Date: 16th May 2015 at 12:02pm
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Tonight, at the Forum in Inglewood, California, Gennady Golovkin put his unbeaten record on the line.

Golovkin, the WBA middleweight champion who beat Martin Murray last time out, is defending his crown against Willie Monroe Junior, a fight that the champion will surely win.

Whilst Monroe is an accomplished fighter, with a record that reads 19-1, with 6 of those wins coming via knockout, Golovkin has shown that he is a formidable fighter who can bang with both hands whilst also working the head and body with devastating effect.

In his career so far, very few have lasted the distance with Golovkin, his record of 32-0 with 29 via way of the big KO, verify that fact.

At the weigh in, Golovkin scaled 159 pounds whilst Monroe weighed 160 pounds, right on the middleweight limit.

Whilst it lasts it could be an entertaining fight but here at Vital Boxing we reckon Golovkin will emerge the victor in the middle rounds.