perspective to the first televised debate of the marathon 2016 presidential election cycle.

*Also, the can you hear opened in this video was just seltzer. dammit!


First GOP Presidential Debate is Tonight!

The Republican Party holds their first debates of the 2016 Presidential Candidates this evening, airing live on Fox New channel at 9pm Eastern, from Cleveland, Ohio. And, guess what, fight-fans! There’s even an undercard featuring the long-shot candidates starting at 5pm.

In the Main Event, 10 candidates will square off in what will be more like a parallel news conference(to use Ralph Nader’s term) in which they will field questions from the moderators, Brett Bair and Megyn Kelly, and occassionally from each other.

The participants in today’s GOP debates are as follows (in no particular order)

Main Event

entrepreneur Donald Trump

former Governor of Arkansas Mike Huckabee

Senator Ted Cruz (Texas)

Senator Marco Rubio (Florida)

former Governor of Florida, Jeb Bush

Senator Rand Paul (Kentucky)

Governor of New Jersey Chris Christie

Governor of Wisconsin Scott Walker

Governor of Ohio John Kasich

Dr. Ben Carson

The Undercard

former Governor of New York George Pataki

entrepreneur Carly Fiorina

Governor Bobby Jindal (Louisiana)

Senator Lindsey Graham

former Senator Rick Santorum

Governor of Texas Rick Perry

Jim Gilmore