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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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It's said fighters often feel some kind of bond after a grueling fight, and fighters who go to war together are forever linked. Some fights, like Robert Quiroga vs Akeem Anifowoshe, 1991's "Fight of the Year," epitomize the idea that once two... more

So why didn't Lennox Lewis and Riddick Bowe ever fight? And what exactly happened that one time they met in the ring? On this episode of the Knuckles and Gloves podcast, Patrick Connor and Brin-Jonathan Butler break down the... more

Mike Tyson and George Foreman are two of the biggest heavyweight punchers both of recent memory, and all-time. And they almost fought! On this episoe of the Knuckles and Gloves podcast, Patrick Connor and Brin-Jonathan Butler talk... more

Fighters fight on too long as a general rule. Even so, some fighters notably have longer careers than others. On this episode of the Knuckles and Gloves podcast, boxing historians Patrick Connor and Aris Pina team up to remember a handful... more

Floyd Mayweather's victory over Oscar de la Hoya was a star-making performance, yet many seem to disagree with the final decision. That makes it a good fight to revisit and re-score. There was also a small matter of Oscar de la... more

It makes sense that the biggest fighters are the biggest punchers. Rocky Marciano, Mike Tyson, Joe Louis, Jack Dempsey and so forth are legendary punchers, but where do they rank on the list of heavyweight champions with the... more

Terence Crawford is a magnificent fighter. No need to qualify anything or compare him historically to any fighter from the past. He may truly stand alone as the greatest fighter of his era, and his domination of Errol Spence, Jr. sure seems to... more

Naoya Inoue is one scary fighter, and he proved it by going through unified junior featherweight champion Stephen Fulton with ease. How far can Inoue go? Where should he be pound-for-pound? And wait, because there's an... more

Tommy Morrison was known as "The Duke," and the 1980s and 90s heavyweight contender was a charismatic, hard-hitting scrapper. Unfortunately he also made many questionable decisions throughout his life, and several of them led to an... more

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