Lampley will have interviews with judge Duane Ford, Bob Arum and Todd duBoef of Top Rank, and Timothy Bradley's manager Cameron Dunkin. Lampley was in full-on Pacquiao support mode during and directly after the fight, and it will be interesting to see how he tackles this subject, particularly with Ford.
I know many scoffed at Ford's reasoning for scoring it for Bradley, and his saying that Timothy gave Manny a "boxing lesson," but Ford is a respected veteran judge, too. He should be up to the task being interviewed here, and I'm personally interested to see how it goes.
One would expect Arum and duBoef to show their Pacquiao support, and for Dunkin to support Bradley's claim to victory.
My hope is that we'll see tougher questions on this topic than we did see in the first episode of the show, which I enjoyed despite its flaws.
Max Kellerman and Roy Jones Jr will also be back as featured analysts. For those who might miss it tonight, we will have another full review of the show tomorrow.