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Bellew: Gennady Golovkin Absolutely Blasts Miguel Cotto

By Edward Chaykovsky

Cruiserweight contender Tony Bellew believes WBA/IBO middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin (29-0, 26KOs) would demolish the competition at 160-pounds. He doesn't see anyone being capable of taking out the hard puncher from Kazakhstan. He picks Golovkin to demolish WBC champion Miguel Cotto, defeat WBO champion Peter Quillin and destroy Sergio Martinez. The only two fighters he could see giving Golovkin trouble at 160 are Quillin and countryman Martin Murray.

"I think he absolutely blasts Miguel Cotto. He destroys what is left of Sergio Martinez. I think the biggest fight out there that can test him physically is the Peter Quillin fight. He’s unbeaten, he’s dangerous, he can punch, he can do a fair bit. I think Golovkin beats Quillin but it’s a test, a stiff test. I believe Martin Murray would be a good fight too because the style Murray possesses is a tight guard, he doesn’t give you much. He’s a world-class middleweight. He’d cause Golovkin problems," Bellew told Sky Sports.

As far as this Saturday's fight against former two-time champion Daniel Geale, Bellew is picking Golovkin to win by knockout.

"I don’t think it’ll be an early finish because I think Golovkin’s at the stage where he says ‘you know what, these early fights do me no good’. I see it going between six and eight and I think Geale will be sickened with the body punches, with the head punches, and I think it’ll be Goodnight Vienna," Bellew said.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Wizardsh on 07-26-2014

[QUOTE=Beater_of_ass;14796993][QUOTE=RAV3N;14795768][QUOTE=Beater_of_ass;14795723] We're embarrassing ourselves because you guys need to think that prime Martinez would have beat Cotto in order to handle the loss? No, the knee had nothing to do with Sergio getting hit in the face over and over,…

Comment by El Angel on 07-26-2014

[QUOTE=Beater_of_ass;14796993]We're embarrassing ourselves because you guys need to think that prime Martinez would have beat Cotto in order to handle the loss? No, the knee had nothing to do with Sergio getting hit in the face over and over, everyone…

Comment by Beater_of_ass on 07-26-2014

[QUOTE=RAV3N;14795768][QUOTE=Beater_of_ass;14795723][QUOTE=RAV3N;14795715] You actually sound like a 5 yo kid chanting the same thing over and over. Props to Cotto for fighting Martinez at the right time, he picked the fruit when it was ripe but dont pretend that he fought…

Comment by RAV3N on 07-25-2014

[QUOTE=Beater_of_ass;14795723][QUOTE=RAV3N;14795715][QUOTE=jcj0427;14795582] Cotto still won.[/QUOTE] You actually sound like a 5 yo kid chanting the same thing over and over. Props to Cotto for fighting Martinez at the right time, he picked the fruit when it was ripe but dont pretend…

Comment by Beater_of_ass on 07-25-2014

[QUOTE=RAV3N;14795715][QUOTE=jcj0427;14795582][QUOTE=cruz1383;14793731] Dont even bother trying to explain these things to cotto fans, they are quite clearly delusional and think that cotto beat a prime martinez with 2 good knees.[/QUOTE] Cotto still won.

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