They’re not making these decisions… Vitlai has his hands full in Kiev… Wladimir has his hands full with Pulev.
The people managing GGG career are trying to increase the pressure on the other major title holders… They may have a different idea of how to do it than me.
If it were my decision, that’s how I would do it… Money talks.Posted August 11, 2014 4:52 pm
“Golovkin needs a fat cat investor… That’s his only prayer of getting these fights
Roll out 5 MM for Quillin, he isn’t making anywhere close to that much. Then roll out 12MM for Cotto … He’ll make his money back easy.”
You’re saying that Wlad and Vitali who are Golovkins promoter aren’t TOO smart then. They have enough to fund Fights vs Quillin and Cotto.Posted August 1, 2014 12:02 am
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
Golovkin needs a fat cat investor… That’s his only prayer of getting these fights
Roll out 5 MM for Quillin, he isn’t making anywhere close to that much. Then roll out 12MM for Cotto … He’ll make his money back easy.Posted July 31, 2014 12:54 am
Going back to the title topic. Soliman apparently is willing to risk a fight with GGG, but not til next year. Quillin’s promoter Oscar pretends he’s willing but Quillin says nothing. Cotto’s promoter says no. Canelo, radio silence. So, it’s likely another random opponent for GGG next and possible unification vs Soliman in 2014.Posted July 30, 2014 2:55 pm
“Groves is a baby with a diaper full. ”
GGG would take Groves out within two rounds.Posted July 30, 2014 10:58 am
I still don’t get guys they say I want to fight the best like ggg, the best comes( andre ward) he’s not a big enough draw?! Did you want a payday or to prove that your the bestPosted July 30, 2014 8:20 am
How is ggg different at this stage than broner was before the maidana fight, you can say that he’s great all you want but until he actually fights someone he’s ggg the guy that will stop a b fighterPosted July 30, 2014 8:18 am
@Tark…I like GGG he’s one of my favorite fighters right now. He’s hungry too!!!! But he’s gonna need more than one fight at 168 to face Andre even with the layoff…Posted July 30, 2014 2:42 am
Tard says…….’But the plan is to unify and go after Ward’……..BULLSH!T !!!!!Posted July 30, 2014 2:30 am
What is this idiot talking about?
GGG is faster than Pacquiao. Marquez is obviously not fast and kept pace with Manny in 4 fights.Posted July 30, 2014 1:08 am
But the plan is to unify and go after Ward… Unless some super hot prospect comes up while he’s doing that.Posted July 30, 2014 12:21 am
I would make Golovkin a slight favorite to beat Ward if he has a tune-up at 168, which was the idea behind the Chavez fight… He needed that fight to get ready for Ward, but Chavez is a flake.
GGG is faster. He jabs better. He punches harder. Ward is a lot bigger, taller, and stronger. They both defend brilliantly so it’s a damned tough fight – risky for both men.
The problem is there’s nobody at 168 for GGG to fight once he beats Ward.. Froch said he won’t fight him.. Chavez flaked off.. Groves is a baby with a diaper full.
