The I Had Trials Once podcast has returned with Gareth Seddon and Jordan Hulme, who welcome former footballer turned professional boxer, Curtis Woodhouse to the show.
Woodhouse spent over a decade as a professional footballer playing for clubs such as Sheffield United and Hull City, before shocking the sport by making the unprecedented switch from professional football to professional boxing in 2006.
In September that year, Woodhouse won his first professional boxing match, defeating Dean Marcantonio, winning via a points decision after two late knockdowns. Then, in 2014, at 33 years old, the ex-England U21 international beat Darren Hamilton to win the British light-welterweight title.
Woodhouse would also make the jump to football management during his boxing career and somehow manage to successfully juggle the two. Currently, the ex-boxer is the manager of Gainsborough Trinity in the Northern Premier League.
In this show, Woodhouse discusses everything about his boxing, managerial and football career, and how his life panned out this way, in a truly magnificent chat with the lads.