Dominic Wade lasted 335 seconds before being knocked out by Gennady Golovkin in a fashion not unlike the previous 31 men who fell by the Kazakhstani middleweight champion’s fists and didn’t get back up.
Are we bored yet? Hell no. As noted by Max Kellerman after the bout, Golovkin represents a brutal knockout threat unseen in boxing since Iron Mike Tyson. It has now been nearly eight years since a fighter went the distance against GGG, who improved his overall record to 35-0 while blemishing Wade’s previously pristine 18-0 career tally.