At 160 he has Cotto… he has Quillin… he has Alvarez… By that time he’ll have Billy Joe Saunders… The division is bustling — the fights just have to be made.Posted July 30, 2014 12:17 am
IF the PRINCE of Boxing is what you call garbage then YOU need to WISH that YOU were garbage TOO.Posted July 29, 2014 11:30 pm
Golovkin has clearly stated that he wants to fight at 160 after his fight with Geale. To tell him to fight Ward does not make sense. My personal opinion is that Ward would be to big a task for him, and don’t think he could possibly beat Ward at this time. I myself think, Ward who not long ago made a claim that he could beat one of the Klitschko brothers should at least go up to light heavyweight division. Da La Hoya has brought up about a fight between Quillen and Golovkin, in another article here Sam Soliman has mentioned Golvkin, though I have not heard from the Coto camp on a possible fight with Golvkin, hopefully though HBO would like that fight.Posted July 29, 2014 7:28 pm
You sure are Ernie
Seems you take Plato seriously… “Know Thyself”Posted July 29, 2014 5:43 pm
to right. thank god for Herman and Wladdy.Posted July 29, 2014 3:59 pm
Panic in Detroit
Blacks can’t take it. They lost HW a long time ago and now they’re losing other divisions….Posted July 29, 2014 3:43 pm
Why are Canelos Fans so terrified of him fighting GGG at 154lbs???Posted July 29, 2014 2:57 pm
I’m not a moron. I am the greatest fight PROPHET ever born!!!!Posted July 29, 2014 2:50 pm
Anonymous: You should be nicer to people. It is bad manners to behave that way. Particularly if you are talking to the greatest fight PROPHET ever born!!!! You may kiss my feet and apologize.Posted July 29, 2014 2:06 pm
Cotto will outbox and outclass Golovkin if they meet. Sure he is naturally smaller but was also naturally smaller against Martinez. He will win a clear decision if he doesn’t end it early by KO. I picked Cotto against Martinez and i’ll stand with Cotto vs. the untested GGG. I am the greatest fight PROPHET ever born!!!!Posted July 29, 2014 1:55 pm
Man c’mon Curtis Stevens was no big deal he was a guy put in there to lose.. His last 4 opponents before Golovkin had a total of 28 losses between them.. Geale and Macklin are Golovkins opponents that were World Level MW’s….Posted July 29, 2014 1:18 pm
GGG walks forward and shrinks the ring on you, he doesn’t leave the side or back door open for you to escape.Posted July 29, 2014 11:52 am
BLOOD TEST THISGUY FIRST BOXING FULL OF HGH CRIMINALS PEOPLE STOP BEING STUPIDPosted July 29, 2014 11:30 am
“Golovkin easily cut the ring off on everybody he’s faced in all his title defenses.. You can’t get away from him.. ”
That’s a fact, Tark. He is a master at cutting off the ring. He doesn’t mess around. He moves very well laterally and anticipates his opponents’ movement with amazing accuracy.Posted July 29, 2014 10:01 am
“Name one good fighter GGG beat??? ”
Daniel Geale, Matthew Macklin, Curtis Stevens. Those are “good” fighters. Not great, but good. You question has been answered.Posted July 29, 2014 9:57 am
LOT of retards on here…floyd kos cotto…points canelo…and your tellin me..ggg cant knock all three of them out..a middleweight!!!…fark off you dumb kunts…GGG would murder anything under 164!!Posted July 29, 2014 8:39 am
Teflon: if G is a bum, you must be the anus.Posted July 29, 2014 5:54 am
GGG fight Ward and lets see how tough you really are..Posted July 29, 2014 3:42 am
GGG vrs CANELO!!!! Absolute slug fest!!!!Posted July 29, 2014 3:22 am
Name one good fighter GGG beat??? Go ahead I will wait opps there is none…Posted July 29, 2014 3:16 am
you’re an idiotPosted July 29, 2014 3:12 am
GGG is a bum he has a list of cab drivers on his record he hasnt beat one good fighter yet. No one is scared of GGG he has alot to prove he is overhypedPosted July 29, 2014 3:10 am
Beat Cotto that is…Posted July 29, 2014 3:09 am
Correction… Trout has one (1) KO in his last 10 fights… but he hasn’t had a win since he beat Canelo in 2012.Posted July 29, 2014 3:09 am
@ Cotto the Champion makes excuses.., “Everyone’s acting as though Cotto is without any tools to deal with GGG. At the very least, GGG would go 12 rounds with Cotto and be out of breath. Actually, even Canelo can deal with GGG more so than Chavez Jr.”
BULLSHlT… Canelo is too damned slow and gets smashed.
Cotto isn’t fast enough, tall enough, or strong enough to deal with Golovkin.. But I will definitely say Cotto is an ATG fighter—but mainly because he’s a world champion in 4 weight classes..
But Cotto was very lucky to fight very easy fighters he could easily beat in 3 of those divisions when he made his move — including rickety 39-year-old Sergio Martinez with wrecked knees, who’s been fading badly for 3 fights… Yuri Foreman with one problem knee going completely out during his fight with Cotto.. These situations fell right into Cotto’s lap when he grabbed those divisional titles.
