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Idiot Ernie/Paragon

Paragon.. Your only amusement is jerking off to photos of Justin Beiber

Posted November 10, 2013 11:50 pm 




TARK’s funny. FUuny like a clown. Like he is here to amuse us.

Posted November 8, 2013 8:25 pm 


tark, i said prime and De la Hoya was not at all prime when he met floyd

Posted November 8, 2013 7:07 am 


Leonard was way past it when he faced Norris. Cotto is recovering quite nicely with the help of Freddie Roach but Mayeather should have fought Cotto years ago.

Posted November 8, 2013 7:06 am 


How about De La Hoya???

Terry Norris didn’t actually qualify to fight De La Hoya because some green kid named Mullins—who had like 16 fights–knocked Terrible Terry out.. WHOOOA!!!!! That’s the very China-Chin who mopped the floor with Leonard.

How about Miguel Cotto???

Cotto is a ligitimate 3-division world champion who may soon be challenging Sergio Martinez for a 4th division title.. No China-Chin like Terry Norris ever whipped Cotto.. No “no mas” lightweight ever beat his ass either. Can’t say that about Leonard.

Posted November 8, 2013 2:37 am 


tark, the Hearns stoppage by Leonard was very controversial. Hagler KOed Hearns but their fight still represents some of the best rounds in history. Floyd dont have one opponant on his resume that even comes close to a prime Leonard or Hagler

Posted November 8, 2013 1:53 am 


tark, Floyd called out Taylor, Winky, Martinez, etc.. but then ran off with his tail between his legs as soon as they called his big public bluff

Posted November 8, 2013 1:36 am 


Hearns was stopped by a Welterweight… And by 2 middleweigts while he was in his 20’s

Leonard was beaten by 2 lightweights.. and by a Super Welterweight.. They beat the living crap out of him.. especially Norris.

Floyd??? Nobody has stopped him, beaten him, or did anything to him.

Posted November 7, 2013 11:49 pm 


@TARK…”At welterweight Floyd easily outboxes Hearns or Leonard.. Both of them were very easy to find with right hand punches”…………………..

Hmmm, and pray do tell if they were such easy targets how many WW’s slammed them with these right hands and stopped them?

Posted November 7, 2013 11:01 pm 

Yellow Chump

Who let this raving lunatic out of the asylum?? I haven’t laughed so hard since the heyday of Cannon & Ball.

”Esteban De Jesus inept”?

”Duran is a walk in the park for Floyd”

”At welterweight Floyd easily outboxes Hearns or Leonard”

”If Hagler fought like he did vs Duran and Geraldo — Floyd boxes him to death”

”Floyd boxes him to death … All those are very winnable fights for little bitty Floyd”

LMFAO!! Comedy gold.

Aren’t you the prize tit who said Floyd was way better than Sugar Ray Robinson too?

The scary thing is I actually think you believe what you’re saying.

Nurse? Nurse?! I’m afraid Mr. TARK is refusing to take his medication again.

Floyd runs from C graders like Margarito, Williams, and Cotto, he wouldn’t even utter the names of Hager, Duran, Leonard or Hearns out loud, never mind actually fight or beat one of them. And if he was actually stupid enough to lace he gloves up and get in there with them, he’d wind up getting carried out on a stretcher each and every time.

He’s a cherry-picking coward by nature, taking big risks goes against everything he stands for. Tell me one great fighter that fraud has even fought that was in their prime during his ”16 years at the top”?

Posted November 7, 2013 9:03 pm 


Yellow Chump says.., “Floyd would drop dead on the spot from a massive cardiac arrest if someone told him he had to fight Marvin Hagler, Sugar Ray Leonard, or Tommy Hearns.”

You’re forgetting that Floyd fought MOST of his career fights at 130… NONE of those guys ever fought a single title fight at 130… Instead of getting beaten by each of those guys, like Duran did, Floyd is more calculating..

Floyd probably would have easily beaten Jermain Taylor but he passed up the chance — on advice from his father and uncle. The man is 6’1″ tall. But I don’t think that should matter because Cory Spinks tagged up Taylor in his SD loss to him… Zab Judah knocked Cory Spinks out..

Duran is a walk in the park for Floyd. Inept DeJesus beat Duran for kri sake.. Kirkland Laing beat Duran.. At welterweight Floyd easily outboxes Hearns or Leonard.. Both of them were very easy to find with right hand punches and Floyd has one of the slickest right leads and counters in the business. Slow punching Iran Barkley parked Hearns 3 times with right hands, and knocked him out as well.

If Hagler fought like he did vs Duran and Geraldo — Floyd boxes him to death … All those are very winnable fights for little bitty Floyd.

Posted November 7, 2013 6:56 pm 

Yellow Chump

Duran quit? lmfao. Stupid Flomos repeating the same crap all the time.

Duran actually fought and beat truly great fighters who who were in their prime. He took the kind of risks that Floyd would never even dream of contemplating.

Floyd would drop dead on the spot from a massive cardiac arrest if someone told him he had to fight Marvin Hagler, Sugar Ray Leonard, or Tommy Hearns.

He loses his urge when the likes of prime Cotto, Mosley, Williams and Margarito were on the scene, mentioning his name in the same breath as Duran’s should be punishable by death.

Floyd didn’t ever get to the stage of quitting against a great fighter because he quit at stage one: The concept of fighting great fighters in their prime.

He set the bar to the lowest setting but expects everyone to pat him on the back for setting it at the highest. He’s a cherry-picking fraud. Always has been, always will be.

This is what Floyd does — He’s the white guy and the members of the tribe represent the legends of the sport like Duran.

Posted November 7, 2013 6:18 pm 


Golovkin-Stevens also got more views than the highly hyped Ward-Dawson fight… So the idea Golovkin doesn’t have a huge and growing fan base is ludicrous. He’s a Kazakhstanian who barely speaks English so his personality isn’t drawing those American viewers.

It’s his reputation for having the most devastating firepower in the sport — and for having close to the technical skills of a Rigondeaux or Lomachenko because of his unbelievable amateur background.

Posted November 7, 2013 4:19 pm 


Sredmone, the fact that GGG vs Stevens got as many views as Cotto vs Rodriguez and Chavez vs Vera proves that GGG’s fan base is a lot huger than you put on

Posted November 7, 2013 3:59 pm 


In my thinking, Floyd is NOT going to fight GGG… It would break all existing PPV and gate records if the fight took place—but we’re not going to see it.

The only scenario I see of this fight having a remote possibility of happening is if Floyd decides to go after a 6th Division title and beats an aging and vulnerable Sergio Martinez. Floyd took a long look at Jermain Taylor when JT was 160-pound champ. Jermain is so hittable. That was an excellent chance for Floyd to grab a 6th Division title. Floyd is a clever opportunist, and Sergio looks almost as beatable as Jermain at this point in time.

If Floyd DID beat Martinez for the 160-pound title there would be one HELL of a clamor for Mayweather-Golovkin. If a European billionaire promoter put up some ridiculously insane amount of money—say 300MM—Floyd would have to think seriously about the taking the fight.

Crazier things have happened… After all—anything CAN happen.

Posted November 7, 2013 2:23 pm 

B Red


Posted November 7, 2013 2:11 pm 

BEARS(sredmonds a bot)

bred- your an sred alt. lol

Posted November 7, 2013 2:10 pm 

B Red

Bears your an idiot. Triple G is not even a contender at 154. GTFOH

Posted November 7, 2013 1:57 pm 

B Red

Sredmond has the beat

Posted November 7, 2013 1:53 pm 

BEARS(sredmonds a bot)

fight views are fight views. fact is 3g did better than rigo vs donaire, broner, and may. one good thing about the way its done in mma is the best fights are FORCED on people. fraud would fight 3g at 154 or be stripped. fraud wouldve faced paul williams, pac, he wouldve fake retired and had a tougher path to only ONE title, fraud wouldve faced martinez and thenonly factor would be can the opponent make weight no bogus concessions. fraud would also not be the cherry picker extrordinaire and would have a contract with the mma body not individual. contracts perfight. fraud would be paid less. it would be better for fans because the fights u want would be forced on floyd and they would be fair with no bunk concessions. i wish there was only one sanctioning body or organization and one title. boxing would be far easier to clean up and we would get the good fights forced on fighters at all ranks

Posted November 7, 2013 1:18 pm 


anyone who pays for ppv must be a retard.

Posted November 7, 2013 1:07 pm 


There are ONLY fighters in boxing that ONLY fight on PPV and those are Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao… It has been YEARS since either man fought on regular HBO or Showtime… Cotto is the 3rd PPV A side over the years and he still has to intermittently box on regular cable (Rodriguez, Trout) Gennady Golovkin has very little chance of being a successful draw in the US there is just NOT a big fanbase available to him and the opponents he is facing offer NO hope of him being sold on premium cable… He’s NOT the only fighter stuck in this position and his to date matchups are simply unworthy of a paying customer being charged…One day GGG might really prove to be the top MW but he
Just lacks the fanbase and marquis bouts needed to be more than an HBO fighter… Broner and Canelo were recently being discussed for PPV (Broner moved back to reg cable for Maidana)…. It would be foolish to charge for a Golovkin fight because it would be a FLOP unless Mayweather, Canelo or Cotto were carrying him…

Posted November 7, 2013 12:55 pm 


if no one can beat mayweather at 36 years of age,what does that say about the rest of them.

Posted November 7, 2013 12:46 pm 


Bears and Co are SUPER impressed with guys watching bouts on FREE cable!! If GGG had charged even $25 for that bout he would have done 75,000 PPV buys if he was LUCKY and most of that would have been a result of Tark, Bears and Tbone telemarketing and getting old people to watch a mismatch between NO NAME boxers… Well Bears Golovkin clearly does NOT need to shed weight and chase Floyd since he’s such a Big star soooooooo when’s his FIRST PPV AND who will it be against??! Why not rematch Stevens since it KILLED at the box office??? LMAO!!!

Posted November 7, 2013 12:41 pm 


Hey everyone Bears has figured out how to beat Mayweather!!!! HAHAHAHAHA why have those 45 trainers never called this PIG from the backwoods of Illionis? Between raising his illegitimate child, and going to community college for the last 10 years he HAS THE GAMEPLAN!!! I never understand why these guys don’t just call the idiot brothers Tark and Bears for the solution…

Posted November 7, 2013 12:37 pm 


HAHAHAHA “More people tuned in to see GGG fight a C level fighter than Mayweather” the FACT that Mayweather charges close to $70 for his fights and GGGs bouts come on BASIC CABLE with HBO for free means there is NO comparison… When is Golovkin gonna be named the 35th highest paid athlete in the world since he’s a massive draw?? I would expect his next bout to do 1.5 million customers paying 69.99 for HD the way Floyd did with Cotto??? Golovkin earns peanuts because that’s what he generates, he is NOT a PPV fighter and most likely NEVER will be unless he’s the B side….Comparing his marketability to Mayweather who’s BASE salary excluding other sources of revenue was 41.5 million is lunacy…Comapaing a NON PPV fighter to a PPV megastar biggest in history is retarded… Typical Bears

Posted November 7, 2013 12:33 pm 

BEARS(sredmonds a bot)

there is some strategies i would like to see employed against floyd. in camp canelo was letting his hands go. he failed to do this against floyd. floyd is always running or using his speed to reposition. you have to get him on the ropes and in the corners and let your hands go, thats obvious. another way to nullify the speed an movement and running is the jab. like cotto used, but wladimir klitschko style. u hit floyd with solid enough jabs he’s off balance and not running and moving. its in that window you have to nail him with an awesome follow up an awesome 1,2 combo like wlads that nuclear bomb strait right follows so close behind his jab its beautiful. and u have to have some power to do it. i think 3g might have it. a combonation o mugging and boxing in this way could be successful. the votes are in on the ring magazine website. people want 3g vs floyd. people are watching 3g with his 1.5 million views in his destruction of brooklyns finest stevens

Posted November 7, 2013 12:17 pm 


T Bone, you want us to see GGG as the MW Champ, you want us to also see him as capable of fighting at 168 but then you want us to see him as “smaller than Canelo” what you REALLY want is a way to make he and Floyd seem like natural competitors from a physical standpoint which is simply NOT gonna fly… Canelo was a BIG 154 pounder meanwhile GGG is a solid MW fighter who is acclimated to the weight physically this cannot be rationally denied…Mayweather does NOT fight MW’s nor should he concede more poundage and natural strength when GGG fights at 175, I will consider a bout with Floyd at 154 it will indicate that Glovkkns not just a coward seeking out C class fighters and demonstrably smaller WW fighters…

Posted November 7, 2013 11:11 am 


The fans wanted Mayweather to fight ODH and Canelo THATS why they creates the TWO biggest events in the history of boxing… Demand can be backed up by numbers not the zeal of over the top internet posters named “T Bone” LOL….. Canelo is who they wanted and that was proved by over 150 million being generated that evening… GGG does FREE low budget telecasts he’s not even pulling 40k people in cheap seats like Canelo…There is NO US Bas for GGG To draw from…. Canelo had the Mexicans, Cotto the Puerto Ricans… Meanwhile Golovkin has a SMALL number of hardcore fans that would really be interested in this fight… Everyone else will be like “Who the hell is that Floyd’s facing” NONE of GGG’s opponents are popular !!! Can you imagine them showing clips of The Great Curtis Stevens???! HAHAHAHAHAHA!!

Posted November 7, 2013 10:51 am 


The difference between perceptions of a Floyd Mayweather and the rest is the duration of Mayweathers dominance, and the caliber of opponents…Mayweather is beating World Class, HOF boxers coming off some of their biggest wins and on the uptick…. If you have watched boxing long enough you have seen 100 Golovkins, their names were Jeff Lacy, Kelly Pavlik, Juan Manuel Lopez and plenty of other ruined fighters… They shone bright for a time but were chopped down… Mayweather was UNDEFEATED and a Champ LONG before he became “Money May” and took over boxing after besting ODH and laying out Hatton …. Will GGG have a career that approximates Floyd’s??? We can say with 99.5% certainty he WONT OR HAVE ANYTHING even close… He’s in his early 30’s looking for the type of win that will even begin to validate the hype, by this point Mayweather was a 5 Weight Champ and 3 time Lineal…This is the reason that Golovkin SOOOOO badly wants and needs Floyd Mayweather, this is why May is the highest paid athlete in the World because NO MAN in a boxing ring approximates his talents… The Great Pacquaio has again rejoined the ranks of mortals, UNABLE to finish off a HURT 39 year old Marquez he was instead boned like a fish….Golovkins ploy is WEAK claim everyone’s ducking him then try to get the MOST coveted fight in boxing against a WW…. Mayweather probably barely knows who Golovkin is, the man might earn more being part of Floyd’s security team than he does facing the Stevens of the World…

Posted November 7, 2013 10:44 am 


Done Deal, at the very least Floyd will have finally fought someone who the fans want him to fight. Heck might even forgive him for his racist remarks and baby momma beat downs.

Posted November 7, 2013 10:01 am 

Done deal

Lot of people talking about why GGG beat Floyd. If the fight gets made Floyd is 4 to 1 favorite easy and everyone will say he is suppose win so when he wins he still gets hated on. Hype a fighter up to be knocked down. Same ol story when it comes to Floyd. Would love to see this fight, but why not fight Canelo, Trout, or Cotto at 154 so GGG can actually get AT LEAST ONE top notch opponent on his résumé

Posted November 7, 2013 9:22 am 

Done deal

Pretty please. So Money can tax that a**. Easy money

Posted November 7, 2013 9:11 am 


If you think ggg doesn’t move then you are drunk or special.

Posted November 7, 2013 8:29 am 

Ray Ray

Golovkin should stay at 160….the bully would get thrown around and owned by ward at 168, he would also get schooled in a boxing clinic by Floyd at 154…the man doesnt move ever, same as any opponent he has ever faced…..concrete boots. Both guys would give GGG his 1st loss. The lose 2 Floyd would hurt less and make more coin so lets make that 1 happen, Ward would knock his ass out.

Posted November 7, 2013 7:36 am 

Dr. Benjamin Carson

But thug mentality escapes reality over ill conceived perceptions that GGG is trampling their narrowly defined cultural territory and unintellectual property.

Posted November 7, 2013 5:02 am 


Wow..GGG vs Stevens had more buys that either Floyd vs Ortiz, Floyd vs Guerrero, Floyd Vs Mosley and tied with Floyd vs Cotto?

Posted November 7, 2013 4:58 am 


Sredmond you are fibbing again

Golovkin weighed less against Macklin than Canelo did against Trout .

Oscar didnt avoid Floyd.

Many of those Lineal champs you keep harping on were set up without earning the people’s championship

Posted November 7, 2013 4:16 am 


Sredmond seeing what he wants to see: “Golovkin would get his azz murdered up at 168 by Ward the way he does not move his head”

Like I said Sred, you don’t know what you’re looking at and that’s why your picks are guesses — and you were wrong about the Peterson, Matthysse, Garcia, Bradley, and Marquez fights.. Each fight you picked the the loser to win.. You just have no knowledge.

GGG got under a lot more left hooks from Curtis Stevens than Ali got under from Joe Frazier.. GGG moves his head very well versus a powerful, quick, compact, and shorter left hooker than most anyone.. GGG didn’t clinch on the inside — which is what Ali did and a lot of taller guys do.. GGG fought on the inside.. In fact he scored a brutal knockdown with a double left hook positioned from the inside.. It’s not often you see a boxer with a great jab who can execute left hooks like that.

You don’t win 345 of 350 amateur fights if you can’t move your head.. If the Ward fight comes off it will be a very good fight.. People were saying Rigondeaux couldn’t move his head and didn’t have the height, reach, pro experience, or size to deal with Donaire … They know better now… That 10 to 15 years of having hundreds of high level amateur fights is GOLDEN.

Posted November 6, 2013 11:42 pm 


2.2 PPV of Canelos fans plus 1.5 PPV of GGG fans wants Showtime to put together a showdown between GGG vs Floyd for Floyds 154 WBC belt its plain and simple.

Posted November 6, 2013 11:30 pm 

BEARS(sredmonds a bot)

i havent laughed like that since my buddy gon z o of na z a reth was posting. backing off with fart bombs!!!! i tried to post earlier but it must not be allowing me to type my buddies name. i miss that guy. he brought laughs and good info

Posted November 6, 2013 10:27 pm 



Posted November 6, 2013 8:29 pm 


WBC has given Smurweather till 15th December to pick a division.

Somthing tells me Floyds Christmas gift to himself will be to scuttle back down to WW.

Posted November 6, 2013 8:28 pm 


Interesting post by Why You So Nervous?

Against his top opponent, a reigning LHW Champ, American son Andre Ward couldn’t pull as many viewers as Kazakhstanian son Gennady Golovkin pulled when matched against a dude Sredmond called a “cherry-picked” opponent.

Posted November 6, 2013 8:06 pm 


nowhere to run nowhere to hide. facts and logic beat out a mans crush for another man.

Posted November 6, 2013 8:02 pm 

Des Lynam’s Lipwarmer

There you have it folks, redmond schooled and destroyed by multiple posters and left twitching on the canvas, and what is that? Is it? OH my yes it is, how unfortunate, he appears to have a trickle of wee running down his shorts.

Can he come back from such a comprehensive embarassing defeat as this.

Des Lynam says that is a resounding NO.
Time for redmond to retire and enter as a first ballot in the Hall of Tr011.

Posted November 6, 2013 7:31 pm 

BEARS(sredmonds a bot)

oh my god! paragon has me literally laughing out loud. my girls like whats so funny. “like some kind of frothing gary coleman shouting at a wall” dude that visual is hillarious! then shortbusmond. my god only two sentences through this gem of a post. im definitely saving that post in the east side file. i havent laughed this hard all day. gut buster. well i have to finish reading the post now

Posted November 6, 2013 7:24 pm 


What is it with this SREDMOND character writing a bunch of 500 word posts in a row like some kind of rabid frothing Gary Coleman shouting at a wall.

This guy is actually special in the head. He should be called Shortbusmond.

It`s actually quite embarassing to see his argument get busted apart with easily accessible facts, to which he responds by backing off dropping smoky fartbombs to blather about something unrelated, only to return to the original fallacious angle that someone has already toasted several times over and write another 20 posts on it.

If SREDMONDs carer is looking over his shoulder at any of these posts – HELP HIM. HELP HIM NOW. This message board is simply exacerbating his obsessive compulsive behaviour.

Whatever he is on double the dosage.

Posted November 6, 2013 6:56 pm 

old guy

FMJ will counteroffer with a 150lb catchweight. 154 is risky enough for GGG.

Posted November 6, 2013 6:47 pm 

Liver Shot

GGG vs Mayweather not going to happen. There is no money in it for Mayweather. GGG is not a household name and nobody wants to see another sparring session with Floyd fighting a drained fighter.

Posted November 6, 2013 6:45 pm 

Why You So Nervous?

Showtime Super six final featuring Andre Ward and Carl Froch had less than 500,000 television viewers watching it live.

That figure is 209,000 less than the number of people who watched Brandon Rios defeat Miguel Acosta to win the WBA Lightweight title(Also on Showtime).

Posted November 6, 2013 6:43 pm 


redmond cant deal with facts and logic.

Posted November 6, 2013 6:37 pm 

Why You So Nervous?

”No one knows who Golovkin is”

September 8, 2012: “HBO World Championship Boxing” (Andre Ward vs. Chad Dawson) averaged 1.3 million viewers watching Live + Same Day.

October 13, 2012: “HBO Boxing After Dark” (Nonito Donaire vs. Toshiaki Nishioka) averaged 835,000 viewers watching Live + Same Day..

November 17, 2012: “HBO World Championship Boxing” (Adrien Broner vs. Antonio DeMarco) averaged 1.1 million viewers watching Live + Same Day.

November 24, 2012: “HBO World Championship Boxing” (Robert Guerrero vs. Andre Berto) averaged 1.1 million viewers watching Live + Same Day.

February 16, 2013: “HBO World Championship Boxing” (Adrien Broner vs. Gavin Rees) averaged 1.4 million viewers watching Live + Same Day.

March 9, 2013: “HBO World Championship Boxing” (Bernard Hopkins vs. Tavoris Cloud) averaged 1.2 million viewers watching Live + Same Day.

March 16, 2013: “HBO World Championship Boxing” (Tim Bradley vs. Ruslan Provodnikov) averaged 1.2 million viewers watching Live + Same Day.

March 30, 2013: “HBO Boxing After Dark” (Mike Alvarado vs. Brandon Rios II) averaged 1.1 million viewers Live + Same Day.

April 13, 2013: “HBO World Championship Boxing” (Guillermo Rigondeaux vs. Nonito Donaire) averaged 1.1 million viewers watching Live + Same Day.

April 27, 2013: “HBO World Championship Boxing” (Sergio Martinez vs. Martin Murray) averaged 696, 000 viewers watching Live + Same Day.

Golovkin vs Macklin 1.1 Million
Golovkin vs Stevens 1.5 Million for Stevens

Golovkins vs Stevens fight is now in top 3 HBO tv rating in year 2013.

