Canelo was bigger at 172 pounds and Floyd handle him with ease, GGG only weights 165 at fight night from 159 pounds at weight in, so GGG is really a SMALL frame fighter and GGG is willing to come down from 159 to 154 to face Floyd for Floyds 154 WBC belt its plain and simple, the only good thing is that GGG SMART managers wont go for a STUPID 152 pounds catchweight like Canelo STUPID managers did.Posted November 6, 2013 1:10 pm
Ggg is to big to fight floyd fight froch or Martinez no body ever mentions PAC man fighting gggPosted November 5, 2013 11:18 pm
Floyd fought Shell Cotto at the 154 and won and now Floyd has the 154 WBC belt after beating Flatfooted Stamina Plague 172 pounds Canelo so tell Floyd that this time there wont be no cathweight FIASCO because GGG who has smart managers and not stupid like Canelos is willing to come down from 159 to 154 for Floyds 154 WBC belt plain and simple.Posted November 5, 2013 4:01 pm
After Floyd whipped Oscar he contemplated taking the middleweight title from Jermain Taylor.. Taylor looked so hittable, punchable, and vulnerable to about everything Floyd throws — and JT is a hesitant puncher who couldn’t lay a glove on Floyd.. Passing up that chance was a mistake because even Cory Spinks was laying shots on JT in his SD loss. Spinks couldn’t get out alive vs Zab Judah.
Now Martinez is looking old and hittable… Floyd has to be looking at SM seriously. Sergio did say he can make 154 — and for the money, why wouldn’t he fight Floyd to pad his retirement fund?Posted November 5, 2013 12:53 pm
If Mayweather hadn’t decided to dip his feet in the LMW division we wouldn’t be having this conversation about him fighting GGG at 154, that’s 154 and not 160, nobody expects him to take on GGG at 160.
123…you’re wrong…..Floyd is the one with the history of fighting at catchweight for every little thing. There isnt’ one fight floyd cannot fight at a normal weight..half of them have to be at catchweight….ex…DLH….Cotto….Canelo….JMM….etc. etc…..Canelo doesn’t have that history….he gains nothing by wanting to fight someone a less than his normal weight. Floyd gets all the advantages that why he’s a punk.Posted November 4, 2013 4:00 pm
GGG is wasting his time if he thinks any of the current belt holders at 154 will give him an opportunity to strike it rich. He best just head to 168 if he wants a big fight or collect all the belts at 160 and beat Hopkins record. He can campaign at 154 where eventually all belt holders will have to fight him which would be cool to make him force people like Floyd and others to run for the hills.Posted November 4, 2013 3:57 pm
If 2.2 PPV were sold to see an OVERWEIGHT 172 POUNDS FLATFOOTED STAMINA PLAGUE YOUNGSTER who FORGOT he was Mexican on a Mexican Holiday than 3.5 Million will see the 159 GGG who doesn’t have STAMINA PROBLEM and NOT FLATFOOTED and has MEGA PUNCHING POWER even with the GIRLY grant gloves.Posted November 4, 2013 3:21 pm
Canelo ask for the 152 catchweight and not Floyd, Floyd team said they were willing to fight Canelo at 154 for the 154 WBC belt REMEMBER its on TV and on all the Sports media starting with the Showtime special, so now GGG is willing to come down from 159 to 154 for Floyds 154 WBC belt its plain and simple and makes a lot of sense and MONEY….GGG The African-American ASSASSIN.Posted November 4, 2013 2:14 pm
GGG vs Quillin, Murray, Martinez first before mvoing up or down a Division. Money May vs GGG is just dumb floyd is a 140 fighter haha and what about Barker ?Posted November 4, 2013 2:13 pm
How about Ward coming down to 160 to fight GGG, Sredmond and a few others seem to be wishing him to move up to fight Froch and Ward, but aren’t too keen on him going to 154 to fight ” Mouthy ” Stevens wasn’t smaller than Golovkin, once more it’s done on weight not height or anything else.