A guy like Trout who dominated Cotto would be a sitting duck for GGG.. For one thing Trout isn’t sturdy.. for another thing Trout can’t absorb a hard punch.. for a 3rd thing Trout can’t punch. He hasn’t knocked anyone out for at least 10 fights.Posted July 29, 2014 3:03 am
Golovkin wants Cotto next, he would knock Cotto out, but first he will fight Soliman for a unification fight, winning another title will give him more power for a big fight., Golovkin wants Cotto now, but Cotto is afraid, very afraid. Golovkin also said that he would come all the way down to 154 and fight Void, but Void is a damned coward and will not fight him, nor will he fight Pac.
Geales’ manager: Golovkin is one of the best middleweights of all time!!!Posted July 29, 2014 2:03 am
Cotto The Champion
Cotto has equal skills to GGG if not even more experience. Cotto could and would TKO ALL of GGG’s opponents thus far. Even GGG’s speed, Cotto can neutralize. The only variable factor is GGG’s punching power which may or may not be as hard-hitting as Cotto’s. Even so, Cotto has all the skill sets to keep GGG at bay and at short notice. Everyone’s acting as though Cotto is without any tools to deal with GGG. At the very least, GGG would go 12 rounds with Cotto and be out of breath. Actually, even Canelo can deal with GGG more so than Chavez Jr.Posted July 29, 2014 1:29 am
Sredmond only wants canelo to win so he can compare to floyd. GGG stops canelo then sred will cut himselfPosted July 29, 2014 12:21 am
Sredmond is ignorant…, ” Canelo can also punch and I would give him an edge in speed compared to GGG… The guys that bedeviled Canelo all were slick guys that offered movement, Golovkin is there to be hit all night long.”
Golovkin has tremendous foot speed, and is much faster than Canelo.. You didn’t watch the Geale fight.. Golovkin showed better foot movement than Floyd did in his last fight against a many times beaten Maidana.. GGG often retreated and pivioted with lightning speed while avoiding punches, or brunt impact of any that landed.
Canelo couldn’t cut the ring off on Lara when Lara chose to move.. And Canelo took straigtht lefts flush to the head.. If Lara could punch like Golovkin that fight would have been OVER!!! Golovkin easily cut the ring off on everybody he’s faced in all his title defenses.. You can’t get away from him.. He retreats a lot faster than Canelo does, slipping and sliding off punches and pivoting whiled doing so.. He rarely takes punches flush like Canelo often does.
I’m sure if Golovkin fights Cotto, you won’t be seeing 3G’s corner breaking out the King-Sized Q-Tips, dipping them into coagulant, and shoving them up GGG’s nose to stem all the bleeding, like happened to Floyd… I’m sure you won’t see GGG staggering and grabbing like old Mosley had Floyd doing.
GGG is a little too fast, slick, and masterful for any of that to happen to him.Posted July 28, 2014 11:46 pm
Someone is trying to hack me. Brza you write always fair champ and if there is any negativity against you it’s some other foolPosted July 28, 2014 11:45 pm
brza da originator
No doubt Loomis . If that is the real uPosted July 28, 2014 11:22 pm
Guys with only 12 ko on there record are still not a big test for Triple G more like tune up fights. We don’t really know how Triple G responds when he gets hit by a guy who can punch as hard as he can. What I really want to see is Triple G vs Canelo. Funny how ODH name droped quillan but did not mention Canelo. It would a great fight and a true test for both fighters. Although I will put my Money on Triple G KO Canelo or make quit on his stool.Posted July 28, 2014 11:13 pm
“GGG hits hard but it takes more than that, he is slow and a plotter he likes to get you on the ropes and unload.” – Teflon you’re not watching GGG if you think he’s a plodder. Watch his footwork, it’s textbook. Watch how he cuts off the ring, he practices this in the gym countless hours. Compare how he cuts off the ring to how Canelo walks after opponents. GGG’s hand speed is only above average but the angles he hits from and the power in those hands more than compensates.Posted July 28, 2014 11:07 pm
