Convicted Artist Magazine

Jun 25th
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manuel-charr-vs-david-hayeMatthew Macklin vs. Gennady Golovkin
The second legit top ten opponent of Golovkin's 160lb belt reign, and it is not supposed to be an easy one.  One thing is for sure, Mack the knife is going to get cut himself.  Golovkin may have a few rounds of looking awkward and troubled, but his strength and durability seem to break down fighters faster than anyone since JC Chavez Sr.  It's not who he's been beating... it's the way he's beaten them.  He stops guys who don't get stopped.  Macklin already has been.  It will happen again here.  GGG may lose the first round he's lost in quite some time early on, but he'll wear down and stop Macklin by round 7.
David Haye vs. Manuel Charr
We can't predict much in David Haye's career.  Haye is definitely going to retire... now he isn't.  He's gonna go to war with Klitschko... he most definitely doesn't.  He won't face Manuel Charr... now he will.  One thing is for certain... with Haye, expect the unexpected.  I might be the only one to do so, but I am calling the upset here.  Haye has by far the superior offensive skills, but I believe he is ripe to get caught by a tough fighter with nothing to lose.  Charr by 5th round KO, with Haye controlling the action, until he gets dropped.
Paulie Malignaggi vs. Adrien Broner
While I'd love to give kudos to Broner for taking on a slick boxer type, instead of a plodding slugger for a change, however he is doing so in order to ensure he ends up avoiding two things.  Those things are power and the 140lb division.  He shares a promoter with most of the major names at 140lbs, and yet he is sailing right over that division.  Maybe he is just waiting to face one definable champion there, but by leaping over to face Malignaggi and not Alexander, it looks as if he is also not in a hurry to answer questions about his own chin.
Malignaggi is not the easiest guy to break down, and he may not even go down in this fight... but he also won't have much to stop Broner from walking straight in.  This will probably be the longest Broner has been extended since his fight with Ponce Deleon, and he may even lose the first few rounds, but over time, that strength and style will eventually catch and batter the Magic Man, until his trainer, Eric Brown has seen enough.  Broner by 10th round TKO, maybe even on a swollen eye.


Chris Strait


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