Jonn E. JaGozza
The fight I’d like to see is GGG against Canelo, forget the Mayweatehr figh , Canelo would bring it to him and it would be a war//// Now, that’s what boxing is all about that fight would be a lighter weight version of the Perez fight that was the under card to Golovkin/Stevens fight… Is Stevens going to continue or retire ??? PEACEPosted November 4, 2013 8:26 am
Floyd won’t fight Tripz G because he can’t come down to 150lbs. Besides Tripz G is too slow-footed, like Alvarez, to catch Floyd.Posted November 4, 2013 12:25 am
P4PPosted November 3, 2013 11:32 pm
This guy hasn’t beat one top ranked fighter yet. Not One and is being given so much props by you clowns. Yet the same idiots on here discredit fighters like Floyd (19 world champs beat), Ward, and Bradley for there resumes. GGG has by fare the weakest resume of any Pop fighter across the divisions.Posted November 3, 2013 11:31 pm
GGG is a good but overrated fighter. He loses easily to Ward, but his promoters are to smart to put him in the ring with him. Canelo, Trout, Cotto, and Quillin are interesting fights. Floyds schools him easy just every other hard hitting slow boxer he’s fought. What good is power if you can’t hit your opponent. Ain’t nobody running from this guy. Same B’S was said about Paul Williams when he was fighting. Please!!!!!!Posted November 3, 2013 11:26 pm
Floyd needs to retire…..and stop taking fans to the cleaners with his cherry picked opponents priced at $70, which is ridiculous. There really are any real threats that pose any real challenge to Floyd at 147 besides Pac, so what’s the point in hanging around and fighting has beens. He has a belt at 154 for which he won at catchweight but if the idea of him facing GGG at 154 were offered….do you really think Floyd would jump at the chance? Highly doubt it unless Floyd can get him under 154, you know, Floyd needs any advantage possible as long as he doesn’t lose his all precious “0″ which he will try and keep at whatever cost…..catchweight…come in over weight….cortisone shots to his ” brittle” hands…you know, whatever. That’s a “p4p” champ these days.Posted November 3, 2013 9:11 pm
GGG should go up to 168 if he cant get anything at 160…..I think he can easily beat Quillin. He needs to clean out the division before he calls out the big fish.Posted November 3, 2013 9:03 pm
@ Boxtradamus: Pacquiao was stomping Marquez’ ASS more in their last bout, than in in any of the previous 3, and was head for a one-sided UD… He only got KO’d because he ALWAYS gives the fans their money’s worth because he comes to a fight, to actually, you know, FIGHT? I wish we could say the same for your wet-dream Floyd. He ONLY comes to rob fans with boring ass points wins or KO by sucker-punch!Posted November 3, 2013 8:37 pm
You guys want Mayweather to fight everyone from 147 to 175. No one is pumping is making any mention of Triple G fighting anyone at his own weight and you you’re cramming for him to got fight a 147 pounder? WTF is wrong you guys? There’s fighters in his division that he needs to prove himself against and he feels unchallenged then there’s Ward so we don’t have to speak on this dumb idea of him draining weight to fight a guy too skilled for him anyway. How about having him face a p4p guy period before asking him to face the best.Posted November 3, 2013 8:32 pm
Of course Floyd won’t fight unless GGG comes down to 150. Which he can’t do.Posted November 3, 2013 8:24 pm
Mayweather fought some boxers 0 times, got to keep that 0.Posted November 3, 2013 7:35 pm
IF Boxers know when they’ll get beat then Pacquiao should have KNOWN not to face Marquez for a 4th time.Posted November 3, 2013 7:32 pm
Marsh Pacman would be humiliated in the ring with Mayweather and his whole camp knows it, he knows it, and you know it. Know way in hell a guy that gets hit with that right and goes to sleep would last with a fighter Mayweather’s caliber. Triple G is a good fighter but saying he’d beat Mayweather shows you simply have no eye for the sweet science. The only way he beats Mayweather is if he comes in 175lbs and Mayweather forgets how to fight.Posted November 3, 2013 7:01 pm
