Let’s have Golovkin vs Quillin next!Posted November 3, 2013 8:39 am
Hidalgo says.., “Tark, in his first fight with Foreman, Frazier weighed 214 lbs. He didn’t look like Hercules but he was far from “soft and blubbery.”
In their second fight, Joe was definitely looking loose and “blubbery.””
Joe was soft and blubbery in both fights… Just more so in the 2nd fight.Posted November 2, 2013 6:25 pm
Boxing Newbie Jr.
Whaa? Castrat…eww, I just choked on my minestrone soup a little. Gross. Stop it! And yeah, GGG needs to stop hitting up the short squat fighters and step it up. He is just like a schoolyard bully. Is Golovkin man enough to step it up and take on Andre Ward? He needs to put up or shut up. Yup!!Posted November 2, 2013 4:59 pm
i think the macaroon will be asleep inside four.Posted November 2, 2013 4:00 pm
A nice intelligent mature comment there :) well done. LOLPosted November 2, 2013 2:41 pm
F uck racism, f uck nationalism, f uck relgion, f uck politics, f uck communism, f uck capitalism. Long live pugilism! May the better boxer win – and that is GGG! GGG to unify at MW!Posted November 2, 2013 2:02 pm
Alright eastern block, its been a pleasure.Posted November 2, 2013 1:13 pm
Eastern block, america is free and the military is brave but patriots are on the decline. I have never lived in another country so I cant say if its the best or not, I belive its in the top 10 best countrys to live in. Journalist in america use to report the truth because of ethics but these days its very diffcult to discover the truth with just about anything. You got the far right and the far left but the truth lays somewhere inbetween in most cases. You know its politics as they say.Posted November 2, 2013 1:07 pm
“Golovkin is fighting Stevens for one reason. Martinez and Quillin, and their management teams, are afraid to meet him. They don’t want to risk being embarrassed and brutally KO’d.” – TARK is exactly correct. GGG’s came tried getting those other belt holders in the ring. DiBella said no straight up. Quillin’s still talking a bit but that’s a front. You’ll see this once their next opponents are lined up. Fact is Stevens is the only boxer at 160 with any name recognition who called GGG out. So he got the fight.Posted November 2, 2013 1:03 pm
Eastern block, i will research latvia and i will also visit the UK with in two years always wanted to visit.Posted November 2, 2013 12:57 pm
Eric, I grew up with many more freedoms than my parents and did not see all the bad things I have bee told about, but we always use to hear how America was the home of the brave and land of the free. Perhaps, this is not the case?Posted November 2, 2013 12:56 pm
After Golovkin knocks out Stevens, Quillin for the WBO unification next would be good. GGG is pretty much the real deal at middleweight.Posted November 2, 2013 12:50 pm
“This is a totally different type of matchup. Where Frazier was soft and blubbery, ”
Tark, in his first fight with Foreman, Frazier weighed 214 lbs. He didn’t look like Hercules but he was far from “soft and blubbery.”
In their second fight, Joe was definitely looking loose and “blubbery.”
I actually thought Joe might have fared much better in their first fight if Mercante would have stopped George from repeatedly shoving Joe away and pushing him off with both hands. This never should have been allowed. But hey, Referee Arthur Mercante was more of a legend of mouth than in the ring–he let a lot of things go that he shouldn’t have.Posted November 2, 2013 12:22 pm
Golovkin is fighting Stevens for one reason. Martinez and Quillin, and their management teams, are afraid to meet him. They don’t want to risk being embarrassed and brutally KO’d.
I read that Golovkin-Stevens is like Foreman-Frazier because of the 4″ height difference — and because both fighters are preceived to have great punching power with the anticipation of a massive, head-on slugfest.
This is a totally different type of matchup. Where Frazier was soft and blubbery, Stevens is rock solid, ripped, and powerful. Frazier had a much smaller frame then Foreman. Stevens is shorter but thicker set. He’s just as strong as Golovkin, if not stronger. Stevesns has more weapons than just the left hook.
