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Old 09-24-2012, 02:02 PM
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Having amateur experience probably means that Golovkin has some boxing ability, so he won't have to slug it out with Jr. all night. Golovkin will be able to win rounds behind his jab and he'll have the ability to stay in the pocket and bang away. Although he'd be at a size disadvantage, I think Golovkin's chin/punch resistance will allow him to shatter Jr's will. Golovkin has better technique in a phone booth and can throw his own nasty hooks/uppercuts from that distance.

Golovkin is more capable at every facet of boxing, so how is Jr. gonna beat him with just his weight advantage?
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