HBO top 3:

1. Cotto – Rodriguez 1,555 mil
2. Chavez Jr. – Vera 1,416 mil
3. GGG – Stevens 1,41 mil (average); highest – 1,55 mil


Posted November 6, 2013 6:34 pm 

Boxing News

Ten men who might beat Floyd Mayweather… Number 1: Gennady Golovkin
Jack Hirsch picks out 10 fighters who could one day topple Floyd Mayweather

1 – Gennady Golovkin 27-0 (24)
The world’s best middleweight by far, the hardcore boxing fan knows just how good Golovkin is. If he has any weaknesses it has not become apparent yet. It will take a special fighter to eventually bring down the Kazak if indeed there is one out there.

Why Mayweather would box Golovkin?
Despite the disparity of close to 10lbs in weight, a showdown with Golovkin is something that the public ultimately will demand. Mayweather understands that a victory over Golovkin will elevate him to the level of a Muhammad Ali or Sugar Ray Robinson if not beyond. Most of the lighter weight legendary fighters have taken a leap up in weight against a bigger man who posed a serious threat. Mayweather will be expected to do the same or be accused of ducking Golovkin.

Posted November 6, 2013 6:29 pm 


Tark, lets see GGG ACTUALLY fight Martinez and Quillin instead of holding up Stevens head and saying “ding dong the witch is dead” YOU are the guy making excuses EVERYTIME a guy cannot cut it… Golovkin would get his azz murdered up at 168 by Ward the way he does not move his head and the quickness Ward displayed against a previously NEVER stopped Dawson was a harbinger of the SHAME and humiliation this overhyped fighter would receive… Once GGG’s power gets watered down he has NOTHING I saw that against Stevens he was getting tagged and buckled… He certainly won and beat Stevens down but the man CANNOT move his head and he is thinking KO everytime he gets in the ring… That would be his undoing against a SLICKER fighter like Ward who has easily handled that Robotic Eastern European style multiple times… BRING it…

Posted November 6, 2013 6:19 pm 

The RING Magazine

With the prospect of Mayweather facing fellow fight legend Manny Pacquiao dimming, the probability of Floyd facing other fighters grows.

In a recent online poll conducted by RING Magazine, the popular boxing publication asked fans: Who, other than Manny Pacquiao, should Floyd Mayweather fight next?

The poll was conducted prior to Golovkin vs Stevens (Nov 2, 2013) and voters were given the option to select from the following top pugilists:
Tim Bradley
Danny Garcia
Adrien Broner
Miguel Cotto
Sergio Martinez
Amir Khan
Marcos Maidana
Gennady Golovkin
Ruslan Provodnikov
Brandon Rios, and
Peter Quillin

The poll’s winner was Kazakhstan assassin Gennady Golovkin. And Argentinian superstar RING/Lineal Middleweight Champion Sergio Martinez finished second, ahead of the supposed leaders, Amir Khan and Danny Garcia.

If the responders accurately reflect a subset of fight fans, it begs the question: Why not give fans what they want to see – Mayweather vs Golovkin?

The first speed bump to overcome would be the weight. Mayweather is a small jr. middleweight (154 lbs max) while Golovkin fights at the middleweight (160 lbs max). And being the opportunist he is, Floyd would seek every concession possible and would likley ask the naturally bigger Golovkin drop to 154 pounds – something Gennady has promised to do.

In fighting Golovkin, Mayweather, as the pound-for-pound king, would have the opportunity to challenge for the WBA and IBO Middleweight Championships or defend his newly won jr. middleweight titles, the RING/WBC/WBA Championships against boxing fastest rising star.

From a promotional standpoint, a Mayweather-Golovkin match would not be difficult to make as Golovkin’s promoter, K2, has good working relationships with all other promotional teams.
The biggest obstacle would be the networks. Golovkin fights on HBO while Mayweather has a very big, extremely lucrative deal with Showtime. As a result, Golovkin would likely have to fight him on Showtime.

Considering the revenue potential of a Mayweather vs Golovkin bout, it would likely be in the best interest of both networks to find a working solution.

Mayweather vs Golovkin can happen… But the ultimate decision is Floyd Mayweather’s.

Posted November 6, 2013 6:15 pm 

BEARS(sredmonds a bot)

outside of malinaggi has broner faced anyone we heard of? no. was anyone clamoring for broner? would anyone rather watch broner than 3g? no. has anyone ever phuck faced someone as bad as 3g phuck faced sredmonds home town fellow african american stevens or as redmond would say stevenson? no. lets look at maidana

Posted November 6, 2013 6:14 pm 


Unfortunately those in “Europe and Asia” don’t pay for US cable the boy is NOT charging 69.99 for HI DEF lets see him do a PPV against one of these guys his people is digging out of the local YMCA???? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!

Posted November 6, 2013 6:14 pm 


Bears, we have ALL heard this “most avoided crap before” ONLY to see the Boxer making the Claims get dealt with… Paul Williams used to be “that guy then he was defeated by Quintana, starched by Martinez and needed a gift against Lara… He was a very good fighter who’s weird size at 147 and 154 made him formidable but he was TAKEN DOWN as he got in with some skilled guys… Margarito used to have the SAME buzz and he was a Tough GUY cheater or NOT… Then he got SMASHED by Shane Mosley…. GGG is NOT doing ANYTHING new in boxing, he is a very good puncher getting fed HAND PICKED, opponents with NO credentials who are set up to lose… There is a REASON his resume is filthy…

Posted November 6, 2013 6:12 pm 


VENICE, CA – Boxing’s fastest rising star, middleweight world champion Gennady “GGG” Golovkin continues to impress in-and -out of the ring with record numbers for his television ratings.

This week HBO announced that it’s “2Days: Gennady Golovkin” documentary feature surrounding Golovkin’s knockout victory of Gabriel Rosado on JANUARY 19 was the highest rated ever of it’s acclaimed series with over three million total viewers.

Additionally, record numbers of viewers watched across Europe and Asia as Golovkin dismantled top rated middleweight contender Matthew Macklin on JUNE 29 in a bout, which also drew over 1.1 million viewers on HBO.

“We’re very excited that boxing fans in the US and across the globe are tuning in to Gennady’s fights and his 2Days documentary in record numbers. HBO did a terrific job capturing the unique elements which took place leading up to the Rosado fight which made for a compelling feature,” said Tom Loeffler, Managing Director of K2 Promotions.

Posted November 6, 2013 6:11 pm 


Tark, you were claiming that Victor Ortiz might pull a Terry Norris on Floyd they way it was done to Leonard… Are you getting senile do you think I have forgotten this? Ortiz was getting dusted, he got dirty and when he lapsed in concentration Mayweather LOWERED the BOOM… The truth is Tark you are NOT Freddie Roach, Robert Garcia or even Mayweather Sr… You have NO name in the World of Pro boxing and if you DID you would not be sitting on ESB all day Monday Morning Quarterbacking your BAD picks and stumping for NEW JACK fighters while pretending you were part of their training camps…

Posted November 6, 2013 6:08 pm 


September 8, 2012: “HBO World Championship Boxing” (Andre Ward vs. Chad Dawson) averaged 1.3 million viewers watching Live + Same Day.

October 13, 2012: “HBO Boxing After Dark” (Nonito Donaire vs. Toshiaki Nishioka) averaged 835,000 viewers watching Live + Same Day.

November 10, 2012: “HBO Boxing After Dark” (Vanes Martirosyan vs. Erislandy Lara) averaged 667,000 viewers watching Live + Same Day.

November 17, 2012: “HBO World Championship Boxing” (Adrien Broner vs. Antonio DeMarco) averaged 1.1 million viewers watching Live + Same Day.

November 24, 2012: “HBO World Championship Boxing” (Robert Guerrero vs. Andre Berto) averaged 1.1 million viewers watching Live + Same Day.

December 15, 2012: “HBO World Championship Boxing” (Nonito Donaire vs. Jorge Arce) averaged 1.3 million viewers watching Live + Same Day.

February 16, 2013: “HBO World Championship Boxing” (Adrien Broner vs. Gavin Rees) averaged 1.4 million viewers watching Live + Same Day.

March 9, 2013: “HBO World Championship Boxing” (Bernard Hopkins vs. Tavoris Cloud) averaged 1.2 million viewers watching Live + Same Day.

March 16, 2013: “HBO World Championship Boxing” (Tim Bradley vs. Ruslan Provodnikov) averaged 1.2 million viewers watching Live + Same Day.

March 30, 2013: “HBO Boxing After Dark” (Mike Alvarado vs. Brandon Rios II) averaged 1.1 million viewers Live + Same Day.

April 13, 2013: “HBO World Championship Boxing” (Guillermo Rigondeaux vs. Nonito Donaire) averaged 1.1 million viewers watching Live + Same Day.

April 27, 2013: “HBO World Championship Boxing” (Sergio Martinez vs. Martin Murray) averaged 696, 000 viewers watching Live + Same Day.

Posted November 6, 2013 6:06 pm 


Bears, if you are claiming that Broner “only has trinkets” then by EXTENSION you are dismissing Golovkins sliver of the MW belt.,.. He is NOT The Ring Champ, NOT the Lineal Champ those are BOTH titles held by Sergio Martinez… Basically you are saying that GGG’s “Trinket” is of NO value!!! Thanks DUMMY!!! Broner beat the BEST guy in one of the divisions he passed thru UNLIKE GGG and he did it MOVING up in weight which has been proven to be the HARDEST thing to do successfully…

Posted November 6, 2013 6:04 pm 


Golovkin vs Proksa 685,000 viewers
Golovkin vs Rosado 813,000
Golovkin vs Macklin 1.1 Million
Golovkin vs Stevens 1.5 Million for Stevens

Golovkins vs Stevens fight is now in top 3 HBO tv rating in year 2013.

HBO top 3:

1. Cotto – Rodriguez 1,555 mil
2. Chavez Jr. – Vera 1,416 mil
3. GGG – Stevens 1,41 mil (average); highest – 1,55 mil

Posted November 6, 2013 6:04 pm 

Kelly Smunt

Stevens was a typical New Yawker – all talk, and nothing to back it up.

They call it the Big Apple because it is full of maggots.

Posted November 6, 2013 6:01 pm 


Bears, Broner has done MORE in boxing than Golovkin thats just a FACT… The guy has won belts in 3 weight classes ALREADY and has already defeated the perceived BEST at 135 via virtuoso KO…How man weight classes has Golovkin won in???? ONE, did he beat the BEST fighter in that class??? NOT even close his best win was a Martinez KO victim the rest of his resume is frankly HORRENDOUS…. Broner successfuly jumped TWO weight classes and still won meanwhile GGG is trying to figure out how he can get in the ring with a SMALLER boxer…. So YES Broner has accomplished MORE and his next opponent is World Class and a dangerous fighter UNLIKE Stevens who was a KNOWN easy out…

Posted November 6, 2013 6:01 pm 

Kelly Smunt

Well the WBC have given FLoyd till 15th Dec to choose which belt he is keeping 147 or the bogus 154lbs one.

So we`ll see if he wants to take his GGG whipping or not soon enough

Posted November 6, 2013 6:00 pm 


Curt really turned it up on fight night. He spent it hiding behind his gloves.

Posted November 6, 2013 5:54 pm 

Curtis Stevens


Posted November 6, 2013 5:48 pm 

Curtis Stevens

I’m from Brownsville, Brooklyn

Ain’t nobody scared of Gennady Golovkin

They’re keeping Golovkin away from me

Ooooh! My finisher! Golovkin gonna get caught just like that though. Word to the mother

Golovkin is overrated.

Come November 2nd he will be tested, and he will be conquered

He’s a hype job. I’m gonna go in there and demolish his ass

Brooklyn here, we gonna take over.

It’s not whether can he fight, it’s whether he can take a shot and withstand this thunderstorm I’m gonna give his ass

No way in my hometown. I run New York. Come November 2nd he’s gonna know he done signed the wrong contract

Come Saturday night I’m gonna phuck Gennady up

Posted November 6, 2013 5:46 pm 

BEARS(sredmonds a bot)

b red is sredmonds alt when he’s getting tagteamed.

Posted November 6, 2013 5:26 pm 

B Red

Tark, GGG fights guys with no defence, or ring generalship. You have that thang for Triple G and Canelo, the same way Old Yank had his thang for Pavlik, ya dig

Posted November 6, 2013 5:24 pm 


redmond hides under his bed at night because of ggg. while he is under there he dreams of floyd

Posted November 6, 2013 5:15 pm 

BEARS(sredmonds a bot)

does srainman really think broner has something on 3g????!!! bahahahahahah!!!! no hist stoppage rate isnt even comparable, vitaly klitschKOs is comparable. who the hell has broner even fought? who cares if this cat is picking up little boy trinkets? there is not much goin for broner and he has been facing a ton of criticism and got a ton of criticism in paulie fight. im not clamoring for a broner fight. 3g is someone i will not miss fight. we will see what comes k broner but is he making bigger waves than 3g who everyone is calling number one at middle and is one of boxings MOST DODGED actually he is probably boxings MOST DODGED. i think redmonds been destroyed enough today. he’s making all kinds of stuff up now out of desperation. lol @ redmond! it requires no response to the resmond bot

Posted November 6, 2013 5:12 pm 


why wont floyd fight ggg and make history?

Posted November 6, 2013 5:04 pm 


I want to know what excuses Sred and B red are going to have after GGG kicks Martinez’s ass, Quillin’s ass, and moves to 168 to take on Ward in a couple years… They’ll have no comments at all.

Posted November 6, 2013 4:35 pm 


B Red.., “Triple G hands are not fast, hahahhahaha”

If his hands are so slow, how come he lands do many punches and out-scores ranked middleweights 3-1 and 4-1???

Why does he take a guy like Macklin, who gave Martinez a tough fight, and knocked Martinez down, such an overwhelming beating and one-sided punch-stat whipping???

If his hands are so slow why does he have the top KO ratio of any world champion in the history of Boxing???

Posted November 6, 2013 4:31 pm 


Sredmond.., I make wrong picks.. Just not very often.. I know the game.. I was in the game for a long time.. Managers and boxers still call me for advice..

YOU make wrong picks all the time because you have no knowledge base to draw on. You don’t know what you’re looking at.

I don’t have to train Canelo to know he looked parched at the weigh-in before the Mayweather fight… I could see for myself… I read all the stories about his sparring partners being poor quality.. All that stuff is out there on 24/7 and on the Internet.. They were begging Shane Mosley to spar with Canelo.

That is really crazy… If you’re doing that so close to the most important boxing match in many years your team has it’s collective head up it’s ass.. They didn’t have the right help lined up.. Leonard E was right.

Posted November 6, 2013 4:19 pm 


Fair point BRed both are utter KOOKS trying to pump up Golovkins record beyond what it REALLY is… PADDED

Posted November 6, 2013 4:18 pm 


We all know that Mayweather is NOT gonna campaign at 154, he NEVER has… In fact he’s NEVER fought back to back there and had 5 years between forays there till Cotto and Canelo with Guerrero in between…Mayweather makes 147 EASY and was just recently Champ in that division why would a 37 year old boxer not fight at his best weight… We see overhyped boxers like Golovkin avoiding a trip Up the scales in lieu of staying out OR smaller boxers and he’s in his 30’s needing to build a name…Danny Garcias earned a shot, he actually established himself as the man at 140 and fought on FMJs undercard…. GGG’s an HBO fighter with NO fa base coming in at 160, he has no chance of getting a bout…

Posted November 6, 2013 4:15 pm 

B Red

Sredmond, Tark and Bears are like Abbot and Costello

Posted November 6, 2013 4:11 pm 


Tark, there is NO SHAME in being wrong this is boxing! But at least be a man about it… I have a couple questions 1.) Do you train Canelo 2.) Do you manage him 3.) Did you help him “make weight” ??

Posted November 6, 2013 4:06 pm 


Bears gets his opinions of fighters and their excuses “from Google” HAHAHAHAHAHA!!!! Bears and Tark aka Ren and Stimpy if you guys are licking the salt off GGG’s Ball Bag in this a manner then you must consider Broner the best fighter in history…!!!! This kid is 24 and he’s already won belts in 3 weight classes (2 more than GGG who us trying to avoid risk by moving down)… Broners KO percentage is startling as well and he just jumped 2 divisions to face a feather fisted but very experienced World Class fighter… He is NOW gonna get it on with Maidana.. Broners efforts put GGG to shame, do you consider Broner “the best out there” I don’t to me he’s a young fighter making a name and working his way up in terrific style meanwhile you fools are ready to put GGG in the HOF BASED on these pedestrian wins in ine weight class

Posted November 6, 2013 4:03 pm 


Sredmond.., I never said Canelo was going to “pull it out” EVER you damned LIAR.. I ALWAYS had Floyd the favorite to beat Canelo.. I was hoping for a tougher, better, closer, and more entertaining fight, and I expected one.. I knew the fight was going 12 rounds and ALWAYS said Floyd should be an 8:5 favorite, was going to win, and the outside score was going to be 116-112… You predicted a KO.

You’re a DAMNED LIAR and everybody knows it.

Posted November 6, 2013 4:01 pm 


Golovkins the MW Edwin Valero mostly stopping Tomato Cans and padding his record in the process…

Posted November 6, 2013 3:48 pm 


Tark, I’m NOT the only one who saw you saying Canelo was gonna pull it out we KNOW you’re a liar because you discuss Alvarez preparations and sparring like you were there or set up his schedule LOL…. Bears of course simply changes his stance like the WIND… Bears as for Stevenson or a Stevens TYPO that could be expected he’s a NOBODY on the MW and World boxing stage LMAO!! Were his name Martinez or Barker we would have gotten it right HAHAHAHAHAHA !!!

Posted November 6, 2013 3:46 pm 

B Red

Tark, your insane, Triple G hands are not fast, hahahhahaha

Posted November 6, 2013 3:44 pm 



What do you think about VICIOUS ORTIZ walking straight into a title match against MOLINA?

It’s as bad as AMIR getting a world title shot vs KOTELNIK at a weight he’d never fought, which he is going to repeat again against MAYWEATHER at a weight he’s never fought at!

Posted November 6, 2013 3:13 pm 


Sredmond consistently comes up with lies… He says I predicted Canelo and Ortiz were going to beat Floyd, when anybody who’s been on this sight for a while knows I consider Floyd the GOAT and never perdicted anyone would beat him.

I always made Floyd the favorite over Canelo. I gave reasons why Canelo would go 12 rounds with Floyd — and reasons why Sredmond’s predictions that Floyd would shred and KO Canelo were far off the mark.. Canelo was a good enough boxer that Floyd was definitely not going to stop him.

As far as Ortiz is concerned.. I said he had no jab, and he’s a quitter, but I initially said he would fight hard, like the Berto fight, because he’s making 5-million dollars.. I thought he might make a good effort and possibly go 15.. Floyd doesn’t score a lot of KO’s.. But when I saw VO a few days before the fight he didn’t look and sound confident.. The reality was setting in.. I posted Floyd would have him out as early as the 3rd round.. A lot of this game is mental.

As it is… VO dropped his hands, took 2 shots to the head, and bowed out in the 4th. He wanted out. He didn’t want to go 12 and take a horrendous shi*kicking.

Posted November 6, 2013 2:42 pm 


Tark, the perspective you offer on Leonard regarding Benitez is not 100% accurate without also knowing the training habits of each. Anyone who kept up with the history of these fighters would know Benitez was NEVER the type of fighter who trained more than two weeks if that…sometimes, he didn’t train which makes him that much more facinating considering winning a major title at the age of 17, a record that stands today. Certainly Leonard won however, Leonard did not beat the best Benitez possible….. he only beat the one that was available at the time.

Posted November 6, 2013 2:32 pm 


“stevens who sredmond keeps calling stevenson”………LOLOLOLOLOL!!!!!!!

Posted November 6, 2013 2:28 pm 


if you google golovkin you will find independent articles of praise for him and calling him the best middleweight better than martinez. The reasons why are spelled out in these articles and have been spelled out in this thread actually numerous times. I dont get why these scared fraud garglers omit the information and attack 3g with vitriolic attacks. There is no debate. This is not opinions and subjectivity. 3g is considered the best middleweight for many reasons. Shall i provide links? Can you provide links to websites and sports writers claiming other than what I’m saying I can link you to in multiple objective sources of information? Please, these haters/fraud sack garglers are a horde of mental midgets nothing more.

Posted November 6, 2013 2:26 pm 


Well, Floyd has until Dec. 15 to decide if he’s keeping his 154 strap. Only then will we know whether or not a fight with the top dogs in that division are possible. I’m sure floyd will not try and bite off more than he can choose unless there’s a catch weight clause in the contract, otherwise, look for him to have safe fights with anyone at 147. What a pathetic p4p champion.

Posted November 6, 2013 2:24 pm 


Floyd has 2 KO’s in his last 10 fights… Golovkin has 15 KO’s in his last 15 fights… GGG has very fast hands, is a very deceptive puncher, and has dramatic, one-punch KO power.

As far as head movement goes, GGG moves his head as well as Floyd. GGG ducks under punches with ease. It’s not that Floyd never gets hit with a punch. Floyd leans back a lot where blooping shots get him. Judah faked Floyd out of his booties a couple of times — and caught him clean. Zab put Floyd down, and an old Mosley hurt and almost dropped Floyd.

Stevens, who Sredmond keeps calling Stevenson, is a quick and powerful puncher with a powerful, compact physique. He has a sharp, fast, and powerful left hook that GGG was able to evade — by stepping out of range, slipping underneath with ease, even though Kurt is much shorter, or nailing Kurt with quick rights.

GGG’s defensive skills are stronger than Martinez’s. Martinez fights off his front foot. He holds his hands below his waist, and challenges you to hit his wide open face — like Wilfredo Benitez did. You saw what Ray Leonard did to Benitez? That how you fight somebody like that.

Martinez beats Quillin, but the first guy with a great jab and great straight right he faces will beat Sergio.. Cotto has a great jab and will pop Sergio right in the face with it.. He will win some rounds.. GGG has a great jab and a great straight right … he will beat Sergio with ease.

Posted November 6, 2013 2:23 pm 


didnt rigo fight donair and all we really had to go on was his cuban ameteur career????

what happened in that bout?

Srainman bot. You have read and reread my posts and you still are not understanding my position on making weight. I certainly do not oppose it. I’ve made that abundantly clear. What else is abundantly clear is that you are one of the most errant posters i have ever seen. You continuously fail to take proofs and even posts into consideration. by definition you are not exchanging views and opinions on east side, you are a bot repeating yourself. total weak sauce dude. now your b red alt is here. lol @ you 2. TARK smoked your a$$ like he always does son. thats gotta suck for you. all your crappy forcasting and all you can say is “so i called peterson to win”………..bahahahahahaah your garbage son

and yes i picked the UNDERDOG to win and openly stated floyd had to be favored to win by decision but i was gonna take the underdog like i successfully did with alvarado vs rios in fight 2. oh well, noone is right all the time

Posted November 6, 2013 2:17 pm 


BEARS does NOT really believe in Golovkin just YESTERDAY he said “GGG is too small for Andre Ward” which means he wants to keep this Fighter safe beating the DREGS of 160 or looking for smaller opponents at 154… Shameful

Posted November 6, 2013 2:13 pm 


REM, when’s GGG gonna show is his game against someone beyond the levels of Stevenson, Ishida, Ouma, and Rosado? When is this man gonna take out some World Class Comp and clear trying to sell avoidance as the reason for his weak resume… The guy has heavy hands and is strong… Technically he’s nothing special “cuts off the ring” HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!