Where Foreman couldn’t box apples, Golovkin is a great technician with over 350 amateur fights. The only thing similar in the 2 contests: the challenger is a huge underdog — which in the case of Foreman, was a massive miscalculation of his chances. In Stevens case it’s not.Posted November 2, 2013 12:03 pm
Matter of fact rubio I dont want you reading my post fool. Who has forced you to read what I say ? When u see eric skip my post, my post are for 4 people only. Im hell bent on one day seeing all man kind be one and im happy to start my journey on eastside boxing, southside boxing or boxing for retards, I dont care. If eastside want to block me so be it. People like you rubio are part of the problem, ill shut up when they have some respect.Posted November 2, 2013 11:27 am
Its not opions its facts that america needs to talk about, and any forum is good enuf to call it like it is a hope america becomes a better place. I dont hear you calling out the likes of sedrmon, obl, smooth or any rascist , except me a voice of reason. So scoobio when you can say the same thing to those who are the real problem then and only then does your voice mean something, muntil then just shut your mouth.Posted November 2, 2013 11:03 am
Sred says Curt is handpcked, hey numnuts Stevens begged for this fight, Trips KO’S his dumass in 4!Posted November 2, 2013 10:39 am
MAKE SURE YOU CHECK GGG’s PLASTER OF PARIS WRAPSPosted November 2, 2013 9:43 am
Why don’t people like Eric get blocked? No one cares for your idiot opinions on race fool ,its a boxing foruM.Posted November 2, 2013 9:10 am
Stevens got some tattoos, tattoos dont win fights.
The amount of racists have tripled on here since the fall of the Soviet Union. There are some seriously ignorant and racist Eastern Europeans on here. (of course they are the minority, but they are disgracing the decent and good Eastern Europeans who have struggled all their lives).
The racists have been outed in football and now we will out them in boxing also.
Funny thing is they are more likely (90%) to get a smack from someone of their own colour or be hustled by someone of their own colour, so why hate on people they probably will never mix with in their sad old lives?
This is a boxing forum so save your bs politics agenda for someplace else.Posted November 2, 2013 7:23 am
Honestly, this site – thanks to its moronic posters – is complete sh.it.Posted November 2, 2013 6:33 am
A hahahaha hahahahaha Tark is getting ploughed in more ways than onePosted November 2, 2013 5:23 am
Has Curtis Stevens got the soles of his boots took yet, I see a gap in the market.Posted November 2, 2013 3:37 am
I have to say, TARK’s appeal has moved me – it has toouched my heart.
I`d imagine TARK would try to touch something else given half the chance too, but my heart will have to be it for now.
I will be donating $5 to the account and will see if I can use my contacts in the pharmaceutical industry to try to get a compassionate use supply of something to help clear up the obviously painful and embarassing intestinal issues that have been morked into him.
I know I insult you sometimes TARK, but I do respect your bravery in taking on a challenge and opening yourself up to new experiences with this Mork crew. It didn`t work out so well this time but I hope you keep your heat open and find the man of your dreams eventually.
I think you already have a nameless admirer on these boards – maybe you two should arrange a meeting….Posted November 2, 2013 3:09 am
I have a big knob.Posted November 2, 2013 2:48 am
Titopa, GGG will KO Stevens because he’s in a different dimension than Curtis…Stevens doesn’t have a punchers chance or a prayers chance; he has no chance, period.Posted November 2, 2013 1:40 am
GGG wins this and he has to face Martin Murray – who is the man who beat the man (He was robbed vs Martinez), so all this handpicking accusations can stop.Posted November 2, 2013 12:34 am
Boxing is universal so if you know the name of the game it’s has nothing to do where you from so just appreciated and enjoyed stop being this is my man from where I came from and he is going to win just respect the boxing just respect the game;)Posted November 1, 2013 9:41 pm
Hey what’s up fellas I did enjoy being on this website were I will always be loyal customer and thank you all for your comments and the appreciated wow I love it thanks for that:)Posted November 1, 2013 9:37 pm
Stevens grew his beard extra bushy for this one so that it will cushion some of the force from Golovkin’s punches. Should buy him another round or two in which he might cash in on that proverbial puncher’s chance but I don’t see this one going past six rounds.Posted November 1, 2013 8:42 pm
is GGG with K2? do not sign with shylock American arum!!Posted November 1, 2013 8:14 pm
titopa would love for that blk guy to win. all that typing and it wont do a damn thing. the blk guy is getting carried out..Posted November 1, 2013 8:10 pm
