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DaTruth Hurtzzz

Canelo got his Big Floppy fkn Ears boxed off of him by a smaller older fighter.. Mayweather Punked the Hyped Mexican, humiliating a Nation and taking over their Cinco de Mayo Holiday now known as Cinco de MayWeather… It was the most lopsided wins and biggest Flop debuts by a Hyped Primadonna fighter finally stepping up in over 30 years…

Posted July 31, 2014 3:18 pm 


DaTruth Hurtzzz

so lets get this straight Cotto barely made 155lbs, Canelo comes into his fights at 172+lbs yet Canelo fans want Cotto to fight GGG at 160lbs and make excuses for Canelo so he does not to fight GGG??? ROFLMAO.. whatfknRetards

Posted July 31, 2014 3:15 pm 


Anonymou$

I agree with that

te tumbo

“The economics and risk factor was perfect for the Floyd fight”. Q-Vo EZ E, but i disagree. that matchup was premature and only Canelo’s boxing dominance of Trout made it seem remotely realistic, but Canelo’s an ambitious and hungry fighter. he’s very anxious to plant his flag and establish a lasting legacy at his own expense because only a minor-miracle could’ve bailed him out of the Mayweather matchup with a convincing win. too green; too inexperienced; too confident to face and defeat a crafty master like Floyd. the economic boons would’ve been Cotto and Kirkland but they ranked-out. that left presumably very risky alternatives like Trout, Mayweather, and Lara. all of whom Canelo challenged and confirmed as his next opponents beCAUSE of the risk not in spite of it. that’s what sells fights. that’s what results in greatness. much Respect to EZ E.

Posted July 28, 2014 2:07 pm

stilltoosalty

WARD beats GGG silly and easy. This guy beats some nobodies and all the great white hopes, and hypes go to typing. He is maybe the best at 160, but thats not saying much because there isnt much at 160. I think Cotto would give him a tuff fight for 5-6 rds. Cotto would be much faster than most of the guys GGG is used to fighting and that would trouble him, much like pac did cotto, margarito and the other bigger guys, the guys that were smaller or same size is what troubled pac, because his speed wasnt that much of a factor anymore. GGG is not great he is just good right now yall chill da fuk out. smh

Posted July 28, 2014 1:36 pm

EZ E

TUMBO That exactly what I mean. The economics and risk factor was perfect for the Floyd fight. As for Lara, he was paid quite well for the risk and his market surely skyrocketed a bit as well, which justifies the economics/risk factor. Now, since his MARKET value is HIGHER, the must proceed with MORE caution because he’s WORTH MORE, if you see where I’m coming from. It’s like Cotto in the sense to where his market value also zoomed after the Martinez fight. He will also measure the economics/risk factor in any forthcoming fights. Paz!

Posted July 28, 2014 1:35 pm

Posted July 31, 2014 3:12 pm 


Anonymou$

Agreed

te tumbo

“The economics and risk factor was perfect for the Floyd fight”. Q-Vo EZ E, but i disagree. that matchup was premature and only Canelo’s boxing dominance of Trout made it seem remotely realistic, but Canelo’s an ambitious and hungry fighter. he’s very anxious to plant his flag and establish a lasting legacy at his own expense because only a minor-miracle could’ve bailed him out of the Mayweather matchup with a convincing win. too green; too inexperienced; too confident to face and defeat a crafty master like Floyd. the economic boons would’ve been Cotto and Kirkland but they ranked-out. that left presumably very risky alternatives like Trout, Mayweather, and Lara. all of whom Canelo challenged and confirmed as his next opponents beCAUSE of the risk not in spite of it. that’s what sells fights. that’s what results in greatness. much Respect to EZ E.

Posted July 28, 2014 2:07 pm

stilltoosalty

WARD beats GGG silly and easy. This guy beats some nobodies and all the great white hopes, and hypes go to typing. He is maybe the best at 160, but thats not saying much because there isnt much at 160. I think Cotto would give him a tuff fight for 5-6 rds. Cotto would be much faster than most of the guys GGG is used to fighting and that would trouble him, much like pac did cotto, margarito and the other bigger guys, the guys that were smaller or same size is what troubled pac, because his speed wasnt that much of a factor anymore. GGG is not great he is just good right now yall chill da fuk out. smh

Posted July 28, 2014 1:36 pm

EZ E

TUMBO That exactly what I mean. The economics and risk factor was perfect for the Floyd fight. As for Lara, he was paid quite well for the risk and his market surely skyrocketed a bit as well, which justifies the economics/risk factor. Now, since his MARKET value is HIGHER, the must proceed with MORE caution because he’s WORTH MORE, if you see where I’m coming from. It’s like Cotto in the sense to where his market value also zoomed after the Martinez fight. He will also measure the economics/risk factor in any forthcoming fights. Paz!

Posted July 28, 2014 1:35 pm

Posted July 31, 2014 3:11 pm 


DaTruth Hurtzzz

So why shouldn’t Canelo fight GGG??? Why aren’t Canelo Cheer leaders like little fat te tumbo demanding Canelo fight GGG even at 154lbs and prove he’s a great fighter?? Nope, they’re ok with Canelo fighting shot broken old smaller Clottey.. LOL what fkn idiotas..

Posted July 31, 2014 3:10 pm 


Duke

golovkin is clearly the best middleweight in the world. cotto maybe the champ, but people think so highly of golovkin that they don’t mind cotto ducking him for a quick payday against canelo. golovkin was already willing to go to 168 to fight chavez jr. I believe 168 is the way to go. chavez jr, froch and ward would give him the names necessary to punch his ticket into true greatness.

Posted July 31, 2014 2:45 am 


rod

De Lima I

Real boxing fans don’t want their guy to take the “easy road” to superstardom.. au contraire!
The problem is most of the fighters just want to make money.. it’s more about business than giving the fans what they want to see.

Posted July 27, 2014 4:54 pm

This is so true!

Posted July 30, 2014 8:03 pm 


Anonymous

what’s GGGs best win??????

Posted July 30, 2014 4:16 pm 


HHLondon

BoxerPuncher, my posts have disappeared too! WTF?

Posted July 30, 2014 2:11 pm 


Boxer Puncher

Hey ES! All my posts have vanished! Why????

Posted July 30, 2014 1:02 pm 


Donato

GGG beats Kids chocolate any day. Not because of race, but skill. Anonymous your a racist dude. Your blogs tell it all man.

