Price per head services saw that Gennady Golovkin kept his undefeated record when he stopped Curtis Stevens in his eighth WBA middleweight belt defence.
The Kazakh fighter who’s a big favourite with price per head services forced Stevens’ corner to step in and put an end to the clash at Madison Square Garden, with a flood of punches leaving Stevens shocked and bloodied.
The win takes Golovkin’s record to 28-0, with 25 made by stoppage, and price per head services were impressed to see that it was the 15th consecutive fight that he won without having to go the distance.
However, it won’t go down as a simple win for the 31-year-old fighter, even though as early as the second round he put Stevens down.
The American, with a record falling to 25-4, started slow and could well have been done with within six minutes, only just beating the count after he was caught by a an exceptional left hook by Golovkin.
But Stevens took time to recover, and in the fourth pay per head services saw that Golovkin had to fend off a brutal assault when he was caught by a quick left-right combination by the challenger.
Then Stevens stayed steady past the halfway mark but was getting very tired in the seventh when he started to take quite a beating.
That went on in the eighth when the American was barely able to land a counter-punch, and after the bell rang to end the round, his corner made the decision to stop the fight.
Price per head services saw that after the fight, the Kazakh called out several likely rivals that he would like to take on soon.
He said: “My plan was just to box. I know I’m the champion, my speed is better, my power is better. My coach told me to box, not have a crazy fight, a street fight.
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“Stevens is a strong guy. After the knockdown I felt great, it was my fight. I am open for everybody. Sergio Martinez, Peter Quillin, I am here.”