Trainer talk time

Training will be the name of our game on Ringside Extra this week.

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Corner talk: Paul Smith is on Ringside and Ringside Extra this week

Corner talk: Paul Smith is on Ringside and Ringside Extra this week

We will have Tony Sims, Spencer Oliver and Paul Smith waiting to answer your questions via Twitter.

All three will be on Ringside to look back at a brilliant weekend's boxing in Bolton and a world-class display out in America.

Joe Gallagher had three of his men, including Smith, winning in style, so what better than to ask our guests about life as a trainer on Ringside Extra.

Sims is one of the most respected trainers British boxing has and is preparing Darren Barker for his shot at a world title next month.

Oliver won a European title himself but is now involved behind the scenes more and more, running a gym and training stars of the future in North London.

And Smith recaptured his British super-middleweight title on Saturday and put it down to his trainer, Gallagher. But Smith has done plenty himself and is always in the corner when his brothers and stablemates are in action.

So, our Ringside Extra guests is the perfect trio to share your trainer talk... so get tweeting now fight fans and get your questions in @SkySportsBoxing with #TrainerTalk.

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