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TARK

Tumbo is extremely biased…. Golovkin would kill Chavez Jr.

Posted September 3, 2012 5:47 pm 


Mustid

Golovkin smashed the hype known as proksa. Lots of respect to proksa for getting right back up after he got flattened.

Posted September 2, 2012 7:13 pm 


Koolz

you guys are dreaming! You actually think the fighters are going to fight Golovkin? After this Promoters are going to do everything in there power to not have there fighters fight him!

There going to run for the hills!

Posted September 2, 2012 5:35 pm 


Patrick2

I find it interesting that prior to the Andy Lee fight everyone mocked Chavez, now post-Andy Lee and suddenly everyone has Chavez as a middleweight kingpin. Not saying Chavez isn’t good/hasn’t improved, but wow, what a turnaround! I wonder what these same folks would say if they knew Golovkin beat Andy Lee (not to mention Dirrell and Bute) in the amateurs?

Posted September 2, 2012 2:57 pm 


me

kirkland priog chavez any of these guys vs this dude would be awesome to watch

Posted September 2, 2012 2:41 pm 


me

the dudes jab looked like it hurt lol this guys gonna b a problem

Posted September 2, 2012 2:33 pm 


M. Mendoza

Either Martinez or Chavez Jr. will give GGG problems and his first loss — although doubt neither would KO him because GGG is a tough puncher and savvy mover but he would be shut out practically.

Posted September 2, 2012 2:07 pm 


Patrick2

You’re crazy. Expect to see the big names soon start ducking and making excuses for why they can’t fight Golovkin.

Posted September 2, 2012 12:34 pm 


The Kingslayer

Kirkland, Molina, Lara and Canelo are Jr Middleweights.

Posted September 2, 2012 12:16 pm 


te tumbo

Golovkin appeared strong but beatable. Canelo or Kirkland would be great tests for him with the edge going to both of these fighters. in fact, why not Lara or Molina? IMO, Golovkin is NOT ready for primetime just yet. making progress but not quite there yet. Btw, win or lose v. Martinez, Chavez Jr. will K’imTFO.

Posted September 2, 2012 12:13 pm 


The Kingslayer

It was a good performance but I wasn’t blown away.

Posted September 2, 2012 12:12 pm 


Gonzo The Dragonborn

Been telling all who’d listen, and many who wouldn’t, Golovkin is the real deal since he turned pro. That said, I don’t want to see him move up to fight super- middleweights yet. Let him unify at 160 first before he thinks about taking on the elite at ’68. His willingness to fight anyone, anywhere from 154-168 is admirable but it’s also too risky as he’d not only be giving away a lot of natural weight, but he’d also be giving his opponents home advantage too. Taking on Ward anywhere in the US is just downright stupid as it ensures that he always has an American ref to preside over his fights, as he had in every single one of his fights in the Super Six, and that gives him free licence to get away with blue murder, and crucially, get away with all that excessive holding, which is not only illegal and cowardly, but it also completely ruins the sport as a spectacle for us fans. Ward literally lunges in and grabs a hold of his opponents almost every time he’s thrown a punch or every time he thinks they’re about to, when he’s not backpedaling out of range like 180lbs bi-sexual mong-faced chicken that is, and it’s almost impossible to catch him with more than the occasional shot. Golovkin and Ward are polar opposites – Gennady wouldn’t think twice about fighting a much bigger opponent at their weight and in their country or hometown, whereas pampered chicken Ward wouldn’t dream of it in a billion years as he know that that glass jaw he’s hiding behind his wall of illegal tactics would get shattered into pieces if he did. He could’ve jumped up and fought Chad at 175, grabbed his belts and then moved back down to 168 again, Golovkin doesn’t having a problem doing that, and he’s small for his own weight division and he doesn’t need to cheat to win fights, so why couldn’t Ward do the same? Oh yeah, because he needs everything stacked in his favour like the pampered cheating little prima donna he is.

Posted September 2, 2012 11:59 am 


varnish

dude can fight! real deal – how about Gaele, Pirog or Chavez/Martinez?

Posted September 2, 2012 11:53 am 


lightsoutohio

Golovkin vs saul alvarez!! in a year after they clean out there division would be a great fight for the fans. I see Golovkin winning

Posted September 2, 2012 11:44 am 


Kid Blast

Agreed

Posted September 2, 2012 10:23 am 


Antonino Rocca

Not quite sure what PhD was listening to. Jones and Kellerman were pretty much on the same page last night. K and J watch tapes and talk before the bout, and a lot of their conversation sounds like the result of their “pre-interview” preparation.

Posted September 2, 2012 10:12 am 


Anonymous

BoxingFanatic, where you at?!? Come eat your crow!! What happened to Proksa? Where’s that “smart money” you bet on him? Bwahahaha!!! Loser!!

Posted September 2, 2012 9:14 am 


Ike

Seriously! Can’t wait to see this dude fight again. Proska had an awkward style and appeared to be loose & comfortable before Golovkin caught him with some frighteningly accurate power shots. Yet another reason to root for Martinez over Chavez Jr. Would love to see Triple G vs. Martinez.

Posted September 2, 2012 8:18 am 


kk17

Still would like to see Golovkin-Sturm before Golovkin goes for Chavez, Pirog and Martinez

Posted September 2, 2012 8:14 am 


Ike

Roy’s commentary/explanation regarding Golovkin’s balance was excellent. I remember saying out loud, “Nice job Roy”. It was insightful and informative.

Posted September 2, 2012 8:01 am 


Mix

Martinez still has to get past J.C.Chavez yet. However there’s plenty of good fights out there for Golovkin @ 160LB. The WBA have ordered him & Daniel Geale to get it on hopefully in Australia before the years out. Then bring Dmitry Pirog, Peter Quillin, Darren Barker & Martin Murray into the equation & there should be some cracking contest for him over the next year or so.

Posted September 2, 2012 5:52 am 


Mix

:idea: What’s the betting the WBA sanction Sturm vs Proska for there interim ordanary title :?:

Posted September 2, 2012 5:46 am 


KOrnerman

My prediction of Proskas end before the 7th turned out bang on, I knew he would destroy him unlike many others who said what a close fight it would be, hhmmm.

Posted September 2, 2012 4:46 am 


Anonymous

My prediction of Proskas end before the 7th turned out bang on, I knew he would destroy him unlike many others who said what a close fight it would be, hhmmm.

Posted September 2, 2012 4:45 am 


Zonbo Krat

Marvelous Hagler is the toughest and strongest middleweight ever

Posted September 2, 2012 4:02 am 


Bonzo

GGG oh baby welcome to North America
This guy was quite impressive tonite against a pretty tough opponent.
Would love to see him in there with any of the top middleweights.
Don’t want to see him moving up to supermiddleweight too soon as middleweight is full of great fights.
Martinez vs Golovkin anyone?

Posted September 2, 2012 2:58 am 


TARK

Golovkin is the physically toughest and strongest middleweight since Carlos Monzon.. Max Kellerman kept pointing out what he thought were Golovkin’s stance and balance flaws, and Roy Jones kept saying, “Nope.. He doesn’t do that. He keeps his balance perfectly centered” leaving Kellerman with egg on his face. Before the fight Roy said, “Golovkin is the real thing.” He’s pretty excited about this guy …. The scoring in the co-feature was disgraceful.. The fight was poorly fought, but Gonzalez won easily.

Posted September 2, 2012 1:39 am 


Fate1

GGG vs geale and then the winner fights either Martinez or Chavez jr.

Posted September 2, 2012 1:17 am 



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