Author Archives: BoxingIntellect

Canelo vs. Khan: Street Fighters & Trump

By Rudy Mondragon Twitter: @boxingintellect It was recently announced that Amir Khan (31-3, 19 KOs) will be challenging the WBC middleweight champion, Saul “Canelo” Alvarez (46-1-1, 32 KOs) on May 7, 2016 at the brand new T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. This will be the first time in recent years that Floyd Mayweather Jr. […]

Swift vs The Ghost: Reflections on Latino Politics

By Rudy Mondragon Twitter: @boxingintellect On Saturday, January 23rd, 2016 Danny “Swift” Garcia defeated Robert “The Ghost” Guerrero via a 12 round unanimous decision (all three judges had it 116-112). Garcia’s victory earned him the vacant WBC Welterweight title that once belonged to The Best Ever, Floyd Mayweather Jr. This was a unique match up […]

Fight & Performance of the Year [Video]

Blood Money Boxing’s Co-Founder, Rudy Mondragon sits down with Pierre Banks from Banks Boy Productions to discuss 2015’s Fight and Performance of the Year. Check out the videos below. More best of 2015 videos coming soon. Agree or disagree? Have your own thoughts on fight and performance of the year? Let us know what you think by […]

2015 End of Year Awards

2015 brought the unveiling of the Joe Frazier statue in Philadelphia By Rudy Mondragon @boxingintellect @bloodmoneyboxin And that’s a wrap! Another year of boxing in the history books. 2015 gave boxing heads what they demanded, a dream match between Floyd Mayweather vs Manny Pacquiao. As with many fights, we need to manage our expectations. I get […]

Cotto vs Canelo Review

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 […]

Canelo vs Cotto: Prediction Edition

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 […]

Response to Oscar De La Hoya’s Farewell Letter to Floyd

By Rudy Mondragon (Twitter: @boxingintellect) In the last day, I have received messages from 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 Mayweather. […]

BMB & In My Humble Video Collaboration

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 […]

Mexican Style: The Golovkin Project

By Rudy Mondragon Gennady Golovkin is an exciting 33 year old boxer from Kazakhstan. Also known as GGG, Triple G, Golden Boy, and God of War, Golovkin has earned the reputation as the most avoided 160 lbs. fighter of this moment. The general argument of not fighting GGG stems from his inability to generate money. Simply […]

Floyd TBE? Opinion Piece by Tommy Segundo

By Tommy Segundo  First off, great article (Opinion piece based on Mayweather Is TBE & Here’s Why)! I agree with just about everything you say here. But I have a different view of some of the things you sayt. But let me preface this post by saying this, I’m a huge boxing fan. I’m also […]