This week on Getting Heated with three-time World Champ Mick Fanning and New School icon Ross Williams debate and discuss judging controversies, Gabriel Medina's dominance, disappointments on the leaderboard and the outcome of Newcastle and Narrabeen.
This week on Getting Heated, Mick Fanning and Ross Williams discuss who are the best power surfers on tour right now, if the surfers love or hate competing in western Australia and if "the box" is the most intimidating wave on tour.
Legendary surf journalist and podcaster of Ain't That Swell fame, Vaughan Blakey, meets ex World Tour number 1, Matt Wilkinson, and Getting Heated host, Coco Ho, for a heated debate over the upcoming Jeep Surf Ranch Pro, next season qualification bubble, pre-heat psych-outs and who's the best surfer musician ever.
This episode of Getting Heated sees the return of 3x World Champion, Mick Fanning, now joined by ex-CT and American surfing powerhouse, Taylor Knox. Together, the pair debate some hot topics concerning the WSL World Tour.
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