GENNADY GOLOVKIN returns to BoxNation this weekend determined to show why he's the most feared middleweight in the world.
The Kazakh KO king defends his WBA middleweight title against Osumana Adama in Monaco on Saturday night.
Golovkin is unbeaten in 28 professional fights with 25 wins coming by knockout, and he's expected in the ring at 8.45pm on Saturday night.
Subscribe to BoxNation NOW to see Golovkin v Adama LIVE on Saturday night from 5pm.
His 89% KO record gives him the highest knockout ratio in middleweight championship history.
Even as an amateur Golovkin was unstoppable, clocking up a staggering 350-5 record winning gold at the 2003 world championships and silver at the 2004 Athens Olympics.
Golovkin, 31, eventually turned professional in May 2006 with K2 Promotions and mainly boxed in Germany, but is now Stateside based.
He won the interim WBA crown hammering Milton Nunez in 58 seconds in August 2010 and was soon elevated to world champion sparking a reign of terror that looks like it is a long way from ending.
This weekend he will be making his 10th defence having dominated good men like Matthew Macklin, Gabriel Rosado and most recently Curtis Stevens.
No challenger has taken Golovkin the 12 round distance and Adama faces a tall order.
Adama, 33, has won 22 of his 25 fights and almost two years ago went the distance against Daniel Geale in a IBF title challenge before losing on points.
Golovkin puts the 'B' in bang and BoxNation subscribers can look forward to another power packed performance from the world's top 160lb fighter this weekend.