I love saying Gennady Golovkin\u2019s name. Gennady Golovkin Gennady Golovkin. As you read that last sentence out loud you thought to yourself, \u201cHey, I also like saying that name\u201d. Welcome to the club. GGG is 30 wins and 0 losses, with 27 Knockouts. He\u2019s knocked out every opponent he\u2019s fought since 2009 (16 KO\u2019s in a row) and is the current WBA and IBO Middleweight Champion. Marco Antonio Rubio is a very exciting fighter who\u2019s knocked out 14 of his last 20 opponents dating back to 2008. His last loss was to Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. in 2012 for the WBC Middleweight Championship. Since then he\u2019s won 6 in a row, taking the Interm WBC Middleweight Championship in his most recent fight. Miguel Cotto. Since his loss to Floyd Mayweather, he\u2019s gone 2-1. In that time however, he rebounded from a loss to Austin Trout to TKO Delvin Rodriguez in the 3rd\u00a0and literally retired Sergio Martinez on the stool in the 9th\u00a0to win the\u00a0Ring, WBC and Lineal Middleweight Championship. So right now the set up is GGG vs Rubio on\u00a0October 13th\u00a0with the winner getting shot at them all against Cotto.\u00a0 Boxing can get confusing with its championships, but the Lineal Championship is something MMA fans can relate too. Though in MMA its not looked at as much, Cain Velasquez Became the Lineal Heavyweight Champion when he beat Antonio Silva in 2013 (Fedor had it, Werdum beat Fedor, Overeem beat Werdum, Bigfoot KO\u2019d Overeem, Cain crushed Bigfoot). The Lineal Championship is simply a title, not an actual belt, and is passed only through beating the Lineal Champ, regardless of promotion or circumstance.\u00a0 As an avid MMA fan, this is something I can get behind. I admit I\u2019m a big Golovkin fan, but Rubio is a great fighter and Cotto is a legend. I\u2019ll compare it to something like Daniel Cormier fighting Alexander Gustafsson with the winner fighting Bones Jones, instead of Jones just fighting them both. I\u2019m looking at it as the top two contenders, each worthy of a title shot, fighting each other for a crack at the gold. Though Boxing has a reputation for being boring lately, that definitely does not apply here. Let\u2019s get a little excited about Boxing. It\u2019s been a while, and I think it\u2019s time to give it another chance. Here's GGG doing what he does best, because all of these words with no knockout image hurts our brain.