Golovkin: I'll Do 154 or 168 Only For a Big PPV Fight
By Bill "Two Scoops" Emes
WBA/IBO middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin (29-0, 26KOs) is focused on unifying all of the titles at 160-pounds. There are many possibilities at junior middleweight and super middleweight - but Golovkin has no interest in going down, or going up, unless the opportunity is lucrative enough to become a pay-per-view event.
Golovkin nearly moved up in weight to face Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. - in what was going to be an HBO PPV attraction - but Chavez has ongoing issues with his promoter Top Rank and Golovkin's team forward in another direction - tow-time champion Daniel Geale (30-2, 16KOs) on Saturday night at New York's Madison Square Garden.
"Right now my focus is 160. I'm open for everyone [who is] a big fight, a pay-per-view fight. [Me fighting] at 168 or at 154 is just for a pay-per-view fight. Right now my focus is 160 and I'll stay here [at 160] and I'm open for everybody," Golovkin said.
LMAO, Zurdo at 168 = Mega PPV fight Ward @ 164 doe.Comment by Code Red on 06-25-2016
So he'll go to 168 now that Ward is gone.......okComment by Sugar Adam Ali on 06-25-2016
[QUOTE=Death_Adder;16816250]What position is that? He's still fighting bums and has proven to be a PPV disaster.[/QUOTE] Well he is half of the biggest fight in boxing vs canelo.. That's a much better position than he was 2 years ago.. Plus…Comment by Jubei on 06-25-2016
[QUOTE=Death_Adder;16816250]What position is that? He's still fighting bums and has proven to be a PPV disaster.[/QUOTE] How many PPVs do other active Middle or Supermiddleweights sell? GGG is the hottest ticketseller in the sport, but you degenerated haters will keep…Comment by Death_Adder on 06-25-2016
[QUOTE=Sugar Adam Ali;16815866]This was 2 years ago... Boxing landscape has changed since then.. Ggg in a much better position than he was in 2014[/QUOTE] What position is that? He's still fighting bums and has proven to be a PPV disaster.Post a Comment - View More User Comments (258)