Mayweather would never fight Golovkin, same as he wouldn’t fight Pacquiao, Boxers know when they will get beat.Posted November 3, 2013 6:52 pm
Sergio and Quillin would be a nice step up as well. Ward and Mayweather would scorch him at their weights.Posted November 3, 2013 3:57 pm
You guys are losing your minds and going way too far with this GGG thing. He’s a good fighter but he needs to be in there with the likes of a Canelo, Cotto, Trout, or Froch. So far there has been no B+ level fighters to ever suggest he can compete with a Mayweather who is A1++Posted November 3, 2013 3:56 pm
Like deontay wilder sometimes fighters get exposed after even a win after ggg great performance last night that he’s better off not fighting Canelo, Sergio maybe due to his injuries, and definitely not moving up to fight ward it would be the froch fight all over again!Posted November 3, 2013 3:48 pm
If GGG truly wants to prove himself great, then he should fight Sergio to clean out the MW division. After that, he should move up to SMW and try to clean out the big names there. Floyd struggles to make 154 and in 2014 will be at the age where he’ll likely not be able to move up anymore. Canelo, Cotto, Trout, they can move up to MW if they want to, so a fight with those three makes more sense.Posted November 3, 2013 3:22 pm
Canelo already lost to Floyd so he got nothing to prove but Floyd is the #1 p4p 154 WBC champ and it only make sense and a lot of MONEY that Floyd vs GGG for the 154 WBC belt should be made plain and simple.Posted November 3, 2013 3:06 pm
Canelo would never step up and fight GGG. Canelo would get stopped. GGG is to developed and skilled in all areas. He breaks guys down after finding openings. This kid is the real deal, and he’s only going to continue developing and getting better. He may not look spectacular in anything, but he is good at everything, and he wants to fight. No one beats this kid from 154-168. Trust me. GGG makes you fight, tests you chin stamina and is comfortable everywhere he fights. Canelo won’t come near him, and if he does, he’ll be on his back quickly.Posted November 3, 2013 2:25 pm
Iam going to change my mind about GGG. After researching, why? First his American trainer in non other than Abe Sanchez the former trainer of Terry norris remember what I said? Norris was the perfect style of mix punches and round work rate that could takedown any boxer including Ali?
I agree with SREDMOND, people are quick to jump on the GGG bandwagon, but he’s only fought half decent fighters, I think he should fight Cotto at 154 if he wants to go the mayweather route. Or stay at middleweight and fight QuillinPosted November 3, 2013 1:53 pm
But Floyd MOCKED Canelo Managers as a “Stupid team” because it was them that wanted the catchweight and not Floyd so GGG is willing to come down from 159 to 154 for Floyds 154 WBC belt….its very plain and simple.Posted November 3, 2013 12:44 pm
GGG said he’s often at 156-157 at camp and that he’ll go to 154 to fight Floyd. Fact is Floyd won’t do that. The only reason he fought at 154 straight up is Cotto’s a shell. No way will he fight GGG at any weight. What point is there at fighting at 168 to chase down Ward or Froch when he’s quickly becoming the consensus boss at 160? Martinez is top dog based on his past accomplishments but fact DiBella already admitted he will not let Martinez fight GGG means it’s just a matter of time before his top standing is gone. So GGG should just consolidate the belts at 160 against Quillin if he’s willing, and put all the other 160 lb dudes on blast to raise pressure on them to stop ducking.Posted November 3, 2013 12:37 pm
Showtime has a chance to show HBO on how to sell record breaking PPV back to back years with Floyd vs Canelo in 2013 and Floyd vs GGG in 2014 come on LETS GET IT ON SHOWTIME. I already purchase Showtime and if this fight Floyd vs GGG doesn’t happens in 2014 I’m going back to HBO.Posted November 3, 2013 12:10 pm
