By Rudy Mondragon (Twitter: @boxingintellect) Another Puerto Rico versus Mexico fight in the history books. It wasn’t a flop but it wasn’t an instant classic either. Miguel Cotto was in great shape as he stuck to a game plan that consisted of jabbing and quickly moving around. In the middle of the fight, I think […]


Jarrett Bato  It’s refreshing to have a fight like this come at a time of the year when nostalgia hits the hardest. As the year comes to a close, we humans naturally contemplate of the days that have gone by and why our current reality doesn’t quite match it. That’s why Cotto taking the challenge […]


By Rudy Mondragon (Twitter: @boxingintellect) In the last day, I have received messages from my close friends asking me about my thoughts on Oscar De La Hoya’s farewell letter to Floyd Mayweather. As I read the letter, I found it reeking of bitterness and resentment caused by Oscar’s relationship (or lack there of) with Floyd […]


On Wednesday, November 11th, 2 members of the Blood Money Boxing team (Jarrett Bato and yours truly) were treated to a sneak-peak screening of the upcoming movie “Creed”, the new Rocky-esque Sylvester Stallone film. The protagonist is portrayed by Santa Ana California’s own (woop woop!) Michael Bakari Jordan as Adonis Johnson Creed, the illegitimate son […]


Blood Money Boxing’s Rudy Mondragon (Editor in Chief and Co-Founder) sat down with Pierre Banks of In My Humble to discuss various topics in the boxing world. These topics include Mikey Garcia, upcoming fight between Brandon Rios and Timothy Bradley, and a reflection on the Abner Mares and Leo Santa Cruz fight that took place August […]

This weekend’s fights were like coinflips in the fates of two fighters who never seem to be on the bright side of the glamour of boxing. Luis Collazo let his fight go after 3 rounds of exposing Thurman and striking fear in his eyes. On the other hand, Herrera showed Lundy that his intimidation and […]

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With the grace of hindsight, it’s nice to reflect on the Broner vs. Porter fight, a fight that means so much for the welterweight division following Guerrero vs. Thurman back in March simply because of the exciting matchup, AND two more candidates that thin the pool for the latter half of the year’s big fights. It was […]


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