So why wouldn’t Canelo fight GGG??? Why aren’t Canelo Cheer leaders like little fat tumbo demanding Canelo fight GGG and prove he’s a great fighter?? Nope, they’re ok with Canelo fighting shot broken old smaller Clottey.. LOL what fkn idiotas..Posted July 31, 2014 3:06 pm
Canelos fans want small Cotto fight fight GGG while they hide 172+lb Canelo in some Tijuana Cantina Back room curled up crying.. LOLPosted July 31, 2014 2:59 pm
te tumbo-“but why not SRMINIMO?” Then you’re only out for Rican blood. I do agree, Cotto is undersized for both Canelo and Golovkin. I think the fight with Canelo will happen, but I think Canelo will prove much bigger than Maravilla once they’re in there. And the fight with Lara (although I personally think Lara won the fight) proved Canelo is finally coming to terms with what he needs to be in the ring: a come forward monster. That’s bad news for Cotto, because I think Cotto can hang with Canelo if the fight takes place in the middle of the ring, but he’s in trouble if Canelo walks him down.Posted July 31, 2014 2:51 pm
I think Canelo would break down Cotto just like Margarito did in their first fight.Posted July 31, 2014 9:53 am
Golovkin is Da Man in the Middleweights. He got them all running…Posted July 30, 2014 3:12 pm
“BTW dude, you can’t say Cotto is undersized and shopworn for Golovkin yet just perfect for Canelo?”(?) but why not SRMINIMO? those are also the reasons i think that Cotto IS just perfect for Canelo. i never considered Cotto to be significant risk or challenge for Canelo beyond his prominent scalp. IMO, that’s all he’s got to offer. otherwise, the only factor that makes this matchup marketable is the lingering skepticism that many fans and some “experts” have about Canelo’s dominance. i don’t and a breakaway demolition of Cotto would do for Canelo what his dominance of Trout already did in the minds of true fight-fans: HE is the Man at 154lbs NOT Trout, Lara, Kirkland, and definitely not Cotto.Posted July 30, 2014 2:27 pm
Pit bull: come on. Give us kiss before you bend over. Wannabe.Posted July 30, 2014 10:29 am
@tinker bell f”””” faggots namePosted July 30, 2014 8:33 am
Pit bull: ppv does not relate to how good a boxer is. Plenty of goodies who don’t pull ppv. You sound like a banker. Lol.Posted July 30, 2014 7:38 am
Until gg can pull ppv # like cotto, Alvarez he will always be a b level fighter. Real boxing fans see gig is a hype jobPosted July 30, 2014 6:36 am
There’s no way in hell Alvarez or Cotto would face GGG. Quillin will have to sooner than later. He is running out of excuses to me.Posted July 30, 2014 6:12 am
I’m a g man fan. I’d like to see him take on heavier hitters to see how he reacts to power. That’s my question mark on him. Alvarez would be fun to watch. Cotto – Naah he’d be overpowered. Now that Martinez is fighting on I’d like to see that match up too, hoping Martinez can get very fit is the caveat though. There is no way G man and floyd will fight. MW is too small and as very good as he is, it’s a stretch due to body size.Posted July 30, 2014 5:20 am
Society against Bra’s
Waaaah waaah…..man look at all the frosty afro’s getting all wookied out of shape because some borat-honkey is getting some love from the fans.Posted July 30, 2014 3:15 am
Floyd is 146 barely making welterweight you morons.Posted July 30, 2014 12:22 am
Canelo was knocked from SHARK to TADPOLE by Lara. Tell GGG to chase Ward or Lara…..tick tock tick tock tick tock………….That’s what I THOUGHT. Won’t happen.Posted July 29, 2014 10:27 pm
The Mad Scientist
Unfortunately for some of you cheerleading fanboys your guy has to score an official WIN inside the ring for legitimacy ..Posted July 29, 2014 10:15 pm
It seems that team GGG is getting a little taste of their own medicine. They wont fight Ward, but want is willing to bend over backwards for everyone else. Fight and beat Ward and now they working with something.