Posted November 6, 2013 2:09 pm 

B Red

Golovtkin has not beaten top comp. Ishida, Ouma, Rosado , Mackiin, Stevens. you guys are nuts

Posted November 6, 2013 2:08 pm 


Tark, it’s NOT ABOUT GGG’s 350 AMATEUR fights it’s about the 28 or so WEAK professional opponents he has had… The mans got a padded resume and has been CAKE WALKING it.. His resume is 4 steps behind Martinez who took time to beat some real opponents but he did… GGG was just in the ring with a guy who had to take off 2 years and was defeated by Jesse Brinkley from the Contender…. These foes are mattress stuffers, and sooner than later GGGs gonna have to get some real names on his docket… We are watching!!

Posted November 6, 2013 2:05 pm 

B Red

Bears, you said Canelo would win

Posted November 6, 2013 2:04 pm 


Tark that was an excellent breakdown of why 3G is highly skilled and how he uses his tools very detailed and dead on.

Posted November 6, 2013 2:02 pm 

BEARS(sredmonds a bot)

srainmans desperate and destroyed!!!! he just said tark said canelo and ortiz would win!!!!!! bahahahahah no he didnt fool. not ever. he called both fights right and mades his forcast days before the nout and made it often. he damn near called the score of canelo vs may. fine forcasting

Posted November 6, 2013 2:02 pm 

B Red

Bears, GTFO

Posted November 6, 2013 2:01 pm 

BEARS(sredmonds a bot)

sredmond bot- i said nothing like that. my position has been stated on this thread. mere scrolling down reveals both my most and your misinterpretation/misconstruction. i know your a learning disabled and dyslexic bot so i repeated it for you because your disabled and im trying to accomodate for your disability but i have done all i can my brown bot friend. please forgive me, im done repeating myself. bless your learning disabled heart

Posted November 6, 2013 1:59 pm 


Tark, you are the MORON betting that Ortiz and Canelo were gonna beat Floyd Mayweather and when they lost you RAN from your prediction like you were still a young man…LMAO!!! You tried to tell us about Canelos sparring and preparations like you were involved instead of home drinking Prune Juice and taking Metamucil HAHAHAHAHA!!! Golovkin quick in relation to Mayweather???! His hands were not faster thanC level fighter Stevensons get real BOZO….

Posted November 6, 2013 1:58 pm 


Bears, you are contradicting yourself yesterday you said GGG was “too small for Ward” and you cannot stomach fighters losing weight to get a fight YET today you have reversed your position on both matters…? What happened over the past 24 hours? What’ will happen in the next as it pertains to your thinking??? You have no real stance on the issues you are ONLY A captive of whatever BS you are trying to sell at the moment… AGAIN how do you explain these inconsistencies????Canelo and Dawson both moved down to fight yet you have then free passes when they lost NOW you are OK with GGG going down?? Should he lose you are gonna say “he was drained” we saw this movie before you idiot..

Posted November 6, 2013 1:55 pm 

BEARS(sredmonds a bot)

WHOA TARK just destroyed sredmond bot with one strike. i like TARKS east side ko % its like valeros

Posted November 6, 2013 1:52 pm 


Sredmond says.., “GGG is a come forward fighter with strong power, no head movement and nothing technically that would allow him to compete with FMJ.”

Sred, you made the same mistakes evaluating Peterson, Matthysse, Garcia, and Bradley.. You were WAY off on all those fights.

You couldn’t come up with a winner, an accurate assessment of their abilities, or how those fights would evolve. You never fought. You never trained fighters. You have no knowledge base in Boxing. GGG has 350 amateur fights where he developed sublime skills that you don’t recognize. You know nothing.

GGG isn’t a walk-in slugger like Joe Frazier, Rocky Marciano, or Jake LaMotta…taking 2 punches to land one.. He moves laterally, cuts the ring off intelligently, cuts off your avenues of escape and tries to get you to punch. He forces you to punch. He’s super quick so when you punch he counters your head off. If you won’t punch and hide behind your gloves he has the best solutions for that.

He has a world class jab which he uses to open you up. You defend the jab he turns it into a hook. You hide behind your gloves he nails you behind the elbows in the short ribs. You defend your ribs he nails your solar plexus. He hooks around your gloves and smashes you in the ears. He has the highest KO ratio of any World Champion in fistic history, and he has a hard time corraling opponents.

When and if Martinez and Quillin quit running they WILL be destroyed.

Posted November 6, 2013 1:50 pm 


so why not fight ggg then?

Posted November 6, 2013 1:49 pm 


Deep water, Undefeated 5 weight classes 4 time Lineal that’s something special we know this because ONLY one man has done it… Floyd Mayweather..!

Posted November 6, 2013 1:48 pm 

BEARS(sredmonds a bot)

if 3g can do both in his career go up and down. it mkes sense to go dosn to 154 first. why srainman wont stop demanding an upward move for no stated reason is obvious. why is srainman talkn about the 154 poind champ being small. he is the chMp is he not? stop making excuses worm. there are none other than fear of a vitaly esque beast. we dont have time for this scared fool. i cant keep reading this fool repeat himself day in an day out taking noones post or proofs into consideration. sredmonds just a bot. not worth exchanging with

Posted November 6, 2013 1:48 pm 


Excuses are NOT needed for why a former 13
Pounder does NOT have to face a 160 pounder who has avoided the idea of facing bigger men his entire career thus far… The excuses being made are for Golovkin who is not taking over at MW from Martinez nor seeking to prove he can best BIGGER fighters before… We heard this SAME rap about Canelo and he went down, it’s gonna continue till Mayweather retires and his detractors all committ mass suicide… Every fighter wants a Mayweather paycheck , Golovkins just the latest one…

Posted November 6, 2013 1:46 pm 

Brandon St. Randy

Who’s Calzaghe? some euro who never fought a North American Champion, would’ve got blasted had he fought a Mexican Or USA contendar. Euros should stick to cycling and swimming. Leave the boxing to South and North America.

Posted November 6, 2013 1:46 pm 


floyd = calzage . both undefeated and best of all time

Posted November 6, 2013 1:30 pm 


why are you so scared for floyd to fight ggg? why all the excuses? if floyd could beat ggg so easy why not support the bout? stop with the excuses.

Posted November 6, 2013 1:28 pm 


Tark Golovkins NOT “one of the quickest in the business” you are REALLY crazy the mans SLOW OF foot especially when discussed in relation to Mayweather who has LONG been considered one of the most elusive boxers in history.. Faster fighters than GGG have tried to control Floyd in the ring only to be continually forced to reset a and try to catchup… GGG cutting off the ring against MWs like Macklin, and Stevenson has your brains fried…GGG is a come forward fighter with strong power, no head movement and nothing technically that would allow him to compete with FMJ…

Posted November 6, 2013 1:21 pm 

Joe Smith

Yes, Floyd has F.O.G disorder. Foggy Floydy.

Posted November 6, 2013 1:10 pm 


Tark, who said “Matthysee was an easy night for Peterson” ???? I gave him a shot at out boxing him… But alas when we discuss Matthysee, Peterson or GGG we are not talking about elite fighters whereas Wards an Elite boxer that has EVERYTHING over GGG even the guys that Ward stopped are superior to anyone that Golovkin EVER fought (Froch and Dawson) both P4P entrants and guys who were World Champs on more than one occasion… Golovkin chasing and beating undersized fighters has ILL prepared him for Ward at 168, who is tougher, faster, more crafty and a BETTER defender than Golovkin… If GGG is a lock for Ward why is he trying to get to 154 or keep beating chumps at 160????

Posted November 6, 2013 1:09 pm 


Only ONE fighter offers the chance for Fkoyd to break 2 million buys and that’s Manny Pacquiao, Golovkin could NOT do 100k PPV’s on his own… Vitali Klits did under 200k buys when they tried him on PPV after his fight with Lennox Lewis…Golovkin just fought a NO NAME fighter he cannot be sold on PPV with that resume his hope is to draw on the popularity of Mayweather to fill his bank… His own pull as far as the box office is NOT worth mention

Posted November 6, 2013 1:03 pm 


Sredmond says.., “TARK, Golovkin is an EASY night for Ward”

Right… Just like you said Matthysse would be an easy night for Peterson… Just like you said Garcia would be an easy night for Matthysse… Just like you said Marquez was going to KO Bradley.

You’re a real expert Sred. In your own mind.

You call any attacker lead footed — when others say Golovkin is the quickest in the business at cutting off the ring.. Floyd doesn’t move that fast when he’s walking somebody down.. Maybe you don’t know the difference between running and cutting the ring off — two different types of footwork. You wouldn’t recognize speed if it bit your nose off.

Posted November 6, 2013 12:52 pm 


T Bone, how do you NOT BEAT the Top when you beat the Lineal Guy in 4 divisions???? Besides despite me respecting ODH he LOST almost all his biggest bouts (robbed against Felix and 2nd Mosley IMO) that includes Floyd Mayweather since you hold Oscar in high esteem it only stands to reason that Mayweather coming UP in weight and defeating him would be a BIG feather in Floyd’s Cap..???

Posted November 6, 2013 12:50 pm 


If Showtime wants another 2.2 Million PPV event than GGG vs Floyd for Floyds 154 WBC belt should be next PLAIN and SIMPLE.

Posted November 6, 2013 12:46 pm 


Bears, of GGG’s KO ratio against WEAK opponents is so credible then why is he NOT ranked #1 in the division??? Why is he ranked well below Sergio on the P4P list he has NOT made??? It’s because those STATS were attained against a LOW CALIBER of fighter… Edwin Valero had a 100% KO ratio and he’s not gonna be remembered as GREAT because MOST of his opponents were NOT standout fighters…GGG moght one day prove to be the man at 160 but today is NOT that day especially considering he took ANOTHER step back fighting a boxer of lessor status than Macklin in Stevenson…

Posted November 6, 2013 12:35 pm 


With an 89% knockout percentage rate, Golovkin holds the greatest KO ratio in middleweight championship history and is 1st amongst all active current and former champions, and 3rd in overall championship history.[1] He has never been knocked down or knocked out in over 375 fights, both as a professional and amateur.

That is why you there is 3g fear. this cat is like the vitaly klitschKO of middleweights. If 3g wants to go down to 154 thats up to him. certainly not up to floyd or any floyd nuthugger and perfectly within the rules. biatching wont help the public perception of the man you nuthugg son. better grow a pair and let this fear rest.

Golovkin had been throwing big punches all his life. Growing up, Sergey and Vadim would walk the streets with Golovkin and pick men out of a crowd. Are you afraid of him, they would ask Gennady. When he said no, they told him to go get into a fight. Sometimes they wrestled, sometimes they boxed, sometimes they just threw punches.

“My brothers, they were doing that from when I was in kindergarten,” Golovkin said. “Every day, different guys.”

Posted November 6, 2013 12:18 pm 


Sredmone, you gotta beat the top to be the top

You keep changing the goal post but I already answered this question too. Pretty boy floyd pitapats around at 147 and 154 but Osacr fought most of the best.

Oscar went down in weight and fought Forbs before Pac

Posted November 6, 2013 11:54 am 


T bone, how many fights at 154 and above did Oscar have consecutively? Floyd fought him there in 2007 and was NOT back for what 5 years? Saying Mayweather was “fighting at 154 is a gross exaggeration compared to ODH who regularly campaigned there.. During his entire career Mayweather to date has NEVER fought back to back bouts at 154 pounds… This is all just point of fact..Mayweather has NEVER made the 154 pound limit..

Posted November 6, 2013 11:36 am 


T Bone, Floyd is CLEARLY top
Man at 154 based in him winning the Lineal Championship at the weight and Unifying… Mayweathers never gonna campaign at 154 because it’s NOT his best weight… ODH was MOST comfortable there as he outgrew WW and fought there consistently, when he made 147 for Pacquiao it had been YEARS since he had been that low Floyd’s been there for YEARS… As for 147, Mayweather became a lineal Champ at the weight was Oscar Lineal there? ODH fought a CRAZY SCHEDULE as a boxer to his credit but he and others were often kept clear of the smaller Mayweather who later caught up with him Mosley and Cotto… Cotto was undefeated at 154, Floyd took him, Shane had just won one of his biggest at 147 and Floyd took him… Mayweather defeated Oscar as Champ while moving up and conceding pounds… Again where are Oscar, Mosley and Cottos 4 lineal Championships????

Posted November 6, 2013 11:28 am 


T Bone how do YOU prove or establish that GGG is “smaller than Canelo”
When Canelo began at 147 and GGG began at 160
As a pro? If 154 is his best weight them why is he NOT fighting there not has he booked a single win in that division?! Reality is that GGG Is a solid 160 pounder used to hitting and being hit by guys in that division… Do you deny this makes a difference?

Posted November 6, 2013 11:20 am 


Tark, Golovkins an EASY night for Ward that’s the LAST guy they wanna see him in the ring with… He is NOT a stronger or tougher fighter than Carl Froch, certainly not more battle tested …. Ward is easily the toughest, most skilled 168 pounder in the World, once GGG’s power game is negated thru solid defense and Wards physical strength what’s he left with?? FAR slower hands and feet than Andre who will easily TAG Golovkins stationary head… Golovkin has NEVER faced an A class fighter, he’s been beating soft 160 pounders and failed 154 pounders… Andre is his WORST nightmare…He would be EXPOSED…!

Posted November 6, 2013 11:07 am 


Sredmone, GGG is smaller than Canelo but has been tearing up sparing opponents bigger than middleweight and that is why Floyd fears him

Posted November 6, 2013 11:07 am 


Sredmone, Oscar was 29 when he moved up from Welter and Floyd was 30 when he moved up fro welter. Oscar fought 154 for five years but Floyd first fought at 154 seven years ago. But the big difference is that Oscar fought all the best at welter and Floyd avoided the best. So not only you admit that Floyd fudges when he claims to be number one at 154, but you just got caught fudging his numbers.

Posted November 6, 2013 11:03 am 


T Bone, do you agree that to date GGG has faced all his opponents as a MW? Absent testimonials from his trainer looking for a nice payday would you agree that GGGs is ranked just after Martinez at MW? Truth is that his power and size come from being in that divison, is that a reasonable statement…. Do you think he will be 154 the night of the bout??? Or will he hit the ring LOGICALLY above the MW limit of 160? Do you agree that Sergio Martinez is Ring Champ and Lineal at 160 and thus the most decorated fighter there..?

Posted November 6, 2013 10:37 am 


T Bone, would you be Ok with Mayweather dropping down to 140 and facing a SMALL 140 pounder who had faced all but 3 of his 45 opponents at 135?? Especially if Mayweather had ONLY fought as low as 147 during his career??? Is this intriguing and would you fully support these matchups? Floyd Sr said Jr can make 140 if he really needed to… How does this dodder from Sanchez saying GGG can make 154 even though he NEVER has as a PRO??

Posted November 6, 2013 10:32 am 


T Bone ,Oscar is and was fundamentally a BIGGER man than Floyd… At a MUCH younger age than Floyd Oscar abandoned 147 because he could NOT make that weight.. At close to 37 Floyd pretty much walks around at that weight.. With these rehydrations we know GGG is gonna be 154 for under 24 hours then balloon to his full MW SIZE AND STRENGTH Chavez Jr was 160 the day before then 181 the day of the bout… He like GGG fought at MW… If Chavez Jr could cutdown to 154 for a day would you be OK with that bout too? After all by your rationale ANYONE who can steam down to 154 for a night is “Ok” as a Mayweather opponent… How many years and fights did ODH have above 147? He was a LEGIT 154 pounder who failed when facing Hops and barely got by Sturm at 160 because even the bigger ODH was not for for the size and strength of MW’s…Also why not be OK with GGG conceding some size and power to a 168 or 175 pounder since none of this matters as LONG as Floyd Mayweather is the guy giving up these assets…???

Posted November 6, 2013 10:27 am 


Sredmone, Oscar started out at the same age and weight as Floyd and 154 aint middle weight

Posted November 6, 2013 10:17 am 


So Bears let’s be clear for purposes of consistency, because Dawson and Canelo “made weight” the results achieved by Mayweather and Ward stand without complaint? You now recant the MANY excuses you made when they lost… See your statements below which support the conclusions I’m drawing based on your fervor to see GGG fight below his class…
Be careful when you respond DOG MY sites are trained on that HUGE balding head of yours!!

Posted November 6, 2013 10:11 am 


Bears, why are you OK WITH GGG dropping 6 pounds from weigh in but not Canelo AFTER the fight (of course) dropping 1.5 pounds???? You said as
Long as a guy can make the weight pretty much anything goes? But this of course depends you YOUR chosen fighter winning… HAHAHAHAHA!

Posted November 6, 2013 10:07 am 


Bears, then “if size does not matter then why did you call Pacquiao “too small for Mayweather” before and Ward “too big for Golovkin” ???????? This is a GLARING philosophical contradiction/outright fabrication …..If GGG can be “too small”
Then certainly Mayweather after 5 weight classes can be “too small for boiled down MWs” reality is that of Wlad could make 154 you would deem that a fair fight…

Posted November 6, 2013 10:02 am 


lol sredmond has said the same thing in this thread over and over a thousand times. literally repeating himself like dustin rainman hoffman. lol at this dummy. my fav repeat. “people oike bears and tark think there is no limit to the size of fighter may can fight” did u seriously say that SRAINMAN????? lol. yeah remember theres weigh ins . 154 is actually the limit. om surprised im the one bringing SRAINMAN the weight limit news. bahahahahahahah this guy is dense man.

Posted November 6, 2013 9:45 am 


Those “serious challenges” are likely gonna come from the WW division…. There is NO mechanism for pushing Mayweather farther up the scales, both Oscar and Felix Trinidad were BOTH stopped at MW AND both boxers truly campaigned at 154 for YEARS and were naturally bigger men that Mayweather who was clearly the smaller man even when he faced ODH…The guy who needs some “serious challenges” in his OWN division or beyond is Gennady Golovkin the mans got the hype train rolling but their is such a LOW grade of fuel in the caboose it’s comical… You are not gonna take over boxing by showing clips of beating Curtis Stevenson and begging to fight a WW who took down 3 monster fights at 154 over a 6 year span…Floyd’s NOT physically a legit 154 pounder and nowhere close to a MW… Sr is not gonna push his son beyond what’s reasonable at the age of 37…. Danny Garcias the next bout that’s in play CANT WAIT!!

Posted November 6, 2013 9:38 am 


Let’s just hope Amir Khan doesn’t talk his way into a fight with Floyd. Mayweather needs serious challengers, not chumps looking for retirement money.

Posted November 6, 2013 6:36 am 


*as long as GGG can make 154 for the evening

Posted November 6, 2013 5:51 am 


Mayweather is SOOOOOO AMAZING that guys like Bears, Tark and the rest see NO limit as to the size of fighter he can beat…!!!! His skills are such that these loons wanna get a bigger man as many advantages as possible vs a soon to be 37 year old WW who’s moving towards retirement… Tark at least knows Mayweathers Great he’s just riding GGGS balls the way he does EVERY new overhyped fighter… Bears is another matter he does NOT want boxers moving down in weight and OPENLY excuses their losses (Dawson, Canelo) but then he wants to grant GGG an exemption which will be used as an excuse when he loses 6 pounds under his career weigh ins???? BEARS also says that GGG “is too small to fight Ward at 168″ “but size and weight don’t matter against Mayweather as king as GGG can make 154 for an evening” the clownish behavior of PHONIES like Tark and Bears is always GREAT satire and fun to watch… Tark discusses Camps and sparring like he was or is gonna ACTUALLY be there!! Tark if you knew how to train and could prepare these fighters better than the guys they work with you would not be on the message board getting daily slaps in your old Gums by me and cleaning UP IDIOT Bears spunk when he finishes trying to jack
Everyone off with his latest lies, fabrications and cons…

Posted November 6, 2013 5:50 am 


“The Best” you say “fans like me prevent unifications” and the best facing the best..THIS Is false, Mayweather just Unified 154 where were you? Golovkin has NO strap at that weight and he’s NOT the best or most decorated 160 pounder in the World…
Let’s say FMJ jumped to 160 and beat GGG then would he be Lineal Champ or Ring Champ????! NOOOOOOO because he would have to face Sergio Martinez for those accolades so in essence you contradict yourself on BOTH fronts you don’t REALLY wanna see Mayweather fight “the best anything” you wanna see him face GGG who is a fractional belt holder beating C class MW’s….

Posted November 6, 2013 5:39 am 


We all know that Golovkins a guy looking for HANDOUTS he wants to drop to 154 with No real fanbase and somehow skip to the head of the line..He has done nothing at 160 to even begin to make the fight compelling, Sergio Martinez is the TOP MW in the world and he NEVER got a shot at Mayweather because Floyd does NOT fight MW’s nor should he when he is clearly a SMALL WW Fighter right on weight 30 days from his WW bouts…Gennady Golovkin might one day live up to this presently OVER the top hype but it will not be via seeking out WW’s where Floyd will likely fight next. Danny Garcia is gonna get the paycheck that GGG wants so bad and he’s much more deserving, beating who he had to ninths RING and being willing to step up for a BIG fight..Golovkins imply NOT a credible opponent for Mayweather in terms of his weight class NOT his standing as NOT the Top MW in the world… If FMJ was gonna fight a MW it would be rightfully Lineal and Ring Champ Sergio Martinez, we just saw GGG try and call him out so why would Floyd be Ineligible should he develop a taste for 160 pounders???? Double Standard LOL???? Martinez would also be FAR more lucrative he’s actually done a successful PPV whereas GGG is unsellable with his woeful NO NAME opponents couples with his own inability to create a fan base worth discussing…He best get Quillin and Sergio lined up because a 37 year old Floyd’s soooooo far outta his grasp and league it’s a real waste of time…

Posted November 6, 2013 5:32 am 


Soooooo Tark are YOU of all people gonna guarantee that GGG “makes weight and spars correctly in the future” so we don’t have to hear excuses… Are you gonna supervise his Camp? Teach him new tricks? Canelos camp took him FARTHER than GGGs did, Alvarez was CLEAR Top 154 pounder when he faced Floyd, he had already done a Unification with Trout MEANWHILE Golovkin is STILL looking for a win that really means something to date his entire career is built on C class fighters like Stevenson… Canelos people and resources have him plenty prepped to drop 1.5 pounds yet you bozos wantnusbto listen to a WHOLE new policy as it pertains to making weight… Canelo has been LOWER than 150 before, he’s no stranger to making weight and his youths an assett… But again these are the type of EXCUSES that Floyd’s gonna force fighters to make… Even of there was a 1% chance GGG was actually gonna do more than sit in the crowd watching Mayweather teach boxing BOTH you and Bears would immediately upon LOSS claim he was “dead at the weight”….

