Lemieux and Golovkin from Kazakhstan. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)
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Undefeated knockout powerhouse Gennady Golovkin of Kazakhstan and Canada's David Lemieux meet Saturday at Madison Square Garden to unify two of the three major world middleweight boxing crowns. Golovkin, who has stopped 20 foes over more than seven years inside the distance, puts the World Boxing Association and interim World Boxing Council crowns on the line against International Boxing Federation champion Lemieux.Golovkin, 33-0 with 30 knockouts, and Lemieux, 34-2 with 31 knockouts, figure to offer plenty of fireworks themselves.Lemieux recalled another David who faced a giant like Golovkin, who stands 1.79m.Lemieux has won nine fights in a row since losing to Canada-based Haitian Joachim Alcine in 2011, seven by early stoppage.
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