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Gennady Golovkin; Ducked Fighter or Still in Need of Defining Fights?

Who is Golovkin?

Gennady Gennadyevich Golovkin, or “GGG” to many, is the man whose name is on the lips of many boxing fans right now. His rise to some seems sudden, to others watching closer has been gradual, but to all it brings the question of how high can he go? 2,145 more words


What Does Gennady Golovkin Do Now?

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Gennady Golovkin is his own worst enemy at this point in his career. He just can’t help but make his future difficult. If Golovkin would just maybe wobble in a fight or let a fight go into the later rounds his life would be so much easier. 1,081 more words

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Middleweight: 2014, May 19-25

Colombian gatekeeper Jose Miguel Torres was scheduled to fight Jhonatan Ricar over the weekend, but that fight fell through.  No action to report, and no changes. 1,047 more words

Middleweight: 2014, May 12-18

Saturday in Niort, France, gatekeeper Karim Achour defended his French national title with a comfortable 10-round decision over mid-level journeyman Davy Armand.  I can’t find video, but Achour won by margins of 5, 6, and 6.   1,063 more words

Middleweight: 2014, May 5-11

No significant combat to report from last week.
Dan’s Top 20 (Weeks in Current Position-Weeks in Top 10 if applicable-Weeks in Top 20)
Champ: Sergio Martinez… 1,052 more words

Middleweight: 2014, Apr 28- May 4

Unbeaten Russian Arif Magomedov got an excellent win in Moscow on Friday against another theretofore reasonably impressive young undefeated prospect in Alex Theran of Colombia.  I couldn’t find a video, but Magomedov dropped Theran in rounds one and three, and the Colombian wanted no more from that point, quitting on his stool after that round.   1,007 more words

Middleweight: 2014, Apr 21-27

#7 Hassan N’Dam was in action this week, but it turned out to be a super middleweight fight, and so I’ve discussed it there as fully as possible. 1,748 more words