Posted November 6, 2013 5:18 am 


Bears, you claim “the size between Floyd and Golovkin makes “no difference if GGG can get to 154″. HMMMMMM Just the other day you said that “GGG IS TOO SMALL FOR ANDRE WARD” how do you have such a CRAZY double standard in play??? GGG supposedly claims he’s up for anyone from 168 to 154 meanwhile he’s a guy who is strong at 160 from the start of his career and is in his early 30’s YET he is only fit to chase smaller boxers… Whereas Mayweather started at 130 and has only been to 154 against guys who did NOT start there and definitely NOT 160 yet you feel he needs to keep facing LARGER fighters… Why is it NOT OK for Golovkin to fight Ward but Floyd to fight 160 pounders after moving up 4x already ??? Your answer on non answer to YOUR SUPER clear contradictions is gonna be retarded but I’m just using Socratic Method to illustrate how full of SH$&@T you are…

Posted November 6, 2013 5:10 am 


Really Tark HOW do you “know how they’re did the weight” you DONT train Canelo and you DONT train Golovkin!!!! According to the roadmap of excuses you’ve laid out hat assurances do we have that Golovkin will “Do the weight right” AHHHHHHHHHHH Tarks Monday Morning Quarterbacking from the Message Board???? HAHAHAHAHAHHA you’ ll be saying the SAME thing Canelo had LESS to lose than Golovkin will and his resources being the darlingmof Golden Boy FAR outstrip ANYTHING Golovkind privy to… Fact is Canelo LOST and you and Bears we NOT Ok with that result soooooo there has to be the usual attempt at a cove up and you will do the SAME thing in the future when results don’t fit your appetite…

Posted November 6, 2013 5:02 am 


Hello boys, I’m waiting for you Big lads to please me thru my back door, several times, over and over and over again. Umm. Yummy, yummy.

Posted November 6, 2013 4:25 am 


interesting tark. i dont think 3g needs may by Any means but im not opposed to 3g fighting him. its funny to think of the excuses and or forced concessions that would come from team may. its funny seeing all this fear again in some of the mayweather horde. im always tickled pink when sredmond begins to systematically err in understanding numbers, in rejecting unpleasent evidence, he gets deffensive and wary and opposes skeptical scrutiny that he personally attacks anyone in disagreement with him. sredmond is error prone. sredmond can either convince you of what is not so or a poster can easily see the fallibility of his reasons. this guy futilely rejects any proof to the contrary. he actually said shannon briggs and lennox lewis have no idea who hit them the hardest but insisted he, sredmond, knew it was not who they said but someone else entirely. lol!!!! who says that????

Posted November 6, 2013 4:01 am 


Canelo did the weight wrong… They started too early and aggressively because they didn’t want a problem. He looked parched. His team could have done that much better. He was only able to rehydrate to 165 which shows he cut too early and too fast.

They also screwed up the sparring.. They brought in cut-rate sparring partners who couldn’t stand up. It’s like they never believed they would win and were just going for the 12-million, or whatever they made when the final accounting comes in. That money goes a long way in Mexico — but the thing is to do your best to win no matter what the money is … You go all out to put up a better fight and try to win.

Floyd was going to beat Canelo whatever he did… But I think Golovkin would make a mistake to go down to 154. It’s not going to happen anyway. He needs to concentrate on Martinez and Quillin and then Ward.. Once he beats Ward the world will be open to him.. Floyd will be retired by that time and he could be number one.

Posted November 6, 2013 3:18 am 


why not ward move up and face kovalev? because kovalev would relentlessly krush ward.

Posted November 6, 2013 2:55 am 


im gonna have to go all richie incognito on redmond

Posted November 6, 2013 2:54 am 


why not move up and fight ward? ggg. kuz he would kill you

Posted November 6, 2013 2:53 am 


we can definitely diagnose sredmond with F.O.G.

FEAR OF GOLOVKIN disorder. look at all these excuses from this suckle bag!!!!! Let 3g be the smaller guy against ward rather than mayweather get a test. no son. 3g makes weight, 3g demands fight, 3g exposes frauds uterus.

Posted November 6, 2013 2:51 am 


you have 3g whos the ideal opponent and champ, bradley, pacman, I would rather see mathyse than garcia. even trout instead. but whats funniest of all is your fabricating BS. your learning disabled TRASHBAS OF A BRAIN cant furnish a post. we can attribute your interpretations of my posts to your learning disability and your dyslexia. LOL. bring on 3g vs the fraud, bring on frauds ridiculus excuses and demands. oh and shmuckmond. these making weight excuses your making. well, mayweathers not making them and neither did canelo or dawson. you dont really have a leg to stand on using them. SAVAGERETARD, at least now you know

Posted November 6, 2013 2:48 am 


Lets start and stop with the dismantling of not only your post but your worthless life. “yesterday you said 3g was too small for ward”. I never said that. Please furnish the post. and when you dont everyone else can infer your garbage. We all know ward can fight at light heavy and couldve fought dawson there. he can fight kovalev. this is what you call common knowledge. 3g can make 154. 3g seems to me to be the stiffest test of fraudweather. it’s definitely not garcia. mayweathers kind of in a bind. it seems he has run out of marketable mexicans. (lol i just came up with that). I wouldnt doubt were gonna here about another garbage fraud mayweather fight you know guerrero-esque and ortiz-esque. I bet were gonna start to hearing frauds gonna fight the kahn. what a joke that, that name was ever even brought up.

Posted November 6, 2013 2:47 am 


For those that think GGG is a flat footed mechanical fighter, you obviously aren’t paying attention. When it comes to fighting this guy does everything right. Mayweather has good reason to avoid him, he won’t beat him should they ever meet. Mayweather can’t hurt Golovkin and that would be an enormous problem for him, Gennady steamrollers him, absolute slaughter, sure Mayweather will run around for a few rounds but he won’t be running around all night.
Easy night for Golovkin.

Posted November 6, 2013 2:36 am 


Floyd outgrew the 130-pound divison… Floyd paid a 600,000 dollar fine because he couldn’t make 144 without hurting himself… He didn’t give a damn about the money. He wanted to be right for the fight.. He isn’t going over 150 because his perfect weight right now is 147 and it’s always a mistake to bulk up to an unnatural weight.

This is why David Haye would rather be a bone solid 210.6 than a somewhat solid 217 like he was for Valuev… Haye treats weight like somebody in the lower divisions. He grinds his weight down to raw muscle and sinew so he’s faster and stronger for his size.

Most heavyweights get careles about weight and fight very sloppy.

The Klitschkos could weigh 250 but they weigh closer to 240 because they take the weight way down… But if you go even a pound or 2 too light, it will kill your strength, speed, and endurance. Weight is touchy. Gymnasts want to be within ounces of their best weight or they can’t perform … so it’s nothing to get careless with.

Posted November 6, 2013 2:35 am 


After Hopkins’s offer to fight Mayweather then GGG saw his opportunity to call out Mayweather. However both of them should focus on fighting guys their own size. 161 and 168 for GGG and 175 for Hopkins. They can make their money right there. It’s not Mayweather’s problem if neither can bring in the millions using their own glory and fame.

Posted November 6, 2013 2:30 am 


Floyd’s the BOSS of boxing and GGG is just another foot servant willing to do whatever he’s told for the HONOR of sharing a RING with Floyd… If Mayweather told him to go to 147 and allow the MONEY Team to Bukkake on his Mother, Golovkin would deliver her C.O.D… Any notions that Golovkin has any pull in regards to a Mayweather or truly stands to face the Grand Master are pure fiction… Mayweather will be a retired ATG and God only knows what guys outta the meat locker GGG will be facing…The power dynamic is so one sided it’s funny to even suggest that this MW with no fan base is gonna get the Universe to bend to his will..

Posted November 6, 2013 2:03 am 


Bears, how do you account for GGG making 154 when you suddenly flipped and tried to sell Canelo as DEAD at 152 when he had gone as low as 147 before and was 153 1/2 the fight before vs Trout… Do you really believe that
ANYONE sane believes you would NOT POLLUTE this message board with excuses? You made excuses for Dawson, what’s different about Golovkin other that you want another fight you can rewrite when the loss is booked… Yesterday you said that GGG “is too small for Ward” ???? Interesting when Floyd is a former 130 pounder that can’t make the 154 limit to save his life… You dismissed ALL of his wins at the weight so why is a 160 pounder the answer??? If Golovkin is so lethal then why is 168 too dangerous yet Mayweather has conquered 5 divisions?? I’m just playing with your inept sense of argument because Golovkins gonna have to beat 20 Stevensonsnto earn the money he is NOT gonna get facing Floyd Mayweather…

Posted November 6, 2013 1:56 am 

Old Coot

I said before and I’ll say again… Mark my words, Floyd won’t agree to fight Tripz-G unless he bows to Floyd’s will and comes down to 152lbs. Floyd can’t abide not telling himself he is the king and all roads lead through him, by always dictating all the terms of every fight. His fragile ego is just that monstrous!

Posted November 5, 2013 11:29 pm 

Kelly Smunt

LOL at people like SREDMOND who write 1,500 words essays trying to justify holding the 154lb title, and not being willing to either vacate or defend it against 154lb fighters.

Floyd should just run his little midget @ss back down to baby-weight and leave the higher divisions to the real men.

Posted November 5, 2013 11:26 pm 


The force of Golovkin’s bombs are way too hard for Floyd’s chin and ribs to withstand, and as much as his fans are trying to convince you that he lacks the technique, intelligence, and speed to catch Floyd, he most definitely would. He’s not the plodding unrefined bomber all these Floyd fanatics are trying to sell him as. They can try and downplay his skills and attributes as much as they want but deep down I think they know exactly how good he is. Even his punches that landed on Floyd’s elbows and shoulders would do damage.

Nobody cuts the ring off like Golovkin either and his sheer physical strength and presence is extremely imposing. He used to beat up heavyweights and cruiserweights in the gym. This has been verified by reputable sources. He sparred a 240 lb heavyweight last year called Vincent Thompson, Thompson lasted a week. It honestly wouldn’t surprise me in the slightest if he seriously hurt Floyd with one of his jabs.

Posted November 5, 2013 10:51 pm 


Fact is if 3g can make 154 thats all that matters. size difference means nothing. Fraud already faced canelo so it’s established now. Moreover, floyd is holding all the belts practically at 154. It’s not really an option as long as floyd is holding them and calling himself a champ there. if frauds fans want to call him the champ at 154 its time to represent. other champs get shots right away when making weight class movements. 3g should have a shot right now. Bradley might be able to trouble floyd too. 3g is the best challenge to floyd right now in my eyes, then Bradley, I think stylistically trout would pose problems to mayweather with his height. May’s never had to over come that kind of height and reach as he ducked paul williams

Posted November 5, 2013 10:30 pm 


“The last white champ we had was tommy Morrison and jerry coony and they didn’t last no time lol”

Cooney came before Eastern Europe and The Commonwealth of Independent States in Asia were producing any professional boxers. Cooney was no champ, and was beaten by both heavyweight and light heavyweight champs.

The Klitschkos have lasted 17 years, 10 years as heavyweight champions. That’s pretty solid. If you’re talking about the last white heavyweight champs, they are the guys you’re talking about.

Posted November 5, 2013 9:41 pm 

Fight Aficionado

Everyone knows Floyd will 100% not fight GGG because they know he has skills that could dismantle their hero. His knob slobbering fans say GGG is too big. Don’t change the topic. He says he can make 154 and Floyd holds 2 belts at 154. Defend the belts or go back to 147.

Posted November 5, 2013 9:26 pm 


Floyd may get bood and there may be a bunch of folks that want to see him lose but the fact is he brings in more money than any boxer, sells more PPVs than any boxer and makes more money than any athlete at this point at time. Say what you want but he sells. And until GGG actually shows that he can make 154 the fight is a non topic. Like I said he was going to fight Rosado at a catch weight of 157 till Rosado said no. Why didn’t he fight Rosado at 154? He then could of been ranked at 154 since Rosado was so highly ranked.

Posted November 5, 2013 9:17 pm 


Nope I don’t buy hats. I buy nice clothes and have a shoe fetish. So once again you are wrong. But since people pay 70 for that stuff then it must be worth 70. But if you spend good money on what you buy I know for a fact it was made for a lot cheaper.

Posted November 5, 2013 9:14 pm 


I don`t even really care to see this fight at 154lbs particularly.

If FLoyd wants to have bigger money fights down at WW or JWW, then who am I to sneer at him earning as much as he can.

If he wants to hold a JMW title while fighting catchweights, and not fighting the consensus biggest threat that can make THAT weight, then he deserves to be called out.

Posted November 5, 2013 9:01 pm 


floyd gets booed at every fight. more people want him to lose then are rooting for him.

Posted November 5, 2013 8:57 pm 


To the counter this argument that “Everyone will complain that GGG was weight drained……….” since when has this bothered FLoyd? It didn`t bother him when he took Canelo at catchweight.

Posted November 5, 2013 8:53 pm 

The Best!

Cyber- I agree 100%, boxing now seems to be a joke especially when Loud Mouth Cherry picker Floyd is involved. What happened when fighter fought the Best in their Prime and dominated the actual 154 or whatever weight class they were in ?

Posted November 5, 2013 8:46 pm 


There’s a load of blah blah blah from Floyd fans, but here is the situation.

Floyd holds a JMW belt
GGG will happily go down to JMW to fight him for it (If Floyd can dip his toe for a big fight why not GGG?)
Floyd’s team and fans are saying “Nah he`s too big”.

Okay if guys who can make that weight at too big for you, vacate that JMW belt then.
Put yout toe in the water and you are going to attract sharks.

Posted November 5, 2013 8:41 pm 

The Best!

Floyd back in the days would be laughed at more than now. He avoided all top fighters at their actual weight while in their PRIME. Imagine him 10- 20 years ago he wouldn’t of lasted, or maybe he would of because he would of avoided anybody in their actual weight and in the PRIME. Floyd is simply out for the money. He will never try and destroy his opponent but simply win and pick up a paycheck. He has zero heart that is why.

Posted November 5, 2013 8:29 pm 


The mass hysteria GGG has induced among the Mayweather hordes is, for want of a better word, absolutely hysterical. It’s gone pandemic now in Floyd Land. I can’t stop laughing at this. Christ I wish I had a dime for every Floyd fan I’ve seen calling for GGG to move up to 168. Actually let me rephrase that. Christ I wish I had a dime for every Floyd fan I’ve seen literally praying and begging on bended knee to the ghetto god in the sky for him to move up .

The spectre of him moving down to 154 has induced a mass panic attack among them unlike anything I’ve ever seen. Even the notion of his continuing to reside where he is now, one division north of Floyd, has got them quaking in their boots.

It’s hilarious watching them think they’re intelligent enough to conceal their fear and think we’re not smart enough to see straight through the facade and recognize their true motives. These fools do’t even have a rudimentary grasp of psychology. They desperately want him to move up so that the brutha Ward can take his cherry so they can then in turn beat the chests in a mass demonstration of racial pride.

The F.O.G [Fear of Golovkin] is spreading like wildfire and I’m loving it. Bwahaha

Posted November 5, 2013 8:28 pm 

The Best!

SRremond or what ever you call yourself, you re the reason fighters like Floyd never take on The Best and unify titles. He is fighting for a bog payday and not for the people simple as tht. A rel fighter dominates one weight class while ALL in thir respective weight clsses and their PRIME and Loud Mouths like Floyd arnt willing to do that.

Posted November 5, 2013 8:24 pm 


Mayweather cannot be BAITED by childish boxing fans seeking to get him further and further towards a circus fight… Its NOT gonna happen and that “0” might have to be the DAGGER that rests in your corroded hearts till the end of time… Floyd may lose as he marches towards 40 most of theme eventually do, BUT its not gonna be because he pushed TOO far up the scale… All his detractors KNOW he is GREAT thats why they are looking for the BIGGEST fighters then can vainly attempt to sell in order to wipe that smirk off his face and take some of that loot out of his pocket… Mayweather gave boxing the guy they MOST wanted to see him in the ring with absent Pacquiao and that was Canelo Alvarez, he made it look EASY and he created the BIGGEST event financially the sport has EVER known… Gennady Golovkin is NOT a “Great MW” if his career ended today there would not be too much that could be said… He would be laid upon the same scrap heap as Edwin (I killed my wife) Valero….He would NOT be mentioned alongside Hagler, SRR, or Hopkins as a GREAT MW, HELL he does NOT even rank with recent entrant to the MW notable pool Sergio Martinez… Floyd Mayweather can buy and sell Golovkins life 100 times over because he earned Greatness and his fans in the RING not on the message board or with some choppy soundbites after a bout… Golovkin can win me over but its gonna involve him getting deeper in his OWN weight class or moving up weeping about smaller boxers and trying to sell that he has everyone scared AIN’T cutting it… Eventually the FORMER most avoided men Williams and Margo got shots… GGG is gonna have to MAKE his own way and it starts at 160 pounds absent a bunch of Stevensons on the docket….

Posted November 5, 2013 8:18 pm 


the cheap shoes you are talking about come from overseas where quality is low and labor is low but due to tariffs and trade regulations the suckers charge you way more then they are worth. I use local merchants where their time is worth the money and the items I pay for are a bit more expensive but compared to the junk you are talking about they last a very long time and hold their value alot longer. instead of saying anything you buy is economics think more about value,time,costs of labor and come up with aformula.

Posted November 5, 2013 8:16 pm 

The Best!

Public Enemy give up boxing go to sling shots or something because you are pathetic.

Posted November 5, 2013 8:14 pm 


haha you got a $70 hat that says tmt. I buy shoes and clothes but they are worth it. good money for high quality. not some damn junk hats or flashy jordans. I study economics . I am anti- keynesian and more of aaustrian business cycle theory guy. Someone said their is a sucker born every minute and he might be right.

Posted November 5, 2013 8:13 pm 

The Best!

Mayweather will have to do what his crappy daddy trainer is now teaching him to do, hit and run other wise he has no chance.

Posted November 5, 2013 7:58 pm 

The Best!

BS im posting to quickly

Posted November 5, 2013 7:57 pm 


Deepwater so you wear shoes? If you do I bet you pay more that 13 bucks for the. Just so you know shoes cost about 13 bucks to make. People pay 70 for them so they are worth 70. Called economics.

Posted November 5, 2013 7:15 pm 


Hidalgo they didn’t show his weight when he walked in. He said in the post fight interview that earlier in the day he weighed in at 146

Posted November 5, 2013 7:13 pm 


My mistake. You are correct he won that title in his 18th fight. My fault

Posted November 5, 2013 7:12 pm 


So for the Floyd fans…

Is or is not Floyd the #1 Junior middleweight in the world? If not then who is?

Posted November 5, 2013 7:08 pm 


flomos are retarded. they buy a $2 hat for $70 because it says TMT.

Posted November 5, 2013 6:39 pm 

Yellow Chump

Mayweather only fights opponents who he knows stand no chance of beating him. He proclaims himself the greatest but he wouldn’t dare take the kind of risks that truly great fighters take.

He’s been at the top of the sport for 17 years, and is the sport’s cash cow who everyone wants a piece of, but he’s never even fought a great fighter who was in their prime, never mind actually beaten one.

Ask his fans to name one great fighter in their prime he’s ever fought and they have no answer. They know he’s never even fought one.

Floyd ducked his biggest threat for years, denying the fans the fight they’d yearned to see for so long. He knew it was a fight he could not win, fighting great fighters in their prime is something he clearly never wanted to do, but we know his opponent didn’t share the shame feminine mindset as he had proved his mettle in that regard many times before. Floyd is still yet to do so once. Seventeen years at the top and he still hasn’t fought one.

He was more worried about his health than proving his greatness. None of Pacquiao’s other opponents were worried about their health.

No one else threw needless obstacles in the way to prevent their fight against Pacquiao from happening. They all jumped at the chance. But Floyd couldn’t muster the courage no matter how hard he tried.

No matter how many people accused him of cowardice.

No matter how much ridicule and scorn he was subjected to.

Even when many in his own community and retired legends started to turn on him, accusing him of bringing shame and dishonour among their people, he could not muster the testicular fortitude to take the fight.

Remember when he mysteriously lost his urge when there were great fights galore against prime legitimate threats at 147 for him?

Instead of manning up and taking them he vanished from the sport for 2 years, watching from afar as they beat the mileage off of each other’s clocks only resurfacing once the coast was clear and they were no longer quite as formidable as before. Floyd just being his usual calculating cherry-picking self.

This is why so many brand him a gutless coward, because they see through the lies and deceit.

Floyd wants all the glory and the acclaim that comes with scaling the summit but he opts to take the helicopter to reach the top instead of ascending it on foot.

”Floyd can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but the only people he can fool all of the time are the Flomos”

Posted November 5, 2013 6:36 pm 


ggg vs stevens did 1.5 million on hbo. the numbers are there. floyd will rematch ortiz and fight khan. no pacman. no ggg.

Posted November 5, 2013 6:29 pm 


Excuse me, Floyd weighed 150 on fight night against Alvarez.

Posted November 5, 2013 6:27 pm 


“Floyd came in at 146 fight night against Canelo ”

Floyd stepped into the ring at 150.5 or 151.5, but it was well over 146.

Posted November 5, 2013 6:17 pm 


If the mayweather vs canelo fight can be made with canelo hydrate n back up to 385 lbs like everbody claimed and canelo being a 23 year old kid with just one good test “trout” and canelo being very inexperienced, there s zero reason 3G vs mayweather cant take place, whats the diffrence ? There isnt and all you lie n punks and crazy excuse makers will come up with retared arguments try n your best to dispute that, but thd smart honest people and true boxing fans know what I said here is cut and dry an undisputid facts.

When you make up weak agruments try n to sound smart you only look desperate and like your try n to protect floyds o.

If you want respect man up be honest and and have your hero prove he s the best and expect floyd to take the best challenges boxing has to offer. End of storie case closed.

Posted November 5, 2013 6:15 pm 


“Floyd held a title since his 12th fight.”

To my memory Floyd didn’t win a title until his 18th fight in which he won the WBC Super featherweight title by beating Genaro Hernandez.

Posted November 5, 2013 6:14 pm 

Squared-Circle Real Talk (a.k.a. The Lion King of Beat Street)

FMJ lost to Castillo and ducked PacMan and Martinez for years. Now he’s going to duck 3G at 154lbs for the rest of his career. It’s probably a good thing though because FMJ would simply run for his life all night long and throw one punch at a time. And that style is worlds away from a great display of technically superior masterful boxing.

Posted November 5, 2013 6:10 pm 


floyd has no advantage, floyd wont take it. if cotto roughed him up imagine what ggg would do.

Posted November 5, 2013 6:04 pm 


Floyd’s record speaks for itself. Floyd held a title since his 12th fight. Has many HOF fighters on his resume. You just think he was matched tougher because Jr makes his fights look so easy.

Posted November 5, 2013 6:03 pm 


If 3G beat’s sergio martinez in great fashion he will be a super star over night and known in all corner’s of the world plus his stock go ‘s threw the roof so does his credibility as a real champion at that point if 3G can do that and look good doing It can see no reason or excuses a catch weight fight cannot be made between mayweather and 3G.

