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 Last update:  7/23/2014       Read more by Bill Emes         
Golovkin: I'll Do 154 or 168 Only For a Big PPV Fight
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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.

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comment by just the facts, on 07-23-2014
It's plain and simple if GGG and his handlers thought he could beat Ward they would take the fight.

comment by Dealer, on 07-23-2014
[QUOTE=.:: JSFD26 ::.]Maybe in two more years he can explain to us what he actually meant by "Ward is too much for me."[/QUOTE] He could have meant that a diva like Ward is too much drama for him to deal with.

comment by Dealer, on 07-23-2014
[QUOTE=northernmonkey]Dude needs to go to 168, nothing for him at 160, Froch and chavez, wouldn't even bother with ward dude cant sell for **** and would probably beat him anyway[/QUOTE] Except for a lineal title. [QUOTE=IMDAZED]Everyone is the "most feared/avoided" until they're in a posi...

comment by Adidas_Jumper86, on 07-23-2014
[QUOTE=jbpanama]Tell Us DUMBO, What does Ward Bring too the $$ Table???[/QUOTE] I dnt give a fk about the business side, jst good fights. Arent you a ******* who goes at tmt, big dunn, hitking saying "our hero" & having alts? Dnt talk to me close ya mouth you DKSAB

comment by Red Cyclone, on 07-23-2014
Where is Sir Usman? GGG must of read your rant thread you made... Now you can create an appreciation thread for him Usman?

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