Posted July 29, 2014 6:21 pm 


Anonymous

Blacks and Spics won’t give him credit no matter what he does. No surprise….

Posted July 29, 2014 3:46 pm 


hibdeebibdee

“You won’t hear Canelo/Oscar calling out Golovkin any time soon.”

I don’t think so either, EZ E–they learned their lesson from the Lara fight. Tell you what though, what a chin-test a Golovkin/Alvarez fight would be!

Posted July 29, 2014 10:07 am 


Ok

GGG hasnt fought anyone worth talking about. He is 160 and its not too many good fighters in his class. Ward would beat his ass so would Canelo or Cotto. GGG is unproven its easy to look good beating up cab drivers. GGG hits hard but he is slow a plotter who beats you up on the ropes thought but can easily be out boxed and out worked he hasnt fought anyone worth talking about .

Posted July 28, 2014 6:07 pm 


Loomis

It’s good to see loomis fans on here , it must feel good posting my name!! Did I drill holes in you in a debate and your now fearful to come back on??? Hahahahahahahahahahahaha

Posted July 28, 2014 4:21 pm 


brza da originator

Cotto is a warrior n a stand up champ but if he does nt fight gennady I don t have a major issue as long as he does nt hold onto the belt for bargaining purposes to get a floyd fight without fightin gennady first. That would really annoy me . All these boxing scribes sayin cotto floyd will do huge business @160 ( same guys who said cotto martinez wud be huge ) are very out of touch wit the hardcore n casual fan . We already seen floyd convincingly beat cotto n the fans don t care if miguel has picked up a strap a further 6# north of his best weight (140). All these boxing experts need to realise the casual fan is hugely influenced by the hardcore fan on the corners in work in the barber shop . I gaurantee cotto gennady does better than cotto martenez

Posted July 28, 2014 4:19 pm 


joe grande

Cotto Vs GGG or Cotto Vs Chavez Jr. will happen next, Canelo doesn’t want a Cotto fight next (I guess Lara scared the F out of his team) Canelo wants another fight (easy) then Cotto.

Posted July 28, 2014 3:30 pm 


The Mad Scientist

Last time Miguel Cotto was a real champion was the night he stepped inside the ring for the first time against Antonio Margarito..since that time Junito has managed to pick up titles here and there but nothing major unless he wants to prove other wise by answering 3G’s call..Lol!

Posted July 28, 2014 2:37 pm 


The Mad Scientist

Enema 3G is calling out Cotto not Canelo..Miguelito and his fans are having serious triple-g problems right now, try to keep up..

Posted July 28, 2014 2:31 pm 


DaTruth Hurtzzz

There’s no Fkn way DelaDruggie and Cinnabums people will let him anywhere near GGG even at 154lbs.. GingerBuns will have to continue fighting 140lb’ers or shot 147lb’ers… Canelo would get knockedafkoutCold… and Canelos people know it…

Posted July 28, 2014 2:13 pm 


te tumbo

“The economics and risk factor was perfect for the Floyd fight”. Q-Vo EZ E, but i disagree. that matchup was premature and only Canelo’s boxing dominance of Trout made it seem remotely realistic, but Canelo’s an ambitious and hungry fighter. he’s very anxious to plant his flag and establish a lasting legacy at his own expense because only a minor-miracle could’ve bailed him out of the Mayweather matchup with a convincing win. too green; too inexperienced; too confident to face and defeat a crafty master like Floyd. the economic boons would’ve been Cotto and Kirkland but they ranked-out. that left presumably very risky alternatives like Trout, Mayweather, and Lara. all of whom Canelo challenged and confirmed as his next opponents beCAUSE of the risk not in spite of it. that’s what sells fights. that’s what results in greatness. much Respect to EZ E.

Posted July 28, 2014 2:07 pm 


stilltoosalty

WARD beats GGG silly and easy. This guy beats some nobodies and all the great white hopes, and hypes go to typing. He is maybe the best at 160, but thats not saying much because there isnt much at 160. I think Cotto would give him a tuff fight for 5-6 rds. Cotto would be much faster than most of the guys GGG is used to fighting and that would trouble him, much like pac did cotto, margarito and the other bigger guys, the guys that were smaller or same size is what troubled pac, because his speed wasnt that much of a factor anymore. GGG is not great he is just good right now yall chill da fuk out. smh

Posted July 28, 2014 1:36 pm 


EZ E

TUMBO That exactly what I mean. The economics and risk factor was perfect for the Floyd fight. As for Lara, he was paid quite well for the risk and his market surely skyrocketed a bit as well, which justifies the economics/risk factor. Now, since his MARKET value is HIGHER, the must proceed with MORE caution because he’s WORTH MORE, if you see where I’m coming from. It’s like Cotto in the sense to where his market value also zoomed after the Martinez fight. He will also measure the economics/risk factor in any forthcoming fights. Paz!

Posted July 28, 2014 1:35 pm 


Hecdog

The Mad Scientist, Lionhard my friends, Canelo will never sign to fight GGG because GBP/Oscar will not take a chance on their cash losing for the third time (IMHO he lost vs Trout/Lara). Canelo would be KO”D badly by this monster of a fighter. This fight would bring back memories of Hatton vs Pacquiao, and we all know how that ended. Lionhard, to answer your question about who would win between GGG & Manny Pacquiao, I had to spend all night thinking about it. GGG is young, ferocious, skilled, bigger and a true 160 pounder. What I’m about to say has never been commented by me before, so here it is. GGG has the ability to beat the legendary Manny Pacquiao in a year or two. He doesn’t quite have the experience or the knowledge to beat a master fighter that is Manny Pacquiao. GGG gets hit, and when Manny Lands, the fight could be all but over. Manny is a puzzle that has never been figured out (Ped Man Marquez was lucky and had that special drink given to him by Angel Hereida, Ped Supplier to the USA Olympic Track and Field Team). Manny would have GGG baffled. Like I said, give GGG 1 or 2 more years and he has a great chance of unseating the greatest pure fighter of all time.

Posted July 28, 2014 1:23 pm 


Sant Flores

He’s a definition of a true solid fighter that will be the greatest of all time P4P!!!!!!!!!!!!
Skills, power, reflexes, chin, stamina, conditioning, charisma, foot work, a good human being, are off the charts!!!!

Posted July 28, 2014 12:40 pm 


Boxtradamus

GGG bullies his oppenents in to the corner much like I was bullied during my time in lockdown. The only difference is that he doesn’t drop their pants but simply knocks them off their feet. GGG is a calculated monster inside the ring.

