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Although he showed devastating power punches in a recent public workout, it’s the precision of his blows that have fueled the knockout streak.
Officially, Gennady Golovkin will pursue his 17th consecutive middleweight title victory when he faces Daniel Jacobs at Madison Square Garden on Saturday.
“Knockouts come because he’s not wasting his punches,” Sanchez said.
Golovkin doesn’t lift weights, but instead builds strength through resistance training, following a regimen similar to that of the late martial arts wizard Bruce Lee.
“It’s not just my power — not relying on one big, crazy, lucky punch — but my balance, timing and position,” Golovkin said.
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Bei Wirkungstreffern, Schlägen mit der Führhand, der generellen Anzahl von Schlägen und auch bei der Vermeidung von Treffern – überall führt Golovkin.
Jacobs: “Niemand kann mich brechen”” Um einen Gegner wie Golovkin zu schlagen, musst Du mental richtig stark sein.
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Ich weiß, was ich zu tun habe.
Laut “CompuBox”, einem rechnergestützten Analysesystem für Boxkämpfe, hat Golovkin in nahezu allen Bereichen die Nase gegenüber Jacobs vorn.
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Golovkin could have more fans than Brooklyn-born Jacobs
Danny Jacobs is Brooklyn born and raised, but Gennady Golovkin will be fighting at the Garden for the fifth time on March 18 when they meet for the middleweight championship.
“We have a lot of respect for Danny Jacobs,” Loeffler said.
“I’m excited to fight in Madison Square Garden again,” Golovkin said during a conference call Tuesday.
But Golovkin and his camp insist nothing is on paper and their only focus is Jacobs.
Golovkin (36-0, 33 KOs) will carry a streak of 23 straight wins by knockout into the fight, while Jacobs (32-1, 29 KOs) has his own streak of 12 straight wins by knockout.