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Many things about boxing can't quite be duplicated. One of them is the thrill of waiting for an unknown decision to be read. Adjacent to that is the mixture of anger and embarrassment felt as a fan when a bad decision is rendered.

On this episode of the Knuckles and Gloves podcast, boxing historian Patrick Connor and Compubox operator and historian Aris Pina team up to remember a number of decisions that got their hackles up.

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Deontay Wilder, aka "The Bronze Bomber," is almost certainly at the end of his career. At the very least, he appears to be approaching the end very quickly. There can be no question that he often delivered entertainment and, in terms of his career, he over-performed.

On this episode of the Knuckles and Gloves podcast, boxing historian Patrick Connor teams up with author and filmmaker Brin-Jonathan Butler to discuss Wilder's career and legacy.


Juan Francisco Estrada and Jesse "Bam" Rodríguez should be a high level super flyweight/junior bantamweight clash. Thankfully we've been able to follow the lower weight classes far more closely in recent years, and this fight should add to the legacy of the division.

On this episode of the Knuckles and Gloves podcast, boxing historian Patrick Connor and fellow historian/Compubox operator Aris Pina team up to preview Estrada vs Rodríguez, plus discuss some of the history of the super flyweight/junior bantamweight division.

In boxing, trainers are essential parts of the equation. And over the decades, there have been some extremely memorable fight trainers, and for a variety of reasons.

On this episode of the Knuckles and Gloves podcast, boxing historians Patrick Connor and Aris Pina team up to remember a handful of trainers that come to mind.


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