Category Fight Analysis

Thoughts at end of the 2017 year… and BJS wins over Lemieux

I decided to write today because I was able to catch the replay of Billy Joe Saunders’ impressive win over David Lemieux. This was a fight that I am really grateful came the way it it did to close out an impressive year of fights (sorry Naoye, it’s not like your Dec 30 fight was […]

Very Superstitious

Boxing is underrated as a superstition sport. At the limit, all sports can elicit a sense of religion when it comes to game time, with the players and the audience having rituals to ensure a fortunate outcome, if at least peace of mind. Boxing is 99% preparation, with that last 1% being the Gods of […]

The Setup and the Punchline

A lot of emotion had been backed up in my life because of the US election, the Vargas-Pacquiao fight, and the Kovalev-Ward fight. But, as Bruce Lee said, “Do not be assertive, but adjust to the object, and you shall find a way around or through it. If nothing within you stays rigid, outward things […]

GGG vs. Brook: Prediction

By Rudy Mondrag√≥n Twitter: @boxingintellect¬† Gennady Golovkin versus Kell Brook is another match up where one man jumps two weight classes to challenge the other. First, we had Amir Khan jump up to 155lbs to take on Saul “Canelo” Alvarez. That fight ended with Canelo knocking out Khan in the 6th round. Will Golovkin, also […]

Fighter of the Year 2015 (Video)

Here is another installment of Banks Boy Productions, “In My Humble.” Banks Boy Productions and Blood Money Boxing collaborate to discuss 2015’s Fighter of the Year. Enjoy and comment below.

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 […]