Category The Game

Reviving Modern Day Boxing Rivalries

By: Rudy Mondragon Twitter: @boxingintellect Does boxing need new boxing rivalries for its revival? Personally, boxing does not need to be revived. It is not dead, but the content provided to fans is malnourished and underfed. This article stems from three things: The recent Nate Diaz versus Conor McGregor rematch that was fueled by a theatrical script […]

The Boxing X Factor

Maybe I’m just amazed at why Trump is frighteningly a front runner, but somethings making me want to wonder what is different about today’s boxing. I’ve been reflecting deeply on what characteristics and/or behavior patterns a boxer needs to demonstrate to profit from the sport, and in turn have the sport grow in stature from the […]

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 […]

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. […]