GGG has a good crowd but not big enough to do a ppv. The ratings werent that good for thr geale fight because no one knew Geale. Just like Canelo wants to fight on those Mexican holidays. The choice of opponent is very importantPosted July 29, 2014 10:06 pm
“Boxtra I saw earlier today you still live at home in the basement with your momma right? A grown man, still living with his mummy. LOL … Boxtra, you’re like the gimp from Pulp Fiction.”-Well then we ALL saw how DUMB you were earlier today. Blind TOO. You might need to go enroll in some SEEING courses. Right now you don’t SEE TOO WELL.Posted July 29, 2014 9:41 pm
“In contrast, Ward has very few options and he knows it.”-YES the whole WORLD knows it. He’s become the 2nd BEST Boxer in the Sport at a very YOUNG age. Thats why everyone is SCATTERING away until he gets REALLY REALLY rusty. Because when he’s SHARP there’s no shot at beating him. His Jab vs. Rodriguez was the BEST display since PRIME Holmes. Took on a BIGGER Undefeated Fighter and Jabbed him into a mental KO. That’s called MASTERY.Posted July 29, 2014 9:39 pm
“Boxtradamus how many times do you need to hear it you retard? Golovkin is staying at 160 so he can clean up that division. He has plenty of options.”-He only SAID that because Chavez Jr. wouldn’t take it at 168. Golovkin was ON BOARD to take Chavez Jr. at 168 but not Ward. Ward makes the man concentrate on 160. That speaks VOLUMES. When all you have to DO is change one name out and put another name IN at the SAME weight and the opposite guy changes his TUNE that’s called being plain SCARED……Why else would you completely change your TUNE when you’re facing the guy at the SAME weight that you were going to face the OTHER guy?????
Golovkin respects the GOLD Medalist from the Olympics and current 168lb KING Andre Ward.Posted July 29, 2014 9:36 pm
Based on how daniel gale…fought kind of a similar way than sergio martinez and was able to land some shots at golovkin…but I got to mention that sergio .its 100 times better than daniel…,I think the martinez that fought chavez jr would have taken GGG to school and possible stop him in the later rounds ….Martinez its an Elite figher ppl he just had a bad nite against cotto and if he can recover from his knees injuries…he migh put a beating on golovkin before he retiresPosted July 29, 2014 9:00 pm
te tumbo- Agree with everything you’re saying. Canelo has chosen the path of most resistance even though he really could have coasted for a couple more years and still had a huge fan base. GGG, who NEEDS breakout performances the likes of which made Pacquiao a star, seems ready to coast along until he hits some kind of pay dirt. And I don’t buy the argument that everybody wants to fight Canelo but no one wants to fight GGG, because Lara called both out, but it was Canelo who stepped up. BTW dude, you can’t say Cotto is undersized and shopworn for Golovking yet just perfect for Canelo. It just brings down the rest of your argument.Posted July 29, 2014 8:33 pm
The Mad Scientist
Canelo vs 3g on Sept 2015Posted July 29, 2014 5:23 pm
The Mad Scientist
I heard 3g is looking to fight on the west coast (Vegas, Los Angeles)Posted July 29, 2014 5:18 pm
i would LOVE for Golovkin to issue a former challenge to Canelo (or Ramirez) they way he has for Cotto but it’s obvious that he continues to be handled very carefully with an aversion to risk and Canelo (or Ramirez) would definitely test if not exceed the very limits of Golovkin’s ability.Posted July 29, 2014 4:53 pm
Canelo will KTFO of GGG between 154lbs and 160lbs. in fact, Canelo would be the strongest middle Golovkin’s ever faced at 160lbs. instead, Golovkin is trying to steal Canelo’s ripe and juicy cherry by targeting Cotto(?!?) who Canelo has been challenging for over a year now. i’ve decided that “Zurdo” Ramirez is the test that Golovkin needs and will prove whether he’s any better than any other promising contender. IMO, the risk involved with facing either Canelo or Ramirez exceed’s Team GGG’s risk-threshold, which is why he’s targeting Cotto instead . . . for Less money.Posted July 29, 2014 4:45 pm
