Published: Tue, May 08, 2018

Gomez Says GGG Is Scared Of Canelo

Gomez Says GGG Is Scared Of Canelo

Golovkin (38-0-1, 34 KOs) tied Bernard Hopkins' record for middleweight title defenses 1:53 into the second round at the StubHub Center on a card shown by HBO. It's a ideal fight for Cinco de Mayo because it is going to be two guys - Mexican-style fighters - going head to head. Super World Middleweight Championship with the bout being broadcast live on the premium network cable giant HBO.

The fight got off to a roaring start, with both Golovkin and Martirosyan looking to establish their distance and pace. If Golovkin wants to eventually realize his goal of becoming undisputed middleweight champion, he may have to go up against the Ukrainian prospect sooner than later before the IBF retracts his title. I didn't want to waste time. This fight is without doubt not one to miss.

Golovkin has attempted for years to hold all four major belts simultaneously, and he has been the WBA, WBC and IBF champion since 2015. Bellew was only a light-heavyweight when Haye was at the peak of his career as the World Boxing Association heavyweight champion.

GGG cornered Martirosyan against the ropes before unleashing a rapid-fire combination that proved too much for the challenger to evade.

It's safe to say that Golovkin is game. "I know who Canelo is and his style". I feel comfortable answering those questions. Boxing legend Lucia Rijker, who has been training Braekhus for this fight will be in her corner Saturday night. "We're in it to fight and we can fight". It isn't hugely available on TV worldwide, so a VPN may be the best way to stream the fight - you'll find out all about that below.


Either way, 2018 is shaping up to be a great year for boxing.

California-born teen featherweight Jesse Rodriguez stayed unbeaten as a pro with a third-round KO in a scheduled six-rounder against 48-fight veteran Armando Vazquez. And he is local here in the Los Angeles area.

Golden Boy Promotions head Oscar De La Hoya has insisted that Alvarez enroll in a drug testing program ahead of a rematch.

While not the most ideal situation, this is the best-case scenario considering the circumstances, and we still get to see one of the biggest names in the sport. Kambosos Jr. said he's had a hundred rounds of sparring to prepare for his United States debut and is ready for anyone. Martirosyan was supposed to fight Maciej Sulecki but he pulled out not long before the bout in order to accept a higher-profile and far more lucrative fight at middleweight against Daniel Jacobs, which Sulecki lost by decision Saturday.

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