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Sanchez: I Give Golovkin a 9 out of 10 for Geale Win

by David P. Greisman

It was a one-punch, third-round stoppage for Gennady Golovkin over Daniel Geale on Saturday night. Golovkin’s trainer, Abel Sanchez, said he rated the fighter’s performance a 9 out of 10.

Here’s why:

“I was asking him between the first and the second round and between the second and third round to stop searching for a shot, stop looking for his head,” Sanchez said at the post-fight press conference. “I wanted him to go to the upper body a little more, to the shoulders, and that shot would come. But he was hell bent on trying to knock him out early. He wasn’t listening. He did what he thought was best in there, and he’s the one that’s in there, so all I can do is ask from the outside.”

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by MrTambourineMan on 07-29-2014

I peaked at 11.2 Inches. Gennady looked good Boy.

Comment by King_ on 07-29-2014

I give him a 10/10. He dominated a world class, top 5 fighter with ease. Golovkin is truly something special

Comment by BoxingLaw on 07-29-2014

[QUOTE=Divine Hammer;14807928]i give his performance a 9.7/10 and his post fight interview a 8.3/10[/QUOTE] haha!! Personally, I give him a 9.5. On the basis that he fought a close to perfect fight against a former title holder. I didn't give…

Comment by Divine Hammer on 07-29-2014

i give his performance a 9.7/10 and his post fight interview a 8.3/10

Comment by DadeCounty305 on 07-29-2014

[QUOTE=yoshik;14807452]...that all the couch and arm chair boxing experts rank on Sanchez, Roach and many of the trainers. Let me say this: You sound like fools. When you are in the corner of a champion then maybe you have the…

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