Originally Posted by lester proctor
They already stretched the rules to drag out the mandatory, and it was finally due for political reasons. So Geale inherited Sturms immediate mandatory. It'd be unfair to GGG, what if Geale loses, the other guy gets 9 months and so on. If Geale wanted to keep the belt, he should have signed on for the fight. Then he could go back home and really call the shots on Mundine, HBO would be swooning over him. If he won of course, sure thing according to you
Right, but according to you and your fellow GGG nuthuggers, its fair for the WBA to order the fight within 3 months AFTER the fight had been signed and ONE DAY before the actual fight?
So Geale should have signed on to fight the number 3 in the middleweight division less than three months after beating the then number 1 overseas (Martinez was/is Champion). And you say it's unfair for Golovkin who has done **** all in the middleweight division? Not even Martinez, Mayweather or Pacquiao have done that so nice try with the desperate excuse to defend Golovkin and the WBA.
Geale to beat Mundine is a sure thing whereas Golovkin is a tough one to call but I personally think Geale would win but there is no guarantee of a victory for the either man, unlike what you and you fellow GGG nuthuggers say.