Or fight CaneloPosted November 3, 2013 11:43 am
How about he be will himself to move up to 168 and fight WardPosted November 3, 2013 11:42 am
Floyd would be wise to stay away from GGG. There’s less chance of this matchup than Pacquaio.Posted November 3, 2013 11:31 am
Golovkin vs Quillin!Posted November 3, 2013 11:15 am
140 pounds Khan is NOT even 1/2 percent of what GGG is and yet Floyd wants to PICK on him but not GGG.Posted November 3, 2013 11:06 am
GGG is NOT even the “top MW in the world” let alone fighter… The guys got a padded record and does not belong in the Top 10 that’s laughable…Hecdog… If beating Stevens makes him “the top fighter in the sport” then Marquez flastblasting Pacquiao and Mayweather schooling Canelo must make them the GREATEST ever 10x because Stevens was about 1/7 the fighter at MW that either Canelo and PAC were in their respective divisions… The KO artist beating up lames always gets guys over the top as it pertains to actual accomplishments and abilities…GGG is gonna have to fight better comp than this, Donaire achieved his rep by beating World Class foes, as well as current and former Champs… Who but a NUTCASE is gonna consider Golovkin “the best fighter in boxing because he beat Stevens”….? This is ridiculous…Posted November 3, 2013 11:01 am
Floyd looked good against a SOLID 172 pounds Canelo, Floyd should look better against 159 pounds GGG.Posted November 3, 2013 10:56 am
GGG only weight 159 that’s how small he is, Floyd shouldn’t have a problem fighting him for the 154 WBC belt.Posted November 3, 2013 10:52 am
undefeated Floyd vs undefeated GGG for the 154 WBC belt.Posted November 3, 2013 10:46 am
Canelo looked bad against Floyd, forget about Canelo, GGG vs Floyd period.Posted November 3, 2013 10:45 am
GGG vs Floyd for the 154 WBC belt someone 0 gotta go.Posted November 3, 2013 10:44 am
That wasn’t the REAL Te Tumbo, trust me.Posted November 3, 2013 10:42 am
“Gennady Golovkin (27-0, 24 KO’s) will be dominating his over-matched and undersized opponent Curtis Stevens (25-3, 18 KO’s).” – Overmatched no doubt. Undersized? Stevens fought most of his career at 168, GGG has fought all his career at 160. How is that undersized?Posted November 3, 2013 4:04 am
GGG vs Floyd for Floyds 154 WBC belt and it will break the all time PPV record.Posted November 3, 2013 12:25 am
GGG is the top fighter in boxing at this time. He may not look like something special until you get in there with him. He does everything well. Fights inside, boxes, counters and uses the jab. This is a boxer that had over 300 fights and was an Olympic medalist. He’s never been dropped as an amateur or pro. His name has been talked about in all the gyms. Fighters know fighters, and word gets out quickly when there’s someone out there that is special. GGG is that guy, and he’s not afraid to take anyone on. His pro resume may not have big names, but that’s only because there’s really no big names around. Quillin will be tough, Mayweather will be tough and Martinez will be tough, but trust me. GGG beats them all.Posted November 3, 2013 12:08 am
Who has GGG fought to get all thios respect. People are saying that he needs big names why, theer are many fights for him out there that are good names. Austin trout is a very good name for him to fight, lara as well, cotto, kirkland, . You have to stop with all these he needs a big name crap, make the fights, people want to see fights. Has this guy ever fought a good boxer.Posted November 2, 2013 11:29 pm
Dude keeps saying that. Do it!
I think Froch called for it. If he beats Froch, then naturally, there’s Ward.Posted November 2, 2013 10:29 pm
Like I said the better boxer is likely to win, be it slugger or boxer.the better boxer than Martinez win that why he has trouble with some fighter, as it’s about points per fight not ko.that a better boxer will likely avoid.