If 3G has to do what mayweather fans want, him to spend the next 15 years stringing togather a clone maywether record then by that time floyd will be 90 years old.

I think a good win over martinez or maybe murry then martinez puts 3G in a great postion for a mayweather fight, 3G does need to fight at least one great fighter before he gets that shot, I can agree with that, but he dosent need to string togather 20 more fights that silly talk sometimes guys come up from nowhere like mike tyson and bust some guys head in that had a string of pro fights at top level, we dont need to wait until floys old either.

This is what happens when you got guys that are 37 and a pro for 17 years and guy comming up, you gota make it happen when the time is right not wait around until the fight loses it luster like mayweather vs pacman you big dummies.

Floyd and 3G aint even in the ssme divison so maybe it aint even worth talking about until we see if floyd has any intrest in the first place.

Posted November 5, 2013 5:59 pm 


yeah floyd got put in with tough guys and hard fights. jr learned dont do that. sr taught jr the whole style since the crib. as a floyd fan you should know that

Posted November 5, 2013 5:46 pm 


It may look the same but it is not the same. Floyd Sr is not the same fighter his son is. Not to mention he also suffered from bad management. So once against you are making weak points. Jr is a much better fighter that his father.

Posted November 5, 2013 5:44 pm 


the fact that you just compared vernon paris shoulder roll to floyds shoulder roll is upsetting. floyds sr’s style is the exact style floyd jr uses. youtube sr and see

Posted November 5, 2013 5:41 pm 


When GGG actually makes 154 which he has yet to do then you can say something. But until then, history has proven otherwise. Rosado was originally at 157 not 154 why is that?

Posted November 5, 2013 5:38 pm 


Floyd came in at 146 against Marquez. So what is your point? Floyd came in at 146 fight night against Canelo or at least that is what he weighed earlier that day. So what is your point. Look what Zab did to the shoulder roll against Vernon Paris, why couldn’t he do that against Floyd? Just because something gets done to one fighter does not mean it can be done to everybody that has that style. You do know fighters adjust right? You do know Floyd isn’t always in that shoulder roll position right?

Posted November 5, 2013 5:38 pm 


ggg will go 168 after he whoops floyd. floyds forarm wont work against ggg

Posted November 5, 2013 5:35 pm 


he cant even make 154 ask marquez aboyt that when floyd came in heavy and paid 300 g

Posted November 5, 2013 5:32 pm 


who has floyd fought that hits harder then duran? again look at what sugar ray did to the mayweather philly crab. if floyd was around back then he wouldnt be the top dog

Posted November 5, 2013 5:31 pm 


MAyweather ONLY fights BIG bouts above 147 and that’s validated by the numbers… All his opponents had a FANBASE that was unusual in boxing.. Cotto, Canelo, and of Course ODH….Other than that Floyd’s gonna wins down his career in his now best class of 147, he cannot even make the 154 pound limit this is just a matter of fact…99 percent of the sport has not been successful in 5 divisions if that’s not a marker of FMJs Greatness then only 1% in boxing deserve the highest level of respect and Golovkin would CERTAINLY NOT be in that 1% with his piece of a MW title and resume devoid of real talent… Which for of GGG’s puts him in league with Floyd or Sergio?? How is GGG granted such respect for the slew of lames he beat as opposed to the accomplished fighters or Floyd’s resume??

Posted November 5, 2013 5:29 pm 


deepwater u said the best go up u want floyd to take the risk but then why dont ggg up im not scared for floyd i think floyd will out box ggg all day im just responding to what u said that all great has to go up but not ggg then he aint no great if he cant go up

Posted November 5, 2013 5:27 pm 


Deep water, Duran on his BEST day was NEVER the athlete or technician that Floyd is…
Mayweathers about to be 37 and he’s facing young guys who hit harder than Duran did… How many times did Duran put down his ELITE competition? He LOST to all 3 once by bone crushing KO, he Quit and Hagler got him… He’s a GREAT fighter that said he would be technically mismatched by Floyd and could not handle the speed…

Posted November 5, 2013 5:21 pm 


Mayweather needs no protection he’s shown who he is across 5 divisions GGG cannot takeover or become “The man” in one weight class lets see GGG FIGHT someone who’s a threat to KO him or is not his inferior in the strength department?? Why not a Carl Froch instead of the WW division? I won’t even propose Ward because that’s simply a fight Golovkin has a LESS than 0 chance of winning …. Why would Mayweather fans respect GGG’s career this far when he cannot begin to emulate the accomplishments of Mayweather yet is being this badly hyped??? You want us to accept that Golovkin is the Apex predator when he’s beating NO ONE yet Floyd’s not worthy of respect when he’s the ONLY 5 weight Undefeated 4 lineal Champ in Boxing history??? GGG is being OPENLY encouraged to seek out smaller boxers when he’s supposed to be this fierce MW? This guys questionable at best and his fans are a bunch of amateur PR MEN that could not tighten up that resume with the best version of MSFT Word in the market..

Posted November 5, 2013 5:17 pm 

Killing Moon The Soothsayer

Techniques: I don’t think either men are that scared…They would prolly be willing to fight GGG for the right amount…But you don’t need to be a boxing-analyst to see how dangerous an opponent Golovkin is …Just watch peoples reaction when they get hit by him or the punishment they’ve accumulated post-fight…That will get the money-demand for a fight up…

And that’s the easy part to see…If you then take your glasses on you’ll see a perfect jab (with power too)fantastic cutting of the ring,precision and combos out of this world……So far he can take a punch,Is not getting hit that often and outlanding his opponents despite only possesing average speed…If some sees a weakness ..The prize for a fight would fall..But so far he’s a scary,scary man…And the other topfighters want the bank to fight him…And who can really blame them at this point.

Posted November 5, 2013 5:16 pm 


Ok, so what is your point. I already stated that Floyd doesn’t hit as hard as Duran. Floyd is not a power puncher. Floyd is not Duran just like Duran is not Floyd. Once again comparing apples to oranges. Why don’t you want to see GGG fight people his own weight? That is the question you should ask yourself.

Posted November 5, 2013 5:16 pm 


duran started at lightweight like floyd and won titles up to and including 168. you can say duran is fat but so then a fat ass duran knocked out barkley. floyd doesn’t really knock too many people out.

Posted November 5, 2013 5:05 pm 


quillen is gonna get fed to danny jacobs and martinez is injured and will need a tuneup so its not feasible for 2 years or so. your nuts. floyd fought 3 handpicked boxers at 154 so stop dreaming.

Posted November 5, 2013 5:03 pm 


How about peter quillin or martinez step up to the plate and fight GGG. Why are they scared??

Posted November 5, 2013 5:02 pm 


Correction, he has fought at Jr Middle 3 times in 6 years.

Posted November 5, 2013 5:00 pm 


Floyd doesn’t fight at 154. Yes he has taken 3 fights at 154 over what like a 4 year period? And then also he fought fighters that started their careers at lower weights. So then basically since Duran never fought a heavyweight he isn’t that good then? That is no excuse, you do realize in boxing there are weight classes right?

Posted November 5, 2013 4:58 pm 


Before Mayweather fought Canelo I challenged various ESB CHARLATANS including notable maggot Bears and serial storyteller Tark to accept the results of the bout absent excuse or complaint… AFTER Canelos tutorial BOTH simply decided “the weight affected him”
And NOTHING WILL be different when GGG drops 6 pounds instead of 1.5 this is jus another reason this bout offers Floyd NOTHING… His opponent will be given Amnesty and proclaimed half dead even though the day before he will claim he feels fantastic and that his camp was the BEST ever!!! “Or that he can make 154 EASY” these excuses disgust me and why give a competitor the opportunity to detract from your performance and
Hide his shame behind a LAME excuse accepted by the weak….

Posted November 5, 2013 4:58 pm 


ggg would fight 168 also. this is prizfighting you go where the money is. and you go where the prestige is. if floyd is number one at the moment why wouldnt an up and comer want floyd? why are you scared for floyd?

Posted November 5, 2013 4:57 pm 


160 is too big. ok so there is your excuse to protect your fighter. too bad its 154 a weight floyd fights at. hopkins went up 2 classes and whooped tarver. std broner went up 2 and beat paulie(close) so floyd cant fight one man at 154 but he can fight gingerbreadman, washed up cotto, and coked up tranny delehoya. ok floyd is the best of all time.

Posted November 5, 2013 4:55 pm 


Deep water if ggg is all that why don’t he go up and fight guy that weight the same as him u want Floyd to fight up if all the great fight up than he ain’t no great then

Posted November 5, 2013 4:54 pm 


Bottom line Floyd is good and undefeated the champ highest paid in any sport the Man U have to fight to get the big money 1p4p love him hate him no body has beat him and ppl comment the most when his name is said so stop hating right now he is the best out .

Posted November 5, 2013 4:52 pm 


160 is too big. He is already an all time great P4P fighter. Saying a P4P fighter would do that does not change the fact that he is already one. I just find it funny you want a naturally bigger fighter to fight a naturally smaller fighter. lol. So basically what you are saying is GGG won’t be anything unless he fights a Wlad or Vitali then.

Posted November 5, 2013 4:51 pm 


dont knock mayweather,he fights at least once every 18 months.

Posted November 5, 2013 4:51 pm 


Floyd could beat quillen but he won’t try. Duran would knock out the Philly crab shell and take Floyd’s money grubbing hoes away from him, and Duran wouldn’t pay any money for those hoes either

Posted November 5, 2013 4:49 pm 

Killing Moon The Soothsayer

Mayweather would have to get on his bicycle all fight long,demand twice the ringsize, 20 oz gloves, get smoger as a referee…And still lose big….He can cut it with bigger men I have no doubt in that….But honestly GGG’s jab would win this fight alone…Mayweather would have trouble getting away from it all night and it’s not in Mayweathers interest to make it a phonebooth fight…This would be a sad fight to see him in because it would end with a white towel or him on the ground….

+ I want GGG to take the MW div not moving up or down…I would be much more interested in seeing Mayweather vs Martinez— That would be a more competive fight…People who call for a GGG vs Mayweather fight just want him buried…

But if he wants to be a 154 champ he needs to fight 154 fighters not 152 or any other catchweight bull…..Or else move down…

As for GGG he isn’t a big MW so have no doubt he could move down to 154 and beat everyone there….The bigger guys in SMW I think he would struggle against because his jab wouldn’t be that effective…But I want him at MW then if someones want to fight him they can move up or down…Because GGG is a beauty to watch.

Posted November 5, 2013 4:47 pm 


An all time great lb for lb special fighter would except the challenge at 154 . No excuses. Some fighters are more special then others . Floyd not top 20 p4p

Posted November 5, 2013 4:46 pm 


Stop trying to compare Floyd and Duran they are 2 different fighters. Duran quit, Floyd has never quit.

Posted November 5, 2013 4:46 pm 


The reason I say the old guys would win they went 15rounds glove was smalller rules was different better fights and steroids back then that’s why I think them older guys would win

Posted November 5, 2013 4:46 pm 


Floyd vs GGG fight would do 1.5 million sells or less. Would not come close to what Floyd vs Canelo did. GGG does not have that sort of following yet.

Posted November 5, 2013 4:45 pm 


Martinez can’t make 154 as he has stated before the Williams rematch. No point in entertaining that. GGG has never made 154 in his pro career so there is nothing saying that he can. And if he could why was the Rosado fight first negotiated at 157 instead of 154?

Posted November 5, 2013 4:45 pm 


Duran knocked out Barkley at 168. Could Floyd knock out Barkley at 168. Could Duran knock out Floyd at 135/147?

Posted November 5, 2013 4:44 pm 


Duran would NEVER beat Floyd!!! He could be in his prime facing this 37 year old version and he would STILL lose WIDLEY… Duran booked losses to ALL the ATGs he fought and Tommy knocked him cold… His lone moment of glory was out pointing Leonard at 147 Duran would be Floyd’s BUTT BOY…. He presents NO threat despite the fearsome persona…

Posted November 5, 2013 4:41 pm 


If guys are claiming GGG can get an additional 1.1 million PPV customers to pony up cash then lets see him do 500k against ANYONE other than Canelo, Cotto, PAC, Sergio or Floyd???? Clearly this mans a PPV star LMAO!!! That should be peanuts against his next overmatched C level opponent ….Garcia vs Mayweather would be BIGGER than GGG by FAR… Garcia has been in the ring with Judah, Khan, Matthysee and Morales all guys people know… He was in the FMJ undercard establishing himself firmly as the BEST 140 pounder in the World… GGG is at best the second best MW today and when his resume is discussed the room goes quiet because it lacks ANY DEPTH…. Mayweather might lose before he retires, but it’s NOT gonna be to a MW fighter…. Make your peace with this and resume praying some fighter lands his Sunday punch cause it won’t be Golovkin…

Posted November 5, 2013 4:37 pm 


Pe what r u talking about drugs if u have a point say not just talk stupid I can go all day with true facts not just talk stupid like u

Posted November 5, 2013 4:28 pm 


The bottom line Floyd should except the biggest challenge of his career at 154, whether it’s Martinez or ggg. Floyd fights at 154. P4p greatest doesn’t mean undefeated it means who would win in a fight. Duran would bust Floyd’s asss

Posted November 5, 2013 4:20 pm 

Public Enemy

TeePee – stop using Drugs man, they’re fkn up what’s left of your little chihuahua brain..

Posted November 5, 2013 4:19 pm 


340+ amateur wins vs 5 losses say that he is something fairly special.

You just think the style is blunt.

Shoulder rolling and counterpunching pot shots are NOT the only way to box – that is one style, and a defensive one at that. If you have confidence in your ability to win a well measured firefight, you can stalk, look a little open to draw someone out and pick people apart.

Just because someone applies pressure doesn`t mean they should be labelled as a pressure fighter wit all the lack of refinement that entails.

Golovkin is a very adept boxer – AND he has a punch.

Posted November 5, 2013 4:18 pm 


GGG doesn’t mention Canelo because he was Flatfooted and has Stamina proplems and looked horrible against Floyd and Canelo managers didn’t help by asking for the 152 cathweight, so GGG with his smart managers and with his Mega power punching without Stamina or Flatfooted problems would like to take advantage of the 2.2 Million PPV plus add another 1.1 Million who will Gladly pay $75 to $100 to see him give Floyd his first loss but a terrible beating.

Posted November 5, 2013 4:11 pm 


And Floyd perfected. What is your point. Ever heard the student has become the teacher? If things didn’t get improved on then things wouldn’t get better. Just because you taught somebody something doesn’t mean that they can’t do it better than you.

Posted November 5, 2013 4:06 pm 


Floyd sr taught Floyd the mayweather Philly shell. YouTube it.

Posted November 5, 2013 4:03 pm 


Duran was a QUITTER that’s just a fact, Leornd was 2 years younger than FMJ getting boxed SILLY by Norris and humiliated, Hearns was a guy who could be out thought in the ring and STOPPED (Hagler, Leonard, Barkley)…..Ray, Tommy and Hagler are ATGS awesome but Mayweather is in the convo with the BEST of them, he would have made Duran look like a more spirited Juan Manuel Marquez, if Roberto did NOT quit first…

Posted November 5, 2013 3:53 pm 


Why didn’t ggg say Canelo cuz he feel Canelo is a threat to him I feel Canelo will hurt ggg this fight will not go all 12 like y’all said good champs go up why can’t ggg and he weight the same as those guys

Posted November 5, 2013 3:51 pm 


Tark, GGG HAS 000000000 Head movement his “ring craft” consists of the typical seek and destroy he’s a cut above Margarito as it pertains to actual skill… He is nobody’s fleet counterpuncher or technician and his hands are NOT fast… When Stevenson stood his ground he had no trouble tagging GGG who’s dome stays in ONE place… “Ring Craft” HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!! I give him credit the guy can hit but he’s nothing special technically, just strong and WELL matches thus far….

Posted November 5, 2013 3:49 pm 


Ggg is just talking he know he won’t fight Floyd he just show that he won’t fight big guys go up and fight guys his weight and if he koing them guys then I’ll give him his props I still feel Floyd would out box him worse than he did Canelo this dude is flat and just slug he don’t move his head nothing just go forward a good jab and body shot will stop all that

Posted November 5, 2013 3:48 pm 


So look how Duran quit against Leondard. And Floyd Jr is way better than Sr. You are trying to compare apples to oranges and that is a weak argument.

Posted November 5, 2013 3:45 pm 


Tark, GGG fought here in NYC because Stevenson is from Brooklyn this is NOT Adamek who ACTUALLY cultivated a fan are of Polish people in NJ …. Golovkin beating Stevenson was NOT a marketing bonanza… GGG has okay amongst the hardcore and Stevenson amongst NO ONE absent some folks who bought the “local guy” hype he’s an ex Chin Checker with serial KO victim Jaidon Codrington…Golovkin needs a dance partner because there has been 00000 uptick in his popularity based in beating a guy of this caliber…Guys are more interested in NYC to check out Judah vs Malignaggi or the Judah vs Garcia bout at the Barclays…Golovkin brings NOTHING to the table as it pertains to sellability in relation to FMJ…. If Floyd wanted to fight a MW with a name Sergio’s the logical choice, he’s actually done a PPV…

Posted November 5, 2013 3:45 pm 


Martinez with his style and hart and power will give ggg fits but ggg has the same well style is different but fight up not down well that is ggg weight class

Posted November 5, 2013 3:42 pm 


If 2.2 Million were sold for the Canelo vs Floyd FIASCO BORING EVENT than 2.2 plus 1.1 Million more will pay to see GGG finally give Floyd not only the beating of his life but that undefeated record he so much protected with his boring 17 year experience will finally come to an end. I will gladly pay $100 PPV to see that.

Posted November 5, 2013 3:39 pm 


And all those guys had loses and Floyd don’t even tho those was some good names he still one of the greats and p4p u can’t compair fighter of today with fighters back then old fighters would kick the shyt out of today fighters hands down

Posted November 5, 2013 3:38 pm 


Deep water, what’s gonna be the value of Floyd defeating the NORMALLY 160 pound GGG at 154 to those who malign Mayweather for EVERY MOVE??? He’s NOT gonna be facing Golovkin at 160 so it’s not like he’s gonna win another title or weight class in the process? As for Sergio being “Old” how many years Older than FMJ is he? 2 years older? FACT is you are NOT using Floyd’s “age” to question ANY matchups but he and Sergio who are chronological peers are less fit to clash than Floyd and guys 6-13 years younger than him? Until beaten Martinez is the MAN at 160 and trying to get GGG the title at the Voting Booth is NOT gonna work..

Posted November 5, 2013 3:36 pm 


Great yes. P4p greatest of all time nope. Not even top 10. I can name 20 above him, including Greb ,walker, Robinson, Chavez, Whitaker, Ali, Johnson, Leonard ,Duran, hearns, hagler,

Posted November 5, 2013 3:31 pm 


White man real u went way back with jerry coony he’ll Larry Holmes beat him for that belt that was a throw back lol

Posted November 5, 2013 3:29 pm 

White man real

I just say real stuff and this white man is real lol

Posted November 5, 2013 3:24 pm 


Deep water that was crazy what u said tho Floyd won’t be talk about with great fighters come on know I’m with u when u right but come on

Posted November 5, 2013 3:22 pm 


I am stupid. I don’t even understand your name on here. Are only white men real?

Posted November 5, 2013 3:21 pm 


Lol now that is true Floyd will always b talked about when u talk about boxing please dude stop

Posted November 5, 2013 3:20 pm 


Boxing fans like good boxing no matter who is fighting. Racist guys stuck in the past and unhappy with their lives bring up color and race

Posted November 5, 2013 3:19 pm 

White man real

Deep water stop commenting u sound stupid lol

Posted November 5, 2013 3:18 pm 

White man real

He’ll the truth is the truth the last white champ we had was tommy Morrison and jerry coony and they didn’t last no time lol but it’s cool cuz I just love boxing but America we need to back are boxers up like Mexicans and other countries do so what if they black brown or white they Americans any champ that is American I like them

Posted November 5, 2013 3:17 pm 


Floyd is the best now but against all time guys he won’t be mentioned. Sweet pea Whitaker and Chavez are rated higher.

Posted November 5, 2013 3:12 pm 

Mick the Marmalizer

Off subject:
What’s this I’m hearing about Tyson/Holyfield III? Tell me it’s not true!!

Posted November 5, 2013 3:11 pm 


White man wow something to think about but Floyd is for all ppl but he is just good at what he do and is helping save the sport cuz y’all of us dig deep when his name is said or when he fight records are broke and it’s his old record at that lol Floyd is the best right now like it or don’t

Posted November 5, 2013 3:07 pm 


Ggg is more popular in NYC then quillen

Posted November 5, 2013 3:06 pm 


Duran ,hearns, Leonard would of killed Floyd. Look what Leonard did to Floyd sr. Leonard solved the mayweather puzzle. YouTube it

Posted November 5, 2013 3:03 pm 


Sorry whoever comes down to 154. Canelo is a gingerbread man Mexican hype job

Posted November 5, 2013 3:01 pm 


Sredmond says.., “Abel Sanchez makes and presides over PEANUTS his take on the marketability of this bout is laughable his fighter is NOT a draw and brings NOTHING to the table relative to FloydAbel Sanchez makes and presides over PEANUTS his take on the marketability of this bout is laughable his fighter is NOT a draw and brings NOTHING to the table relative to Floyd.”

LMFAO at your unbelievable bias and hate.

GGG just sold out Madison Square Garden… And his marketability just grew a ton MORE—because of his firepower, versatility, ring craft, attacking ability, ring generalship, and overall punch placement—which puts one in mind of Rigondeaux, Kovalev, and Lomachenko … GGG is one of the hottest fighters in the sport right now.

Fans worldwide are going to clamor for a lot more of the true science.

Posted November 5, 2013 3:01 pm 

White man real

Point blank reason they hate Floyd white ppl mad cuz we don’t have a champ Mexicans mad cuz Floyd beat all their Hero’s and over seas ppl mad he is American and African Americans should be happy for him

Posted November 5, 2013 3:00 pm 


So which is it ggg is too big or not good enough? I think Floyd should fight whatever middle champ comes down to 160. Either Martinez or ggg. Quillen sucks and is a paper champ that’s why Jacobs will get the fight. Jacobs is more marketable with a better story. Seriously why don’t you guys want Floyd to close his career with a gigantic win? Martinez is old and on the way out. If ggg beats up Sergio and calls out Floyd at 154 then why make excuses ?

Posted November 5, 2013 3:00 pm 


Flomos are a cancer. I’ve seen animal species that possess higher IQs than their leading intellects. They really are an incredibly stupid bunch of dimwits for the most part.

Their patter follows the same pattern over and over again.

One of them thinks they’ve had a Eureka moment by creating what their feeble intellect has told them is an air-tight argument but in reality is actually full of gaping holes, then the rest of them latch onto it like over-excitable kids on Ritalin suffering from ADD, and then they regurgitate it until the cows come home. Even the argument has been shot down and completely debunked they continue to argue against it with their thoroughly debunked argument.

They’re like a bunch of robots who’ve been programmed to construct gobbledygook sentences out of a small selection of random words and repeat them endlessly, all the while never once realizing what they’re saying doesn’t make any sense.

