Golovkin knocks down Szeremeta four times to force stoppage at the end of the seventh round


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Golovkin derriba cuatro veces a Szeremeta hasta forzar la detención al terminar el séptimo round

Gennady Golovkin achieved the 21st successful defense of his career at middleweight, claiming a seven-round TKO victory over official challenger Kamil Szeremeta, thereby retaining his world middleweight championship. FIB.

Golovkin he had no problem with the Polish and mandatory challenger, Kamil Szeremeta; The Kazakh from round one was able to fully dominate the duel and showed that his 38 years of age did not matter at all.

A fresher and refreshed Golovkin

It was striking to see Golovkin combine their effective offense with a fairly efficient defense that made Szeremeta he will miss a lot of shots, especially the jab and the right straight.

For its part, Gennady He established the jab from the first round, which opened space for combinations of punches that went through his famous hook to the body, uppercuts and right-hand flips.

GGG‘proved that his punching power is still intact and every time he managed to land a power punch, the humanity of Szeremeta it shook and recoiled in order to survive.

Golovkin was able to send to the canvas Kamil on four occasions; once in the first round, once in the second, in the fourth round he repeated the dose, and in the seventh round the story was repeated for the Pole.

Finally when they were about to enter the eighth round, the referee stopped the actions since the corner of Szeremeta he decreed that it had been enough for his boxer.

Merit for Szeremeta

While tonight’s offensive to Golovkin It was epic, the Polish boxer tried to turn the actions in his favor and was able to resist the best blows of the Kazakh, some with which other rivals of greater weight and name fell earlier.

The demonstration of ‘GGG‘was very positive and it seems that the downtime it had due to the global pandemic of the COVID 19 It suited him very well, as it looked fast, efficient, patient and effective.

Golovkin Now he puts his record at 41 victories, 36 of them by the power of his hands, 1 loss and 1 draw.

Yes ‘Canelo’ Alvarez get win tomorrow night before Callum smith, one could start talking once more about the trilogy between the two.


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