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Old 11-26-2012, 08:41 PM #5
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I don't know who they will be but I have no doubt plenty of great fighters will be coming from there over the years to come. They are very strong, tough people from a poor part of the world. Now that they are boxing as pros lots of good fighters are going to keep coming from there. Pirog and Golovkin might be the two best middleweights in the world today. Martinez does not seem to want to fight them.
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