You might be right big all.Posted November 2, 2013 9:52 pm
Don’t think so experience , boxing experience, he who don’t get hi ko wins that boxing expernice. So if sergio dont ko him .Martinez by points.Posted November 2, 2013 9:51 pm
GGG bring nothing to the table? He’s HBO’s goldenboy right now. Im sure HBO will be paying him more than what Quillen made last week, and if the opponent was a big name HBO would sweeten the pot for sure.Posted November 2, 2013 9:50 pm
Old man Martinez??? He lost to Murray and got away with it. GGG would destroy Sergio.Posted November 2, 2013 9:47 pm
Segio Martinez should take this fight,he could win it’s be good for his career, as he a Better boxer than GGG. And once you get your glove in is face GGG he cant see the ko punch that has been launched and on hits way, bottom line you need to set up a ko. That why a better boxer would make GGG punch the wind all night.Posted November 2, 2013 9:34 pm
But GGG bring nothing to the table, its a money Bussiness, guese who? Mexican,month of may, seko de-mia,Posted November 2, 2013 9:25 pm
Great idea, stick Floyd in the ring with GGG at 154. But of course Floyd won’t do it because he only picks fights he can win, and GGG would knock him out fast. Better for Floyd to pick an easy fight protect his fake unbeaten record. That’s more his style.
Cherry picker, ducker, Fraud Mayweather.Posted November 2, 2013 9:20 pm
“Canelo will KO GGG because he is a true Champion”
Hahahahaha! That’s pretty funny.Posted November 2, 2013 9:14 pm
Sorry marquez is a better boxer thn PAC.Posted November 2, 2013 9:13 pm
You know I was right remember me aqua? Some do. I said a few years ago that manny should take the Martinez fight he offer at 145lb vs Going down to 145 for marquez as manny is a better boxer that Martinez, boxer don’t get hit much, remember how he fought Oskar? In and out move like the wind, give ground when he attack. Win or lose he would win, and better yet Floyd would be afraid to fight him.
even te tumbo would not make such a silly comment ………..Posted November 2, 2013 9:07 pm
Sergio Martinez in the same boat, a good boxer better that hiim with movements will dethrone him.Posted November 2, 2013 9:00 pm
Common glass jaw kan. LOL…….. are you a survivals.Posted November 2, 2013 8:57 pm
Andbody know if Steven can box ? I’m waiting for the first good boxer to stop his run.Posted November 2, 2013 8:54 pm
A good boxer would win over GGG, a slugger no way, you would have to box
Why can’t Ward say the same thing? Pirog avoided GGG, then Geale. Who’s next?Posted November 2, 2013 8:35 pm
Brody, u are a dunce. He was only 150 against canelo. He was no where near 54 against marquez. Maybe 150 at the most.Posted November 2, 2013 8:34 pm
Heard Andre Ward was available triple g. Forget froch. Fight ward then when you lose, you can figh “froch or the struggling to make weight” authur abraham.Posted November 2, 2013 8:28 pm
there are a lot of fights at 160 like Murray or Sturm. If he wins tonight he will have a mandatory.Posted November 2, 2013 8:22 pm
It’s never a good idea to look past your current opponentPosted November 2, 2013 8:15 pm
The Asian Barry Gibb
Edit> loaf of breadPosted November 2, 2013 8:12 pm
The Asian Barry Gibb
I’m a huge King Daddy G fan and I would love to stab that ugly little stumpy loud-mouthed loaf of bead shaped hobbit Stevens in his cawk repeatedly (that’s how highly I think of him). However, make no mistake about it this is a very risky fight for King Daddy G. Definitely probably the highest risk/low reward fight he could’ve taken below 168. Stevens hits EXTREMELY hard, especially with that left hook of his and King Daddy G is going to have to give his power the respect it deserves.
It’s not just Stevens’ power that makes him dangerous, he also has very fast hands and he is also an intelligent counter puncher who knows how to set things up. I’m not basing my assessment of Stevens punching ability of these quick highlight reel 1st round KOs he’s scored at the lower level since he’s moved down to middleweight, it’s the fact that he’s been knocking out big strong light-heavyweights for most of his career. Even with those big gloves on during the amateurs he had a reputation as a huge KO puncher, at light heavyweight.