Butt hurt ni@@ers galore in all things GGG. Too bad, ni@@ers…Posted July 29, 2014 3:23 pm
Why are Canelos Fans so terrified of him fighting GGG at 154lbs???Posted July 29, 2014 2:47 pm
I think he could beat both Ward and Froch. At least Froch. But I’m not sure. He just hunts down and destroys his opponents so easily that it’s difficult to say whether he’s that good and his punches so powerful, or if the opponents really suck as some people here are suggesting.Posted July 29, 2014 2:27 pm
KOornerman I agree that Ward would face him and beat him but with him having contractual disputes he won’t be fighting for a while and I can honestly see K2 steering GGG well away from that fight until a few years down the line. Froch vs GGG would be a mega fight in the UK and a genuine 50/50 fight.Posted July 29, 2014 1:49 pm
SREDMONT……loves to lick fraudwheater s ball’$…he is floyds lil hoe..when justin bieber its not availablePosted July 29, 2014 1:04 pm
HAS THIS GUY TAKEN A BLOOD TEST BOXING FULL OF HGH CRIMINALS RENCENTLY A ARTICLE SAYED HGH AMONG TENNS HAS MORE THAN DOUBLE IN ONE YEAR AND NO ONE CARES HGH AMERICAN CHEATERSPosted July 29, 2014 11:37 am
boxing today is like American Idol. all HYPE no class.Posted July 29, 2014 11:20 am
See you call me racist but can’t explain why I am racist.Posted July 29, 2014 11:07 am
All the focus on “GGG being so avoided” is growing tired.. I know it excites the senses of some who use this as a proxy for beating guys in the ring… Golovkin will get his chances if he keeps winning and is willing to perhaps move out of his comfort zone… When Mayweather who was the Universal BEST fighter of the sport wanted to go to the next level he moved up to 154 and fought Oscar while giving in to his demands… When Pac Man wanted to go to the next level he jumped 2 weight classes and fought Oscar to make it happen… When Hopkins wanted the BIGGEST payday of his career he dropped to 157 and he faced Oscar…. Golovkin can stay at 160 and discuss no one stepping up but he might have to be the guy that steps up and chases more lucrative opportunities he is NOT 24 like Canelo… Cotto is a 4 weight Champion and he is in the BEST position he has been in for YEARS as it pertains to a BIG payday against a name fighter… The logical choice is Canelo, there is NOT a chance in the World GGG brings in that kind of money at this point… Canelo and Cotto have BOTH been on PPV more than once… GGG will just have to wait his turn in the interim…Posted July 29, 2014 10:47 am
“Zurdo” Ramirez is a viable opponent that would also enable Golovkin to retain his “A-side” status but of course,
Neither one of them are champions. They are just titlest. Cotto is the Champion at 160Posted July 29, 2014 10:20 am
Brazilian Boxing Fan
“Golovkin for his WBO middleweight title”
Gennady Golovkin is the WBA/IBO World Middleweight Champion. Peter Quillin is the WBO World Middleweight Champion.Posted July 29, 2014 10:04 am
NO way does JCC Jr. want any parts of GGG. He was slated to sign a few months ago and then went into some dispute with Arum, all the while talking about Carl Froch. So it seems he only has a contract dispute if GGG was the other person on the dotted line. This kid’s gonna mess up his fathers legacy, I think.
I doubt Canelo would take this fight. It’s a style that’s very different from Lara, and Canelo would do well, the only issue is could he withstand GGG’s power? Don’t know if ODH would risk it.
Same goes for Cotto… would Arum risk Cotto’s rise to the top by taking on GGG.
