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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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There's plenty of boxing on tap to keep boxing fans and media busy, but the first order of business this weekend is the middleweight skirmish between Gennady Golovkin vs Daniel Jacobs. For some, this fight represents the first time Golovin... more

It's always a sad day when we say goodbye to beloved members of the fight community. Storied trainer, manager and promoter Lou Duva recently passed away, and though it still stings, we prefer to remember what Duva contributed to... more

With two straight weekends of middleweight fights coming up, Knuckles and Gloves Boxing Radio recalls when one of boxing's most historied divisions seemed to be cursed. It's not that we would wish anything bad on David... more

As much as we say we hate them, it's difficult to turn away from a spectacle. In a boxing ring they're even more addicting. Certain fighters know how to bring the train wreck right into the ring, and one way of doing it is to set aside inhibitions... more

The heavyweight division is an easy one to map and discuss, both historically and in its current state. We've already talked about the biggest punchers ever at heavyweight and troubled heavyweights, but in this week's episode the topic is... more

Many have asked, and finally the best boxing history podcast is back! This week on Knuckles and Gloves Boxing Radio, Compubox Operator Aris Pina and writer/historian Patrick Connor once again team up to discuss boxing history and... more

If there were one weekend in January that fight fans don't want to miss out on, this one would be it. On Showtime, Carl Frampton and Leo Santa Cruz meet to run back one of the best fights of 2016. It was exceedingly fun the first time... more

We're one bigger fight into 2017 and we got what we all wanted: a competitive fight between two upper echelon fighters in Badou Jack and James DeGale. The resulting draw wasn't an ideal conclusion, but the fight itself was entertaining... more

It took a few weeks for 2017 to really get rolling and we've been relying on news of upcoming fights and promotions to get us through. But now the first serious fight card of the year is upon us, and our appeal to the boxing deities for a... more

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