Punching Power Of Gennady Golovkin In Slow Motion
Unless you have been living under a rock, you might not have heard about a huge boxing match taking place later in 2017. Two of the greatest fighters alive on the planet today will step into the ring. To find out who is the best. It’s a boxing “purists” wet dream and it’s not Floyd Mayweather vs Conor McGregor. As Gennady Golovkin and Canelo Alvarez will face off on September 16th.
And on the line, are the WBA (Super), IBF, IBO and vacant lineal middleweight titles. And not just that feast of world titles. Two of the very best in the World may very well be vying for the title of the best p4p boxer on the planet.
While Canelo is widely recognised for his ring craftsmanship, exuding pure boxing talent. Golovkin above all else is known for his punching power. Seen as one of the hardest-hitting boxers alive today. We thought we would take a closer look at what the boxer from Kazakhstan brings when he enters the ring.
With a record of 37 wins, 34 by knockout. How will Golovkin “GGG’s” power stack up against the fast and super aggressive Alvarez? Can the Mexican nullify the power advantage, make GGG miss and take the win. Or will Gennady Golovkin do what he does so well? What he has done to so many who have tried to test his metal and knock Alvarez out cold?
If fight fans aren’t burnt out after the lead up to August 26th. this is boxing of the highest calibre that should hopefully live up to expectations. The two very best boxers in the World, coming together in a long-overdue fight that many thought might never happen. Overshadowed by the massive event in late August, yes. But in terms of pure boxing history, it’s a must-see for all.