Abel Sanchez, Golovkin's trainer, wasn't satisfied with the performance in the ring
Oct 19 2014 9:04 AM
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Abel Sanchez was hoping that Golovkin will get a chance to box in the inside and that the fight lasted longer in order to practice what they do in the gym and the things they will need in the future against better opponents.

Gennady Golovkin defeated Marco Antonio Rubio with a second round knockout.

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deepwater2 says:

That's true. He probably gets tougher fights in sparring then the actual fights. His punching power might be making the other boxers scared just like Tyson's power scared the opponents before the fight even started.

Radam G says:

[QUOTE=deepwater2;67274]That's true. He probably gets tougher fights in sparring then the actual fights. His punching power might be making the other boxers scared just like Tyson's power scared the opponents before the fight even started.[/QUOTE]

Roger dat, D2. Three g's power is scaring the heck outta his opponents just as Iron Mikes power did back in da day.

I looked at the replay of the bout a few time, and 3g hit dat sucka Rubio above the temple on the skull. And Rubio was expecting to be hurt, thus his mind played tricks on him, so he went down and didn't get up. The same thing that a few of Iron Mike's opponents did back in da day. Matter of fact, Iron Mike didn't even hit Bruce Seldon, but Seldon went down like a building hit by a wrecking ball. Holla!

The Commish says:

[QUOTE=Radam G;67421]Roger dat, D2. Three g's power is scaring the heck outta his opponents just as Iron Mikes power did back in da day.

I looked at the replay of the bout a few time, and 3g hit dat sucka Rubio above the temple on the skull. And Rubio was expecting to be hurt, thus his mind played tricks on him, so he went down and didn't get up. The same thing that a few of Iron Mike's opponents did back in da day. Matter of fact, Iron Mike didn't even hit Bruce Seldon, but Seldon went down like a building hit by a wrecking ball. Holla![/QUOTE]

I worked with Bruce Seldon that fight. There's a story that goes with that fight. In short, Seldon was scared to death by Tyson at the weigh-in.

Scared to death! He became almost catatonic right after he and Tyson locked eyes on the scale. The fight ended right then and there, not in the ring!

-Randy G.

Radam G says:

[QUOTE=The Commish;67424]I worked with Bruce Seldon that fight. There's a story that goes with that fight. In short, Seldon was scared to death by Tyson at the weigh-in.

Scared to death! He became almost catatonic right after he and Tyson locked eyes on the scale. The fight ended right then and there, not in the ring!

-Randy G.[/QUOTE]

Hehehehe! And the saying is usually correct, a lot of fight are lost at the scale, and most are won long before entering dat squared jungle. Fright numbs the body and immobilizes the soul. If one cannot overcome fright, he loses the fright.

The boksing power don't like to talk about it, but many boxers actually pass out from fear of getting hit. They straight-up faint. And you never know because the talking heads call it faking to have been KTFO, because the talking heads don't know the science of fainting.

Fighters have fainted In dressing rooms on umpteen occasions. But this is a trade secret that those not in the loop of da poop won't ever know.

Seldon fainted! That is the dead truth. Holla!