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Old 02-01-2013, 12:59 PM   #8
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Default Re: The best test for GGG at each division (that can realistically happen)

Originally Posted by paddymickey View Post
160> this would be the toughest division but since Chavez is with same promoter its a great fight. Realistically Pirog seems logical choice though
They don't share the same promoter, as Golovkin is with K2 and not Top Rank. Top Rank may have gotten options on Golovkin for putting him on the most recent card, but even if he was a full-fledged member of the promotion there's no chance in hell he'd be getting a moneymaker like Chavez any time in the near future. See Lopez-Gamboa for evidence of how Bob usually likes to handle these kinds of situations.

Originally Posted by badlefthook84 View Post
Why is Martinez fighting Murray then, whats he bring to the table ? Golovkin is being avoided, no two ways about it.
Uh because he's a Brit in a fight that takes place in Argentina? Not to mention it's silly to use the opponent chosen in a post-surgery fight as evidence that another guy is being avoided.
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