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BigFish1

Golovkin-What a beast!

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Has anybody watched this guy? I don't know if I have seen another boxer that is as technically proficient that has that much power. I don't think anybody besides Harvey's guy Canelo that will have the balls to fight him.

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He's the best middleweight in the world, no doubt. But I'm not completely sold on him. All of his opponents have been light punching middleweights and blown up jr. middleweights. He's shown in past fights that he can be easy to hit, which could lead to lot's of trouble against an opponent that has some pop and won't back down.

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I don't know about that JB. He has fought Curtis Stevens (20 knockouts and previously fought at 168lbs), Marco Antonio Rubio (51 knockouts), and Proska (21 knockouts). I do agree he needs to fight better competition, but it is tough when nobody will fight him. He might be easy to hit after he feels the power of his opponent cant hurt him. He appears to be willing to take the punch to deliver the punch like he did with Geale. Murray is a big middleweight, but I agree he doesn't have much power. Just hope someone with a "name" fights him so we can see how good he is.

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Stevens and Rubio (a blown up jr. middleweight) are not very good! C class fighters on their best day! I saw Rubio fight live in Vegas years back and he got violently knocked out in the 1st round by a journeyman! With that being said, the only thing Golovkin can do is continue to dominate these fighters, since there is no one else. Kinda' like Tyson in his heyday.

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