Category Classics 101

Adrien Broner: Scapegoat Racist

By Rudy Mondragon  Racism: Beliefs, actions, practices, and social/political systems that create a hierarchy of races deemed more superior or inferior to each other. Racism gives advantages to groups with power and privilege (white) and is manifested towards people of color who are in subordinated positions. Adrien Broner was recently used as a scapegoat of racism […]

Predictions for #TheMoment

BMB Fam, here is the prediction for the match between Floyd Mayweather Jr (45-0, 26 KOs) and Marcos Maidana (35-3, 31 KOs). We start off with a special prediction by Sergio “The Latin Snake” Mora. Mayweather TKO9. Maidana will pressure early. Floyd’s speed, feints, jabs up & down (to belly) will slow down Maidana. IF […]

This generation’s version of a Gutsy Card on May 3

After the announcement of Khan–Collazo, news quickly came out for Adrien Broner to join the Mayweather-Maidana card against Carlos Molina, who last lost to Amir Khan by TKO from an unfortunate, early cut in the 10th round. Another fight tagged on to that is the rising prospect J’Leon Love against Marco Antonio Periban. This card is the best […]

Floyd Mayweather’s Top 5 Career Moments

Behind The Gloves and Gorilla Productions hooked up to put together this great video. Floyd Mayweather’s top 5 career moments gives fans insight to his experience’s of great emotion, struggle, victories, defense, rise to stardom, and the capturing of his first title. With Floyd days, hours, minutes away from announcing his next opponent, this video will […]

2013 Best of Boxing Awards

By Rudy Mondragon 2013 was one of the best years of boxing that I have ever experienced. Boxing is a diverse community made up of fans who love technical fights, wars, brawls, knockouts, and fights that go the distance. From Timothy Bradley and Ruslan Provodnikov’s war in March to Floyd Mayweather’s clinical win over Saul […]

Straight Right

I would like to echo’s article about Alexis Arguello and his fight with then-trainer of Mike Tyson, Kevin Rooney. Any time an article about Alexis comes up, I’m always about it.  This guy is as classy as he comes. All the tapes I’ve seen of him even have him wearing indistinct, flat-colored trunks with […]

Fabulous Four and 112

I’d like to write about guts, the Fabolous Four, and the 1-1-2, the evolution of the 1-2, or the most basic combination, the jab+straight. I want to start with Dinamita, because I believe the signs that boxing was evolving happened as soon as our gaze left the heavyweights and towards the lighter weights. The speed, […]