Woop Woop I forgot who told me not to read he’s Commons and it kind of did make sense and I was like yeah you know what when they read all his comments he never respond when I actually asking the question and then I see his comments today and I start the reading to lines and then I just started laughing and who ever told me not to read his comments thanks man!Posted November 1, 2013 8:08 pm
The nature of this bout is this — you have to fight somebody if Sergio won’t sign.Posted November 1, 2013 7:57 pm
Listen GGG is facing a handpicked opponent… Stevens used to be one of the “Chin Checkers” coming outta Brooklyn, (with Allan Greene and Bika) victim Jaidon Codrington… Stevens is a handpicked opponent that is there to make GGG look better than what he may be…Let’s not get confused about the nature of the bout…Posted November 1, 2013 7:48 pm
McCall and Rahman put Lewis out… Schmeling put Louis out…
It happens… Underdogs KO the big dog occasionally.Posted November 1, 2013 7:46 pm
Pasty little Cooper had Ali out… If the bell hadn’t rung Ali was a gonner.Posted November 1, 2013 7:43 pm
Fight Aficionado – I totally agree!! I just don’t care to see guys with power get written off so quick, I’ve only seen this dude (Curtis) fight like twice, so I really don’t know much…which is even more reason for me to worry. He’s also playing some serious mind games, he seems to be working very hard to get GGG to come in emotional, will it work? We’ll see.Posted November 1, 2013 7:28 pm
Tomato Can – Yeah, that’s my point! Dawson had the experience, the boxing ability, the size and also carried decent pop…coming in, Stevenson really only had a punchers chance, and look what happened, he BLITZ Dawson.Posted November 1, 2013 7:24 pm
Christ’s Chin – “dreaming”? Where did I say Stevens WILL win? Read carefully. I am simply implying that he HAS a chance, it’s not a great chance, but nonetheless…he has one due to his KO power, in boxing, one punch can change everything. That’s all I’m saying. If Stevens had Malignaggi fists, then I’d be there with you screaming “mismatch” or “he has NO chance”…but c’mon!Posted November 1, 2013 7:21 pm
The Fox you could be right. He’s probably rehydrating 10 lbs from the weigh in. Stevens looks shredded today.Posted November 1, 2013 6:47 pm
“Not saying Stevens WILL win, but to think he has “no chance” is foolish.” = True. I never write off anyone who has a punch. But this is a classic “puncher’s chance” scenario. 90% of the time that guy loses.Posted November 1, 2013 6:46 pm
Fight Aficionado take a look at how different Stevens body looks when he’s in the ring. He’s obviously cutting a lot of weight. Even his neck and face look much thinner now that it normally does.Posted November 1, 2013 6:02 pm
Quilling would have lost to rosado if rosado didn’t get cutPosted November 1, 2013 5:45 pm
Keep praying. It won’t do no good, Golovkin will tear Stevens apart. But keep praying anyway. It’s all you have, and that’s all Stevens, has prayer.
Golovkin lost two brothers, that coffin stunt by Steven is gonna come back to haunt him badly. Golovkin is gonna hammer Stevens down.Posted November 1, 2013 5:42 pm
Here we go, the fight all the IQ deficient suckers have been waiting for. The massive GGG vs the tiny CS. Once again GGG handpicks a lamb to the slaughter after disregarding challenge after challenge by proven champs and contenders. I guess when you are handed a belt you don’t need to win, it puts you in a delusional state of supremacy, while deep down the fear keeps rising that you might need to face someone with a pulse someday. All those fights to be made and he keeps taking other champs has-beens or fights non-ranked paydays. Keep the illusion running, GGG the greatest magic show on earth.Posted November 1, 2013 5:34 pm
Dawson can’t hit… Really can’t defend that well either when you get down to it. Even Glen Johnson got to Chad. Golovkin is one of the best defenders in the game.Posted November 1, 2013 5:34 pm
Tipopa, true. But I wouldn’t count on it. But I didn’t think Stevenson would KO Dawson in the first round either.Posted November 1, 2013 5:24 pm
Anonymous – a puncher ALWAYS has a chance!Posted November 1, 2013 5:21 pm
Stevens thinks he’s going to win. A big puncher always thinks that.Posted November 1, 2013 5:20 pm
A man with power is a dangerous….until the end….keep that in mind.Posted November 1, 2013 5:10 pm
After what Gonzalez did to Mares, Marquez did to Pacquiao and so on…how can you count out ANY fighter who has real power? It’s boxing, all it takes is ONE PUNCH to end things. Not saying Stevens WILL win, but to think he has “no chance” is foolish.Posted November 1, 2013 5:09 pm
Watching the weigh-in I was a bit surprised at how big GGG looks in comparison to Stevens. He’s got a real wide body and is 2-3 inches taller. Note Stevens was acting like a real tough guy in the post-fight interview after he KOed whatshisname and in the weeks before he signed to fight GGG. Now he’s not saying anything. Just stood there mutely doing his best to stare without blinking 30 times a minute.Posted November 1, 2013 5:06 pm
Tark’s tiny custard cannon
I like seeing Stevens trying to be brave, but all the while knowing he’s gonna take a real savage beating. LOL
Golovkin – 28-0 (25 KO’s) coming soon.
