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  • Smash
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    Originally posted by Jack_sh*t View Post

    GGG doing his best Ilya Kuryakin impression..
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    Im seeing a younger putin in there too.....

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  • genrick
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    Japan invented bad judging in the sport. What is Glovkin talking about?

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  • Jack_sh*t
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    Originally posted by Smash View Post
    who the hell is that pasty looking ole fella on the left?? thats not ggg!
    GGG doing his best Ilya Kuryakin impression..

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  • mlac
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    Originally posted by Monty Fisto View Post
    No concerns... Unless he gets a bad decision.
    that N'dam - Murata robbery was truly bizarre. Don't think this goes past 6 or 7 rounds though (unless he's shot to bits)

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  • Smash
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    who the hell is that pasty looking ole fella on the left?? thats not ggg!

    murata is lower down the pecking order than ggg, so not too many worries about officials in this one

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  • Monty Fisto
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    No concerns... Unless he gets a bad decision.

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  • Comments Thread For: Golovkin: I Honestly Don't Think I Have Any Concerns About Judging Of Murata Fight

    More than most boxers, Gennadiy Golovkin has every reason to be concerned about the scoring of his upcoming fight. The hard-hitting Golovkin was left with a dubious draw on his record the first time he fought Mexican icon Canelo Alvarez in a middleweight title fight 4 1/2 years ago at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Alvarez also won their 12-round rematch by majority decision a year later at that same venue, though that result was far less controversial.
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