“It may be a criticism of Golovkin that Lemieux thought so little of the beating he endured that he would suffer it again for similar recompense. Or, perhaps it speaks well of the type of offers the Golovkin brain trust can now make in seeking opponents. Either way, Lemieux, Laval, Quebec, seemed less than discouraged by his slow destruction; a destruction that began with a first round in which his hair moved more than his fists. Golovkin refused to adopt a similar passivity, and while not yet attacking with complete disregard for return fire, used an array of thudding jabs to disarm his (supposedly) most dangerous opponent to date.”
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