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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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Many things seemed to follow Muhammad Ali in his heyday, from fans and adulation to scandals and hangers-on. In the late 1970s and early 80s, Ali's career began to wind down and his name had gotten perhaps too huge for him to... more

Between just Teofilo Stevenson and Felix Savon, Cuban heavyweights have some incredible pull even just in the amateur ranks. But it goes without saying the discussion doesn't end there. On this episode of Knuckles and Gloves Boxing... more

This is usually the opening portion of the description with a broad statement about boxing and history and their relationship. What can we say? We love both boxing and history. We also happen to love music, though, and in this episode we... more

Not everyone can be a champion. Heck, not every fighter can even be relevant to a particular division. But there are and were fighters throughout boxing history who just seemed to be born into the wrong era. There naturally will be some... more

Not every fighter has raw knockout power. And some don't have much KO potential at all. Throughout boxing's history fighters have had to compensate for an abundance of one thing or a lack of another. A dearth of punching... more

Boxing courts controversy and the relationship is as old as the sport. On this episode of Knuckles and Gloves Boxing Radio, boxing historian Patrick Connor and author/filmmaker Brin-Jonathan Butler remember some of boxing's more... more

Barring those averse to in-ring violence, just about everyone can appreciate a serious knockout. Even if it's only in the sense that you can't turn away despite wanting to, the kind of damage being done to another human is extreme. And... more

Andy Ruiz, Jr. might have briefly made big boys en vogue, but he wasn't the first roundish fighter to enjoy success and fame. From "Fat Boy" Willie Meehan to "Two Ton" Tony Galento, and much more obscure, author and fight historian... more

Those little 120-something-pound fellas might be light as a feather, but the featherweight division has been home to some incredible fighters -- in terms of punching power, skill and acclaim. On this episode of Knuckles and Gloves... more

Andrew Golota, an infamous heavyweight in the 1990s and early 2000s, always seemed to be accompanied by controversy. The Polish scrapper faced off against Lennox Lewis, Mike Tyson, John Ruiz and of course Riddick Bowe -- twice.... more

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