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Old 02-03-2013, 02:27 AM   #16
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Most will still be running from Golovkin and Kovalez. Sergio Martinez will still have had trouble getting anyone to fight him esp. Void. SOB Ward will still refuse to fight Vitali or Vladimir Klitschko, as he claims he can easily knock both of them out easily in one round. Void will continue to cherry pick. PED business will grow, wonder if Marquez' PED specialist strength trainer will still be in business?
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Old 02-03-2013, 09:09 AM   #17
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The biggest star will be Saul Alvarez.

Golovkin will be the middleweight Champion.

Andre Ward will be campaigning at LHW, still unbeaten, and be pondering a move to cruiserweight in search of fresh challenges.

Adrien Broner will be a champion at welterweight

Mikey Garcia will hold a belt at Lightweight.

GBP will be trying to set up Golovkin-Alvarez (Alvarez won't want it) or Alvarez-Broner (Broner won't want it) as far as big superfights are concerned.

If Arum hasn't passed away yet, there will be many more fights that haven't happened. If he has passed away, GBP and Top Rank will co-promote once more.
I agree that he'll be the undisputed middleweight champion in the next year or so but he's already 30 and I suspect that he'll move up at some point.
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