Tag Archives: #MateoBanegas

Taking notes from the NBA, the World Boxing Council Suspends Broner

By Mateo Banegas Following racial remarks made by Adrien Broner during his post-fight interview this past weekend, the WBC has hereby suspended Broner from participating in any WBC-sanctioned championship and will exclude him from the WBC ratings, until he makes a public apology that is satisfactory to the global public. As announced on the WBC […]

Quick Take With Mateo B: Garcia vs Herrera

By Mateo Banegas Garcia (28-0, 16 KOs) vs. Herrera (20-4, 7 KOs) Boxing fans were treated to a great bout last night, as Danny Garcia looked to build his international star power by shining in a fight that took place in his familial motherland of Puerto Rico. But if followers of Garcia expected him to run […]

Quick Take with Mateo B: Canelo vs Angulo Prediction

By Mateo Banegas  When this fight was announced a few months ago, I was among the many boxing fans who thought this was just the latest example of Golden Boy Promotions protecting their golden goose. And while I haven’t changed my mind, it does make sense. First, after the schooling that Canelo received from Mayweather, […]

Quick Take With Mateo Banegas

By Mateo Banegas  Quick Take – Top quality show in the Alamo (12/14/13) Showtime closed out its boxing schedule for the year with a card that showcased some great fights and fighters that are sure to bring boxing fans joy in 2014. Here are a few quick takeaways: San Antonio is quietly becoming the boxing […]

Thoughts on……”The One”

By Mateo Banegas Don’t worry, I am not going to tell you that the Blood Money Team told you so, but I am going to use a few lines to share some thoughts from last night. First – Definitely not The One: Ishe Smith vs. Carlos Molina. As a good friend of mine, who is a […]

Canelo vs. Mayweather: BloodMoneyBoxing Expert Picks

To the Blood Money Boxing family, thank you for your ongoing support of our blog and following us. The big weekend is here! Whether you see this as a mega fight or mega card, this weekend is no doubt an indication to all the boxing critics who say boxing is dead. From revolutionizing the way […]

Bradley’s Brawl

By: Mateo Banegas Saturday night gave boxing fans an early gift, an incredible fight that could be considered a candidate for fight-of-the-year as well as round(s)-of-the-year. Coming off of a 10-month absence from the ring since his win against Manny Pacquiao, Tim “Desert Storm” Bradley (29-0) defended his WBO welterweight title against a fairly new […]