September 16, 2021

No Canelo, no problem. In case you missed it. Last night Gennady Golovkin returned to the ring at the Stub Hub Center to face Vanes Martirosyan. GGG’s opponent can be described as nothing more than a replacement for Canelo Alvarez, in the wake of Canelo-GGG 2 being cancelled due to Alvarez failed drug tests.

Irrespective of the opponent, GGG looked to be in fine form. Martirosyan landed a shot or two in the opening round which backed Golovkin up. Planting a seed that this may be a competitive affair. However in round two Golovkin asserted his dominance starting with a crushing right uppercut and following with a succession of power punches which put Martirosyan on the canvass for good. After the fight Martirosyan told “It was like being hit by a train, It wasn’t just one punch. It was all of his punches. It’s the hardest I’ve ever been hit.”

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