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Knuckles and Gloves

Knuckles and Gloves Boxing Radio

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One of the highest-rated boxing podcasts. Fight recaps, previews and boxing history from author Patrick Connor, Aris Pina of CompuBox and author/filmmaker Brin-Jonathan Butler.

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The annual International Boxing Hall of Fame voting season is here, and the Knuckles and Gloves Boxing Radio podcast just happens to have two hosts with votes! Being fortunate enough to vote for the IBHOF is an honor, and this year,... more

Now that we know the Teofimo Lopez, Jr. vs Vasiliy Lomachenko lightweight unification on ESPN was a success, we can breathe a little easier having gotten a bigger fight we'd considered pre-COVID out of the way. And it was also a solid... more

Looking for a quick preview of Vasiliy Lomachenko vs Teofimo Lopez? We got you covered. Lomachenko vs Lopez is easily the most-anticipated fight of 2020 and it's finally here, even if a large part of the event is taking place in "The... more

We know we somewhat recently did a show talking about the greatest African fighters of all time, but we needed to focus in on individual countries like South Africa, which has an incredibly rich boxing history. There's Thulani Malinga,... more

It's no coincidence boxing is so easy to use as a basis for all kinds of art. From ancient paintings and sculptures, to music, writing and film, boxing has gone through it all. But with film specifically, boxing has not only been at the forefront... more

Sometimes a person just has to admit when they're wrong. Like the time we 1. didn't properly break down or cover the fights on the Showtime Pay-Per-View Charlo Doubleheader, and 2. said the $75 price tag wouldn't be worth it. It was... more

If one were to follow social media chatter in boxing circles, you almost wouldn't know the Charlo brothers were fighting this weekend in separate competitive bouts headlining a very good Pay-Per-View card. You'd only know you're... more

Television was a game-changer for a lot of things. But with boxing, nothing would ever be the same after network TV. From the 1940s and 50s onward, television deals have been an integral piece of boxing's money. From some of the first... more

Phrases like "boxing is dead" or "boxing is dying" are laughably overused. But every so often, something nasty enough to actually shake the foundation of the sport happens. In 1977, TV network ABC, Don King Productions and The Ring... more

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