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You're reading: Golovkin stops Proksa in impressive US debut

 VERONA, N.Y. — Kazakhstan's Gennady Golovkin defended his WBA and IBO middleweight belts with his 11th consecutive victory on Saturday, stopping Poland's Grzegorz Proksa in the fifth round of an impressive American debut.

 Golovkin (24-0, 21
KOs) battered his Polish opponent in every round, dropping Proksa (28-2)
in the first and fourth rounds before the referee halted the bout.

Golovkin
is a Kazakh-born fighter who lives in Germany and trains in California.
He had never fought in the U.S. before this bout at a casino in upstate
New York, but he is determined to become a stateside star.

Golovkin
is ranked among the world’s top middleweights, although his talent
could make him unattractive to the winner of the showdown between’s the
division’s best: Sergio Martinez vs. Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. on Sept. 15.

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