On November 2, Gennady Golovkin will make his WBA and IBO middleweight titles’ next defence when he takes on Curtis Stevens, and price per head services all over the world dealing with boxing are eagerly anticipating this showdown.
Price per head services found out that the fight, which will get underway at New York’s Madison Square Garden, will be a voluntary defence of the titles for the unbeaten champion, who, if he beats Stevens, must next take on Britain’s Martin Murray.
The showdown makes plenty of sense to fans Stateside with Brownsville’s Stevens, like Golovkin, who’s very famous with price per head services for being a very heavy hitter.
However, as Golovkin was able to win by KO 24 of his 27 fights, Stevens won 18 of 25 early on, but price per head services saw that he also lost three times.
And Golovkin, who last time out beat Matthew Macklin with a brutal shot to the body, is arguably the most feared man in the sport as he was able to win by stoppage every one of his nine world title bouts, and pay per head services know how dangerous he is.
“It’s a great fight because he’s a big puncher,” said the Kazakh. “He has a different style to Macklin, he’s from Brooklyn, he fights like Mike Tyson.
Price per head services also believe that he’s a very powerful fighter, and would like to see how much power he continues to put in the ring.
“I think there will be some action – it won’t go to a decision.”
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Murray, who in May was beaten by Sergio Martinez, continues to be the WBA’s mandatory challenger and price per head services believe that in the New Year he should get his third shot at a world title.
Price per head services and Fans everywhere can’t wait to see if Golovkin will indeed be able to successfully defend his title, and are expecting a very intense fight, so get ready for plenty of action in the ring.