We once again turn to talented duo Mario Ruiz & Omar Cruz for our song of the week, as they again do a track based on the man who seems to be their favourite fighter, Gennady Golovkin.
This track, which appears to have been recorded prior to, or around the time of, the David Lemieux fight, is "God of War" and heavily samples from White Stripes song "Seven Nation Army", a track that Golovkin often used as a walk out song.
The sample gives us a clear sense of familiarity whilst the rapping of Ruiz and Cruz, which we're getting familiar with in recent weeks, is growing on us.
For a second week running we turn to rapping duo Mario Ruiz and Omar Cruz for a song regarding, and music video featuring, Gennady Golovkin.
Last week it was "Mexican Style" and this time around it's "Good Boy Killa", as the duo build a song around one of of Golovkin's many catchphrases.
We'll be honest and admit that we prefer "Mexican Style" but this is certainly not a bad track, and you can tell from this, and the other song, that two musicians behind it are legitimately fans of Golovkin.
One of the most important fighters in recent years has been Gennady Golovkin, who has put Central Asian boxing on the map, in a huge way. The hard hitting Kazakh Middleweight was a big draw and a major force at 160lbs for a decade or so and a hugely successful amateur.
His success and charisma has lead to a number of songs being recorded about him, including "Mexican Style" by Mario Ruiz and Omar Cruz.
Not only is the song about Golovkin, but it also features "GGG" in the music video. A simple but effective song and video for one of the stars of the 2010's.
Middleweight sensation Gennady Golovkin has shown how proud he is to represent Kazakhstan, wearing traditional clothing and fighting with the Kazakh flag behind him. He is however a bit of a mongrel in terms of his genetics and has some Korean blood from his mother. That Korean blood likely helped him get attention in Korea with the country running a special on Golovkin last year, ahead of his fight with David Lemieux.
For the most part this is less of a documentary and more just fight footage if we're being honest, but for fans of Golovkin this is worth a watch, especially with his bout against Kell Brook coming up.
A really interesting thing to note here is that the show suggests Golovkin's amateur record was actually 320-10, a very different figure to the often quoted 345-5 record.
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