Found August 04, 2013 on The Queensbury Rules:
Curtis Stevens has been pining for a showdown with middleweight monster Gennady Golovkin, and he did his part in making people want to see it with a 1st round Knockout of the Year candidate Saturday on NBC Sports. Stevens hurt Saul Roman immediately, and while Roman's not as sturdy as NBC Sports made him out to be (six knockouts in nine losses prior to this one), he usually hangs around longer than one round. A left hook dropped a damaged Roman, and just as it looked like Roman was getting himself back together, Stevens caught him with another left hook that rendered him limp and on his back. Stevens suffered a loss to Jesse Brinkley three years ago and has two other Ls besides -- one defensible, to Andre Dirrell, one not, to Marcos Primera -- but has been carefully rebuilt by Main Events. Like I said, he's done his part with what he's been given. Golovkin hasn't yet faced someone with Stevens' one-punch power, so if Golovkin's going to fight five tim...

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