Friday, July 25, 2014

HBO !! Golovkin vs Geale Live Stream Watch WBA middleweight title Fight

Gennady Golovkin vs. Daniel Geale Live Stream Fight on 26th july 2014

Geale vs Golovkin Live Stream Free Online HBO Boxing Fight

Hello Boxing Fans! IBO and WBA middleweight champion Gennady “GGG” Golovkin is set to step back on the proving grounds again.After mourning the death of his father, Golovkin will defend his titles against tough Australian boxer and former world titleholder Daniel “Real Deal” Geale. GGG's bout with Andy Lee was canceled after 68-year-old Gennady Ivanovich Golovkin passed due to a heart attack.

The bout with Geale will take place Saturday night from Madison Square Garden. This will be Golovkin’s third title defense at MSG. He’s on a mission not just to hold onto his title but to become a major attraction in the sport.A language barrier and a lack of signature opponents have slowed Golovkin's rise in popularity with American boxing fans. However, he seems to be inching closer to the opportunities that will kick open the door to stateside stardom in the sport.

Geale looks to slay the beast who has become one of the most intimidating fighters today. Here’s how you can watch this championship bout.


Match Info!!
When: Saturday, July 26 at 9:30 p.m. ET
Where: Madison Square Garden in New York

Is Golovkin really as good as it appears, or has he just not met the opponent to expose his weaknesses? This is the debate that rages when it comes to GGG.

Some experts, such as future Hall of Famer and current HBO analyst Roy Jones Jr., haven’t identified Golovkin’s Achilles’ heel. Per Eric Raskin of HBO, Jones Jr. says, “Right now, I don’t see a weakness in Gennady Golovkin.” That’s high praise from a man as astute on the sweet science as Jones Jr.

Still, critics will point to Golovkin’s less-than-monumental list of past opponents as a license to withhold praise. Sure, the 32-year-old from Kazakhstan has defeated tough opponents like Gabriel Rosado, Curtis Stevens and Matthew Macklin, but he hasn’t toppled the big name that will force the fight community to take notice and give him his propers.

In all honesty, Geale isn’t that guy, but he is a solid former champion. A win on Saturday night would seemingly set Golovkin up for the huge pay-per-view bout that could make him a household name.

In an interview with’s Brian Campbell, Golovkin was asked about unifying the titles at 160 pounds and possibly moving up a weight class. GGG mentioned WBC champion Miguel Cotto as an opponent he hoped to fight in the future.

He said, “My focus is on 160 pounds right now, and of course I would love to exchange the belts. Miguel Cotto would be a very interesting fight for me, and of course I would love to see who is the best right now in this category. It would be very interesting.”

To call Geale an underdog is like saying Manute Bol was kind of tall. Per Odds Shark, Golovkin is listed as a minus-1667 favorite.

The 33-year-old Aussie could take these odds as a slight considering what he has accomplished in his career. He held the IBF title for more than two years. He defended the belt four times before losing it by a split decision to Darren Barker in Aug. 2013.

Since then, Geale has defeated Garth Wood in his native Australia in February.

While he isn’t brash, confidence has never been a problem for Geale. That doesn’t appear to be changing heading into a fight that almost no one gives him a chance of winning.

Even though Jones Jr. and the oddsmakers don't see an inroad for Geale, the challenger says there will be opportunities. Per David P. Greisman of Boxing Scene, the Real Deal talked about a few ways to expose Golovkin:

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