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Please fight Golovkin so I can see you get TkO’d in the fourth round!

Posted October 26, 2012 8:54 pm 

Ray Ray

I like Quillin. He has a gd head on his shoulders and theres room 4 improvement in the ring 4 him, he could b 1 of the real elite guys. Stacked mddlwght devision at the moment…..Going 2 b some big exciting fights at this weight over the nxt 12 months…. Sergio, Golovkin, Quillin, Geale who might have his work cut out 4 him against Mundine yet? Nice win Quillin

Posted October 26, 2012 8:06 pm 


Qillin vs. Golovkin…make it happen. How many people are going to use the “no one knows who Gennady is” excuse while they continue to fight even lesser known competition? Golovkin by KO.

Posted October 26, 2012 2:16 pm 


Not if he fights Golovkin.

Posted October 26, 2012 12:14 pm 


Good win but for a good win, it must have been as well a good fight which it was. Quillin didn’t dominate per se but he won and that’s ultimately what counts. He gave a good as he got and he got hit pretty good which is why many feel a rematch is worth watching. While Quillin( pronounced, kee-yeen in Cuba) gave a good account of himself, unless he improves his defense, I don’t see him keeping the strap for too long.

Posted October 26, 2012 11:49 am 

Water Buffalo

Peter Quillin is a champion, both inside and outside the ring. We are, and he is very proud of his Cuban heritage his fan base due to his genuine honest, humble personality is growing. Niot only does he have a dynamite left hook, he is also a serious student of boxing technique and history. Estamos muy orgullosos de ti mi sangre. Mucho Ache, te vela el spirito de nuestro Kid Chocolate campion.

Posted October 26, 2012 12:56 am 

Bobby Walker

Lol Tark! Yeah nothing short of outstanding performance for Pete! Choclate’s fighting strong these days and he shines just as much outside of the ring! Very personable and polite and thats a night I was in the opposite corner!

Posted October 25, 2012 9:54 pm 


Here’s an undefeated American who after many years of poverty, sacrifice, homelessness, and struggle, wins a world middleweight title by beating an undefeated champion by a wide margin UD 115 – 107 on all cards. It was the fight of the night. Quillin scored 6 knockdowns taking huge risks—but there’s no congradulations or huge outporing of support from the fans …. Just Boxtradamus with his usual delusional rant.

Posted October 25, 2012 9:05 pm 

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