OKBET BOXING : Gilberto Ramirez Claims that Golovkin was “Scared” When Facing Canelo
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According boxer Gilberto Ramirez, Gennadiy Golovkin seemed “scared” in his defeat against Canelo Alvarez in Las Vegas last weekend.
According to Ramirez, Golovkin (42-2-1, 37 KOs) was only interested in avoiding defeat versus Canelo. His recommendation? Golovkin retire or drop back down to 160 pounds to face Jermall Charlo or Jaime Munguia.
Golovkin has shown interest in defending his IBF and WBA 160-pound championships, suggesting that he would fight either Michael Zerafa or Esquiva Falcao in his next bout. Those bouts won’t pay as well as the ones Golovkin has been used to over the last four years thanks to his DAZN deal.
Good for Canelo, in my opinion. When questioned about the trilogy battle between Canelo Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin last Saturday night, Gilberto “Zurdo” Ramirez told Fight Hub TV, “He tried to push him all the time and attempted to go toe-to-toe like the two bouts before.”
I don’t think he did that well, and I believe he was a bit nervous. “GGG. His punch output was rather low. He started to toss more often in the latter stages, particularly in rounds eight and nine. He changed drastically.
People aren’t thrilled with GGG, but I believe Canelo performed OK. Everybody felt GGG won the past two bouts [in 2017 and 2018] because he threw so many punches.
To paraphrase Winston Churchill, “I don’t think so in this case. After all, he declared victory. Exactly why he claimed victory is beyond me. According to Ramirez, “it seemed unusual” since two of the judges nearly had Canelo vs. Golovkin III called a draw.
To me, it seems like a unanimous decision, and Canelo was well out of it. Canelo improved after the rematch, while Golovkin stopped trying to win. He did his best to stay alive during the conflict, and he did.
My guess is that it has nothing to do with age. He was taking care of himself and practicing, but he didn’t really throw any punches in the battle. He need to think about retiring, in my opinion. I have no idea how he is feeling.
Maybe he’s dropping to 160 pounds when he should stay at 168 and try again. Raise your age to 175? That man’s emotions are a mystery to me. At 160 pounds, fans want to see him take on either [Jermall] Charlo or Jaime Munguia.
Let’s see how he feels after one more bout by giving him the opportunity. Ramirez agreed with Ramirez that he would want to see Golovkin take against Munguia.
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