CURTIS STEVENS:BRING THAT BELT BACK TO BK!!

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Gennady Golovkin defends his WBA Middleweight title on November 2 at Madison Square Garden against Brooklyn’s own Curtis Stevens.Sevens represents a significant danger to Golovkin’s undefeated record with his massive power.Matthew Macklin has power and is a decent name but when he fought Golovkin in his last fight he was coming off  losing two of his last three fights against Sergio Martinez and Felix Sturm.Curtis Stevens is on top of his game and coming off an impressive KO win against Saul Roman.Steven’s confidence is sky high right now.It is the perfect time for him to fight Golovkin!

Nobody will dispute Golovkin’s impressive power and skill.He reminds me a bit of Sergio Martinez in that he can hit with power from every angle including awkward ones.Golovkin’s power is no joke.But neither is Stevens.Stevens power is just as notable as Golovkin.It will be interesting to see who stays standing if one of  these power shots land clean.Hopefully Stevens can bring the title back to Brooklyn!

Presented by K2 Promotions in association with Main Events and Madison Square Garden, tickets for this highly anticipated showdown will go on sale Wednesday, September 4 at the Madison Square Garden Box Office, all Ticketmaster outlets, Ticketmaster charge by phone (866-858-0008) and online at www.ticketmaster.com and www.thegarden.com

Gennady Golovkin

“I am happy to fight in front of the boxing fans in New York City again. Madison Square Garden is a very special place for me. I will put on my best performance and defend my titles once again in this great city.”

Curtis Stevens

“November 2nd is my turn to shine and that night I am going to be GREAT. The WBA belt is coming home to Brooklyn.”

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