Gennady Golovkin vs David Lemieux - Highlights

Another big win for Gennady "Triple G" Golovkin, able to destroy his rival David Lemieux in the ring at Madison Square Garden. The challenge, valid for titles WBA Super, WBC interim IBF and IBO middleweight has been dominated by the Kazakh boxer, who proved superior than his opponent.

The fight was stopped on the eighth round when the referee Steve Willis decided to end the match decreeing the TKO. Golovkin has literally destroyed Lemieux with a precise use of the jab, that was on target with excessive continuity. In the fifth round Golovkin began to sign a hard left to the liver that was kneel Lemieux. In subsequent rounds Golovkin continued to hit repeatedly Lemieux, unable to respond to the blows of the rival and rightly stopped by the eighth round.

"GGG" has proven one of the best boxer of the world and now is expected to new exciting challenges. The winner of the match between Cotto and Alvarez should be his next rival, for a match of reunification of middleweight titles.
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