Comment by on [QUOTE=Boxing Smarts24;14196901]I agree he was doing that 54-68 thing to cover his tracks to get a fight with Floyd.But Ward was on the other side of that scale and you notice how NONE of the GGG fans want that fight…Comment by on Gennady is the real deal and has his head on straight.
I still think a fight with Mayweather or Ward are 50-50 fights Post a Comment - View More User Comments (175) Elorde Grandsons Secure Opponents For September 24 Card Golovkin's Manager: GGG Being Sick Was Just Stupid Talk Liam Smith is Open To Taking a Kell Brook Showdown Golovkin's Manager Confident Daniel Jacobs Deal Will Get Finalized Video: Sergey Kovalev Two-Part Media Interview Golovkin's Manager: Canelo, De La Hoya Have a Team Code To Lie!Video: Bermane Stiverne Discusses Alexander Povetkin Bout Monroe Deserves Fight With Canelo, Both Men’s Promoters Say Liam Smith: Loss to Canelo Will Make Me a Better Fighter Video: Bernard Hopkins on Canelo vs.Golovkin, KO of Smith Tommy Langford To Remain On October 22 Card in 'Big Fight' Firat Arslan, Odlanier Solis, Manuel Charr, Karo Murat Get Wins Canelo vs.Monte Carlo - In front of a packed house of cheering boxing fans in Monte Carlo and millions watching around the world on Saturday night, WBA/IBO Middleweight World Champion Gennady “GGG” Golovkin stormed to a seventh round stoppage of Ghana’s Osumanu Adama at the Salles des Etoiles.The knockout, Golovkin’s sixteenth in a row and tenth world title defense improved Golovkin’s record to 29-0 (26KO’s) and boosted his knockout ratio to 89.66, the highest among the active world champions and the highest in the history of boxing’s glamour division. Utilizing his full arsenal of power shots from each hand and a bazooka like left jab, Golovkin controlled the action from the outset, drilling the Chicago resident to the canvas at the end of the first round.
Dropping the valiant Adama again in the sixth and seventh, referee Luis Pabon called a halt to the action at the mark of the seventh stanza.
“I feel terrific, I’m very happy with my performance.
From the opening round I was confortable with the fight and felt good about my power and the pace of the fight” said Golovkin.
“He was a tough opponent but I was never hurt during the fight.” Asked in the ring by TV commentator Brian Mitchell about future bouts, Golovkin stated, “I want to fight Sergio Martinez to prove who’s the best middleweight.” Stated Tom Loeffler of K2 Promotions, “We’re very thankful to the Royal Family and Golden Gloves along with SBM Monte Carlo for their help in putting on this sensational event.” “Gennady performed in the manner that we believe he’s the best middleweight in the world.
Adama was a very tough opponent but Gennady was truly on his game tonight.” In regards to what’s ahead for Golovkin, Loeffler stated “Right now we have offers out to three HBO approved fighters for April 26th at Madison Square Garden and we look forward to returning to New York City with Gennady.” “We’d also like to thank the countries who purchased this fight giving Gennady’s millions of fans around the world the opportunity to see his performance.” on [QUOTE=Fetta;14408112]That bold section shouldnt stop GGG from being called a DUCK! [/QUOTE] :lol1: Well..- Hard to argue that one...there's a good number of quackophiles on NSB; apparently fighters just haveta mention one anothers…
Comment by on [QUOTE=Koba-Grozny;14408054]Actually lots of GGG fans (also boxing fans) want the Ward fight to happen, but also, sensibly figure it'd be a good idea for GGG to gain some SMW experience first, and also to build his profile by becoming as…