Quillin is the easiest target, and he’s got a belt. GGG vs Quillin. Eh, it could work, maybe at the Barclays, with a decent undercard.Posted July 29, 2014 9:57 am
Just for once, leave Mayweather out of the posts. The article is about GGG, not Mayweather.Posted July 29, 2014 9:40 am
I agree with the writer in that the three mentioned as opponents will not happen. But if anyone does step up out of those three, it will be Cotto. It’s very easy to look good when facing opponents at catch-weights such as Alvarez does, or fight guys that are on the down-side of their careers. GGG will easily beat any of three mentioned in the article and everyone (including their respective teams) knows it. That’s the problem for being too good in a division. Look up what Joe Frazier told Marvin Hagler when Hagler was middleweight champ.Posted July 29, 2014 9:39 am
Anyone who tries to sell Golovkin as a natural Mayweather opponent is just a CHUMP… Mayweather physically topped out YEARS ago… Lets see Golovkin accomplish 1/3 of what Floyd has… Call me when GGG is Lineal Champ at 175 after beating Adonis Stevenson or another top 175 pounder… Trying to get Mayweather in the ring with MORE guys who have massive physical advantages over him at this age is pretty pathetic and a testament to the frustration and defiance he has shown his detractors over the years… The loss they CRAVE has NEVER come so they have NO issue seeing him fight guys that will be LHW’s fight night when he will be no more than 150 maximum…Golovkin could fight 150 Daniel Geales and Curtis Stevens he will NEVER be on Mayweathers level… GGG will have to fight his way to the TOP, Floyd did not take over boxing till he was a pro for 10 years and he did it fight by fight division by division… People act like he came into the sport like Leonard or Oscar with a Gold Medal and the everyone in love with him…. He forced the publics hand by showing INDOMITABLE WILL, SKILL, COMMITTMENT and EXECUTION for close to 20 years…. These newbies gotta wait their turn…Posted July 29, 2014 9:25 am
Floyd does NOT have to go up to 160 pounds that’s ridiculous… The Roy Jones comparison falls Flat because Mayweather has titles in MORE weight classes than Roy and was Lineal Champ in 4 of the 5 he was in… Raising the bar for a soon to be 38 year old fighter is WEAK… Mayweather could retire today and he is an ATG hands down one of the BEST to ever do it….Started at 130 and his outboxing kids 13 years his junior at JMW 18 years later…Posted July 29, 2014 9:17 am
GGG should just fight Ward or STFU.Posted July 29, 2014 6:25 am
The author hasn’t researched his facts very well. Golovkin doesn’t hold the WBO middleweight title.
Whilst Golovkin’s team insist that they would be willing to fight anyone from 154 to 175 lbs, his own promoter Tom Loeffler says that Gennady is going to want an a “big chunk of money” to move up to super-middleweight to face Andre Ward and the money is just not there.
So Tom Loeffler is willing for Golovkin to “be the B-side against the top guys” in order to make the big fights happen, but they’re just not willing to do this for Andre Ward? Talk is cheap!
Did the author not bother to research this?Posted July 29, 2014 5:28 am
Ward would smother his azz and not give him the room to throw and rough him up on the inside like the Kessler and Froch fight, not pretty to watch at all but deadly effective.Posted July 29, 2014 5:06 am
If Floyd wanted to test his greatness like Jones jr did going up to heavyweight because NO_ONE at his weight could challenge him(like the Floyd situation) then he should win a belt at @160 and shut us all up, rematch with Cotto @160Posted July 29, 2014 4:47 am
GGG should fight his way up the WBC rankings until he’s mandatory and put Cotto in a fight me or vacate situation, no top guy wants the shame of vacating to another top guy.Posted July 29, 2014 4:44 am
Grant I agree with all you said there apart from the last bit, I think there would be a few Super Middles that would fight him and win, Ward for one.Posted July 29, 2014 4:40 am
The “other” Champions want NO part of GGG, that’s what sucka about boxing, these “other Champions” simply wouldn’t be Champions if there was only one belt.Posted July 29, 2014 4:38 am
Golovkin hard to match up as other fighters will only go near him if it is worth it financially. Curtis Stevens stock rose after putting up a gutsy display against GGG but was soundly beaten. Quillan won’t be fighting him soon as he fights on Showtime for Golden Boy and Cotto is one of the big names of the sport and will go where the biggest money is as he only has a few more fights left. I can see Cotto fighting Alvarez next at 155 pounds probably announcing it as a fight for the middleweight championship of the world at 5 pounds below the weight but that’s another topic all together. Quillan is scheduled to fight Andy Lee which I expect him to win by ko. In my honest opinion I can see Golovkin fighting Soliman next in a unification fight as Soliman ain’t no spring chicken and will try and cash in on his world title. GGG will knock him out as well but his stock will rise once again with 2 title bels around his waist. You can say move up in weight and get the bigger fights but nobody wants to fight him at middleweight or even light middle and super middle so his options are quite limited.Posted July 29, 2014 4:00 am
Bo Bo Olson
A Strum fight in Germany would fill the Hamburg Arena of 17,000. It would be a good fight. Strum gets KO’ed. 8 or 9.