You only make yourself look more stupid by engaging in arguments with them.

Posted November 5, 2013 2:59 pm 


The TRUE subtext of these FIENDS overtures in regards to Floyd is “Find a Way to Lose we are tired of seeing your hand raised” they want a fighter with a roadmap to retirement and projected date to participate in his own demise.. GGGS people are NOT gonna let him fight “Anybody” that’s BS and just propaganda to support the stench of his resume.. Do you think if Stevenson called him out he’d take that bout???? HELL NO and why? Stevensons no tricky boxer but he’s BIGGER and more powerful… Golovkins regular advantages at his weight class would be nullified an thus his people would not put him out there like that… Floyd Mayweather has dispensed wit his comfort at a given weight class 4x and fought the lineal there… How many times has GGG done this “Drum Roll” NONE…. He had not even fought stiff comp in the only division he calls a home… Golovkin needs to earn his place in the sport and scanning the yellow pages for faded boxers with no credentials is NOT gonna do it..

Posted November 5, 2013 2:56 pm 


GGG is too big and there is no proof he can make 154. Not to mention the previous times Floyd fought at Jr Middle was against fighters that started out at lower weight classes. Even Canelo came up from 147 or a bit highter. GGG started at 160 and has maintained that weight. So that there is a big difference. Plus Floyd is a small welter. On fight night he weighed 146 before fighting Canelo. He is too small to be at Jr middle much less fighting guys coming down from 160. Floyd is an all time great and that is just something you will have to deal with. Why doesn’t GGG move up in weight and fight someone or actually fight a real Jr Middle just to see if he can even make 154?

Posted November 5, 2013 2:55 pm 


Why everybody that hate Floyd comment when his name is said if u don’t like him why say anything but why they always want Floyd to fight all these big fighters now y’all want him to fight middle weights what’s next light heavy weight lets keep in mind Floyd only weight walk around 150lb these guy y’all talk bout walk around 170 -180 come on why y’all don’t say that about PAC or let ggg fight light heavy y’all want Floyd to loose that bad he good get over it

Posted November 5, 2013 2:45 pm 


Old Coot.., “Floyd couldn’t knock my old ass out!”

I guess you take a better shot than Ricky Hatton. Maybe you’re more elusive.

Posted November 5, 2013 2:45 pm 


Deep water, who were all these GREAT fighters closing their careers with 90% of them their career at the TOP and Undefeated Records were over before 37 years old when Money will fight again…How was Ray Leonard faring after 34 against Norris? Floyd already has MORE career bouts than SRL…
Rays wins over Duran, Hearns and Hagler are certainly gold but no one was raising the bar for Ray at 37, he was living off his name meanwhile Floyd just Unified the JR MW division weighing 150 pounds soaking wet..

Posted November 5, 2013 2:40 pm 


GGG is now a big threat

Posted November 5, 2013 2:37 pm 

boxing barlow

How about Kovalev? lol

Posted November 5, 2013 2:36 pm 


Floyd will destroy triple g, I like ruslans chances to beat Floyd than triple g

Posted November 5, 2013 2:33 pm 


Deep water, the current MW Champ as recognized by Ring Mag and the most influential bodies in the sports name is Sergio Martinez NOT Gennady Golovkin!!! Just like GGG would not get nearly the same cache facing Quillin as opposed to Martinez… If Guys TRULY wanted Mayweather to face the MOST accomplished MW Fighter operating today it would be Maravilla… Another fight, ANOTHER division is only gonna begin ANOTHER raising of the bar and debate… Golovkin KNOWS he’s TOO big for Mayweather that’s why he’s discussing Dropoing to a division he’s NEVER fought in as a pro while in his early 30’s…. Would current boxing fans (specifically some of the scum) on this site give Mayweather credit for technically out boxing GGG at 154??? I seriously DOUBT it, they whined like “Wash Women” and common hoes when Canelo dropped 1.5 pounds between weighin for Trout and then for Mayweather… They would give this PLODDING MW a get out of jail free card like they always do…

Posted November 5, 2013 2:32 pm 


i like ggg but yall going to far floyd will out box ggg just like he did canelo floyd has fought 6 cvhamps went up in weight and yall still call him chicken or cherry picker please yall just haters not fight fans cuz a real fight fan would be glad floyd is doing this for boxing

Posted November 5, 2013 2:30 pm 

boxing barlow

As soon as GGG comes up against a fighter with a decent defence he’s gonna be in trouble. There are suggestions that he is gonna step up and fight Froch at supermiddle with a view to matching him up with Ward after that. His people are in cookoo land if they think thats a good idea. Froch is way too big, way too strong, way too powerful and has a way too good chin to be blasted out by GGG.

Posted November 5, 2013 2:28 pm 

Public Enemy

GGG’s opponents have been much better then any Canelo has beaten or Chavez Jr. so why all the hype for those two cheaters??

Posted November 5, 2013 2:27 pm 

boxing barlow

What are people basing GGG being so good on? Beating Stevens? He was beat by Jesse Brinkley for christ sake! Macklin? Who was KO’d by domestic fighter Jamie Moore! And theres pretty much no one worth mentioning after that. Lets see him blast out Martinez, or move up and blast out Froch. The reality is at the minute GGG does not have a single decent name on his record.

Posted November 5, 2013 2:25 pm 



Posted November 5, 2013 2:11 pm 


Do you really think Little Floyd will fight GGG?. GGG is far too dangerous. LF plays it safe. chicken chit.

Posted November 5, 2013 2:08 pm 


would you agree that if floyd fought and defeteated the currnet middleweight champ at 154 a weight he has already fought at 3 times, that awin there would add to his legacy and be asuperfight to retire on? or would you just say ggg is too big? a special fighter would do it. floyd is gonna close the show with ortiz 2, khan, and alexander. hall of fame yes. great for his era , yes. but p4p best boxer ever no. not even top 10. not even top 15.

Posted November 5, 2013 2:00 pm 


Floyd is the James Bond of boxing he makes risk look like a day at the office and rarely gets blood on his tuxedo… He wins fights BEFORE and AFTER jail time… He deals with rancor and discord in his own Camp and he wins… These other fighters have EXCUSES for ALL their losses and most are not losing to unbeatable fighters, I remember when Paul Williams was “the most avoided man” supposedly then he got differs by Quintana, starched by Sergio and needed a GIFT against Lara… I’m not saying the Punisher was not a very tough proposition but theae heavily hyped fighters are often found out in short order… To Pauls credit he was facing WAY more dangerous that Golovkin who is being fed a “Gluten and Risk Free” diet of sofa padding to showcase his power against..What risks has this neophyte taken? Hes a 160 pounder beating up spent forces from 154 and C level guys like Stevenson, he’s good at it but he’s beginning to look like Chris Arreola as it pertains to quality of who he actuall BEATS….GGG is NOT the Boss of ANYTHING, not even his own weight class… He’s gotta get thru Sergio for that, not Stevenson, Ouma, Ishida or Rosado… FACTS

Posted November 5, 2013 1:42 pm 


Deep water all I can say is really come on man next issue

Posted November 5, 2013 1:37 pm 


Floyd takes plenty of risks. He has gone through 5 divisions. I believe that is taking risks. He has won 4 lineal championships and a title in the division he did not win the lineal championship. That is taking risk.

Posted November 5, 2013 1:29 pm 


special fighters take risk and win big. floyd doesnt take risks. not big risks anyway. floyd is great for his era but not an all time p4p fighter. Duran,leonard hearns, walker,fitzimmons,ali,ect ect are head and shoulders above. calzage is undefeated just like floyd is.

Posted November 5, 2013 1:28 pm 


Well said

Posted November 5, 2013 1:20 pm 


From a skills set and accomplishment perspective GGG is TERRIBLE fighter on comparison to Floyd Mayweather.. Guys are jacking off cause he “cut off the ring” against Stevenson? Stevensons footwork was not good nor his balance and that’s simply NOT some sort of HOF attribute in isolation…Floyd Mayweather has been able to dominate and control boxers in 5 weight classes without being a BIG puncher… He’s hardly tall or heavy (small) even for the 147 pound class… When Prescott and Alvarado fought at 140 both came in around 157 on the night of the bout… Mayweather barely hits 150 to face the TOP 154 pounder who has come to the ring as high as 172 during 2013….Golovkin has a punchers chance and not a SINGLE thing more his style vs Mayweathers is to dancing as Frankenstein to Michael Jackson’s .. The physical mismatch is the CRUX of the anti-Mayweather factions dream, 12 rounds avoiding a SHOT from an opponent well beyond your weight class is a long time and despite this bout having 000000 natural origins this is all they have… Abel Sanchez makes and presides over PEANUTS his take on the marketability of this bout is laughable his fighter is NOT a draw and brings NOTHING to the table relative to Floyd…Mayweather has ONLY fought MASSIVE contests above his proper division of 147 COTTO, Oscar and Canelo… Golovkins career and prestige in the sport is going on and on about Floyd Mayweather in a division he NEVER fight in… The man should take a page from Danny Garcias book and gain control of his own weight class, Garcias the front runner for a Mayweather bout and GGG can ride around the planet with a picture of Stevensons corpse on his van he’s still not gonna get the kinda buzz it would take for FMJ to face a MW..This bout has no chance of ever happening

Posted November 5, 2013 1:15 pm 

Tomato Can

The Pacquiao/Mayweather fight will happen at sometime, but probably not for another 2-3 years, both fighters will be well past it, and Mayweather will win easy, with his superior boxing skill. It won’t prove anything because the argument will be that Pacquiao was no longer the dynamo he once was.

Posted November 5, 2013 1:09 pm 


But like I said we can forget that fight as long as PAC is with top rank

Posted November 5, 2013 1:03 pm 


Old coot Floyd will never fight PAC like cotto did he tied to slug with PAC and was to slow and didn’t have the wind to keep up with PAC Floyd has that to wind but yeah if that PAC show up it will be great fight but we haven’t seen that PAC sense the whole juicing thing came up not saying he did or not saying he didn’t but PAC made seem as tho it was

Posted November 5, 2013 1:00 pm 

Old Coot

Teepee: I keep telling ya’ll… That if anything approaching the Pacquiao that beat-down Cotto shows up… Floyd is in some DEEP DOO-DOO!!

Posted November 5, 2013 12:48 pm 

boxing barlow

Also although I think Floyd wins, its not pretty. I always thought the fight would look something like Cazlaghe V Hopkins, but a version where hopkins (mayweather) would have been slightly more effective and would have actually done enough to win the fight.

Posted November 5, 2013 12:42 pm 


Agree with u so Floyd can beat him already but u know it won’t happen till PAC leave TR

Posted November 5, 2013 12:37 pm 


Yes this is boxing and anything can happen but only if Floyd try to slug with PAC which Floyd won’t i c a boxing clinic again in that fight

Posted November 5, 2013 12:35 pm 

boxing barlow

dont get me wrong I think Floyd beats Pacman, but he its still the fight I wanna see most.

Posted November 5, 2013 12:35 pm 


Boxing b I like what u said till the end PAC is no threat like y’all think not nocking PAC but he can’t out box Floyd

Posted November 5, 2013 12:33 pm 

boxing barlow

Mayweather would whoop GG big time. GGG’s power will be of no use against a guy who he is unable to land a glove on. The only threat to Mayweather is still Pacman!

Posted November 5, 2013 12:27 pm 

Tomato Can

The only chance this fight will happen if Mayweather has something to gain. Even then, a lot of roadblocks will need to be removed. But as it stands the only thing he has to gain with a GGG fight is the respect od a couple of hardcore fans. Most of the ones calling for the fight are fans that hope to gain the pleasure of seeing Mayweather lose.

Posted November 5, 2013 12:24 pm 


Take a look at GGG’s last 10 fights as compared to 37yrs old Mayweather and tell me if anything suggests he deserves a shot. If GGG wants a shot let him come in @147lbs or GTFOH, this ain’t no charity.

Posted November 5, 2013 12:15 pm 

Mick the Marmalizer

PBF vs GGG @ 154Lb has to be the biggest fight out there & would gross a fortune. “Bring it on”!!………….

Posted November 5, 2013 12:14 pm 


Don’t put too much faith in that list, TooSalty. Guerrero came and went like a flash flood. So have, and so will others. It’s a joke really because many boxers on the mythical P4P list will never fight each other,

The divisional rankings are the only lists that count. They represent the true story of what is going on in the boxing world, and when someone appears or disappears from that list, or gets moved around on it, it’s because of the boxers they fought, not the ones they didn’t.

Seems like everyone within 30 pounds of Mayweather thinks they should have a shot at the cash cow. Of course if they get the opportunity to fight him, they claim and/or actually believe they can beat Floyd. But even if they don’t–and they haven’t yet–everything’s all better when they review their bank account.

Anyways, so what if GGG isn’t on the P4P list yet? His name isn’t on there simply because he hasn’t fought one of the big names yet (Interestingly, Guerrero made the list before he ever fought a contemporary big name, then immediately fell off of it after he lost to one). But not because he isn’t a great fighter. Still, that day will come soon enough as GGG is destined to be on it.

Meanwhile, you and everyone else would do best to disregard any P4P lists because they are often based on incomparables and untruths.

Posted November 5, 2013 12:08 pm 

Mick the Marmalizer

Off subject: I’ve heard J.C.Chavez Jr vs Sakio Bika’s in the offing & it’s likely to happen due to the WBC being a Mexican run sanctioning body!

Posted November 5, 2013 12:06 pm 


opps w/v s/b WK for klitschko

Posted November 5, 2013 11:47 am 


Rings P4P list. I dont totally agree but here you go


Rem GGG is not even on the list dude, CMON stop making this guy something he isnt, he is who we THINK he is. A good c+ fighter with some pop.

Posted November 5, 2013 11:44 am 


Yeah Bhop did he’ll he still trying he called out Floyd but he isn’t the only one other race fighters have to but it’s about boxing not all that bs

Posted November 5, 2013 11:36 am 



no one fears this dude, one of the G’s stands for generic. He is so basic its crazy. Im going to take your logic for a sec, everyone in my own div fears me so let me, im the baddest man on the planet so i will call and fight smaller guys south of my div, because they are not affraid. Why not call guys out north of your div, since you say everyone in your div is affraid, that makes more since right?

Posted November 5, 2013 11:35 am 


Won’t happen….GGG is a high risk low reward.

Posted November 5, 2013 11:32 am 



Are you sick 3rd on P4P list, where? Who has he beat anyone on the P4 list, no? 1.FM,2. Ward 3.Rigo. Where do you get 3rd on P4P list from?

Posted November 5, 2013 11:30 am 


3Gs pedigree is proven by the crickets heard when he calls out elite fighters at his weight. Martinez wants no part of him Quillens not in that class and Canelo is still being protected and maneuvered around the elite at 54 so forget 3G. IMO 3G is 3rd p4p in the world and only Ward can beat him. Floyd fans can make the argument that he’s to big but the mans pedigree is proven by his peers fear.

Posted November 5, 2013 11:26 am 


Yeah I would want to c Canelo fight ggg slugger on slugger that would make more of a fight than Floyd and ggg

Posted November 5, 2013 11:26 am 


I hate to admit it, but Max is right about Hopkins calling out the smaller guys with big names.He called out ODH,Mosley,WWright etc, but it has nothing to do with Race. Nobody is avoiding GGG, he is a good C+ fighter, why would someone avoid him?

Posted November 5, 2013 11:21 am 

Public Enemy

GGG needs to start Calling out Canelo and exposing him as the little protected Primadonna we all know him to be..

Posted November 5, 2013 11:17 am 

Public Enemy

LOL Canelo and his team are hiding in a cave waiting for GGG to leave town.. ROFOMAO.. what pussseeess..

Posted November 5, 2013 11:15 am 


Lot’s of idiots on this sight.

Posted November 5, 2013 11:10 am 


Max this is a boxing site nobody said race but u keep it about boxing

Posted November 5, 2013 11:00 am 


Don’t get me wrong ggg is good for boxing but I don’t like it when all these big guy won’t fight in their weight class so they risk going in the ring weak just to try to bully the small guy ggg can fight Bhop

Posted November 5, 2013 10:58 am 


First I’m ur daddy 2nd ggg can fight at 168 so ward can make that and yeah he said dq but no sooner than he said it he changed his mind and 3rd I think Floyd will beat him cuz all he do is slugg and that’s not going to work with boxers 4th he is goring to have to drug test

Posted November 5, 2013 10:54 am 


Wow Teepee seems like only a few of us has any sence on this site. WHY GGG WONT CALL OUT GUYS HIS SIZE. THE OTHER QUESTION IS WHY DONT WE EXPECT HIM TO FIGHT FIGHT THE SAME SIZE GUYS. Again Ward would finish GGG with 5, Martinez would outbox and beat him up pretty good.

Posted November 5, 2013 10:51 am 


Teepee are you simple minded, deaf or ignorant? Golovkin specifically called out Quillin in the ring after Stevens. As for Ward, if he could make 154 without cutting off a leg he’d be desperately chasing Mayweather himself.

Posted November 5, 2013 10:49 am 


Well if Canelo is not scard of ggg why don’t ggg call out ward or kid chocolate is he scared why the smaller guy

Posted November 5, 2013 10:31 am 


Everybody want Floyd cuz that’s how u get the big money so that shows Floyd don’t need pacman but why ggg won’t fight Canelo his size next heavy weights are going to want Floyd

Posted November 5, 2013 10:25 am 

Top Dawg

Everybody ALL of the HATERS have said Floyd wouldn’t FIGHT: Hatton, Mosley, Cotto, and Canelo, FLOYD DID fight and BEAT them!! So why would Floyd be AFRAID to fight GGG?

Posted November 5, 2013 10:00 am 


GGG….beating Floyd? Are people crazy or smoking cheap pot?

Posted November 5, 2013 9:02 am 


His hiding in the basement with te tumbo, are you happy now? GGG also wants Cotto, what do you think about that fight, enemy?

Posted November 5, 2013 8:43 am 


In what world is anybody vs Ward a ‘Super Fight’? Ward can’t fill a church hall. GGG vs Froch is a ‘Super Fight’. That would be absolute carnage.

Posted November 5, 2013 6:58 am 

Pup you

Lol now sredmond uses new username ” kissing merry” …..his new mission after protecting Lewis retirement and accusing paqiao for not taking the test now he “MUST “go after ggg resume by all means ….sick fok!!!

Posted November 5, 2013 6:28 am 

Ray Ray

He also wants 2 go up 2 168…. only super fight there is Ward…id like 2 c Golovkin unify middlewieggt titles 1st….however if 1 of these fights gets the nod than bring it on.

Posted November 5, 2013 6:15 am 

Ray Ray

Golovkin wont beat Floyd at 154.

Posted November 5, 2013 6:08 am 


Whenever you think about an all time great you would be excited for him to fight a champion one weight class above so ou can see him test his greatness. The fact is Floyd fought at 154 a few times already. If the champ at 160 wants to one down for a challenge then fans should be excited. Most guys on here are making excuses for it not to happen. Floyd is a hall of famer but he is not a historic p4p guy because he would fight ggg if he was not make excuses . But ,shoulda, coulda, woulda. Floyd is not special like the greats before him.

Posted November 5, 2013 5:52 am 


What astounds me in most of these reactions are that many are so subjective, little to no objectivity based on liking one fighter over the other. Personally, I dont like Floyds behaviour, prefer the ladi back likable Pacman, though I think its all a ploy by Floyd to play the villain, because history shows they get paid more. But how can anyone think that if they fought at 152/154 that GGG would be superior. Get over like Floyd or not, guys got MAD SKILLS! He made Canelo look like a glorified sparring partner. Canelo said during the press conference that Floyd was MUCH better than he thought. GGG is good, in fact very good, and I like him, but versus Floyd same script different actors. I saw GGG fight Stevens, who by the way was ranked 9th, yes 9th. Now one question who has GGG fought that would give Floyd a run for his money……………….CRICKETS……………. its pretty silent. GGG has not fought ANYONE I repeat ANYONE of world class status NOT ONE, NOT ONE. Please stop hyping him up. Is he good yes, in fact very good. He has superstar status written all over him BUT he needs to prove it by beating world class competition. Not by fighting a 5’7 punching bag. Like really

Posted November 5, 2013 5:50 am 


M against this weight draining of boxers from the time SRL did it to Lalonde to Pac & May. Bpxing is hard enough with all your strength why bother giving us false impressions. You all saw how weak SRL looked against Terrible Terry Norris, ODH vs Pacman, Alvarez vs Mayweather. catchweights are crap.

Posted November 5, 2013 4:59 am 


This fight won’t ever happen but,can you imagine if it did GGG losess and he was “weak at the weight”so floyds a badun for makeing him come down even tho GGG is doing all the chasing,and if GGG wins he was “too big on the night for Floyd” so it dosent count.I wouldn’t blame floyd for taking all easy fights from now on,he gets criticised every wich way he go’s.GGG looks the part no doubt about it and has the amateur pedigree too,but lets not do a Avarez with him he hasn’t beat anybody in his own division of note yet to be calling out the main man if he’s good enough his time will come.

Posted November 5, 2013 4:34 am 

Old Coot

Well maybe if Floyd sucker-punched me like he did Ortiz… And even that’s a MAYBE!!

Posted November 5, 2013 3:39 am 

Old Coot

Tark: Absorb who’s punishment? FLOYD’s? HAAAAAH!! Floyd couldn’t knock my old ass out! LOL!!

Posted November 5, 2013 3:38 am 


Bradley and Pacquiao don’t have the reach and height to match up with Floyd.. They don’t defend well enough or absorb punishment well enough.. GGG is quicker and faster, tougher, stronger, defends better, cuts the ring off better, attacks better, uses better shot selection once he traps you.. He could finish Floyd with any shot.. But that’s at 160.. Most likely he cannot get to 154 and be the same guy.

Posted November 5, 2013 3:35 am 

Old Coot

I keep telling ya’ll… If anything close to the Manny that showed up to fight Cotto, shows up to fight Floyd? Floyd is in some DEEP DOO-DOO!!!

Posted November 5, 2013 3:33 am 

Old Coot

And NOPE!! I don’t wanna hear that “Floyd easily beat Marquez” either… Apples and oranges styles dude… Meaning, Bradley vindicated my oppinion that Marquez can only beat fighters who come to fight in his face, like Manny… He is too lead footed to get to those like Floyd or Tim… And if Manny fought like Tim or Floyd… Marquez couldn’t touch him… Just like he couldn’t Floyd or Tim… But that is not a real crowd-pleaser like Manny’s style… And it wouldn’t matter when Manny comes to get Floyd either… Because again… Floyd don’t throw enough, hit hard enough to scare Manny, nor is Floyd willing to take the punishment that Marquez was in order to KO Manny… Hell, Marquez barely scared Manny either…. That in part is how Manny got KO’d.

