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Kassim Ouma Feels Enough is Left To Beat Golovkin

By Chris LaBate

At age 32, and several tough setbacks, former junior middleweight champion Kassim ‘The Dream’ Ouma still feels that he has enough left to defeat unbeaten Gennady Golovkin for the WBA "regular" middleweight title on Friday at the Arena Roberto Duran in Panama City. Ouma has lost five of his last seven since 2006 but still ranked 10th by WBA, which merits a title shot. Golovkin is a hard puncher, winning 20 bouts and 17 of them by knockout.

“I feel like I have a lot of time left as I have lost some close fights that could have gone either way. I am not going to predict how much longer I am going to fight,” Ouma said to New Vision.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by ИATAS on 06-16-2011

[QUOTE=El Jesus;10699065]i havent seen ouma fight in years, but he looked gone more than 3 years ago truth be told.[/QUOTE] he actually looked good against Vanes Martirosyan last year and knocked Vanes down in the 9th round. It was a…

Comment by giacomino on 06-15-2011

Ouma has no chance. The only question is how long the fight will last. He is shot and Golvkin is too good

Comment by El Jesus on 06-15-2011

i havent seen ouma fight in years, but he looked gone more than 3 years ago truth be told.

Comment by The_Demon on 06-15-2011

I doubt it,Golovkin is a beast

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