GGG a heavy favourite to defeat the Brit on Saturday night…
Gennady Golovkin came face-to-face with Martin Murray on Wednesday ahead of their middleweight title clash in Monte Carlo on Saturday night.
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Golovkin puts his WBA and IBO belts on the line as he looks to improve on his 31-0 (28 KOs) record against Murray (29-1-1 , 12 KOs) who is undoubtedly considered the outsider.
The Kazakh star has left a trail of demolition behind through his careers so far and the spectacular nature of his knockouts are certainly gaining more and more attention with each fight he takes.
Nevertheless, Murray will be his most difficult opponent to date given his pedigree and the previous opponents that he has been in the ring with.
The 32-year-old has a loss against Sergio Martinez and a draw with Felix Sturm on his record, but many will argue that he won both of those fights. As a result, he will have a point to prove on Saturday night and will be looking to become the first man to stop GGG.
Golovkin has insisted that he will clean up the middleweight division before looking elsewhere, and it will take something special from his rival this weekend to deny him another victory with his fans hoping for another sensational stoppage to maintain his air of invincibility.