Mayweather and Cotto are small compared to Golovkin, but Mayweather is the master of defense. You can’t break him.Posted July 29, 2014 3:53 am
Floyd is way too small for GGG he is not crazy enough to venture that far up in weight no he is best at 147. No way he fights at 160 he is not stupid Floyd has trouble even making 154, I guess he should fight Klitscko as well lol…Posted July 29, 2014 3:23 am
Someone still using loomis name, its a golovkin lover of some sorts or someone who took as an ass whooping in a debate with loomis hahahahahaha hehehehehehehehePosted July 29, 2014 3:21 am
Loomis you know sht, GGG is 160 Floyd is 147 besides the fact Floyd cannot even make 154 ggg hasnt fought one good fighter yet. He is slow and has KO power wow big deal. He will get his ass handed to him Geale was a bum always has beenPosted July 29, 2014 3:20 am
Floyd couldn’t beat GGG if he had his left behind his back. Floyd couldn’t knock out guerreo maidana and couldn’t even hurt maidana so stopping GGG is a far cry. NEWS FLASH GET OFF THE CRACKPosted July 29, 2014 3:14 am
Mark my Words, Floyd will go undefeated and all that there will be left is the excuses.Posted July 29, 2014 2:40 am
Floyd will beat anyone from 154 down.Posted July 29, 2014 2:39 am
Make GGG make weight the same day of the fight, and you will see how one dimensional Floyd will make him look.Posted July 29, 2014 2:38 am
Floyd will Knock this BUM out at 154.Posted July 29, 2014 2:37 am
Golovkin doesn’t need to fight Soliman.. That’s a one-round job.. a waste of time… He needs to fight Quillin and Cotto, then move on to Ward late 2015 or early ’16.
He just wants the appropriate fights and Soliman isn’t one of them. He’s just not a good fighter.Posted July 29, 2014 2:34 am
Enough your a c level poster. GGG just best a guy that went to Germany and won twice. No middle comes near him. Hail the new king. And slow you idiot would punch holes through floyds speed at 154.Posted July 29, 2014 2:10 am
The oracle of Delphi
GGG is good, very good. Time will tell how good he really is. He knocks people out, I believe he is great and will beat everybody in the middleweight division and Canelo/Cotto too.
Golovkin wants Cotto next, he would knock Cotto out, but first he will fight Soliman for a unification fight, winning another title will give him more power for a big fight., Golovkin wants Cotto now, but Cotto is afraid, very afraid. Golovkin also said that he would come all the way down to 154 and fight Void, but Void is a damned coward and will not fight him, nor will he fight Pac.
Geales’ manager: Golovkin is one of the best middleweights of all time!!!Posted July 29, 2014 1:53 am
GGG is slow as sht and Geale is a bum he had already beat once again its easy to look good agaisnt c-level fighters. People who dont know crap about boxing. GGG has no skills just KO power he can be outboxed and schooled easy and if he ever steps in with a real fighter he will be exposed hunting and plotting is the same thing a mobile fighter with a good jab will give him the blues. Geale is a bum always has been…Posted July 29, 2014 1:36 am
Got to fight a top guy first but not everyone is like Canelo,Lara,even Paulie malinaggi, guys that fight anyone no matter what, golovkin vs my man andre ward would be ideal but he’ll beat 2 gennadys in the same night, to me ggg and wilder are on similar boats as soon as one fights someone that’s not scared shaking to begin the fight their going to have big problemsPosted July 28, 2014 11:02 pm
GGG hits hard but it takes more than that, he is slow and a plotter he likes to get you on the ropes and unload But a more experienced boxer who is mobile will give him all kinds of problems, there is nothing special about GGG other than he has KO power, but he hasnt fought anyone either not the top guys who would test him. The jury is still out on GGGPosted July 28, 2014 10:43 pm
I’m waiting to see which A side will take this fight. This ain’t the 80’s!Posted July 28, 2014 10:07 pm
Folks I found the culprit posting my name…BRZA DA ORIGINATOR, LITTLE BOY POSTING ON A MANS SITE, HAHAHAHAHA.Posted July 28, 2014 9:38 pm
Golovkin looks like he’s going to get locked out again. Soliman is saying “next year” (I’m sceptical as to whether he can hold onto his belt for that long), Cotto is unlikely to look his way, and despite Oscar’s recent media-whoring Quillin will continue to pretend Golovkin doesn’t exist.
