He’s sharp and precise, he’s moving and grooving, stalking and eliminating his targets.
In a few hours the 160 pound world champion from Kazakhstan will step into the ring against his toughest test to date, Martin Murray, 29-1-1, and his only loss being a highly controversial decision. So it could be argued that these are two unbeaten fighters stepping into the ring.
Some cool things you should know about Golovkin, he is 31-0, with 28 ko’s, his last 18 fights have been stopped before they reached 10-12 rounds, he is quickly becoming the most popular boxer after Mayweather and Pacquiao.
Each legitimate victory that a boxer earns, propels the boxer into a new level value to the public. Some setbacks will arise but those are lessons that improvement is necessary.