Gennady Golovkin (39-1, 35KOs) was back in full force yesterday when he knocked out Steve Rolls (19-1, 10KOs) in the fourth round. It was definitely a tune-up fight for Golovkin that was meant to showcase his skill in his DAZN debut. Now with that fight out of the way, who should be next for the Kazakh slugger?
Gennady “GGG” Golovkin (38-1-1 34KOs) returns on Saturday, June 8, at Madison Square Garden in New York City to take on Steve Rolls (19-0 10KOs). The fight will take place at a 164lb catchweight, raising some eyebrows in the boxing world.
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We all know by now that Gennady “GGG” Golovkin (38-1-1, 34 KOs) and longtime trainer Abel Sanchez called it quits recently. Different stories have come out as to why the split occurred.
The moment we have all been waiting for – finally hearing who former unified middleweight champion Gennady “GGG” Golovkin (38-1-1, 34KOs) will fight in June. A fight against Brandon “Cannon” Adams (21-2, 13KOs) has been announced for June 8th.
With that feather in his cap, Spence strengthened his position as the best welterweight on the planet, but where does he rank in the pound-for- pound list ? Does he crack the top 5 ? Lets see.
Former unified Middleweight Champion, Gennady “GGG” Golovkin (38-1-1 34KOs), has signed an official 3 year, 6 fight deal with DAZN. The deal will likely lock him up for the rest of his career.
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“It’s a big drama show. I want to thank all my fans, I want to thank all my Kazakhstan fans for supporting me, for coming out. Of course I want a rematch, this was a real fight. Look I still have all the belts, I’m still the champion.”
“I thought I won the fight. I was superior inside the ring. I won at least 7…8 of the rounds. I was able to counterpunch and even make Gennady Golovkin wobble a couple of times. It’s up to the people if we fight again, I feel frustrated over this draw." Canelo Alvarez
What a fight!!! Fight fans got everything that they could have wanted, except for a respectable decision by the judges. Canelo and GGG left everything they had in the ring last night. While we believe […]