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Golovkin hit Macklin so hard it was as if someone had used an industrial strength taser on him. He fell to the canvas writhing in pain. Golovkin walked away calmly after landing the punch. It was just another day at the office for him. Gennady Golovkin made short work of Matthew Macklin with a mind blowing knockout via body shot in round 3 of their bout Saturday night. Next?
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But I don’t see him having anywhere near enough power to keep the Russian contender at bay. By fall, I expect Kovalev to be wearing a world title around his waist and to be the light heavyweight fighter everybody is interested in seeing fight again. Falling: Tyson Fury Christopher Lee/Getty Images I’ve never believed in Fury as a legitimate heavyweight contender, but I have to admit he has surprised me in the past, particularly last December, when I thought Kevin Johnson would hand him his first loss. For a guy who is nearly seven-feet tall, he moves very well.
We’re set for when we come out of this.” John Kirchner, a spokesman for Marvin Doors and Windows told the New York Times. Taylor Morris “And I think about the young sailor I met at Walter Reed hospital, still recovering from a grenade attack that would cause him to have his leg amputated above the knee. Six months ago, I would watch him walk into a White House dinner honoring those who served in Iraq, tall and 20 pounds heavier, dashing in his uniform, with a big grin on his face; sturdy on his new leg. And I remember how a few months after that I would watch him on a bicycle, racing with his fellow wounded warriors on a sparkling spring day, inspiring other heroes who had just begun the hard path he had traveled.
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But, and by large, this is a better draw than we could have hoped for. The USA Knockouts also joined Group A. The last members of the group were the German Eagles and the Algeria Desert Hawks. By contrast with Group B, Group A looks completely open with the four qualification places to the quarter-finals looking potentially achievable by any of the teams.