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seifullaah73

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gennady vs golovkin
« on: June 30, 2013, 06:10:18 pm »
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It was a good fight

I had a feeling that matthew macklin was not going to survive for long from what i saw in the first round, matthew was trying hard to get to him attacking him but golovkin he's a beast, he was coming calm and cutting the ring and getting to matthew and then unleashing hell on him, even though he was not built big but he's confidence and power and coming forward is what made him a beast while macklin tried hard to survive, i felt matthew was finding it difficult to do anything to him while golovkin was just coming forward.

Down went macklin with a liver shot, man that must have been verryyyy painful.



golovkin is a beast.
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Re: gennady vs golovkin
« Reply #1 on: July 02, 2013, 10:32:48 am »
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golovkin is a FREAK.. he has tyson-esque strength (relative to his weightclass).. I think he would beat sergio, chavez jr, etc.. He'd have a problem with ward if he moved up, but man, at middleweight, he's going to destroy that division.

macklin is not a scrub.. and he completely decimated him.