November 21, 2017
  • Boxing History

    Throwback Thursday: Joe Gans Thumps Spike Sullivan

    Back when a color line separated the sport of boxing into what amounted to a couple of pigment-defined leagues, there were still fighters on both sides who seemed able to ferry themselves back and forth across the barrier without issue. They were more exception than rule, but they existed. Baltimore’s
  • KGB Radio

    KGB Radio: IBHOF Class of 2018 Ballot

    It’s that time of year again. Once a year, a small group of crusty boxing heads get their say over who gets inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame. Before the year is out, an announcement will be made as to which fighters are to be honored by the
  • KGB Radio

    KGB Radio: Mayweather vs McGregor Recap

    We told you all along that there was a light at the end of the tunnel — even if that just meant that Floyd Mayweather vs. Conor McGregor would eventually end and we could move past it. Buried among the hot takes, the awful predictions and the throng of shoddy
  • KGB Radio

    KGB Radio: Mayweather vs McGregor Preview

    Floyd Mayweather versus Conor McGregor. Simply uttering it aloud is enough to make most boxing fans cock an eyebrow, even if casual fans have grown accustomed to the spectacle by now. It’s convenient to immediately seize upon analogies involving NFL quarterbacks battling tennis stars in a swimming pool, or golfers
  • KGB Radio

    KGB Radio: Terence Crawford vs Julius Indongo Preview

    This may cause some discomfort, so let’s get it over with: Terence Crawford vs. Julius Indongo is for all four major sanctioning body belts at 140 pounds. There. It’s done. Only a handful of fighters have managed to pick up all four major belts since the WBO came to be

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