Found January 15, 2013 on
Pro Boxing Fans:
How Gabriel Rosado Can Defeat Gennady Golovkin
Gabriel Rosado faces an uphill task in the minds of many boxing experts when he faces rising star Gennady Golovkin on Saturday night in an HBO-televised fight at Madison Square Garden. On paper, the odds do seemed stacked against Rosado. He is venturing up in weight for this fight to face a naturally bigger and stronger man in Golovkin.
Golovkin is a big puncher and Rosado was stopped by Alfredo Angulo in 2009. Additionally, Rosado has four other losses on his ledger and some were to very nondescript opponents. So how can Rosado pull off the gigantic upset? I will analyze the steps Rosado must follow to defeat Golovkin on Saturday.
1. Don’t Get Overwhelmed Early
Rosado must not get overwhelmed by the moment, and by Golovkin, early. This could prove to be the most difficult part of this equation for Rosado to overcome.
Rosado has never been on the big stage before, and nor has he ever faced such a ferocious pu...
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Prior to last September, American boxing fans had to scratch and claw for every bit of Gennady Golovkin footage they could. Methods ranged from YouTube to streaming the Kazakhstan native's bouts just to catch a glimpse of the explosive power he possesses.
This power has led Golovkin to a remarkable, undefeated record of 24-0 with 21 knockouts.
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The Kazakh middleweight hopes to make himself impossible to ignore this year, starting with Saturday's fight against Gabriel Rosado at Madison Square Garden.
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On Wednesday afternoon in New York City, a media workout event was held for this weekend's HBO tripleheader, showcasing Gennady Golovkin vs. Gabriel Rosado, Mikey Garcia vs. Orlando Salido, and Roman Martinez vs. Juan Carlos Burgos. Here, you'll find a collection of photos from the training session, as well as a few video clips of the fighters in action. Take a look.
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