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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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When you think Pernell Whitaker, you generally think defense, not brutal, late-rounds knockouts. But against Diosbelys Hurtado in 1997, that's what we got. Faced with getting a big fight with Oscar de la Hoya, Whitaker, for some reason,... more

There's something about 1970s and 80s heavyweights that made for good entertainment, from top to bottom. But one figher, Bill Sharkey, had his own story, complete with a mysterious and gruesome ending. Years after Sharkey's boxing... more

In a sport as polarizing as boxing can be, there are few fights that cause arguments and disputes the way Ray Leonard's victory over middleweight king Marvelous Marvin Hagler still does now, 35 years later. While "Sugar" Ray has... more

The 1980s were wild years. The heavyweights were memorable, but way down at junior welterweight, Roberto Medina was making waves in Florida. By 1985, Medina had racked up a record of 12-1-1 before being scheduled to face... more

In the last few decades, Floyd Mayweather has become an incredibly popular attraction, not to mention an excellent fighter. But in 2002, it almost all came crashing down against lightweight champion José Luis Castillo. Many still... more

When it comes to weirdness, 2021 was difficult to top. But compared to what we were all expecting, the year was a lot nicer to boxing fans that it could have been. Heavyweight thrills. Memorable spills. Historic chills. Alright, we don't know what... more

We talk a lot of boxing history on this podcast, and we try to play it straight with getting the facts correct. But sometimes we'll stray into more fun speculation and remembering. On this episode of the Knuckles and Gloves podcast, Patrick... more

True crime episodes are back, and 1990s middleweight Reuben "Ratman" Bell is due for remembrance. In the 1990s, the middleweight division and those around it were loaded with solid fighters. The Washington D.C. area was flush with talent,... more

The end of 2021 is poised to provide boxing fans with a lot of action, and we even got a serious upset when George Kambosos, Jr. claimed the unified lightweight championship from Teófimo López on DAZN. Stephen Fulton... more

Terence "Bud" Crawford is likely the best welterweight around, and stopping "Showtime" Shawn Porter may have confirmed it. Terence Crawford is also one of the best fighters in the world, without question. Kenny Porter's attempts to... more

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