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Topic - Tom Loeffler
Gennady Golovkin isn't the type of champion to sit on his belt.
Gennady Golovkin sits down at the traditional Greek restaurant and orders a salad covered in steak. With his thick flannel shirt and rough-hewn features, he could be a mountain man who somehow wandered down into the trendy shops and eateries on Larchmont Boulevard.
Gennady Golovkin eagerly dips a spoon into the bowl of blood-red borscht before him, going to work on the soup with gusto while friends and fellow fighters chat all around him in a lively Russian restaurant.
Promoter Tom Loeffler said they "have offers out to three HBO-approved fighters for April 26 at Madison Square Garden."
"We have to overpay guys to get in the ring with him," Loeffler said. "His opponents are the best-paid opponents in the middleweight division. It's becoming a financially rewarding fight for the opponents, and we're hoping that keeps moving up."