Posted July 28, 2014 12:27 pm 


dwc

GGG is calm..cool..mature..a real beast,if people cant see his skills his overall presence as a fighting machine..then they dont know boxing that well…

Posted July 28, 2014 12:21 pm 


The Mad Scientist

EZ, I said Canelo can fight 3G on Sept of 2015 not Dec of this year (especially if there are no other household names available at the time)..GBP has Alvarez booked to face Kirkland later this year and Cotto in May if Im not mistaken..casual mexican fight fans always clamor for their boxers to get on with the best because that’s what they pay for..Im not talking about the insecure fanboys on this site

Posted July 28, 2014 12:05 pm 


Beradog123

It’s easy to fall under the spell of a puncher. Everyone loves to see a fighter walk through the opposition. Seemingly invisible. The problem is history tells us punchers are often overrated. On the other side of the coin slick boxers are often underrated. Ward is the master boxer. He may go out on a stretcher but he will go on with all my money if they ever meet. The known vs the unknown. Until proven otherwise Ward boxes UD over Golovkin.

Posted July 28, 2014 11:31 am 


te tumbo

EZ E, “ECONOMICS & RISK factors” didn’t prevent Canelo from confirming matchups v. Trout, Mayweather, and Lara or challenging the likes of Cotto and Kirkland. conversely, “ECONOMICS & RISK factors” were critical factors in decisions by Cotto and Kirkland to avoid Canelo’s public challenges. at this point, i think it’s safe and verifiable to claim that Canelo is not avoiding risk and in fact considers pursuing risk to be the best strategy to fuel the economics of his pro-career.

Posted July 28, 2014 10:46 am 


Urang

Amazing how people are on here calling triple G the best fighter in boxing even though his résumé is weak. It’s a double standard being fighters who have faced much better opposition still have question marks by there name in the eyes of these same fan boys.

Posted July 28, 2014 9:46 am 


EZ E

MAD SCIENTIST “Oscar has no control over what Canelo wants to prove and who he wants to fight to prove it..Canelo said it in the press conference after the Lara he will continue to fight who the fans want him to fight.”?? hmmm.. Do you really completely believe that? You better believe that ECONOMICS & RISK factors will decide his next moves. Actually it was Oscar that said the Canelo wanted the Lara fight, which added to the fight hype, whether true or not, props to Canelo for making it happen. I don’t believe that Oscar would agree if Canelo wanted to fight GGG nor even maybe Andrade in December. He’d rather him fight Cotto, a fight BOTH want. Don’t expect his fans, Mexican or not, to be pushing too hard for a GGG fight, especially if 3G continues his torrid pace. Again, ECONOMICS & RISK factors will decide. There’s still the question if Canelo is a 154LBer or a middleweight? Or.. a 155LBer?? What’s the truth of his weight issues? Whatever TEAM Canelo ultimately decide for their next move, the boxing world will be anxiously waiting. Peace!

Posted July 28, 2014 9:38 am 


Xavier

Only idiots and fools deny how good Gennady Golovkin is. He now has a record of 30-0 since turning pro after an elite amateur career, has rarely seriously been threatened by an increasingly deep list of opponents now, fights and travels all over the world, and has stopped the likes of Danny Geale and Matt Macklin quickly and brutally in a manner no one else ever did. He invariably stops all his opponents. The guy is class, in and out, of the ring. He wants to unify the MW titles if he can. GGG almost certainly beats any other 160 pounder out there today and that includes Cotto, Soliman and Quillin.

Posted July 28, 2014 9:23 am 


joe grande

GGG wants Cotto for a BIG payday and Cotto is a blown up WW.

Posted July 28, 2014 8:44 am 


Loomis

Geale isn’t nobody. Well unless your just a casual fan

Posted July 28, 2014 5:29 am 


lionhard

GGG – a modest definition of POTENTIAL danger, due to not fighting ANYBODY yet!

Posted July 28, 2014 5:10 am 


Loomis

GGG would beat anyone at 160 whether they have a pulse or not. No one touches him anywhere from 154-160. Floyd might run with him for 3-4 but he has maidana problems. If he can’t shutout maidana 10-2 then don’t worry about GGG unless you want that limp.

Posted July 28, 2014 4:41 am 


Loomis

GGG stops manny before the 4th bell and floyd before the 6th. But pointless talking about any of those fights. Manny to small for 154 so 160 is rediculous. Cotto will duck him. Canelo is already having nightmares and quillan is the biggest bum at 160 he will retire before even saying his name.

Posted July 28, 2014 4:37 am 


lionhard

Hecdog,…..a question for u as u worship @ the PEDestal. Do u believe ur idol beats GGG @ 154?? And how would GGG do against Ward!? Please take a break from ur session to answer.

Posted July 28, 2014 4:22 am 


lionhard

Hecdog……”I would bet my house cars, savings and retirement that GGG would KO him”……here we go again with the idol worship! When the KO doesnt happen & when u lose your 23$ worth of stuff, will u then stalk PEDquiao* asking him to please be so kind as to let u live in one of the corners of his basement??

Posted July 28, 2014 4:04 am 


The Mad Scientist

Wow hecdog! I see you haven’t fully recovered from Manny Pacquiao’s brutal KO nearly 2 years ago..maybe you should take a year off from posting so that more knowledgeable fight fans don’t have to remind you of that horrible night..JMM already exceeded your worst nightmare do you really want to go through that again by underestimating Canelo..??

Posted July 28, 2014 3:05 am 


Anonymous

For great fights today we only need to make the matchups… There are dozens of them out there.

Lomachenko-Rigondeaux would be great… Mayweather-Pacquiao would be great… Porter vs Brook will be a great fight, guaranteed… Wilder vs Stiverne will be great… Golovkin vs Quillin would be a great fight… Kovalev vs Stevenson would be great… Alvarez vs Cotto would be great… Matthysse vs Provodnikov would be a fabulous fight… I predict Pacquiao vs Algieri will be a great fight… Frampton vs Santa Cruz would be a fabulous fight.

Crawford vs Gamboa was a great fight…

I don’t know what you detractors are looking for… Boxing does much greater revenues globally than it EVER did in the old days, even adjusted for inflation – and keeps social media sites like this buzzing more than any other sport – including MMA.