Brza da originator my opologies if I, m blaming you in the wrong but 1 post in particular was nearly identical to one you posted to me reference froch when you and I were lambasting one another a few days ago lol. Not to worry I just think its very childish as people waste time replying to it when in fact its a hoax post.Posted July 28, 2014 10:48 pm
GGG hits hard but it takes more than that, he is slow and a plotter he likes to get you on the ropes and unload But a more experienced boxer who is mobile will give him all kinds of problems, there is nothing special about GGG other than he has KO power, but he hasnt fought anyone either not the top guys who would test him. The jury is still out on GGGPosted July 28, 2014 10:44 pm
brza da originator
Loomis n im not even sure that is the real Loomis because yeah someone is posting under ur name because u were talkin a lot of sense but I promise I can t take credit for it . False posting is a biatch move n if u read any of my informative posts u know im all about the facts players . My last post adressin imposter issuesPosted July 28, 2014 10:33 pm
BRZA DA ORIGINATOR IS POSTING UNDER LOOMIS, THIS IS THE KIND OF PEOPLE WE INTERACT WITH ON THESE THREADS, IDIOT.Posted July 28, 2014 9:54 pm
Hell no, don’t put laras scary ass anywhere near ggg, nobody cares for that amateur crapPosted July 28, 2014 9:51 pm
GGG beats canelo, cotto, and quillin at the same time. none of them can absorb the punishment he can deal. Im a cotto fan but i dont wanna see that. GGG should be the top and canelo and cotto should be earning the fight with him. GGG will have his haters who say this and that but when no one can test you then you are the test.Posted July 28, 2014 8:29 pm
Cotto Vs GGG with VADA testing all the way.Posted July 28, 2014 8:05 pm
If Cotto’s people would agree to fight Triple G then Cotto would not hesitate to get into the ring with him.But his people know that if they make this match then Cotto will most likely retire after this type of fight.Cotto can not match GGG’s speed,power, or skill at this point in his career (or maybe at any point in his career). Cotto would not last 4 rds.Either he would be KOed or his corner would have to save his health by throwing in the towel.Nobody from 54-68 besides maybe ward beats this kid.He will not be able to really showcase his skills because the so called elites of his weight class will run,duck, & cover whenever his name is mentioned. Ward would fight him but it would not be an easy win by no means.If Ward would be stupid enough to trade with him then Ward takes a nap.If Ward would be allowed his jab,grab, & headbutt strategy then Ward maybe wins by MD.Anybody and I mean anybody who tries to trade punches with this kid from 154 to 168 goes to sleep period.Posted July 28, 2014 7:24 pm
Cotto is no ducker. He will, however, make the best financial decision for Miguel Cotto with the least risk. In this case both are a huge risk. That said, Cotto isn’t afraid of either challenge though both Canelo and GGG beat the smaller, older Cotto. He will likely choose Canelo w a huge fan base and proven ppv track record. GGG will get into the ppv mix and likely be devastating. Right now its far more risk with not enough reward but his fan base is growing exponentially.Posted July 28, 2014 7:10 pm
Cotto has never ducked anybodyPosted July 28, 2014 6:07 pm
GGG hasnt fought anyone worth talking about. He is 160 and its not too many good fighters in his class. Ward would beat his ass so would Canelo or Cotto. GGG is unproven its easy to look good beating up cab drivers. GGG hits hard but he is slow a plotter who beats you up on the ropes thought but can easily be out boxed and out worked he hasnt fought anyone worth talking about .Posted July 28, 2014 6:06 pm
GGG vs LemieuxPosted July 28, 2014 5:47 pm
Cotto will duck Golovkin, wait and see. Cotto knows he’ll get smashed to bits, he’ll run away like a coward and fight someone else and then everyone will know he’s a chicken.Posted July 28, 2014 5:33 pm
Cotto not fighting GGG will do nothing to his legacy or his fan base. Thats a ridiculous statement.Posted July 28, 2014 5:29 pm
Now Cottos fans saying he should retire..hahaha…is he back or not???? When he beat down delvin you guys had ur panties wet now ggg is calling him out now Cotto should retire…DUCKINGPosted July 28, 2014 5:23 pm
