Gennady Golovkin knocks out Daniel Geale in the third round to win the WBA/IBO middleweight championship at Madison Square Garden on July 26, 2014 in New York City. Mike Stobe/Getty Images/AFP
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Unbeaten Kazakh star Gennady Golovkin stopped Australian Daniel Geale in three brutal rounds Saturday to retain his World Boxing Association middleweight world title.Golovkin sent Geale to the canvas in the second round with a barrage of blows. Golovkin, whose amateur resume included a silver medal at the 2004 Athens Olympics, improved to 30-0 with 27 knockouts.Golovkin hasn't gone the distance since winning an eight-round decision in 2008 and said keeping his knockout streak alive was important.
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