Golovkin does unspeakable things to Vanes Martirosyan
May 6, 2018 4:32 am
Gennday Golovkin has retained his middleweight world titles and his status as the baddest man on the planet with a thunderous stoppage of Vanes Martirosyan in the second round.
The fight ended with 1:53 seconds left in the second round after he was counted out by the referee.
New.co.au reports, it came after Golovkin delivered a devastating combination after landing a terrifying overhand right-hand hook to the temple of his opponent.
From there the 36-year-old from Kazakhstan pressed his attack with another two lightning jabs and a follow-up left which left Martirosyan crumpled in a mess on the canvass.
He never got up with the referee stopping the fight during his count.
The unbeaten Kazakh has now equaled Bernard Hopkins’ record of 20 successful defenses of the middleweight crown, improving his record to 39 wins, zero losses and one draw, including 35 knockouts.
The win has seen Golovkin retain his WBC, WBA, and IBF middleweight champion belts.