Some people don’t know boxing…if a fighter really wants a fight he would demand it. Just like canleo demanded the fight with Lara…Cotto could’ve fought Canleo but he choose to fight old Martinez.Posted July 28, 2014 5:20 pm
COTTO FIGHT GGG OR LEAVE BOXING, you dodge you will lose a huge fan base and credibility!!!!!Posted July 28, 2014 5:19 pm
Miguel Cotto would definitely fight GGG because he’s a true fighter, and there’s no doubt about that. He is a warrior that fears no one, but the reality is that he would take a beating from GGG. Miguel is not a middleweight. He’s older and slower, and most importantly he takes punches and he won’t quit. GGG would have to hurt him. I don’t even want to see that fight because Cotto is a decent and humble human being. A canelo fight would suit him best, but even then, his short falls won’t allow him to beat these younger, bigger stronger guys. Age catches up to everyone.Posted July 28, 2014 5:19 pm
“Cotto has never ducked anyone. Personally, I believed he should retire on top after the Martinez victory. Still the man wants to continue. Show me where he stated that he doesn’t want to fight GGG and Canelo.” – Good point Prudential. Cotto has a history of ducking nobody. So he should be given the benefit of the doubt at this time. His beating Martinez is the best thing that could’ve happened because eveyrone knows Martinez has been running far away from GGG. DiBella admitted that on the record.Posted July 28, 2014 5:17 pm
“Fight Aficionado, GGG wanted JC Jr so whats the issue? Why would Cotto forgoe a HUGE payday that GGGs people cannot actually produce given his limited fanbase at this point..?” – SREDMOND I don’t have a problem with Cotto vs Jr since it’s a good action fight. But 160 needs unification and nobody knows if Jr can actually make 160 anymore. The money fights are Cotto vs Jr and Cotto vs Canelo so it won’t be surprising if that’s where he goes. But since Cotto is the man who beat the man and the linear champion him vs GGG is the most meaningful fight at 160.Posted July 28, 2014 5:15 pm
Some morons believed that lies are believed by others as truth. Cotto has never ducked anyone. Personally, I believed he should retire on top after the Martinez victory. Still the man wants to continue. Show me where he stated that he doesn’t want to fight GGG and Canelo. Roach was at MSG last Saturday and he seems to want the fight with GGG and Cotto. Fighters don’t duck others fighters. Promoters do.Posted July 28, 2014 5:12 pm
brza da originator
People r sleeping on gennadys popularity . He has no built in fanbase at the garden like cotto wit the Puerto ricans but look at hbo s ratings this week . Garauntee he did big even competing against a ufc cardPosted July 28, 2014 5:10 pm
GGG vs Chavez Jr didn’t come off because of Top Rank. They wanted to extend the contract and Chavez didn’t want to and that is basically why the fight did not come off. Had nothing to do with Chavez being scared. Had everything to do with Top Rank wanting to extend their contract. Something Arum said he never does.Posted July 28, 2014 5:00 pm
Couple months ago people where saying Cotto is back and stronger than. ever…so Cotto should prove itPosted July 28, 2014 4:58 pm
Fight Aficionado, GGG wanted JC Jr so whats the issue? Why would Cotto forgoe a HUGE payday that GGGs people cannot actually produce given his limited fanbase at this point..?Posted July 28, 2014 4:57 pm
GGG..and Canelo..Posted July 28, 2014 4:56 pm
GGG..and CaneloPosted July 28, 2014 4:56 pm
Who has Cotto turn down?Posted July 28, 2014 4:54 pm
Cotto is ducking ggg…he’s willing to fight a old punching bag Martinez to get a belt in 160 division but don’t want nothing to do with ggg..him or his fans..COWARD…Posted July 28, 2014 4:48 pm
GGG called out any and everyone on Saturday so WHO NEX? Cotto vs GGG is the most sensible fight at 160. It would establish who the boss is in the division and GGG’s people say they’ll make it financially viable. But there’s now talk of Cotto vs JC Jr now. Not surprised.Posted July 28, 2014 4:47 pm
Like anyone is gonna listen to the ridiculous racist rants of SREDMONDPosted July 28, 2014 4:37 pm
