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Golovkin outpoints Jacobs - Rungvisai beats Gonzalez

Golovkin outpoints Jacobs - Rungvisai beats Gonzalez

Though, "Miracle" is Jacobs' monicker in the ring, it was more fitting of Golovkin who struggled to do anything beyond walk forward and swing wildly, in what seemed like a night for Daniel Jacobs biggest win, boxing pulled a boxing and gave Gennady Golovkin a very unpopular decision. However, the bout turned out to be an intriguing technical clash at times, with Jacobs' fast hands and switch-hitting style - as well as his sheer size and physical strength - causing the fearsome Golovkin considerable problems on occasions. It was a unanimous but close victory, 115-112, 115-112 and 114-113. Gennady Golovkin, left, of Kazakhstan, knocks down Daniel Jacobs during the fourth round of a middleweight boxing match early Sunday, March 19, 2017, in NY.

The scheduled twelve round main event is slated to air live on HBO PPV in the United States of America with a 9PM ET start time and a $64.95 price tag, while British fight fans can view the spectacle via BoxNation, with a 1AM GMT showtime at a very reasonable £12. But for one crucial reason, here's why experts, critics and handicappers are wrong in their collective evaluation, and Golovkin should be more accurately listed as a 15 or 20 to 1 betting favorite.

The 2 biggest, and probably the key, questions to this fight are: How will Jacobs, who has previously shown that he could have a weak chin, survive the hard punches of Golovkin?

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"It's going to be a great fight", said former junior middleweight champion Austin Trout to Fighthype.com about the Golovkin vs. Jacobs fight. So, opting against winning one of the 34-year-old Golovkin's belts might be a tactical maneuver, even if it costs him the chance to be a rare three-belt holder in the event of an upset.

American Jacobs, meanwhile, had admitted that it a dream come true for him as he prepares to step out at the iconic venue on Saturday night. I do think that this is flawless timing for me. Jacobs skipped the IBF's second-day weigh-in Saturday morning, at which he was not supposed to weigh more than 170 pounds, 10 more than the middleweight limit of 160. The problem for Jacobs is that GGG knows it; there is a feeling of focus and intensity around Team Golovkin that hasn't always been there. Aside from that, it was a cat and mouse type of fight with Golovkin stalking a reluctant Jacobs around the ring and looking for a ideal shot rather than just letting his hands go. "I have watched a couple of his fights and he looks good". Jacobs, a survivor of ther rare bone cancer osteosarcoma, came back resiliently, switching between orthodox and southpaw stances and landing with his straight right and uppercuts to good effect. It's the first time that Gonzalez has lost a fight as a professional. Both Canelo and Jacobs have fights coming up - and Canelo has the bigger guy on 6 May. RBRBoxing scored the fight 115-112 for Golovkin as well.

As to whether he would be similarly intimidated by Golovkin, Jacobs offered a very convincing denial. Eventually, Golovkin found his mark though and sent Jacobs to the mat in the fourth round. Knowing what he's going against, and has faced in the past, Forbes said Jacobs is ready for this moment.

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