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Video: K2's Loeffler on Golovkin's TKO Win, Future Options

Bill Emes catches up with K2's Tom Loeffler, promoter of WBA/IBO middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin, to discuss the boxer's future after stopping Curtis Stevens in eight rounds at the Theater in New York's Madison Square Garden.
User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Hawkeye_616 on 11-05-2013

[QUOTE=MDPopescu;13899942]The fact is that Golovkin still has some unfinished business at 160. If he goes North, they would say that he ducked Martinez or Quillin or Murray, wouldn't they?[/QUOTE] They would say Martinez,Quillin , and Murray ducked GGG. He just…

Comment by MDPopescu on 11-03-2013

The fact is that Golovkin still has some unfinished business at 160. If he goes North, they would say that he ducked Martinez or Quillin or Murray, wouldn't they?

Comment by Bodyshot3 on 11-03-2013

There's better money doing a number on Chavez or Martinez and probably much less risk involved as well....moving up to face a big digger like Froch or facing Ward's technique and strength is fan-friendly but career-silly. And as we should…

Comment by Weebler I on 11-03-2013

Loeffler doesn't seem that keen on Froch v Golovkin or Ward v Golovkin. He wants the Martinez v Cotto winner for GG.

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