Cotto NEVER ducked anyone even when the fights were tough ones… knocking Cotto because some of you BUMS need to believe that NO ONE in their right mind would fight Golovkin is BOGUS, if the money is right Cotto will fight him likely after Alvarez assuming a win…Golovkin is NO different he has said that he would fight at 168 if its a PPV event (translation if the money justifies the risk) Cotto took on a tricky opponent for himself at the time (Trout) and took a loss for his troubles… Even Canelo has taken on some tough outs ie Lara, Mayweather and Trout… GGG is looking impressive against those he has been fed but lets not get carried away and try and take a leak on the rest of the sport…Posted July 28, 2014 4:33 pm
brza da originator
Gennady has got the ability to box the ears off guys all day long ( one of the greatest amatuer careers of all time 345/5 ) but he got to the bright lights of usa relatively late so he knows the need to entertain . Winning lopsided decisions against non superstars is not gonna get him to where he wants to be . AND I for one am lovin it. Msg was electric the other night pepple r aware they’re witnessing something special akin to kid dinamite comin up in the mid 80 s ( thats right I said it ) .Posted July 28, 2014 4:32 pm
Cotto isn’t gonna fight GGG. Not when he can fight Canelo. Cotto has never turned down a challenge and if forced to or presented with a very nice payday I can see him fighting GGG. But for PPV revenue Canelo is were it is at. I think that fight happens before fighting GGG.Posted July 28, 2014 4:31 pm
brza da originator
Gennady has got the ability to box the ears off guys all day long ( one of the greatest amatuer careers of all time 345/5 ) but he got to the bright lights of usa relatively late so he knows the need to entertain . Winning lopsided decisions against non superstars is not gonna get him to where he wants to be . AND I for one am lovin it. Msg was electric the other night pepple r aware they’re witnessing something special akin to kid dinamite comin up in the mid 80 s ( thats right I said it )Posted July 28, 2014 4:27 pm
Although I respect Cotto for his accomplishments and his ability as a professional, he is on his downside regardless of his win over a very injured Martinez. I prefer GGG to face either Chavez or Alvarez, but especially Alvarez. GGG will take both out but will have an easier time with Alvarez who is not nearly as good as De La Hoya would have us believe.Posted July 28, 2014 4:11 pm
Ok GGG does NOT have to go to 168, then STOP saying he can clean out all the divisions up to 168??? Guys wanna protect his punching power at 160 COOL then say he is solid from 160 and we know he can bang on guys from lower divisions but the whole “anyone from 175 to 154 thing” has gotta go.. Some of your protectionists are really detracting from the legend you are trying to promote, Cotto was a guy who started at 140 and had the balls to challenge for the crown at 160 and apparently carried his punch… He had Martinez down 3x in the first round, you guys don’t think Golovkin can handle some action at 168 and when he started at 160?????Posted July 28, 2014 4:06 pm
Dave.spot on.Posted July 28, 2014 4:06 pm
HaHaHa, GGG needs to prove he can hang with Ward, Golovkin is making his case whereas Ward cleaned out a division that was so ripe then with talent a tourney was needed… He waxed them all and treated then Lineal LHW Champ Chad Dawson like a cherry on top… Golovkin beating up Daniel Geale and Adama in succession don’t carry enough weight to dictate to SOG…Posted July 28, 2014 4:00 pm
GGG is not the greatest MW, that title belongs to Sugar Ray Robinson and will remain so, but GGG is the best since Hagler.Posted July 28, 2014 4:00 pm
I will. He’s a bum. They are all bums. They stop being bums when they stop ducking me!Posted July 28, 2014 3:58 pm
I give GGG two more fights and the ESB clan will say he”s the best 160 Ever.Posted July 28, 2014 3:51 pm
Buddy McGirt says “GGG would get locked up for murder if he fights Cotto.”
I’d rather believe a world class trainer like Buddy, than believe a nobody like you.Posted July 28, 2014 3:42 pm
Ward fights at 168, well he used to, but now he just sits on his backside talkin but doing no fighting.
Golovkin fights at 160, he wants to get all the belts at that weight division, so they won’t be fighting for a long time yet.
