A couple of meaningful fights coming up in a couple of months, notice I said meaningful instead of interesting or good. Keith Thurman or as Mex likes to call him Keef goes up against Danny Garcia on March 4th. Thurman who at one point went by the nickname of "One Time" because of his ability to knock out opponents after hitting them one time has become At No Time because 3 of his last 4 fights have gone the distance. Garcia hasn't exactly set the Boxing world on fire since his impressive victory of Lucas Matthysse over 3 years ago, he feasted on the overmatched Rod Salka and Sammy Vargas, struggled to or was gifted decision victories over Mauricio Herrera and Lamont Peterson and registered a decision victory over the shopworn Robert Guerrero and a stoppage over the equally shopworn Paulie Malignaggi. Picking a winner here is like choosing between The Devil and The Deep Blue Sea or a Rock and a Hard Place. GGG looks to continue his dominance over the middleweight division when he goes up against WBA beltholder Danny Jacobs on March 18th. I like Danny Jacobs, can't fault anyone who rids the Boxing world of the joke that was Peter Quillin and he has put his career back together albeit slowly after getting flattened by Dimitry Pirog back in 2010 and following that he had to take time off after having surgery to remove a cancerous tumor. He's a good story and he's a good guy but since the defeat to Pirog he has fought against limited opposition but there is no denying that he has good power having won his last 12 by stoppage or kayo. I really don't see him trying to outbox Golovkin or coming up with some master plan to negate what Golovkin does which is walk through whatever his opponent is offering. If Jacobs doesn't have the firepower to stop the forward progress it's going to be a short night. In case you missed and you might wish you do Erislandy Lara goes up against Yuri Foreman next weekend. Since considering retirement after back to losses against Miguel Cotto and Pawel Wolak and taking two years off Foreman has out together a six fight winning streak with those 6 fighters having 59 losses between them. That's about all you need to know.