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 Last update:  7/24/2014       Read more by Edward Chaykovsky         
   
Golovkin Will Be Watching Out For Geale's Body Shots
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By Edward Chaykovsky

After watching some videos of former two-time champion Daniel Geale (30-2, 16KOs), IBO/WBA middleweight king Gennady Golovkin (29-0, 26KOs) became aware that his Australian challenger throws a very good hook to the body. They are going to collide on Saturday night at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Geale is considered to be the toughest opponent of Golovkin's rising career.

"This is a very important fight for me to fight in the big arena at Madison Square Garden. I'm really looking forward to it. Daniel Geale is a great fighter, he throws a lot of punches and has a different style being from Australia. I saw the Barker fight and know what a very good body puncher he is. This is not going to be an easy fight," Golovkin said.

Tags: Gennady Golovkin , Daniel Geale , Golovkin-Geale , Golovkin vs. Geale



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comment by ShoulderRoll, on 07-24-2014
[QUOTE=NEETzsche]his username is "PAC-BOY" - of course he doesn't follow boxing.[/QUOTE] :rofl: It takes a lot of balls to complain about Geale when his favorite boxer is facing Chris Algieri next

comment by Daddy T, on 07-24-2014
[QUOTE=PAC-BOY]No...not in fuking Australia dumbass. im from the US. Hes only fought Once n the US and got his ass beat. Gee maybe i should travel to Australia and catch some more non televised boxing events of No named fighters that fight no named opponents. "mustn't" :AOR:[/QUOTE] ah ok so...

comment by Szef, on 07-24-2014
[QUOTE=PAC-BOY]Its Chris. And the dude defines NOBODY! Let me know when you can pull a post where im defending that shlt fight! Nice try though! Weak but nice! You got any other defense on GGGs shlt fight with his shlt opponent? lol at least Manny has a Resume better than GGG and Geales combin...

comment by PAC-BOY, on 07-24-2014
[QUOTE=samouraï]What are you babbling about?[/QUOTE] What are you babbling about?

comment by samouraï, on 07-24-2014
[QUOTE=PAC-BOY]And Sturm is what ? I dont care if he beat him in his own fuking house. So he beat Felix Sturm and now he is the second coming of Christ all of a sudden Blahahahaha[/QUOTE] What are you babbling about?

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