Tag Archives: #bmb

Bernard Hopkins Victorious

By Rudy Mondragon On Saturday November 8th, 2014, Bernard Hopkins stepped into the ring for the 64th time. Another historic night for Bernard for at the age of 49, two months shy from turning a half century young, Hopkins fought for not one but three championship belts. Already the oldest man to capture and defend championships belts, Bernard […]

Orlando Salido: Winner of Wars [Video]

By Rudy Mondragon What else is new? Orlando Salido (42-12-2, 29 KOs) steps into the ring and wins in exciting fashion. The man with the short end of the stick last night was worthy contender, Terdsak Kokietgym (53-5-1, 33 KOs) from Thailand. Both came out swinging in the first round and Terdsak was able to earn the […]

Juan M Lopez: That’s a Wrap!

By Rudy Mondragon Juan Manuel Lopez (34-5, 31 KOs) was brutally knocked out in the second round by Jesus Marcelo Andres Cuellar (25-1, 19 KOs) in Las Vegas at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino. Lopez looked like damaged goods. He is a fighter who has not recovered from the beatings he received from Orlando […]

Danny ‘Swift’ Garcia: A Visit to North Philly [Photos]

By Rudy Mondragon  Philadelphia, Pennsylvania has a rich boxing history. It is home to some of the rawest fighters the boxing scene has ever seen. From the hard punching Bennie Briscoe to hall of famers like Joey Giardello and Philly’s forever Heavyweight Champion, Joe Frazier. The list of old timers and modern day fighters from Philly can […]

And The Winner GBP! Post Canelo vs. Lara

By Rudy Mondragon In a close fight on Saturday July 12, 2014, Erislandy Lara took on the young Saul Canelo Alvarez. In a fight where many boxing heads knew Canelo had the political power and the backing of a power house promotion company,  the edge would no doubt favor the Mexican fighter. When the scores […]

Lara vs Canelo: BMB Predictions

This is a fight that many of us have been waiting to see. I’d like to give a shout to both fighters – Lara for calling out Canelo at his own press conference and Canelo for stepping up like a young G despite his advisors discouraging him to take the fight. Now, then, it’s important […]

Martinez vs Cotto: BMB Predictions

On Saturday June 7, 2014 Sergio “Maravilla” Martinez will step into the ring against the challenger from Caguas, Miguel Cotto. This fight is for WBC Middleweight Title. But more than that, this fight represents multiple opportunities and possibilities. For Miguel, it means the possibility of becoming the first fighter in Puerto Rican history to win […]

Light Heavyweight Thoughts: Superman vs. Russia, Russia Wins

After seeing the opening round of Adonis Stevenson, knowing only his highlight reel knockouts, I was prepared to be impressed. I thought I was sitting before another Al Haymon protege, a fighter being groomed for superstardom. Should’ve known, since he was called “Superman.” But all I saw was looping, telegraphed punches, with his hands down, […]

Quick Take: Andy Ruiz Jr, the Baby-faced Destroyer

2013: 2014:   @MrAndrij @Ross_JasonF yes just let me get in shape just soo people wont be talking shit about my weight I promise I will be better nextfigh — Andy Ruiz Jr. (@AndyDestroyer13) November 24, 2013 I’d say he’s making great progress. Combined with his excellent punch volume, punch placement, and chin, he’s unstoppable. An […]

Cotto vs Martinez: Who is the A-Side?

By Rudy Mondragon Twitter: @bloodmoneyboxin Instagram: bloodmoneyboxing In boxing, there has always been an “A Side” and a “B Side” when it comes to the two fighters stepping into the ring. Simply put, the “A Side” is the fighter who has the most power. I don’t mean punching power, I mean political power and leverage. Boxing […]