I think Alberts and Bernstein of Showtime are already a solid pair, but I also like Teddy Atlas, it's just too bad he typically has to comment on lousy fights on even lousier cards. I may be the only one, but I really like Larry Merchant. Yes, it can be painful and awkward waiting for him to complete a thought, but he usually has something decent to say and he's been involved with the sport for a long, long time so he has a wealth of experience with the all-time greats to draw from. I don't like either of the guys that do Vs boxing, Nick Charles and Wally something, I believe their names are. Lampley has some great calls from time to time, but he's pretty full of himself and seems to get pretty complacent. I can't stand listening to Lennox Lewis repeat the same adjective twelve times to describe one "courageous warrior." Kellerman enunciates and puts too much emphasis on each syllable of everything he says, so that gets annoying. He has some unique commentary to offer and is a good, young boxing mind, but he goes overboard pretty often with hyperbole like when he compared Michael Katsidis to Rocky Marciano. That should never happen. Tessitore and Papa are equally uninteresting to me. Emanuel Steward is pretty good as a third man and obviously, he knows what the fighters are going through having trained some of that past greats and current top names.