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This is boxing, after all, and a ton of good fights that should have happened never have.Count Gennady Golovkin in, too.Two big sluggers with one loss between them for all the middleweight titles they can bring to the ring. Golovkin says any title fight he has will be at the 160-pound middleweight limit.Loeffler said he and De La Hoya worked together for Golovkin's fight with David Lemieux last October, and will have no issues working together for a Sept. 17 fight.Adding to the pressure to make the fight is the mandate by the WBC that Alvarez come to an agreement to fight Golovkin within 15 days of the Khan fight or he will be stripped of the title. The fight should prove attractive, even to casual fans who felt burned by paying $100 to watch Mayweather and Pacquiao in the richest fight ever. It won't do the record 4.6 million pay-per-view buys that fight generated, but should do good enough numbers to make both fighters millions.
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