Posted July 28, 2014 2:02 am 


soda pop

Hecdog

GGG would out right decapitate Canelo. He would end his career right there and then,

like paqiou decapitate marquez in the first fight?listen you fu**** idiot, have you not learned by now that we have more heart than you, have better fighters and thinkers than you, better beer and woman etc…..try and talk down on canelo cuss paqiou is done and next time youll see a phiilapino boxer at the top will be never….im just sad i didnt see mayweather k.o his roided as out.

Posted July 28, 2014 1:37 am 


soda pop

Hecdog

GGG would brutally annihilate Canelo. Trust me, GGG would hurt Canelo.

not you again hecdog.make up your mind,do you like the boxer or agressor?geeez,triple g has fought corpse truth be told.hecdog you idiot, your done on esb, get your silly ass out of here.ggg has fought no one, before bitting the hype maker sure you can analyst his fights against real opposition.hes the best things since shoes strings, based on what?list his resume you fu**** retard.

Posted July 28, 2014 1:29 am 


lionhard

Ouma gave him a hard time @ 154 & to some degree, so did Rosado. Maybe he feels better @ 160?. The thing is, Ouma would give him trouble @ any weight, because Ouma is skilled. The verdict is still out on this dude. A live skilled body with passion is sorely needed!

Posted July 28, 2014 1:25 am 


lionhard

Its gonna be great when GGG fights someone with a pulse, and not some past champ relying on his name for a paycheck. Hopefully the commission checks his gloves for no foreign additives. Trinidad & Margs got away with a lot before being found out. lets hope the commission isnt afraid to “impose”.

Posted July 28, 2014 1:07 am 


Hecdog

GGG would brutally annihilate Canelo. Trust me, GGG would hurt Canelo. No need to see that battering. Canelo cannot beat GGG in any facet of boxing. GGG is faster, stronger, better boxer, puncher, more athletic, stamina, takes a punch better, movement, defense. I would bet my house cars, savings and retirement that GGG would KO him. After seeing Canelo vs Trout and Lara, GGG is 3 levels better than Canelo. Total mismatch. GGG is headed towards the type of Greatness The legendary Manny Pacquiao has. Canelo will never ever sign to fight GGG.

Posted July 28, 2014 12:54 am 


The Mad Scientist

Canelo may not be the most talented or the best fighter in boxing right now, but this kid is brave and he wants to challenge himself by taking on the best fighters around his weight class win or lose

Posted July 28, 2014 12:27 am 


The Mad Scientist

Oscar has no control over what Canelo wants to prove and who he wants to fight to prove it..Canelo said it in the press conference after the Lara he will continue to fight who the fans want him to fight..mexican fignt fans will push Alvarez to fight 3G sometime next year if Kid Cinnamon can dispose of Kirkland and Cotto first since that’s what GBP seems to have lined up for him right now..

Posted July 28, 2014 12:19 am 


malph

Golovkin should attempt to clean up the middle weights. Cotto beat the man so is the man. Canelo is huge draw. At least with our Mexican friends. Lara is a tough fight for anyone. Plenty of good fights there. He should stay at 160 and fight the best there. He still has something to prove there

Posted July 28, 2014 12:12 am 


A Garcia

GGG to big for MW. To many good fights at all the lower weights. There are not enough good name,money fights at 160 to make GGG and keep him on the top p4p list. Example, at 135 you move to 140 then 147. GGG at 160 needs to fight there and at 168 and maybe 175. Your supposed to move up in weight not down. GGG wont sell a ppv fight , as far as a cross over fighter we already have Canelo for 154 to 160. Porter and Thurman have a better chance at selling ppvs. Maidana , win or lose can sell a ppv. Chavez Jr is more marketable. GGG in his 30s doesnt sell.

Posted July 28, 2014 12:01 am 


Big Ham

Bring Kelly Pavlik out of rehab.. he can try his hand at GGG. :)

Posted July 27, 2014 11:34 pm 


Big Ham

Ward fight may happen eventually. Ward is absolutely pissing away his career fight now and it is gonna backfire on him. I suspect his prime will end soon. Froch and JCC Jr. are great fights for GGG down the road to. For now he should keep fighting whoever steps up. Tell HBO to line them up, then knock them down. The more guys he knocks out the more the whiner/ entitled/ mayweather crowd will sulk and whine about him being overrated and having not fought “anybody”. Andre Ward is soon gonna be adopted by the Floyd crowd just for the sake of him being a source to diss GGG. Just Like pacquiao in prime when he tore through all those guys. It’s a shame to because Ward is an upstanding guy unlike Floyd, and he will likely eventually sign to fight GGG.

Posted July 27, 2014 11:22 pm 


Anonymous

I don’t expect any big fights for GGG any time soon. He is to good and to dangerous. Sam Soliman may be crazy enough to want to unify the titles and Sam Deserves a good payday because he will take a whooping but he is more durable than most fighters so i think it would be a good fight. Cotto will not fight him. Quillen will avoid him as long as possible. GGG eventually will get some big 168lb fights but’s a shame a guy in his prime has to give up weight because the top fighters his own size are afraid to fight him. Erislandy Lara called GGG out? That motherf&*ker put on the most chick$hit performance i have ever seen in my life on a PPV headliner. No way does he have the balls to fight GGG. If he called him out it was for publicity. As for Canelo i think he will continue to fight in the 155lb weight class as long as he can. Not at 160, even though he weighs about the same as GGG. About 171 on fight night.

Posted July 27, 2014 11:15 pm 


EZ E

I’m not wasting my time on expecting a 3G vs Canelo fight. Personally I believe aint gonna happen, especially not anytime soon, that’s for sure. Firstly, I don’t think that Oscar will approve of it. And secondly, the promoters/networks war will likely delay it until it becomes meaningless. The time is ripe for it to happen within the next 18 months or so. Once either one suffers an untimely loss then it will lose it’s market. Then again, this is boxing, anything can happen. Peace to all!

Posted July 27, 2014 10:51 pm 


Stark

Did Lara really call outGGG? Give him a lot of credit. I don’t THINK Canelo will face GGG but u never know. Arthur Abraham & GGG would be interesting

Posted July 27, 2014 10:47 pm 


The Mad Scientist

It is probably safe to say the the top guys at 154lbs pose more of a threat or challenge against 3G than the top MW..F-it! Let’s do it, Lara already called out 3G and Canelo isn’t fazed by the devil much less the so called beast..

