Golovkin vs Martirosyan

Golovkin vs Martirosyan Live Stream Online,times and TV schedule Golovkin vs Martirosyan Boxing Live Stream for May ,Gennady Golovkin vs Vanes Martirosyan Live Online Boxing HBO Fight Coverage. Gennady Golovkin (37-0-1, 33 KO) isn’t fighting Canelo Alvarez as originally arranged, but he is in action on May 5.

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Golovkin vs Martirosyan

Gennady Golovkin takes on Vanes Martirosyan this weekend and if you’re looking for a way to watch the fight on an official stream for next to nothing then we’ve got the details you need.

Golovkin was originally scheduled to fight Canelo Álvarez but after Álvarez failed two drugs tests for banned substances the bout was rearranged with Martirosyan in his place.

The fight is a big one with WBA, WBC and IBF up for grabs but watching this important fight can be difficult. In some countries there is absolutely no coverage of the event and in other countries it can be restricted to cable networks you don’t have access to.

No need to worry my boxing-fan friend. Below we’re going to show you how you can watch the entire Golovkin vs Martirosyan fight anywhere in the world.

The cavalcade of shenanigans kicked off by Canelo Alvarez’s failed drug test will finally come to a head this Saturday (May 5, 2018) as Gennady Golovkin instead fights former Junior Middleweight title challenger, Vanes Martirosyan, at StubHub Center, Carson, California.

I’m sure the bookies had all sorts of goodies planned for Golovkin vs. Alvarez 2, but instead we’ve got a pretty typical assortment of props to browse. Let’s see what Bovada has to offer:

Gennady Golovkin vs. Vanes Martirosyan

Gennady Golovkin — -3000 (1/30)
Vanes Martirosyan — +1100 (11/1)

Method Of Victory

Golovkin via (technical) knockout or disqualification — 2/11
Golovkin via (technical) decision — 7/2
Martirosyan via (technical) knockout or disqualification — 16/1
Martirosyan via (technical) decision — 20/1
Draw or technical draw — 28/1

Will Fight GThe Distance?

Yes — +350 (7/2)
No — -625 (4/25)

I’m a 3G fan, but I don’t want to see “fireworks,” nor a big “Mexican”-style dust up. That is not what GGG needs to show. Everybody knows he can punch, and we have all seen how he can absorb a good shot himself. But having a big punch, and taking a big punch is not what makes a fighter great. Memorable maybe, but not great. If 3G wants to be more than memorable then he must show how to avoid being hit as an addition to his repertoire. This is an opportunity for 3G to show the fans more skill and less “threatening,” “I’m a really mean guy” posturing in the ring. (GGG is getting to be like that clown Eubank Jr.)
I want to see 3G show some finesse this time. I want to see some maturity as a boxer. GGG needs to become adept at AVOIDING punches. Otherwise he is going to get clocked, and it could easily be a heavy-hitter like Alvarez who clocks him. Being a punch sponge shortens one’s career and is not the road to greatness. Sanchez and his ‘mexican’ style is bullshit. Hey GGG! You are a Kazak, not a Mexican. Remember what got you to the dance. Let us see if you can keep Vanes’ leather away from your face and body. Let us see if you are able to go to the body. Let us see something that indicates you are a complete fighter, and not just a big hitting punch sponge.

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