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Professional boxing fight recaps, previews and discussion from Patrick Connor of Knuckles and Gloves and Aris Pina of CompuBox

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Whether you knew him as "The Duke" or "Hey, yo, Tommy Gunn!" you knew who Tommy Morrison was if you paid attention to boxing in the 1980s or 90s. Morrison was an intriguing and ultimately tragic figure in boxing, and perhaps farther... more

Well, at least a portion of Deontay Wilder's draw with Tyson Fury was the fight we had all wanted. Those parts were exciting, riveting, and they had us simply wanting more. The rest was on the slow side, but we knew that could be a... more

It's been a little while since our last history episode. We apologize. But we're back with another to make up for it! This week on Knuckles and Gloves Boxing Radio, boxing historian Patrick Connor teams up with CompuBox operator and fellow... more

Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury might not be the heavyweight fight boxing wants, but perhaps it's the heavyweight fight boxing deserves. We're not sure how that whole analogy goes, so that might not be right either. But we do... more

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Not only did Terence Crawford dominate and stop Jose Benavidez last weekend, but over 2 million people tuned in to watch it on ESPN. Paired with recent news that Saul "Canelo" Alvarez signed to fight on DAZN, this sounds like great... more

Many people in boxing circles had speculated for months, if not years, that HBO would be tapering down its boxing programming to zero at some point. After the recent announcement that HBO would no longer be consistently invested in... more

Anthony Joshua is probably the best heavyweight in the world. Probably. And his stoppage victory over Alexander Povetkin went a long way in backing that suggestion up. After several rounds of a difficult fight, Joshua finally came... more