When HBO put special sensors in his gloves to test his punching power, he hit so hard they they actually thought the machine had malfunctioned. Regardless of how big a favourite King Daddy G is he’s going to have to be very wary of getting caught by that fast left hook of Stevens.. I strongly favour King Daddy G but it’s just downright stupid to completely write off the chances of anyone who hits as hard as Stevens.Posted November 2, 2013 8:10 pm
Floyd has not thought any good fighters who pose a threat to him. If thats the case can someone tell me who the hell GGG has thought to desrve a shot at floyd. Im a GGG fan but lets kee[ it real, floyd has been dominating for 17 years. What has GGG done to deserve this big shot. It just would not maje sense for floyd to take this fight.Posted November 2, 2013 7:21 pm
Stevens isn’t undersized compared to Golovkin. Some folks getting their excuses in early…Posted November 2, 2013 7:13 pm
Their is some truth in this article about Stevens being over-matched and undersized which is a regular circumstance in GGG fights going for the smaller guys. There is a lot of opinion from the writer that other guys at middleweight won’t fight him which is pure speculation as GGG has been challenged and hasn’t stepped up unless the guy has been wasted by a real champ or is a tiny opponent. Then the writer hypocritically starts making excuses for GGG to not fight the Top 2 at 168lbs in Ward and Froch. GGG can’t claim other won’t face him while he is ducking challenges offered to him, and then fighting all these little shot fighters. More fanboy nuthugging for a guy unexposed to any real middleweight challenge because GGG is a hype machine in full swing.Posted November 2, 2013 6:26 pm
flash knock down
This is one of the worse boxing articale I have ever read. NO ONE WANTS TO FIGHT GGG. WOW. Hell everyone wants to fight him I have never seen so many boxers scared to fight each othIf you are not going to let the best fight the best then let us see the guys that are right underneath them so we can cee some great fights. NO ON WANTS TO FIGHT HIM .Posted November 2, 2013 6:18 pm
I’m glad I wasn’t the only person to pick this up, LOL!!
You might want to pick up the win before you map out your future in boxing…goodness gracious.
Stevens may be out of his league tonight, but with power like his, he shouldn’t be viewed as a 19 to 1 underdog. That’s absurd.
He’s explosive and is in this fight for a reason.
I don’t think he’ll win tonight, but he’s definitely someone Gennady has to take more seriously than most pundits are doing. The early rounds are indeed going to be interesting.Posted November 2, 2013 6:05 pm
GGG is getting all this hype do to his skin color. This site is a sister site to stormfront.Posted November 2, 2013 6:05 pm
Golovkin must be very good if they are writing Stevens off completely, usually Stevens would be expected to do ok against any fighter.Posted November 2, 2013 5:56 pm
Did Golovkin’s dad write this? Is Martinez @ 160lbs not a big enough fight? You give the impression that fight has already been won.Posted November 2, 2013 5:49 pm
No one beats Golovkin. Stevens will be tough for 3 rounds, and he will take a serious beating, trust me. GGG is too well rounded and experienced. Stevens has a good punch vs lower level fighters. This fight won’t go the distance. GGG will end matters with body punches and the referee will stop the beating. The muscles and mean mug and big mouth don’t mean a thing when you’re fighting an elite fighter like GGG. See the fight, and you’ll see what I’m talking about.Posted November 2, 2013 5:36 pm
Astonishing Bum Queen
I’ll be amazed if Stevens is still standing after 3 rounds. Golovkin by KO rounds 1 or 2.Posted November 2, 2013 5:21 pm
Don’t be silly, Mayweather doesn’t fight people who can beat him. LOLPosted November 2, 2013 5:19 pm
i assume that sorby won’t be watching the fight as he already knows the outcomePosted November 2, 2013 5:18 pm
He who counts Stevens out before the fight takes place is a fool. GGG may have shown great work up to now but Curtis is not to be overlooked. Watch for a steady gain in Curtis’ output and by round 7 he should be plunking GGG with quick, crispy combinations.Posted November 2, 2013 5:17 pm
Oh that is why Floyd wouldnt reveal his weight when he stepped in against the much tinier looking marquess?Posted November 2, 2013 5:16 pm
Fight Andre Ward you big Hype! You will lose…Trust!Posted November 2, 2013 5:08 pm
Forget about GGG going DOWN in weight to fight anyone because he would rehydrate to his full weight (and then some) after the weigh in the night before. The only way that it would be a fair fight for him is to have the weigh-in on the SAME day as the fight, or for him to forfeit his pay and the fight be canceled if he fails to make weight. I’m sick and tired of guys coming in way over the limit on fight night.