Posted July 27, 2014 10:31 pm 


The Mad Scientist

3G vs Canelo is a great fight in Sept next year..50/50 IMO with 3G having the advantage in the lightsout department..this fight would come down to who can crack the other guys chin first..and yes fanboys, you better believe Canelo can hurt 3G in any round if he thinks he run over Kid Cinnamon like he does the Ishidas, Rosados and Geals of the world..

Posted July 27, 2014 10:24 pm 


Stark

Hecdog- sup bud! Remember GGG is in his young 30’s, definitely in his prime. He’s a beast.

Posted July 27, 2014 9:49 pm 


Stilltoosalty

GGG is decent at best. He would not win a rd with ward easy fight easy money for ward. Lara would beat GGG easy.

Posted July 27, 2014 8:58 pm 


te tumbo

“That is doubly true of this Zorro guy you are on about” . . . “Zurdo” (“Lefty”) Ramirez is a lean, mean, and wicked puncher. an equally-seasoned pro who is also in need of a test and challenge. they’re mentioning Chavez Jr. but that matchup is premature . . . for Chavez Jr. i think Ramirez would KO him. Golovkin should have no problem bringing his fight-game to 168lbish. otherwise, it’s Canelo or Lara at 154lbish. what you won’t see me do is argue aGainst the best or riskiest matchups. those are the bouts i want to see. those are the bouts that determine my favorites.

Posted July 27, 2014 8:42 pm 


Hecdog

GGG would out right decapitate Canelo. He would end his career right there and then, so there is no possibility whatsoever that GBP/Oscar ever considers making that match regardless of what front they try and sell to boxing fans. Froch would be slaughtered and stopped. Any of those 154 pounders have no business even stepping into the ring with this legend. Ward would be a good challenge, but he’s been too inactive, and GGG would eventually stop him or win a UD. Kovalev gets knocked cold. GGG isn’t even in his prime yet, he knows how to fight, box, use defense, great balance and great body punching. He has very few weaknesses, and his out look on boxing and his dedication and commitment to stay in shape year around just makes him unbeatable at 160-168-175. The man is a beast.

Posted July 27, 2014 8:21 pm 


PRUDENTIAL

All I got from the fight last night was that GGG can hit hard and he can also get hit hard and often.

Posted July 27, 2014 8:11 pm 


Tachyon

Some of these post are stupid FMJ can barely make 154 why the Hell would he fight Triple G? pluse FMJ is getting old time to hangem up. Now triple G is the middle weight man and put on a good show against Geale but a guy with 30 fights and 12 KO does not have power no matter how you look at it. Triple G needs to step up to the A list and see how he handles there power if they can handle his. I see him whupping AA, Froch, Quillian, I really want to see him kick Canelo in the ass because with golden boy and crooked judges you need to knock Canelo out to win and I think Triple G cold easily do it. Would be a great match and really put Triple G on the mapl.

Posted July 27, 2014 7:59 pm 


psy

te tumbo : It isn’t simply integrity that got Alvarez those match ups, it was money. Money that his huge fan base generates. Golovkin doesn’t have that sort of backing, so can’t get those sort of fights. That is doubly true of this Zorro guy you are on about.

That said, both Alvarez and Zumba would get flattened by Golovkin, who is only likely to lose to a particularly skilled boxer. Perhaps Ward.

Posted July 27, 2014 7:43 pm 


The Mad Scientist

I wanna see Canelo take on James Kirkland at the end of the year, Miguel Cotto in May/2015 and 3G in Sept/2015..meantime 3G can ktfo of punks that jump up to get beat down …

Posted July 27, 2014 6:56 pm 


Mike

Why can Australia do cricket,rugby,swimming etc…. but no boxers?

Posted July 27, 2014 6:53 pm 


joe grande

how much credit would GGG get for beating a blown up WW in Cotto? I didn’t hear him call out Ward. GGG’s manager said that fight won’t happen because Ward brings no cash to the table. Well since when GGG has been a super ppv attraction? No saying he wont but right now he’s not. And from I hear GGG Vs Chavez Jr. wont happen because GGG and his team want the bigger purse. Why would GGG get the bigger purse when Jr. IS the cash cow and does deserve the bigger purse.

Posted July 27, 2014 6:23 pm 


Bo Bo Olson

Small for Middle, GGG won’t be near as good at super middle, in he’d have to bulk up. And lose his effortless speed….waste his body by putting bigger shoulders on, more bicep..thicken his legs…slow him down doing so.

Yes, I see GGG easily beating Aurthur… who has forgotten how to throw combos, or throw much at all….looks for the one punch KO that the bigger guys mostly ignore.
Aurthur is pretty tough….could go 9-10, but he would be KO’ed.

Posted July 27, 2014 6:09 pm 


EZ E

MAD SCIENTIST Well yes, it’s a pattern that will always exist. These days the fans do MORE ‘trash talking’ and ‘calling out’ than the fighters themselves. It’s become part of the game although, sometimes it’s cool and sometimes they get UN-realistically too carried away. I guess that there’s maybe a little of it in all of us, the difference being that some of us only control it better than others. LOL!! Peace.

Posted July 27, 2014 6:04 pm 


The Mad Scientist

I give 3G mad props for saying all the right things during his interview with Max Kellerman..just hope he calls out Ward as well once he becomes active again..

Posted July 27, 2014 5:59 pm 


obbieman

GGG isn’t a super middleweight, at least, not yet. His body will grow like any other boxer, then he will lay waste to that division. He needs to unify but it looks like the other champions are looking the other way. I can’t blame them.

Posted July 27, 2014 5:53 pm 


EZ E

@Anonymous “EZ E. sadly those days of Great fights are long gone.” Hmmm… I’d hate to say that I agree but… yes, I agree.

Posted July 27, 2014 5:43 pm 


Rustybucket

Well, got to see the fight eventually, and as someone who has sat on the fence regarding GGG, I have to confess he is the real deal.
Geale was fit, focused and regardless of what some people have said, No slouch .

General observation, 3G is the new Carlos Monzon of a historitically glorious division.
I’d like to see him to continue to tbe Middleweight Champion of tbe World.
Ward is a zero win fight, in all aspects of the game, and Cotto for all his heart should not take a fight against Mr 3G

Posted July 27, 2014 5:42 pm 


EZ E

TUMBO Good points. Yes, this era/day’s Arum falls into the category of what’s WRONG with boxing, the Pac vs Algieri a prime example, IMO. No, it’s not just Arum, as we all know, but he’s a major player. As for Canelo wanting the Lara fight, I quickly expressed my respect for his insistence to have the fight made because it was a risky fight, and I did pick him to win from the jump. I would love to believe that that fight is the beginning things to come but I find it extremely hard to be that optimistic. GGG vs Abraham? hmmm.. It’s a good fight but I don’t feel that he should be obligated into a higher weight class when he can still fight at his weight. But.. if he wants to take the chance and the risk, it might as well be for TOP DOLLAR: Ward, Chavez Jr, Froch… along those lines and not Abraham, but surely a good fight on paper nonetheless. Paz Carnal!!

