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It's time to take a look at the fixtures for week 3 of our Boxing Prediction League, this is by far the best week of the season so far, and the fixtures only get better from here. We have three World Title fights for you to predict, and the other is an unofficial title eliminator bout. All of the fights take place on Saturday, one is in Japan, two in America and the other in Germany.

Here is what the League Table looks like after Week 2.

1) Felix Sturm Vs Daniel Geale - This is a unification fight, Sturm's WBA title is on the line, Geale's IBF title is also on the line. Even though Sergio Martinez is thought of as the real Middleweight World Champion, the winner of this fight will have earned the right to be called a 'world champion.'

Sturm is the betting favourite for this fight, but Geale is the younger man who hasn't been in as many tough fights. Both men are in good form, Sturm is coming off one of the best performances of his career when he dominated and stopped Sebastian Zbik in nine rounds. Geale is coming off two successful title defences where he won wide unanimous decision's.

The fight is in Germany, but last year Martin Murray received a fair draw from the judges, so I don't think you should worry about any home-town decision's.

2) Gennady Golovkin Vs Grzegorz Proksa - This is the fight I'm looking forward to the most, it features hard-hitting unbeaten, Gennady Golovkin, and in-form EBU champion, Grzegorz Proksa. Proksa will be very confident coming into this fight, he avenged the only loss of his career by stopping Kerry Hope in his last fight.

This is a step-up in competition for both men, we will see if Golovkin or Proksa are elite Middleweight's on Saturday night. The winner of this fight is likely to take on Dmitry Pirog in another mouth-watering Middleweight match-up.

3) Serhiy Dzinziruk Vs Jonathan Gonzalez - This fight will be on the under-card of Golovkin/Proksa. Unbeaten knock-out artist, Jonathan Gonzalez will take on former Light Middleweight champion, Serhiy Dzinziruk. The winner of this bout is likely to get a World Title shot in their next fight.

This is a huge step up in class for Gonzalez, it's a big ask for him, but Dzinziruk was brutally stopped in his last fight by Sergio Martinez, so a big puncher like Gonzalez makes this fight very interesting. If Dzinziruk loses this fight, his career at world level is basically over. For Gonzalez, he has nothing to lose, he's 23 and can come back from a loss at this stage of his career.

4) Tepparith Kokietgym Vs Nobuo Nashiro - WBA Super Flyweight champion, Tepparith Kokietgym is scheduled to have the second defence of his title, he takes on former champion, Nobuo Nashiro.

Nashiro lost his last world title fight last November, since then he was won three fights by knock-out against journeymen opposition. Kokietgym is the betting favourite, but both men have a big punch so expect fireworks in this one.

Here is a video of Tepparith Kokietgym's win over Drian Francisco courtesy of juomaru88:

Sample Prediction
Sturm UD
Proksa KO
Gonzalez SD
Nashiro KO

KO = knock-out, UD = unanimous decision, MD = majority decision, SD = split decision.

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