I understand Team Golovkin seem to want to unify 160 and that this would be beneficial when negotiating fights later on… but there’s no point hanging around if no other 160lb champion is willing to step in the ring. GGG ain’t young, so he has a limited timespan left in his career… he simply can’t risk being sidelined again.
I reckon he should skip straight to 168. I know he “shouldn’t have to”, but it’s just the nature of the business. If he wants big fights, he’s simply going to have to move to find them.
OK well Ward is waiting for your call.Posted July 28, 2014 8:50 pm
Cotto can’t give him the business. This is why bet on Cotto/Alvarez before golovkin. He knows he’ll be KOed so he will go to the money if he’s got to losePosted July 28, 2014 8:23 pm
BREAKING NEWS, you are the B-side !!!!!!!!!!!!Posted July 28, 2014 7:58 pm
Teflon no need to talk 168 he is going to take all the belts at 160 first. Oscar won’t let canelo fight him. Roach won’t let cotto fight him. He hasn’t beaten anyone great yet cause they won’t get in there with himPosted July 28, 2014 7:58 pm
Golovkin kills the best Martinez then on the same night whoops Chavez jr. Cotto would want to be smart and do the floydPosted July 28, 2014 7:56 pm
I would also say that I am not sure Gennedy Golovkin beats Sergio Martinez.
Today, sure — Martinez is done — Martinez has no knees.
But I am not sure Golovkin beats Martinez from 2010 who beat-up an aging but heavy-handed Kelly Pavlik and then Martinez knocks out Paul Williams.
I don’t know that Golovkin beats “that” Martinez.Posted July 28, 2014 7:26 pm
Good win for Golovkin.
Geale is a good tough smart fighter with good movement and Golovkin looked good knocking him out.
Having said that, I am not sure Golovkin — or the public — is ready for Golovkin vs. Chavez or Golovkin vs. Alvarez or Golovkin vs. Cotto.
In terms of fan interest, Golovkin only drew 9,000 into Madison Square Garden — Golovkin is not yet a major attraction who can fill-up an arena.
In terms of boxing skill, Golovkin is very good — I don’t know if he is a great fighter yet.
Sergio Martinez — the previous undisputed middleweight champion had to work through Pavlik, Williams, Dzinzurik, Barker, and Macklin before the Chavez fight and that fight was a PPV event that I think topped 400,000 buys because it matched a major Mexican name with a proven elite fighter.
Pavlik, Williams, Dzinsurik, Barker, and Macklin is better competition than Proksa, Rosado, Ishida, Macklin, Stevens, and Geale — because I think Proksa, Rosado, Ishida are primarily 154 pound fighters.
So, I would not mind watching Golovkin build up his resume and get some more knockouts. Golovkin vs. Sturm would be fine. Golovkin vs. Solimon is OK. Keep winning. Keep getting big knockouts.Posted July 28, 2014 7:22 pm
Cotto, Canelo or Ward at 168 would give GGG the buisness he is not proven yet.Posted July 28, 2014 7:21 pm
Name one credible good fighter GGG beat??Posted July 28, 2014 7:19 pm
“You just made yourself look really dumb with that statement above.”
Yeah. OK is pretty much an idiot.Posted July 28, 2014 6:46 pm
GGG hasnt fought anyone worth talking about. He is 160 and its not too many good fighters in his class. Ward would beat his ass so would Canelo or Cotto. GGG is unproven its easy to look good beating up cab drivers. GGG hits hard but he is slow a plotter who beats you up on the ropes thought but can easily be out boxed and out worked he hasnt fought anyone worth talking about .Posted July 28, 2014 6:05 pm
How can quillin be the a sidePosted July 28, 2014 5:52 pm
None of them would sign to fight GGG for less than a twenty-five to thirty million dollar payday.Posted July 28, 2014 5:34 pm
makes no difference GGG will destroy all three of them easily.Posted July 28, 2014 5:25 pm
Quillin and al haymon are hiding under the bed.Posted July 28, 2014 5:17 pm
It’s not that he’s willing…he has to be.Posted July 28, 2014 4:48 pm