Stevens gonna look a woeful bloody gibbering mess. LOLPosted November 1, 2013 4:52 pm
Oh, there’s a few guys predicting Stevens shocks the world with a KO win? These are the same ones who will criticize GGG for beating a no-hoper. Can’t have it both ways people. Let’s see if Martinez or Quillin want to step up. I firmly believe the only reason GGG hasn’t unified all belts is because the others will not fight him. Martinez’s promoter DiBella confirmed this on the record. Fact.Posted November 1, 2013 4:52 pm
GGG will slowly dismantle Stevens. He has no idea what he’s getting himself in to. GGG has elite level boxing pedigree. He is too good, and will stop Stevens in rounds 9-12. The referee will step in and save Stevens from a brutal beating. Stevens ran his mouth too much for a guy that hasn’t fought anyone.Posted November 1, 2013 4:51 pm
Stevens is the one with the reach advantage, 71½″ to GGG’s 70”
Anyone who seriously believes GGG couldn’t fight at 154 either has an agenda or is just plain stupid. He has a small frame for a middleweight and he doesn’t look gaunt in the face when he weighs 160. Stevens is the one who was gulping down that Gatorade or whatever it was in that container.Posted November 1, 2013 4:49 pm
I didn’t realize GGG was so much bigger than Stevens.Posted November 1, 2013 4:37 pm
Astonishing Bum Queen
“Stevens will shock the world. Stevens TKO 2.”
Hahahahaha and pigs will fly.Posted November 1, 2013 4:35 pm
GGG, has too much experiance not to use his height and reach advantages over Curits. GGG by way of TKO, within 6.Posted November 1, 2013 4:35 pm
It almost time for Stevens to meet greatest fighter in world. He will get knocked out. All Russia know Golovkin best fighter in world. Stevens stand no chance. He just lamb to slaughter and he will be slaughter by Golovkin the Great!
Funny boy Quillin next to the slaughter.Posted November 1, 2013 4:02 pm
Stevens is the bigger man, obviously I’m not talking about height wise. He’s probably going to rehydrate to somewhere between 170 – 175. He’s fought most of his career, amateur and pro, at light heavyweight. He even fought at heavyweight in one tournament. I know he weighed 175 for the Dirrell fight and he’s come in that heavy or even more for many of his others. He looks totally different at the weigh in than he does on the night, much thicker and fuller in the face, whereas GGG doesn’t look badly drained at all. He looks pretty normal.Posted November 1, 2013 4:00 pm
“Quillin is convinced that Stevens is going to KO Golovkin.”
One bum backing another bum. Both Quillin and Stevens are crap.
Watch GGG rip Stevens head off. Fight over in the less than three rounds.
Then Quillin the bum can man up and take on GGG and have his head ripped off too.Posted November 1, 2013 3:53 pm
For the people that say that GGG can make 154, watching him ripped and weighing 160, you wonder what limb he will sever to go down to 154.Posted November 1, 2013 3:44 pm
Quillen is a bum and Stevens is a bum. Two bums. One is protected one is not. Stevens is gonna runPosted November 1, 2013 3:21 pm
flash knock down
Not a lot to say about this fight triple G wins in 6 rounds by knock out. Stevens is not going to do what it will take to win let me put it this way Steven can’t do what it will take to win. Bet the farm on triple G. I am not a fan of triple G but he is better than Stevens.Posted November 1, 2013 2:57 pm
EARL B.K P,STREET
GENNADY GOT TO GO , CURTIS S,TIME IN 5Posted November 1, 2013 2:47 pm
I never seen Curtis fight, but if he lost to
Brazilian Boxing Fan to Anonymous
I agree. Quillin should fight the Golovkin-Stevens winner.Posted November 1, 2013 2:35 pm
Quillin is convinced that Stevens is going to KO Golovkin.
“My man Curt is the hardest punching middleweight in the world. GGG walks right in. 5 rounds tops, Curt will destroy him. Then it’s me and Curt for the titles.”
How about you and GGG if Curt isn’t quite the finisher you make him?Posted November 1, 2013 2:26 pm
Getting inside against Golovkin without being put into a stupor is well beyond Curtis. Look forward to seeing how destructive a fired up Golovkin can be.Posted November 1, 2013 1:51 pm