Posted July 27, 2014 5:39 pm 


Anonymous

GGG is the best fighter in boxing, period.

Posted July 27, 2014 5:18 pm 


Dino

That was a snoozer card and the main event was over too quick. GGG needs to fight a big name NEXT. period.

Posted July 27, 2014 5:12 pm 


?

Ward has beat everyone there is to beat in his division. He is proven himself with no question marks very similar to Joe Cal.

Posted July 27, 2014 5:03 pm 


?

GGG vs. Chavez jr. Would be good. Chavez has a chin and hits hard to GGG may face some adversity with him.

Posted July 27, 2014 4:58 pm 


?

GGG is a great boxer. Best I’ve seen at 160. I’m just ready for him to start fighting elite comp. Geal was at the top of the division, but that just speaks to how weak the weight class is. That’s not GGG’s fault though. Kid Chocolate up next and he wil get the business too. Don’t see anyone between 160-170 better with the exception of Ward.

Posted July 27, 2014 4:56 pm 


De Lima I

Real boxing fans don’t want their guy to take the “easy road” to superstardom.. au contraire!
The problem is most of the fighters just want to make money.. it’s more about business than giving the fans what they want to see.

Posted July 27, 2014 4:54 pm 


Anonymous

EZ E. sadly those days of Great fights are long gone.

Posted July 27, 2014 4:45 pm 


te tumbo

IMO, Canelo KTFO of Golovkin and I wouldn’t be surprised if “Zurdo” Ramirez did as well. the competition is there. Golovkin simply needs to demonstrate the desire and integrity of Canelo and MAKE those matchups happen.

Posted July 27, 2014 4:37 pm 


te tumbo

“Now you got orgs & magazines (Ring) conveniently ranking fighters to there benefit. Interim titles, Emeritus titles, Super titles, Silver titles,.. sometimes created for the WRONG reasons. Title Elimination fights of little value, sudden ‘OUT OF nowhere’ mandatory challengers, WORTHY/MANDATORY challengers that never get their well deserved breaks basically because they’re TOO GOOD for their own good, so we get re-threads or high profiled fighters of little substance”. i feel you EZ E and for the past 10 years i’ve been citing Arum’s promotion of Pacquiao* as the most corrupting influence in Boxing since the heyday of DK. IMO, it’s legitimized the worst promotional antics and least-desirable instincts of $elf-preservation among fighters who should be eagerly seeking each other out NOT avoiding each other as long as possible and (in the recent case of Canelo v. Lara) continuing(?!?) to avoid risk when the eagerly-anticipated matchup actually occurs. if you recall, EVERYbody was dumping on Canelo for “avoiding” that matchup. instead, HE Made it happen and Lara stunk up the joint by avoiding the actual fight-night(?!). Despicable. the matchup that was presumably being “avoided” happens and the “avoided” fighter declines to show up(?!). anyway, Abraham’s the right-size if not weight for Golovkin and “Zurdo” would pose a formidable roadblock to Ward, which is the ultimate goal that i don’t see Team Golovkin clamoring for or working towards(?). Peace to EZ E.

Posted July 27, 2014 4:33 pm 


Anonymous

I like GGG but if I were him I would leave the middle weight division and start campaigning at 168. If he is truly so great then he should be seeking out the best opponents who will actually fight him. Andre ward comes to mind. Maybe even froch or Chavez jr. I want to see GGG go for greatness and challenge himself. He dominates 160 lbs. no one there wants to fight him . So he should just move up a division. Instead he wants to fight guys who are naturally smaller than him.

Posted July 27, 2014 4:27 pm 


The Mad Scientist

EZ E, I hear what you’re saying..its just to bad fans these days are caught up with their own fandom and that’s how they discuss boxing

Posted July 27, 2014 4:26 pm 


TARK

Ivanov says.., “He did not even give Geale the respect of using proper boxing defense, GGG simply shrugged off Geale’s shots or walked through them undeterred.” … Wrong. GGG used proper defense.

He also wrote.., “He scrapped the jab” … No he didn’t. GGG jabbed effectively

Ivanov is full of complete and utter ignorance … GGG is a great defender who defended brilliantly.. He attacks behind the jab.. retreats.. cuts the ring.. retreats.. and attacks again.. his feet are always moving..

He slips, slides, ducks, rides, deflects, parries, and blocks punches with great expertise while he pursuing his opponent.. His style is to apply constant pressure—but he doesn’t walk in like Brandon Rios or Joe Frazier. You never see Golovkin in slugfests or taking monster punches. He believes in hitting without getting hit.

3G also follows up his punches brilliantly. Even after the KO punch landed, he hit Geale with a left hook on his way to the canvas.. He took a light impact punch from Geale before he landed the finisher.. The punch didn’t connect well, he saw it all the way, and leaned to take the impact off of it… His deadly counter was already in motion.

Posted July 27, 2014 4:17 pm 


The Mad Scientist

De Lima all these fighters can do whatever they want its up to them.. it doesn’t change the fact that haters will continue to be haters and fanboys will always be just that, fanboys..

Posted July 27, 2014 4:16 pm 


EZ E

MAD SCIENCE If Cotto is the 160Lb champ than he should fight top flight full fledged 160Lbers, it should go with the territory. I criticized Canelo and Chavez jr when they were flagrantly OVER protected by the Suliaman/WBC when he virtually fabricated/made them champs. If they weren’t ready to defend against the best then they had no business being WBC champs. The title “champion” once meant just that, being THE BEST fighting THE BEST. I won’t defend Cotto either, maybe one tune-up but then… he has to fight one of THE BEST out there! No excuses. BUT.. the sad thing is that the most WORTHY or DESERVED is NOT the best OPTION for the champ/cash cow, managers, promoters or networks, especially when there are multi-fight contracts involved or future SUPER MEGA fights in the wings. Peace!

Posted July 27, 2014 4:11 pm 


joe grande

He should fight Chavez Jr., Quillin and Ward.