Posted November 5, 2013 3:29 am 


And yes I like to see ggg vs Stevenson but at 160 just like ggg wants mayweather at his own weight 154 … Gag …gag…

Posted November 5, 2013 3:25 am 


Hahahaha floyed die hard fans in panic…!!! Lol
First they attacked ggg as being hyped and no resume now they admit he beats Martinez and quelin and now they are saying he should fight Stevenson at Lhw… Lol they forget the fact that floyed didn’t even take a fight at the weight he is a champion against Canelo he dropped 2 pounds …lol

Posted November 5, 2013 3:23 am 

Old Coot

@ Happyboy: Tripz-G is quick enough to graze Floyd a few… But not to land solid. Manny or Bradley are the only ones with the collection of attributes to get to and hit Floyd enough to win… And in Manny’s case, he just has to learn to not show Floyd any respect and always attack with great head and upper body movement to throw off the accuracy of Floyd’s counter pot shots… And it would work great… Because it worked against Marquez’ counters and he throws a third more punches per round than Floyd does… Now I know you can’t wait to say- “But that is how Marquez KO’d Manny”… To which I say apple and oranges dude… Floyd in NO way, throws enough shots or is willing to take 3 or four hard Pacman shots, just to try to keep Manny at bay, let alone to land that perfect KO shot like Marquez was willing to take and did land… NO WAY! And those things are what Floyd fans are blind to… Not to mention. Floyd just don’t hit hard enough to KO Manny or keep him at bay either. Floyd may perhaps catch Manny with a speed shot off balance and knock him down like Marquez did… But Floyd KO Manny? I don’t think so!

Posted November 5, 2013 3:19 am 



Mayweather has nothing to prove unlike GGG who has a resume full of bums, if his so good at giving an asswhipping let him go fight Stevenson and SOG and will see how really good he is instead of trying to pick on smaller fighters. Would any of these haters wanna see Floyd vs say Mickey Garcia, ofcourse not.Bunch of dumb ass haters on this site, so desperate that now you want a WW to fight a MW but don’t want the MW to fight SMW & Cruisers, wtf is up with that?

Posted November 5, 2013 2:04 am

Yes I like to see mayweather with Mickey Garcia but mayweather has to go down just as ggg is willing to go down. …. Gag …gag…

Posted November 5, 2013 3:18 am 

Old Coot

@ Happyboy: Tripz-G is quick enough to graze Floyd a few… But not to land solid. Manny or Bradley are the only ones with the collections of attributes to get to and hit Floyd enough to win… And in Manny’s case, he just has to learn to not show Floyd any respect and always attack with great head and upper body movement to throw off the accuracy of Floyd’s counter pot shots… And it would work great… Because it worked against Marquez’ counters and he throws a third more punches per round than Floyd does… Now I know you can’t wait to say- “But that is how Marquez KO’d Manny”… To which I say apple and oranges dude… Floyd is in NO way, throws enough shots or is willing to take 3 or four hard Pacman shots to keep Manny at bay, let along land that perfect KO shot like Marquez was and did… NO WAY! And those things are what Floyd fans are blind to… Not to mention. Floyd just don’t hit hard enough to KO Manny or keep him at bay either. Floyd may perhaps catch Manny with a speed shot off balance and knock him down like Marquez did… But not KO him? I don’t think so!

Posted November 5, 2013 3:14 am 


The insecurity of these Mayweather fanatics is astounding to behold. They can’t even begin to conceal it either.

They do a better job of concealing their racism than they do of hiding it, and they’re absolutely useless at doing that.

I actually feel like I’m watching a group of young children in the playground here.

Grow up and stop being such big babies.

Posted November 5, 2013 3:13 am 


I’m a Mayweather fan please bring GGG at 154lbs. This will be similar to all other Floyd’s fights. End result a replica, reaction from his detractors the same. Don’t waste our time please. Preconceived notion that Floyd is a coward right, then why expect a clown and a coward to fight a monster like GGG? You can’t have it both ways.

Posted November 5, 2013 3:13 am 


You guys are talking about GGG being a bully picking on lil FLoyd saying he should fight Stevenson instead?

THINK about what GGG is actually saying. Floyd Mayweather holds a JMW belt, and GGG says I can make JMW, and a lot of us are of the firm belief he would stop almost any JMW. Floyds beaten Cotto, and Canelo, so IF Floyd wants to fight again at JMW – it is either Trout, who has defeats and no buzz, or Golovkin who has HBO and buzz aplenty and building by the fight.

So what you have is a champion declining to defend his belt because he doesn`t believe he belongs in the division – so give up the belt then.

GGG fighting Stevenson is not comparable since Stevenson is NOT offering to come down to a division where GGG holds a belt.

I`m not actually all that interested in seeing FLoyd lose to Golovkin and blame the size difference, it`s not like there aren`t payday fights around his division as is – like Chavez, Froch, Kessler in Denmark.

It`s good that it is hanging out there though for Mayweather to address. He should just admit to not being a JMW.

Posted November 5, 2013 3:11 am 

Old Coot

@ Happyboy: As we all know, styles make fights… One of the biggest truisms of pugilism… So maybe this will clarify… Neither Floyd nor Tripz-G are good enough to beat Pacman skillz wise… Tripz-G would likely lose to Floyd’s great defense, but he’d likely KO Manny… Because unlike Floyd, he is so big and too powerful for Manny, who also unlike Floyd would come to actually fight Tripz-G and get KOd. Got it?

Posted November 5, 2013 3:03 am 


Old Coot – GGG is anything but slow footed he moves very well just not as well as Floyd. I just want to see him against a world class opponent no more bums,

Posted November 5, 2013 3:00 am 


Those are the fights he needs meanwhile Mayweather needs to finish off his career with Bradley, Pacman, Garcia & Alexander all @ WW.

Posted November 5, 2013 2:56 am 

Old Coot

Happyboy: What are you talking about?… I said more than once that Tripz-G is probably too slow-footed for Floyd… You’re the second one to tell me that… WTF? Can ya’ll read?… However, I’d still like to see the fight anyway… But Floyd would probably win similar to how he did over Canelo. By UD!

Posted November 5, 2013 2:54 am 


Old Coot – forget Mayweather vs GGG cause that just makes you sound foolish. GGG needs to get Kid Chocolate, Martinez then move up to SMW and fight Froch and SOG. No more BUM OF THE WEEK fights against the likes of Stevens who just sat on the ropes as soon as he hot punched, as that proves absolutely nothing. The guy is over 30yrs and time is ticking and his not even rated on P4P yet ya’all goung on as if histhe best thing since sliced bread.

Posted November 5, 2013 2:50 am 


SREDMOND: Every year, the list gets longer for Mayweather. The whole world, their friends and foes — they all want to fight Mayweather. It’s crazy how people accuse Mayweather of ducking dangerous fighters who are not even in his weight class. GGG really needs to stick with the guys his own size or go up in weight. Even 154 is not a natural weight for Mayweather.

Posted November 5, 2013 2:33 am 


Word on the street is that Khan v Mosley is close to being signed for early 2014. Another over-the-hill opponent for Khan. I respect Shane, but really? Please don’t give this guy Khan a shot, Floyd. He hasn’t earned it – and a sparring session with a faded Sugar Shane won’t change that.

Posted November 5, 2013 2:25 am 

Old Coot

I meant he is against fighters who are not as defensively conscious or fleet footed as Floyd.

Posted November 5, 2013 2:18 am 

Old Coot

TARK: Tripz-G is a natural attacker against fighter, not an defensively conscious or fleet footed as Floyd. I just think he is not quite quick enough to get to Floyd enough.

Posted November 5, 2013 2:18 am 

Old Coot

Happyboy: If you bothered to read… I don’t think Tripz-G is fleet-footed enough to catch Floyd… Only Pacman or Bradley are.

Posted November 5, 2013 2:15 am 

Proud African

It’s funny Golovkin can move down but will not move up to face Adonis Stevenson or Andre Ward.

Posted November 5, 2013 2:15 am 

In the know…

I think Abel had it in reverse. Mayweather is the only guy that can give GGG the kind of payday he’s looking for.

Posted November 5, 2013 2:12 am 


This fight has a 000000 percent chance of happening GGG’s trainer cannot substantiate a single thing from a revenue standpoint, his fighter is invisible outside of hardcore fans… He and Mayweather are physically divided by PLENTY and the thought of listening to queers on ESB discussing “being drained” would make wanna puke..

Posted November 5, 2013 2:10 am 


GGG will beat everyone from 154-168. Mayweather should step up and fight GGG. He’s the one that says weight does matter, it’s skills that matter, so make the fight and we’ll see if he can back it up against a legitimate true fighter that has experience and isn’t afraid to fight anyone. Ward will be a tough fight, but I think GGG has the potential to beat him, and would.

Posted November 5, 2013 2:07 am 


Mayweather has nothing to prove unlike GGG who has a resume full of bums, if his so good at giving an asswhipping let him go fight Stevenson and SOG and will see how really good he is instead of trying to pick on smaller fighters. Would any of these haters wanna see Floyd vs say Mickey Garcia, ofcourse not.Bunch of dumb ass haters on this site, so desperate that now you want a WW to fight a MW but don’t want the MW to fight SMW & Cruisers, wtf is up with that?

Posted November 5, 2013 2:04 am 


Prize not price.

Posted November 5, 2013 2:01 am 

Ya mama

Floyd not stupid enough to fight GGG, why what the upside? Non, ATG? not worth the risk as he don’t care what people talk about him, it’s business, at this early stage he probably could survive and beat GGG who has Terry norris trainer now. But who knows? Pluss Floyd doesn’t want that kind of pressure all night,for as if he would win many would say GGG was not the real thing no big thing.

Posted November 5, 2013 2:00 am 


I agree with Tark that GGG will beat Martinez & Quillin but not Ward but I just don’t understand this stupidityof expecting a guy who started off as a JLW, hasn’t weighed above 150lbs must now fight a MW. Why should he do that? Why shouldn’t GGG fight Stevenson then if that is the case, it’s the same thing ain’t it. Bozing fans can get real dumb at times.

Posted November 5, 2013 1:59 am 


Everyone trying to get Floyd in the ring usually get it(asswhooping) with or without Floyd they get it. All of them, Pacman, Khan, Cotto, Margachito:-) Lucas a latest victim, GGG will be next, as these fools don’t even want to do the minimum which is focus on their division, clean it out then look for legacy building fights, GGG hasn’t accomplished anything meaningful yet and he’s already calling out the biggest price in Boxing, that’s pure arrogance and it will catch up with him. If the fight takes place at 147, Floyd by wide UD, same for 150, but at 154 it will be close but still Floyd by decision, he’s just to smart for a slow moving and thinking fighter like GGG.

Posted November 5, 2013 1:57 am 

B Red

As much as Old Coot hates Floyd, he understands the mastery of the game, and knows Floyd will whip Triple G, ya dig

Posted November 5, 2013 1:54 am 


Old Coot – then why do you want him to fight a MW champion if his not even the best WW? Never underestimate the predictability of stupidity.

Posted November 5, 2013 1:52 am 


Old Coot…, You’re dead wrong.. Floyd is not too quick for Golovkin.. GGG cuts Floyd off just fine and punishes him.. Floyd cannot escape anyway in Hell.. Golovkin is a natural attacker.. The only thing that could beat him would be going to 154.. He’s never fought that light and he’s rock solid when he enters the ring.

I see GGG knocking out Martinez and Quillin and going after Ward… I don’t see the Floyd fight happening.. Floyd is very smart and didn’t even go after Jermain Taylor.

Posted November 5, 2013 1:50 am 

Old Coot

@ JWales: Yep… And Floyd ain’t even the best at 147!

Posted November 5, 2013 1:36 am 


Floyd says he’s the number one at 154 but as usual he avoids the best such as Lara, Molina, Angulo, GGG.

Posted November 5, 2013 1:33 am 

Old Coot

And Zera… I hope “lounging-in”, was a typo because it’s actually “lunging-in”.

Posted November 5, 2013 1:31 am 


Sounds as if the Void fans do not want Void to get knocked out!!! Martinez has also offered to go down to 154 for a fight with Void, afterall, Void has the 154 lb. title, so he should defend that title against 154 contenders. Golovkin would knock Void out, but don’t worry Void fans, Void will never come near Golovkin…………….Void is still running from Pac, has been for years now…………..The author of this article is afraid that Void will fight Golovkin, but he does not need to worry, Void would never take such a fight, Void wants Khan, of course………….

Posted November 5, 2013 1:30 am 

Old Coot

@ Zera: And NOPE… I don’t wanna hear no more “blah” about drug testing… That was BS from day one! Ya’ll, KNOW IT, Pacman KNOWS IT, I KNOW IT. And most of all… FLOYD KNOWS IT! Floyd simply was then and still is now SKEERED o the Pacman!!

Posted November 5, 2013 1:16 am 

Old Coot

@ Zera: Floyd MUST prove his bona fides against The Pacman!!! Otherwise Floyd will have a permanent asterisk next to his overrated ZERO.

Posted November 5, 2013 1:13 am 


Yes please I want GGG to fight Money. Please NO Khan fight. Khan sucks and does NOT deserve a fight with Money.

Posted November 5, 2013 1:09 am 


Zera- Keith Thurman – paqiao at 147

Posted November 5, 2013 1:08 am 


let’s say FMJ fights GGG, then FMJ wins, who’s next? i think FMJ will retire undefeated… there’s no one in todays game seems to be a legit or even a real threat for FMJ… and this is not coming from a fan of FMJ…

Can anyone think of any names that can be a Threat NOW for FMJ??
Danny Garcia? ohhh… cmon, FMJ will school the kid,
Lucas Matthyse? geezz…. it will be an a$$ whoopin,
Manny Pacquiao? the fight is dead people, move on!
Timothy Bradley? with his head lounging in, it will be a beating,
Miguel Cotto? it will not be as close as their last fight, Senior’s already in FMJ’s corner again
Adrien Broner? this wannabe will be left to dust
Amir Khan? another KO win for FMJ
Ruslan Provodnikov? Too slow for FMJ, potshots allnight like its potluck
Marcos Maidana? Will be completely outboxed by FMJ

can anyone help me on this one? anyone from 140-154 will do

Posted November 5, 2013 1:02 am 

Old Coot

TARK: Tripz-G is not much faster at coming forward than Alvarez was… Just a little. He cuts off the ring fine against most fighters… But Floyd’s feet are too quick for him. Again only the likes of Cotto or Bradley are quick enough to keep up with him… While Pacquiao is quick enough to overwhelm him.

Posted November 5, 2013 1:02 am 


First off I said before that I am against this fight because ggg is bigger then floyed and it is not a fair fight , but I don’t understand some Floyd’s fans when they say that they don’t like to see this fight because ggg is not a ppv, really?? Who is getting the money here you or floyed??? Ortiz and Guerrero weren’t the ov type of fighters either ? Or don’t make me mention baldomir …come on already people stop with the ridiculous excuses and comment what you really think!

Posted November 5, 2013 12:54 am 


Old Coot.., Golovkin is not lead footed dude… You’re crazy.

He has great feet and cuts the ring off better than anyone in the sport. What does he have to do for you?? Dance around??? That’s not an efficient or effective style of footwork.. Frazier and Norton trapped Ali on the ropes easy, and they were a lot slower footed than Golovkin.

Pacquiao’s jumping in and out got him in trouble in his last fight.

That’s not how you do it.. No jumps!!! You step.. You don’t dance.. You don’t walk.. You don’t run.. You don’t shuffle.. You don’t skip.. You don’t jump.. You step.. Every second step you’re back in a perfect stance. Forward with forward foot 1st… back with rear foot 1st… left wtih left foot 1st… right with right foot 1st. You shift your stance in the inside for power and leverage.. You cut left and right differently on the inside than the outside.

Gennady has perfect footwork.. He’s very fast.. That’s the reason Stevens couldn’t get to him — and couldn’t get away from him.. Neither could Macklin, Proksa, or anyone else he fought… Lead footed is Arthur Abraham, not Gennady Golovkin.

Posted November 5, 2013 12:51 am 

Tomato Can

Old Coot, good luck with that.

Posted November 5, 2013 12:50 am 


GGG needs to clean out the Middleweight Division before anything else, that is if Martinez, Barker and Kid Chocolate are willing to step up to the plate and put there belts on the line, or next level down Geale, Sturm and Murry (Sturm has ducked GGG for two years), but what can he do If there are no takers? He has to look at other divisions he has no other option.

GGG would be able to make 154 or 168 comfortably. That brings a whole host of other fighters into the fray. Canelo and Lara at 154, Ward, Froch, Chavez Jr and Kessler at 168

FMJ should be fighting Bradley, Broner or Garcia no one else. No one else has really earned the right to have a shot at him. All three of those fights will be huge PPV. If Pac Man gets past Rios then maybe we can have the pipe dream of Pac and Money in the ring together but I don’t see that happening until maybe fight no 50 for Floyd and his biggest payday yet. Love him or hate him he is the biggest name in the sport and holds all the cards and will continue to do until he retires or loses, which ever comes first.

Posted November 5, 2013 12:37 am 


Floyd has a contract with showtime and does not need this. he will get khan next and milk showtime till the fools are dry. good for Floyd. this fight will not happen.

Posted November 5, 2013 12:36 am 

Old Coot

@ Tomato Can: With today’s technology and the fact this fight would be arguably bigger than when HBO and Shobox hooked up for the Tyson VS Lewis match, certainly they can make it happen!

Posted November 5, 2013 12:29 am 

Tomato Can

Of corse GGG, would like to fight Mayweather. The problem is he fights on HBO, and there’s about 10 other guys who fight on Showtime and already fight in Mayweather’s weight classes. Obviously everyone wants to see GGG in there but at this point there’s no way for the fight to come off without networks merging, or fighters breaking contracts. It’s not happening. GGG, is just another fighter gaining publicity by saying he wants to fight Mayweather, at this point.

Posted November 5, 2013 12:22 am 

Old Coot

I meant, That said… I still say Tripz-G is too lead footed to catch Floyd, and ONLY Manny has all the right combination of tools to beat him.

Posted November 5, 2013 12:18 am 

Old Coot

I get a big laugh outta how whenever there is a fighter who could possibly knock Floyd’s head off… His apologist fans immediately chime in with- “Waaaah…. Floyd has already proven he doesn’t need to fight so-and-so.”

I saw that as soon as Pacman got robbed by Bradley… I saw it about Martinez, right before he chose Alvarez, and now with Tripz-G… To which I say No… Floyd can only prove that by beating them like he did Alvarez…

They said… I still say Tripz-G is too lead footed to catch Floyd, and ONLY Manny has all the right combination of tools to beat him.

Posted November 5, 2013 12:15 am 

mayweather 86

As the guy who’s been clamoring for this fight. Thank you Golovkin. Ball is in your court Floyd make it happen.

Posted November 5, 2013 12:08 am 

Old Coot

Peej: Yeah… Floyd’s and ATG at picking opponents that help him sell the ultimate illusion. But he knows that illusion will be exposed if he fights Pacman.

Posted November 5, 2013 12:06 am 


GGG will lose at 154. Pacman or Mayweater will whoop his skinny azz!

Posted November 5, 2013 12:01 am 


Floyd has already proven to be an all time great. He doesn’t have to fight GGG. Floyd has been the lineal champ in 4 different weight classes and owned a title in the other one. He has moved through 5 different divisions. That’s all time great status

Posted November 5, 2013 12:00 am 


“Hidalgo knows everything and its an a*$hole”

Some children never grow up. That would be you spineless worm nameless.

Posted November 4, 2013 11:55 pm 


If Golovkin drops to 154 to fight mayweather he will loose.

Posted November 4, 2013 11:47 pm 


As a Golovkin fan, I don’t actually think Mayweather is under any obligation to fight him. Don’t get me wrong, I’d pay and watch if the fight was made, I just think that Mayweather doesn’t need to fighting guys this much bigger than him to prove his legacy.

Mayweather could probably make 140 fairly easily. He could make 147 by skipping a meal. Heck, he might even manage 135 (though it’d take a toll on those old bones). To me, any fight he has at 154+ is just a bonus.

Point is, if Mayweather is going to lose, I’d prefer it to be because someone is more skilled than him, not just bigger than him. Not to dismiss Golovkin’s skills; he’s a very talented and seasoned boxer, but it’s undeniable that his biggest advantage in a Mayweather fight is his size.
I’d rather see Mayweather lined up with Pac and Bradley and guys like that.

As for Golovkin, I just want to see one of the other 160lb champions (preferably Martinez coz I just don’t think the others would be very competitive with him) stop ducking and give him a shot. I fear the dude is going to be old and over the hill before he gets any meaningful fight.

Posted November 4, 2013 11:04 pm 


2 options here… Floyd runs from the fight or Floyd takes it and lays down for a nap.

Posted November 4, 2013 10:56 pm 


Real boxing fans are foaming at the mouth for a fight like this. I’m not sure what the author is thinking of this not pulling in big money. Anyone who is into boxing knows about Golovkin and how good he is. This is smoke and mirrors. Boxing fans are not idiots. Fairweather fans don’t matter because they wouldn’t be paying to see the fight anyway. This fight will attract a TON of attention!!!

Posted November 4, 2013 10:54 pm 


TARK is the historian, Old Yank is the anchor common sense, kid blast is the senior veteran with the good values, tomato can is a good old fashion poster, te tumbo is a pretentious proud Mexican who makes a lot of sense when he does not think like a Mexican with a complex, Hidalgo knows everything and its an a*$hole, PEEJ is a young true hardcore fan, anonymous is nobody, nameless is the salt and pepper of this joint. To be continued………..

Posted November 4, 2013 10:48 pm 


Not this again. Floyd’s hordes are alreadly breaking out into a cold sweat at the spectre of Gennady residing a solitary division north of their idol, any talk of him entertaining the notion of venturing down to 154 will induce a mass panic attack among his hordes unlike anything we have ever seen. I wish I had a dime for every Flomo I’ve seen calling for Gennady to move up 168 to fight Ward — as far away from Floyd as possible. Actually let me rephrase that. They keep praying to the ghetto god in the sky for him to move up and fight Ward, and as someone so eloquently put it the other day, so a brutha can take his cherry and they can beat their chests and mock the ”inferior races” in mass demonstration of black pride.

The hysteria this topic has induced among Floyd’s hordes is for want of a better phrase, hysterical. Their fear and trepidation is very palpable. The energy it’s been generating could power a small country for a millennium if you could harness and convert it.

Their arguments why Gennady should remain at the furthest reaches of the universe away from Floyd consist of

Gennady is too big for Floyd. But apparently Floyd’s previous opponent Canelo Alvarez wasn’t even though he’s bigger than Gennady, or at worst the same size as him.

Gennady is too slow, Floyd will school him. Even though they lack the basic intelligence to realize how obvious and palpable their fear of Gennady is by their over emotional and irrational protesting and petitioning against the fight.

And even though it’s abundantly clear Gennady

Isn’t at all a big middleweight, which even his rivals, their promoters and managers have admitted
Makes 160 easily
Has said that he can make 154 comfortably
Walks around before training at 168 lbs
Would only have to drop 14 lbs to get down to the weight
An amount of weight which a very large percentage of fighters cut all the time, many of which even more
And it’s not that unusual for fighters to cut much more weight than that

There’s no way in hell that Gennady could get down to the weight. Apparently there’s something different in Gennady’s genetic make up which prevents him doing something that is absolutely rife among fighters of this day and age.

