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Old 11-12-2012, 11:14 AM
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Originally Posted by ~Django~ View Post
Golovkin (24-0, 21 KO) is a legitimate contender in the middleweight division. But he is not a star, and he's got a long way to go before he builds his name enough that he could face the likes of Sergio Martinez, says Martinez's promoter, Lou DiBella.

"Who would give a flying ****, and why are you even asking? Who knows Gennady Golovkin other than you, me and a few other people? How many people would he bring to the table? How much money would he generate? ... He is a very good fighter, but it's a fight that economically makes no sense."



But Martin Murray makes economical sense? If it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck huh.
I agree with DiBella that it doesn't make sense financially speaking. But who the F are they fighting or trying to fight that makes sense financially? Macklin, Dzinziruk, Barker?? At least Golovkin fought on HBO 1 time; you would think that would make more sense than most guys available right now not named Canelo, Chavez, Cotto, or Mayweather.
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