Posted July 27, 2014 4:05 pm 


De Lima I

The Mad Scientist

“its obvious to me that 3G’s fanboys want their guy to take the easy road to superstardom by challenging the smaller guys with household names, Canelo, Cotto, Mayweather who don’t really compete at 160lbs..”

He should fight Cotto, Quillin, and then Ward..

Posted July 27, 2014 3:43 pm 


EZ E

TUMBO Orale Canal!! Yes, you’re right in the sense that Geale isn’t was we call an ‘elite’ fighter but is in the upper bracket Top Ten of 160 Lb class, in other words, qualified testing material. The sad part of matching GGG just like other fight we prefer is this promoters, networks “war”. It’s making it virtually impossible for our ‘most wanted’ fights to happen. It sickens me when we here Oscar, Floyd and other promoters, advisers, agents, representatives, co-promoters… expressing their “desire” to put on the fights the fans want most, when it’a all a bunch of BULL! Years ago arch enemies like King, the Duvas, Arum, Chargin.. set aside their differences and made MEGA cards happen!! We saw most them even on regular cable. These days a supposed top ‘elite’ fighter faces another top ‘elite’ opponent once every 12-18 months, sometimes not even that. These promoters look to match the BEST NAME but NOT the BEST/MOST DANGEROUS top ranked opponent. Gone are the days of Tyson vs Anybody, Chavez vs Taylor, Chavez vs Whitaker, Oscar vs Tito, Hearns vs Hagler, Leonard vs Hearns, Tiger vs Griffith, Gomez vs Zarate, Sanchez vs Gomez, Duran vs DeJesus, Chavez vs Rosario, Ali vs Frazier, Fenech vs Nelson, Saad Muhammad vs Yaqui Lopez, Zarate vs Zamora, Chacon vs Boza Edwards, Camacho vs Rosario, Chacon vs Limon.. too many to name. Big RISK fights with REGULARITY!! Now you got orgs & magazines (Ring) conveniently ranking fighters to there benefit. Interim titles, Emeritus titles, Super titles, Silver titles,.. sometimes created for the WRONG reasons. Title Elimination fights of little value, sudden “OUT OF nowhere” mandatory challengers, WORTHY/MANDATORY challengers that never get their well deserved breaks basically because they’re TOO GOOD for their own good, so we get re-threads or high profiled fighters of little substance. Anyway, just getting this off my cheat! LOL Thanks for ‘lending me your ear” Carnal. Enjoy your Sunday. Paz y respeto, peace to all!

Posted July 27, 2014 3:40 pm 


The Mad Scientist

Canelo has plenty of challenges at 154lbs..Kirkland, Cotto and guys who are not taylor made for his style like Andrade, Charlo bros and a Lara rematch if he can earn it..3G the beast can stay at 160lbs for as long as he wants and get crapped on like Canelo use to for fighting smaller overmatched opponents..

Posted July 27, 2014 3:27 pm 


Mark

Unify the division and move to SMW.

Posted July 27, 2014 3:24 pm 


The Mad Scientist

Te tumbo that’s what Im saying..3G’s fans claim that nobody at 154 or 160 can touch him but yet they want Golovkin to clean out the MW division like it really matters..its obvious to me that 3G’s fanboys want their guy to take the easy road to superstardom by challenging the smaller guys with household names, Canelo, Cotto, Mayweather who don’t really compete at 160lbs..

Posted July 27, 2014 3:21 pm 


joe grande

@ LOL, most American fighters are dirty too.

Posted July 27, 2014 2:43 pm 


LOL

I just hope GGG is clean like All the American Fighters.

Posted July 27, 2014 2:41 pm 


joe grande

@louie, thats what they all say.

Posted July 27, 2014 2:40 pm 


joe grande

te tumbo, how about Ward at 168lbs?

Posted July 27, 2014 2:40 pm 


screwy louie

@ Joe Grande, it’s his punching technique, not drugs.

Posted July 27, 2014 2:39 pm 


te tumbo

“IMO GGG would have beaten King Aurthur at middle….he’s got it in both hands”. how about Abraham at 168lbs? or “Zurdo” Ramirez at that weight? if there is truly no compelling matchups between 154lbs-160lbs, then there are truly compelling milestones to be reached on the road to Ward.

Posted July 27, 2014 2:38 pm 


joe grande

*say

Posted July 27, 2014 2:37 pm 


joe grande

I saw next should be Canelo Vs Cotto and GGG Vs Chavez Jr. and the winners face each other.

Posted July 27, 2014 2:37 pm 


De Lima I

You can BET that FMJ does NOT want any from this guy.. everyone that has fought Triple G has said he has tremendous power like they have never felt before. Power that few fighters have—but this guy does. GGG is everything you could want in a boxer IMO..
He’s mentally strong, he has a GREAT jab & straight right, supreme power, v fast hands, amazing combos, fantastic cutting off the ring, great footwork… his technical boxing is almost up there with Rigo.. Jeez I love this guy.

Posted July 27, 2014 2:36 pm 


Anonymous

all the racist blacks and spics here refuse to give Golovkin any credit as usual.

Posted July 27, 2014 2:35 pm 


screwy louie

JCC vs GGG would be a classic.

Posted July 27, 2014 2:35 pm 


joe grande

ANYONE fighting GGG should do VADA not only because he has been KO guys left and right but because of the report that came out that said that these Europeans boxers are juicing like if it was a baseball league..

Posted July 27, 2014 2:33 pm 


screwy louie

I have know idea how Geale was ranked so high. He physically looked and had the power of a substitute school teacher.

Posted July 27, 2014 2:32 pm 


joe grande

Geale is rated #2 that should tell you how bad the division is.

Posted July 27, 2014 2:29 pm 


Bo Bo Olson

Actually Geale did hit GGG good more than a few times….he wasn’t there as a punching bag. He was hitting back, hitting first and so on. He gave his best and it was not too shabby.

That last punch by GGG, when he was so off balance; to hit from that with so much poser is simply amazing.

GGG no overbuilt body!!! Not the wrong type of weights for muscles he don’t need, no loading up. His jab seemed slow, but it was through the defense almost at will. Perfect timing.

In spite of what many junior grades say. I’ve seen Gaele fight two or three times and he’s not bad….but GGG is a full level higher.
IMO GGG would have beaten King Aurthur at middle….he’s got it in both hands.

Posted July 27, 2014 2:28 pm 


Anonymous

Are there that many belts at middleweight. LOL.