And even though it’s not even disputable Gennady has been and is still too this day being ducked and avoided by virtually every top fighter in his division, apparently he’s the one who is doing all the avoiding.

They also keep bleating this hogwash out

All Gennady has is power
He doesn’t posses much skill
He doesn’t have deceptively good defence for an aggressive come forward aggressor
He’s not a good technician
All those 345 amateur wins mean nothing
Beating all those amateur studs and future pro world champions means squat, even though he did so with a pro style
All those accounts of him bossing rival champions and fellow top pros in sparring mean nothing
All the talk of him beating up current 175 champs, cruiserweights and heavyweights in sparring mean nothing
The journalists and those in the know who say they’ve spoken to a number of fighters who’ve turned down $6000 a month paychecks to spar him because it’s too painful are all lying
The list as long as an giraffe’s neck of his sparring partners and opponents who’ve waxed lyrical about his punching power means nothing
He has a tendency to mark up really easily even though it’s only ever happened in one fight, a fight where he was sick, dehydrated in literally a day or two before as he was making the weight and on various different medications.

Apparently Gennady, who hasn’t even called Floyd out, is a big bully. But you won’t see a single Flomo ever criticizing any of their favorite black fighters for beating up on undersized opponents and calling out fighters from divisions below. How often did B-Hop drag opponents up to divisions they had never fought in or had no right being in? He’s admitted that he did this because it gave him an advantage. He used to call out welterweights and Jr. middleweights all the time when he was the champion at 160. I mean call them out on national TV, lobbying broadcasters like Larry Merchant to publicly accuse them of cowardice if they refused to move up to HIS division and fight him. This was back when he’d barely beaten anyone few of note. A big middleweight calling out naturally much smaller fighters from divisions one and two below his, publicly accusing them of cowardice if they refused to fight him.

Posted November 4, 2013 10:15 pm 

Old Coot

Floyd been ducking Pacquiao since before Floyd’s dad was born!

Posted November 4, 2013 10:07 pm 

Jonn E. JaGozza

Golovkin looks good beating up bums and the way Stevens fought any of us would have looked good throwing shots at a stationary target pinned against the ropes.In an ealier posting I stated that what made Golovkin look so good was how bad Stevens was. Anyone who stays in the corner and tries to absorb punches aint’ too smart in my book. A Canelo/ Golovkin fight would be the only true test and at age 23 Canelo would give this guy one helluva fight I guarantee Canelo wouldn’t stay against the ropes and absorb punches, he’d trade punches with the guy and he’d pursue Golovkin all night long… Believe me, it would a true test for the Russian … PEACE ..

Posted November 4, 2013 10:00 pm 


Golovkin loses to Ward & Floyd & I put my house-I’ll throw my wife as a bonus-in the line for that conviction…I don’t give GGG any kind of chance against those two (2). Not a chance at all.

Posted November 4, 2013 9:58 pm 

B Red

Thats the fight i wanna see in May, Floyd giving Triple G a Bruisin

Posted November 4, 2013 9:41 pm 

B Red

RapidFire, ya dig

Posted November 4, 2013 9:39 pm 


Floyd vs the guy that cuts my grass is next. huge ppv!!

Posted November 4, 2013 9:36 pm 


GGG great jab. no challengers. done. needs a mandatory.

Posted November 4, 2013 9:34 pm 


Floyd is the premier boxer of this generation, in its entirety, & if he finishes his career undefeated & I think he will, the claim that considers him the best fighter of all time will be considered & discussed by historians, scribes & fans for some years until a consensus is reached…against a fighter with those credentials, Golovkin has no chance; not even a punchers chance. Put me down as the guy telling you that Floyd will beat GGG, even if Floyd weighs 147-he can hardly make 150-& GGG comes as a H-Weight.

Posted November 4, 2013 9:31 pm 

The Prince

My mistake: Stevens, not Stevenson.

Posted November 4, 2013 9:26 pm 

Old Coot

I meant to say Floyd will demand Tripz-G come down to 152lbs like he did Alvarez. Tripz-G should say Hell no and stick to his guns… Still he is just too slow coming forward to catch Floyd… You need Pacquiao ability to get to Floyd. Floyd would just rape fans of another payday with a boring UD on points!

Posted November 4, 2013 9:21 pm 

The Prince

GGG is going to have to do more than Stevenson to get a Mayweather fight. It won’t happen, and if it does Mayweather by overwhelming UD.

Posted November 4, 2013 9:17 pm 


“As it is, Golovkin looked kind of robotic last Saturday night in beating Curtis Stevens. Golovkin had problems pulling the trigger with his shots, as he kept waiting and looking for the best possible shot before he’d throw a shot.

What fight were you watching? He dismantled Stevens. If there were 10 seconds left in round to GGG would have KOd him. I am glad he got to absolutely systematically beat him for 8 rounds. Get your bias off the pages and report the facts please.

Posted November 4, 2013 9:13 pm 


Mayweather would make GGG look like a flatfooted amateur. As drained as GGG would be at 154, it would be a schooling

Posted November 4, 2013 9:12 pm 

Old Coot

Mark my words… Floyd will demand Tripz G come down to 150, like he did Alvarez. And because Tripz G likely can’t, Floyd will say no. And of course Floyd will get a pass for demanding catch-weights… Something he has repeatedly and hypocritically dissed Pacquiao for doing… Besides, even if they did make the fight, it’s a waste time… Because like Alvarez, Tripz G’s foot-work is a bit too sluggish to get to Floyd enough! So Floyd will get another insane payday for avoiding, then pot-shotting an obviously game opponent with KO power, but who is just too lead-legged, and swinging at air all night.

Bottom line… Floyd needs to quit robbing fans and finally fight someone with his skill-level or better… One who CAN get to him with hand and foot-speed, work-rate, chin heart, power and stamina.

And that fighter is PACQUIAO!

Posted November 4, 2013 9:11 pm 


GGG stick to MW. Don’t be whore like everyone else and drain yourself for the paycheck. He’d make you go to 152. He always stacks the deck. GGG is a btter fighter now than Canelo ever will be.

Posted November 4, 2013 9:09 pm 


Stevens showed 3G can beat hit easily if you have the speed. Stevens only problem was he didn’t throw enough. Not saying Stevens would have won by being more active but he showed a chink in the indestructible 3G. Mayweather has the speed and footwork to keep 3G turning, never letting him get set. There is no doubt in my mind that Mayweather can do this against 3G easily. Mayweather wins this easily and when he does you guys will cry that 3G was weight drained and the only reason Mayweather fought him was because 3G never fought anyone and BLA BLA BLA. Same ol story.

Posted November 4, 2013 9:06 pm 


Floyd would school GGG as easy as he did with Canelo. GGG can barely hang with Canelo in sparring so what makes y’all think he’s even remotely on Mayweathers level. Mayweather will fight Golovkin at 154(even though Mayweather can barely make 150) in still give him a boxing lesson. Then haters will make up more excuses.

Posted November 4, 2013 9:06 pm 


Those goal posts just keep moving … don’t they?

You’ve got everyone from cruserweight to middleweight calling out a ww, yet some of you guys are rationalizing this nonsense. lol!!!

I believe the justifiable pattern is to move up a weight class and challenge …. but when it comes to Floyd, he’s ducking everyone up to the heavyweights. You guys kill me!!!!!

Posted November 4, 2013 8:54 pm 


either floyd wants to prove he is special and a p4p great or he can fight ortiz again plus a few stiffs. an all time great rises to the challenge

Posted November 4, 2013 8:47 pm 


GGG wins this easily.

Posted November 4, 2013 8:44 pm 


Once again Durans body was different and he would blow up to like 180 200 pounds between fights. They are 2 different fighters. Why don’t you ask GGG to move up instead of fighting someone 2 weight classes below him? Hopkins moved up, heck Roy Jones moved to heavy.

Posted November 4, 2013 8:44 pm 


I never once said I liked the ideaof Hopkins fighting Floyd. I’ve maintained the fact that no way Hopkins can even make 160 and 160 is way to big for Floyd. Floyd is a small WW. GGG may be a small 160 pounder which in reality he isn’t but he has yet to ever make 154 in his pro career. So if he can make it then why don’t he fight someone at 154?

Posted November 4, 2013 8:42 pm 


quillen is scared and golden boy wont let him fight ggg. sergio m is out. quillen might lose to jacobs and again golden boy wont match jacobs against ggg.

Posted November 4, 2013 8:38 pm 


duran started at floyds weight and went on to knock out barkey at 167. could floyd do that? could floyd beat the middleweight champ if he came down to 154? these are questions that must be asked. an all time great would do it. a carefully matched guy wont do it.

Posted November 4, 2013 8:37 pm 


I like triple G but he is way to big to fight Mayweather. If bigger guys want to fight in lower weight division weigh in must be held 2 hours before fight. If you fight at 154 you must weigh 154 on fight night.

Posted November 4, 2013 8:32 pm 


He should clean out 160 first

Posted November 4, 2013 8:32 pm 


“Well well well, is anyone surprised at all that GGG is ducking the real fighters at 160 and 168 yet calls out another Welter. ”

Woop Woop, do you really know anything about boxing or do you harp just for the heck of it? Floyd just beat Alvarez for his jr. middleweight title. He beat Cotto for his. and he beat DLH for another. If you knew even only a little about boxing you’d know that Floyd fights as both a Jr. middleweight and as a “welter.” Gennady wouldn’t be fighting a welterweight, he’d be fighting a three-time jr. middleweight champion in Floyd Mayweather Jr.

Posted November 4, 2013 8:29 pm 


Triple G is the real deal, he will crush Mayweather at any weight

Posted November 4, 2013 8:29 pm 



Posted November 4, 2013 8:24 pm 


“GGG is too big and until he can show that he can make 154 there is no need to talk about it. ”

I also agree with you Peej. If he did drop down to 154, it would be for the money only. Of course he doesn’t want to lose, but he’ll make the weight sacrifice for his best payday ever. However, even though Golovkin is probably unbeatable as a middleweight, dropping down to 154 to take on Floyd–of all people–is likely a straight track to defeat.

Posted November 4, 2013 8:22 pm 

old guy

FMJ will offer a fight at catchweight of 152

Posted November 4, 2013 8:19 pm 

Mick the Marmalizer

If Golovkin can make 154 Lb then this would be a fantastic fight. S.G.Martinez don’t wanna face GGG or Darren Barker, so a trip to 154Lb to face PBF or 168 to clean Ward’s clock makes sense to me!!…..

Posted November 4, 2013 8:18 pm 


“I definitely think it’s a bad idea for GGG to boil down to 154… Sugar Ray Leonard did that when he faced Terry Norris. ”

I agree Tark. I also think Gennady should unify the middleweight title by kicking everyone’s a$$, cement his legacy there, then start hunting for the big name/big draw/big payday fights. Now is not the time to change weight divisions–same opinion I have for Danny Garcia. Clean up your out your own division first, then mess around if you want to.

Posted November 4, 2013 8:17 pm 


“Okey sure, BUT light heavyweight world champion Bernard Hopkins just recently made a challange offer to Gennady Golovkin to fight him at a catch-weight with super middleweight classand somehow Golovkin have problem jumping up a level… ”

Swedish Boxing Fan, are you insinuating that GGG is ducking Hopkins? GGG has nothing to prove against Hopkins and a fight with the old man wouldn’t yield anywhere near the payday that a fight with Mayweather would. Besides that, GGG is no Murat. Hopkins would be hanging on for dear life all night long–or running. He ain’t gonna outbox Gennady.

Posted November 4, 2013 8:14 pm 


The only one getting a shot at Floyd from top rank is Bradley and he’s the only one that deserves a shot at the time being.

Posted November 4, 2013 8:12 pm 


“As it is, Golovkin looked kind of robotic last Saturday night in beating Curtis Stevens. Golovkin had problems pulling the trigger with his shots, as he kept waiting and looking for the best possible shot before he’d throw a shot.

Wow, Sorby, what fight were you watching? Not only did Golovkin systematically destroy Stevens, he threw so many punches Stevens almost had no answer for them. Throwing around 800 punches and landing well over 200 of them, Golovkin hardly had any “problems pulling the trigger.”

Posted November 4, 2013 8:11 pm 

Fight Aficionado

GGG said last week a lot of times after a day at the gym during camp he’ll weigh 156-157. This means he’s not drying up to make 160 like most guys do, and suggests he wouldn’t have a problem making 154. But we all know Floyd won’t fight him at 154. He’d do it for Cotto because he’s a shell of himself. He’d do 152 for Canelo because he’s green. But not a primed up GGG. Too dangerous.

Posted November 4, 2013 7:59 pm 


Trouble pulling the trigger??? Did you see the punch stats??? OR watch the fight!? lol

Posted November 4, 2013 7:46 pm 


if floyd wanted to make history and have a great legacy he would be calling for it. fraud will fight a few more stiffs and go into retirement with a bunch of hoe’s

Posted November 4, 2013 7:44 pm 

Kid Blast

never happen

Posted November 4, 2013 7:36 pm 


There is solid proof from the 160 fighter’s promoters that they are not ready or willing to fight GGG

Posted November 4, 2013 7:32 pm 


And I’m still not certain GGG will walk through Canelo. I think that would be a great fight. Will GGG come down to 154 to face him?

Posted November 4, 2013 7:29 pm 

Woop Woop

Well well well, is anyone surprised at all that GGG is ducking the real fighters at 160 and 168 yet calls out another Welter. I don’t care how good FMJ is, because this is another shout out from GGG to take on more smaller guys. When will you fanboys wake up. Oh maybe he’ll fight Murray? Why not, the guy has already been disposed of by Martinez just like the injured, long lay-off Macklin was. When will GGG fight a prime Middle or Middle champ who actually won their title and didn’t have it handed to them like GGG. Momentum is slowing, keep shovelling the ‘proverbial’ to keep that hype train rolling suckers. I told you this would happen.

Posted November 4, 2013 7:28 pm 


PBF should not be fighting at 154. He usually weighs in at fight time around 147. Why should a 147 guy fight a guy who will be close to 170? I don’t want to see Klitchko fight Froch. I don’t want to see PBF fight Mickey Garcia. Beat Quillen, Martinez and Chavez Jr. first. Then, maybe go after a Froch.

Posted November 4, 2013 7:28 pm 


A boring pointless ridiculous article that has so far 30 people suckered in again. It ain’t gonna happen so focus on the fights that will and are happening.

Posted November 4, 2013 7:24 pm 


if floyd wanted to prove he is p4p he would take that fight and retire . instead he will cherry pick a few bums and rematch ortiz and go into retirement talking about 50-0 or whatever. just remember calzage

Posted November 4, 2013 7:18 pm 

Tomato Can

Mayweather may be good enough to compete and beat most at 154, but he’s no 154 fighter, hence the fact that he enters the ring no heavier than 150. A fight with GGG, would present a very good hard hitting guy hoping to land one shot on a little fighter who would be giving angles, pot shotting and trying to avoid getting hit more than usual. GGG, would have a punchers chance, and a better chance than most… But really there are far to many roadblocks in the way of this fight at this time.

Posted November 4, 2013 7:16 pm 


Ha ha Floyd made a lot of gingerbread thats for sure but he’s sceered of making Gs

Posted November 4, 2013 7:11 pm 


Floyd has been fighting 154 for years but now all of the sudden even his own fans are crying: “GGG to big, 154 to big” bla bla bla

Oh and GGG fights for K2 promotions which fights for both HBO and Showtime

Posted November 4, 2013 7:07 pm 


ghetto thug got scared after talking all that you think floyd could knock down stevens? power changes fights. floyd has no power and ggg would eat floyds pull counters and break his ribs. gingerbread man isnt that good and is more known for his ugly red mug.

Posted November 4, 2013 7:04 pm 


So GG just beat Stevens who hadn’t beaten any great opponent and now suddenly he can take Floyd’s head off…yeah right. Where did I hear that before? Oh yeah, now I remember, right before Floyd made Canelo look like an amateur. Canelo had beaten Josesito Lopez and then Trout and suddenly “he was the one”. Now we have almost the same people that pointed out how Canelo was going to beat the heck out of Floyd, talking about how GG is going to be “the one”.

I watched GG-Stevens twice and also GG dominated the fight, he was there to get hit. Stevens got scared after the knockdown and got too reluctant of throwing anything. Floyd would outbox GG just as he did Canelo.

Posted November 4, 2013 6:59 pm 


khan,ortiz, devon alexander will be floyds last and easy fights. no real challenges there

Posted November 4, 2013 6:59 pm 


leonard was shot and doing blow already when he fought terry norris. floyd is not p4p greatest because he would go up and beat ggg and add to his legacy if he was. floyds dad at least had more balls then his son and took on the best.

Posted November 4, 2013 6:58 pm 


Peej, GGG is smaller than Canelo and the other day you said that you liked the idea of big old Hopkins coming down to fight Floyd

Posted November 4, 2013 6:57 pm 


floyd sr knows his son isn’t an all time p4p. he will mentioned as great for his era and the fights he didn’t take. floyd will rematch ortiz, fight a clown like devon alexander but he wont go up to 154 if ggg is there. only if a red head gingerbread man but no ggg. an all time great would go up to the last weighclass he just competed in and take on the best. floyd wont do it.

Posted November 4, 2013 6:55 pm 


everybody’s calling out floyd

Posted November 4, 2013 6:54 pm 

Truth Teller

GGG vs Floyd will not happen for a variety of reasons. First and foremost, they fight for different networks. Secondly, Floyd senior won’t let Mayweather fight a guy that big…and lastly, Floyd isn’t going to take that kind of risk when he’s guaranteed 30 million a fight at this point in his carrer. GGG needs to concentrate on getting a fight with Martinez (HBO fighter), who is an HBO fighter and unify the belts at 160. If he unifies and becomes the undisputed champ at 160, he’ll get some big money fights. Especially with his fan friendly style. He just needs to get Mayweather out of his mind though cause that fight is not gonna happen. I think his best option to make money over the next year would be if Canelo moves up in weight. I know Canelo is a showtime fighter but he has a huge following. Probably not near is demanding as Mayweather is when it comes down to negotiations and neither is GGG

Posted November 4, 2013 6:51 pm 

Jason Tryp

Golovkin would 100% without a doubt crush Mayweather like a grape.

Posted November 4, 2013 6:50 pm 


GGG is too big and until he can show that he can make 154 there is no need to talk about it. He has business at 160. If he can make 154 comfortably the he should try and dominate both divisions. But I have doubts since he has never made 154 in his pro career and he is only getting older

Posted November 4, 2013 6:49 pm 

Top Dawg

Floyd Mayweather will beat Golovkin like he stole something!!

Posted November 4, 2013 6:46 pm 


Tark, Leonard’s brain was done battered when he met Norris

Posted November 4, 2013 6:44 pm 


Floyd won’t go up to 154. He needs as many advantages as he can get. I would have more respect for any boxer if they just fought at the weight class the belt is in. No catch weights or rehydration clauses etc…. Just fight!!!!! But Floyd doesn’t fight he boxes. Big difference! And I still believe he is the best “boxer of all time” Not fighter tho!

Posted November 4, 2013 6:43 pm 


Big names like Martinez, Ward, Froch, Hopkins, etc.. are all talking about GGG but Haymon/Golden Boy/Money May want nothing to do with Eurasians

Posted November 4, 2013 6:42 pm 


GGG licks PBF lioke a Stamp. I can’t wait see that overrated bum get KOD.

Posted November 4, 2013 6:38 pm 

Thurmal Underwear

Floyd ain’t touching this; rest assured.

Posted November 4, 2013 6:37 pm 


They won’t fight. GGG is a more skilled, seasoned fighter than Canelo and still in his prime. Mayweather wanted faded fighters with name recognition or young fighters with no real skills. Of course this won’t happen. As much as Sergio is falling apart now, I could see Floyd finally taking that fight though.

Posted November 4, 2013 6:36 pm 


If triple boil down to 154 and can keep his explosiveness floyd is in trouble! If triple g boils down to 154 and is weak n weight drained he will easily be outbox by floyd. Hope the fight happens. Cant wait!

Posted November 4, 2013 6:35 pm 

big moe

Here comes a 100 plus comments on how floyd is a coward. if i were floyd, i would tell triple g to come down to 47. Why should floyd have to make any concessions? 47 or nothing. Take it or leave it

Posted November 4, 2013 6:34 pm 


I think that GGG could fight at 154 without difficulty, but as for a Mayweather/GGG fight, Floyd Sr. himself says that it won’t happen. So does Floyd Sr. mean a catchweight (152 again)? Or does Floyd Sr. mean no fight with GGG regardless of weight.

Posted November 4, 2013 6:29 pm 


is there such a thing in boxing today were they just fight instead of talking about fuc#ing weight.

Posted November 4, 2013 6:22 pm 


I definitely think it’s a bad idea for GGG to boil down to 154… Sugar Ray Leonard did that when he faced Terry Norris.

Despite fighting at 147 for the majority of his career fights, Leonard had trouble getting down to 154 because he’d been fighting at 160 for a few years… Ray was very slow, punchless, and powerless at 154… He had no strength… Leonard took a very bad beating and was sidelined for 6 years after that.

Make the fight at 160 or forget it. You believe you can get down 6 pounds and stay strong and fast — but your body has other ideas.

Posted November 4, 2013 6:20 pm 


the good boy beat up the vulgar thug. the good boy would come down to 154 and floyd would be scared and never fight ggg.

Posted November 4, 2013 6:16 pm 


This pundit says.., “Golovkin had problems pulling the trigger with his shots, as he kept waiting and looking for the best possible shot before he’d throw a shot.” … LMFAO!!!

GGG threw almost 800 punches.. He wasn’t waiting for the perfect opportunity. He had NO trouble pulling the trigger even though Stevens uncharacteristically fought defensively and wasn’t giving Golovkin the best opportunities to score … GGG was making the fight happen, and threw more than twice as many punches as Kurt.

How many guys have ever thrown 793 punches in 8 rounds against Curtis Stevens… If that’s holding your punches the Pope is a Jew.

Posted November 4, 2013 6:12 pm 

The Honeybadger

GGG has always said willing to fight anyone 154-168. I’m pretty sure anyone in his position would go after a fight with Floyd than with Hopkins. Many said Sergio Martinez wasn’t a big enough name to face Floyd and now that he is the excuses never end. Have GGG fight in Europe, Russia, or on an undercard of a ppv event and you bet even more people will know who he is. Then they can stop with these excuses for not fighting.

Posted November 4, 2013 6:05 pm 


Mayweather is a bigger payday for GGG THEN Bernard is.

Posted November 4, 2013 6:03 pm 

Swedish Boxing Fan

Okey sure, BUT light heavyweight world champion Bernard Hopkins just recently made a challange offer to Gennady Golovkin to fight him at a catch-weight with super middleweight class and somehow Golovkin have problem jumping up a level but can think of jumping down 1 or even 2 levels (?) how can his team think that would suit him better? Oh well Hopkins spoked about going back to middleweight to fight Floyd Mayweather jr so I don’t know for sure anyway here.

Posted November 4, 2013 5:54 pm 

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