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Golovkin puts an early end to the Cinco de Mayo fight

LOS ANGELES_Gennady Golovkin provided the fans who came to see his Cinco de Mayo fight Saturday with an extended introductory stroll around all four sections of StubHub Center.

The unbeaten, three-belt middleweight champion then proceeded to make short work of Glendale's Vanes Martirosyan, a heavy nine-punch flurry knocking out the challenger just 1 minute 53 seconds into the second round.

By matching Bernard Hopkins' record of 20 consecutive middleweight

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