The best idea is for him to fight daddy’s boy Chavez jr. who comes in at 180+ pounds. Let Jr. finally face someone young and strong. GGG could easily fight at 168 and if he were to fight porky Chavez, the weight wouldn’t matter this time (for Chavez). And please, stop bringing up Floyd Mayweathet. He can’t fight everyone!Posted November 2, 2013 4:54 pm
Yeah Punch and you Flomos used that same excuse of not being big enough when Floyd avoided the best at 140 and 147.Posted November 2, 2013 4:47 pm
He’s devastating at 160, if he can make 154, and not be drained, WOW, his punch at junior middleweight would have the force of a wreaking ball.Posted November 2, 2013 4:30 pm
GGG agains Froch would be a good one,Froch has got so big headed just lately it would be good to see genardy test him,don’t believe all that crud that he dosnt fancy Froch its just a way to get Carl and his massive ego in the ring,winner gets ward.Posted November 2, 2013 4:29 pm
Floyd doesn’t have the courage , hahaha that is really hilarious. The same claims were made before the Canelo fight. Floyd isn’t a natural 154 pounder. 147 is his natural weight, besides Floyd’s needs a PPV material and GGG isn’t there yet. GGG needs to unify all the belts at 160 and then fight Ward and if he succeeds he can start calling floyd out. He needs to shut up and fight his way up.Posted November 2, 2013 4:26 pm
“over-matched and undersized opponent Curtis Stevens ”
Mr. Sorby, Curtis Stevens has competed at both the super middleweight and light heavyweight levels for titles. He is hardly “undersized” for a fight with Golovkin.Posted November 2, 2013 4:26 pm
GGG is not real young,and if he wants some of those outrageous paydays he will have to go up or down.But I agree his real fights are at supermiddle with guys like Ward and Froch.Ofcourse Froch in the UK would be where the money is,Ward as good as he is dosent sell well.Mayweather a great money fight but I dont see Mayweather moving in that direction.There are some very good money fights for GGG but time moves quickly…Posted November 2, 2013 4:19 pm
floyd mayweather would never fight Triple GGG at 154 he don’t have the courage for that kind of challange and mayweather calls himself champion at 154Posted November 2, 2013 4:06 pm
I meant “want” lolPosted November 2, 2013 4:00 pm
Skillwise GGG can only hold Floyd’s spit bucket. He like othe rbefore him only have a puncher’s chance and that’s it. He will get schooled. Anyway, Ward is a more honorable fight for GGG, ley him chase that fight so he can get his boxing lesson.Posted November 2, 2013 3:59 pm
GGG keeping saying you won’t to fight the best, let your promoters and HBO put their money were their mouth his. After Ward schools Rodriguez, 3G can come get his own at 168 since he’s willing to go up.Posted November 2, 2013 3:56 pm
Oh yeah good luck tonight magoPosted November 2, 2013 3:34 pm
154?? Would mayweather be interested in that? I’m guessing no unless GGG goes down even more weight as he is a genuine guy who could knock out money and would be to risky for him. I hope he comes down so mayweather has no where to hidePosted November 2, 2013 3:34 pm
‘World champions’ refusing to fight the man who is undoubtedly ‘the man’. Who the fck is in charge here….?Posted November 2, 2013 3:26 pm
Martin Murray will bee his mandatory and Murray was robbed against Martinez. He should honour that mandatory. Show he has more honour than Sturm.Posted November 2, 2013 3:23 pm
if Triple GGG fights alvarez it should be at 160 for alvarez safetyPosted November 2, 2013 3:05 pm