To prove himself worthy of being in the ring with Golovkin, Ward needs to fight Kovalev at 175 the weight he won the gold medal in the Olympics.Posted July 28, 2014 3:39 pm
Cotto haters be hating on him bc he ain’t American or Mexican. Simple as that. Jealousy, simple as thatPosted July 28, 2014 3:38 pm
GGG is a natural middleweight and should NOT go up to Super Middle – Abraham made the mistake of going to Super MiddlePosted July 28, 2014 3:37 pm
Soliman might be game.Posted July 28, 2014 3:36 pm
@ horse face, paquiao was still on d roids when he fought cotto. Cotto don’t needs to fight ggg. Not enough money there plus ggg hasn’t done enough to get spanked or possibly knocked out like Martinez did.Posted July 28, 2014 3:35 pm
Elite fighters running scared of GGG
I love seeing all this so called ‘Elite fighters’ running away from Golvokin like the gutless pampered little prima donna chickens they really are.
Cotto = chicken. he’ll never fight GGG and if he does he’ll get destroyed.
Canelo = chicken, he’ll never fight GGG, that overrated ginger bum stands no chance at all.
Mayweather = the biggest chicken of them all. He’d rather pick on women than face Golovkin at 154.
Qullian stands no chance at all.
Soliman, he stands no chance at all.
Murray, would put up a good fight, he’s hard as nails, but he’d still lose.Posted July 28, 2014 3:33 pm
B Hop is one of the dirtiest fighters ever.Posted July 28, 2014 3:33 pm
A fight against Andre Ward would show where he’s at.Posted July 28, 2014 3:31 pm
My 2 cents
“Hopkins, craft and guile will expose this latest hype job.”
HAHAHAHAHAHAHA! Hilarious. YES please Bernard you racist pig fight Golovkin at 160. I’d love to see that old piece of crap flattened for good.Posted July 28, 2014 3:18 pm
Cotto and Canelo will face each other before they face GGG. Much more money and lower Dr. bills.Posted July 28, 2014 3:08 pm
Something I learned last Saturday about GGG is that he can hit harder than most fighters and the he can also get hit hard and often by B level boxers.Posted July 28, 2014 3:06 pm
My 3 cents
Hopkins is an old 175 pounder…Posted July 28, 2014 3:05 pm
Cotto gets busted up a barbarically stopped in the mid to late rounds following a brutally one sided beating.Posted July 28, 2014 3:04 pm
Golovkin against Quillin, Soliman or Canelo look good. I don’t think Cotto next is on the cards. GGG looks the world’s best at middleweight and is very, very strong at 160lb. He should stay at MW for a few more fights yet, then look to maybe step up to 168.Posted July 28, 2014 3:03 pm
My 2 cents
Hopkins, craft and guile will expose this latest hype job.Posted July 28, 2014 3:01 pm
I think that Canelo vs GGG is an interesting fight… Canelo can also punch and I would give him an edge in speed compared to GGG… The guys that bedeviled Canelo all were slick guys that offered movement, Golovkin is there to be hit all night long and Alvarez will have his opportunities if he can avoid the big shot;…Posted July 28, 2014 2:46 pm
if pacquio can hurt cotto badly, what can golovkin do?Posted July 28, 2014 2:41 pm
so want the fight with cotto to be made, but this is somewhere between slim & no chance and slims out of town. he will face soliman and add the IBFs strap.Posted July 28, 2014 2:40 pm
The only one that would man up is Lara. His movement and sneaky left hands might give GGG some problems. Trout may also take a shot because his career has stalled. Canelo’s people will avoid this fight just escaping the last one with a suspect 117-111 score. Cotto’s people will avoid GGG as well because they can squeeze out a few more paydays with less risk. Qullian might step up if they let him. I would say Chavez Jr but he might get high or come in too fat for the fight. GGG will have to drain himself or jump up to the next division.Posted July 28, 2014 2:38 pm
Agree there. Canelos people will keep him safe at jnr middle till GGG moves up. Cotto will want to fight him but I think his people will avoid this and may pursue canelo themselves in a Puerto Rico vs Mexico mega fight. The only real options are qulin who is unbeaten and holds his own world title or Martin Murray. Apart from those there is not much out there for GGG un fortunatly for him he will be avoided which is a shame as he needs to fight the big names. A dream fight will be mayweather but I’m guessing he will avoid GGG like the plaguePosted July 28, 2014 2:25 pm
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… They’ll push for Canelo to take on Old Broken Shot 147lb Clottey??? ROFLMAO.. Canelos got to be the biggest Mexican Hyped Flop in over 15 years…Posted July 28, 2014 2:19 pm