Posted July 27, 2014 2:10 pm 


Sugar Ray

Coopers is a retard. Calling Geale a bum. What an idiot.

Posted July 27, 2014 2:08 pm 


Boxy

Coopers, Geale is rated #2 in the world by The Ring at middleweight. He is a former 3 time Middleweight Champion and has won the IBF, WBA and IBO Middleweight World Titles.
Calling a boxer like Geale a bum is at least uninformed and tasteless. He has earned respect, he does need to ask for it.

Posted July 27, 2014 1:57 pm 


Anonymous

Coopers butthurt

“I guess when you’re fighting bums it makes you dangerous.”

Spoken like a true homosexual.

Posted July 27, 2014 1:56 pm 


PEEJ

Geale wasn’t trash. People are talking like Geale was nothing. He would provide a lot of people problems. Heck he gave GGG some also with all his movement. But it wasn’t enough. Difference is one guy punched way harder and the person taking those punches couldn’t withstand them.

Posted July 27, 2014 1:49 pm 


Tachyon

I been saying the same thing Te Tumbo time for Triple G to take it to the next level and take on the elite old guard like AA, Froch, etc then move to the new champions Cotto, Ward, Canelo I really would like to see Triple G vs Canelo.

Posted July 27, 2014 1:42 pm 


te tumbo

haven’t seen the bout but most posts suggest a mismatch(?). anyway, i’ve got no problem with tune-ups and stay-busy bouts but Golovkin is now ideally-poised to issue some serious challenges to some serious opponents (e.g., Canelo or Ward or Quillin or Cotto or even Rubio. an opponent with at-least a puncher’s chance of testing Golovkin. descriptions of “tysonesque” compel wonder about what strength or flaw of Tyson’s fight-game Golovkin displays(?). it’s a mixed-bag. even in his fierce prime, “Iron Mike” was a three to four-round slugger. after that, his primary objective between leaning was to score the one-punch KO. he was always vulnerable v. talented boxer-punchers. they knew exactly how to exploit Mike’s flaws. to what degree Golovkin resembles “Iron Mike” or simply Tyson can’t be determined until he faces some truly formidable competition . . . and we wait . . .

Posted July 27, 2014 1:38 pm 


Coopers butthurt

I guess when you’re fighting bums it makes you dangerous

Posted July 27, 2014 12:32 pm 


Gus

Golovkin does fight a lot like Kostya , he looks and has a similar build.

Posted July 27, 2014 12:29 pm 


Joeyjojoshabbadoo

GGG vs Lemieux

Posted July 27, 2014 11:41 am 


rio de Janeiro

Geale was a sacrificial lamb.

Posted July 27, 2014 11:30 am 


Xavier

Gennady Golovkin is the number 1 middleweight operating today.

Posted July 27, 2014 11:29 am 


Hecdog

GGG is a legend. He’s one of those elite fighters that has the physical and mental toughness to beat everyone. His pressure is unrelenting, and if he hits you, you’re going out. I think he’s still growing and developing, and the best GGG is yet to come. You can bring on Ward, Quillin, Canelo and the rest of them. GGG has started his reign as king of boxing. He is dominating the sport. The only other fighter to have done something like this in a more destructive and exciting manner is the legendary Manny Pacquiao.

Posted July 27, 2014 11:14 am 


PEEJ

So explain to me how I am a racist and haven’t given GGG any credit? Saying he is the best 160lbr and nobody can beat him at 160 is not giving him credit? You must live in bizarre-o world.

Posted July 27, 2014 10:31 am 


hibdeebibdee

I’m with Peej–GGG’s chin really hasn’t been tested. And, he’s not that hard to hit. The problem is withstanding GGG’s relentless pressure and power.

Posted July 27, 2014 10:22 am 


hibdeebibdee

Thank God we had four articles in a row to tell us that GGG beat Geale. I mean really, don’t we always want to see four articles about the same subject on the front page of our daily newspaper?

Posted July 27, 2014 10:21 am 


Anonymous

PEEJ like all the racist blacks here refuse to give Golovkin any credit as usual.

Posted July 27, 2014 10:17 am 


PEEJ

Not saying GGG does not have a chin because I believe he does but that punch Geale landed was not very hard. Geale does not have much power, he does not have a good stance to get a good power shot in. They way he is constantly moving, he will never get good leverage on his shots.

Posted July 27, 2014 10:07 am 


SP

congratulation golovkin!!!

Posted July 27, 2014 9:45 am 


Boxtradamus

It is not EASY being as gifted as I am. I am severely hung over from celebrating my PERFECT picks for last night. Geale was out in round 3 exactly as I predicted. I now predict this dreadful headache will go away within two hours. Luckily mom is cooking me some bacon and eggs which I will enjoy along with some Aspirin. More great picks ahead so be PREPARED! I am the greatest fight PROPHET ever born!!!!!

Posted July 27, 2014 9:27 am 


Trust me, I’m a fridge.

Golovkin gets smacked flush in the face and STILL decks his opponent with massive punch at the same time. Golovkin proved he can take a big punch, and has fast fists of dynamite. Golovkin is the man, the most exciting fighter on the planet.

Posted July 27, 2014 9:24 am 


Sinned nardem

Golovkin to match with peter quillin at 160 then go down to big money fights for cotto/canelo if he erase both fighters he will go up again at 168 to face andre ward/carl froch and face hopkins at 175 pound light heavy and he will be no 1 pound for pound

Posted July 27, 2014 9:22 am 


DJ

GGG reminds me so much of the way Kostya Tzsyu fought. He just takes his time and stalks and breaks down his opponent and can destroy and finish someone with the power he has in either hand. It´s a pleasure to watch him fight.

Posted July 27, 2014 8:23 am 


BOX of tissues

GGG Handshake FAIL 0.08!

Posted July 27, 2014 8:16 am 


Taco bell

GGG HANDSHAKE FAIL 0.08 !!!

Posted July 27, 2014 8:09 am 


Anonymous

some fighters do not want to be in there. Geale is one of them.

Posted July 27, 2014 6:53 am 


rod

GGG king at 160. Just hits too hard

Posted July 27, 2014 6:51 am 


CurlyQ.Howard

As it was clear that Golovkin hit and hurt Geale as he had never been hit and hurt before, once that happened, nothing else mattered – the look on Geale’s face said it all.

Posted July 27, 2014 6:19 am 


romanov

great article ivan!

Posted July 27, 2014 6:15 am 



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