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Quinlan, After Knockout of Geale, Calls For Golovkin, Jack, Sturm

By Team Quinlan

The  much  anticipated  IBO  Super  Middleweight  World  Title  fight  between  former  two  time world  Champion  Daniel  Geale  and  Australian  super  talent  Renold  Quinlan  in  Tasmania  has  ended  in  brutal  style  with  Quinlan  stopping  Geale  by  second  round  knockout.   

Quinlan,  with  only  an  11  fight  career  (10-­?1)  was  the  underdog  against  the  brilliantly  credentialed  Geale  who  won  two  World  Titles  in  Germany  and  recently  fell  to  superstars Gennady  Golovkin    (3rd Round  TKO)  and  Miguel  Cotto  (4th round  TKO).  Quinlan  not  only knocked  Geale  out  but  did  it  faster  than  both  of  them.

After his incredible performance, Quinlan stated “this was a very good night for me and the fight  went  exactly  to  plan  but  this  is  just  the  beginning.”

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“Now  that  I  have  a  version  of  the  world  title  I’m  ready  to  take  on  anyone  at  super  middleweight,  or  I’ll  even  fight  the  big  names  at middleweight.  Let  boxers  like  Felix  Sturm  and  Badou  Jack  know  I’m  ready,  or  I’ll  happily  take  on  GGG.” 

“I’m  putting  the  world  on  notice.  I’m  ready  to  be  Australia’s  next  boxing  star.  I’m  in  a  place where  no  man  will  get  in  my  way”.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Sid-Knee on 10-15-2016

[QUOTE=bambam182;17122747]ROFL, and the GGG c0ck boys say "everyone is ducking GGG doe" stupid scum bags, i want to break their knee caps with a bat.[/QUOTE] Well they are ducking him. Just because some nobody has called him out doesn't mean…

Comment by Sid-Knee on 10-15-2016

This guy shouldn't get ahead of himself. He's only beat a shot Geale, not a world class fighter. Golovkin would wreak him in one sided fashion. It would be a pointless fight to say the least.

Comment by bigjavi973 on 10-15-2016

[QUOTE=Beercules;17123888]Damn he looked drunk at the end :lol1:[/QUOTE] hahaha he was all over the place

Comment by Beercules on 10-15-2016

[QUOTE=bigjavi973;17123878][/QUOTE] Damn he looked drunk at the end :lol1:

Comment by bigjavi973 on 10-15-2016

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