By Sean Jones: Trainer Abel Sanchez said Gennady Golovkin along with his team will soon sit down this week and choose who his second competitor is when he returns to the ring for his first struggle of a deal with DAZN at June. According to Sanchez, they’ve decided on an opponent nonetheless.
As of this moment, rumors are flying that Golovkin (38-1-1, 3 4 KO) is going to be fighting Brandon Adams or Kamil Szeremeta. Both fighters are ranked in the top five at middleweight, and Golovkin can’t make a mistake fighting them. The criticism from the Boxing people on societal media marketing was high in Adam and Szeremeta’so titles were floated. By now, Sanchez, Golovkin and promoter Tom Loeffler likely are aware of the disinterest from the Boxing buffs at visiting GGG struggle Adams or Szeremeta. The fans WISh to watch Golovkin challenge WBO middleweight champion Demetrius Andrade, who’s unbeaten at 27-0, and well respected by fans. Andrade is also a slick southpaw which will give any fighter in the middleweight division problems.
trainer Abel Sanchez believed to Villanfy Media about Golovkin’s next struggle. “We haven’t really chose.
The debate against fitting Golovkin contrary to Andrade is it’s the ideal time for this kind of struggle to be made. Golovkin is coming off of a loss to Canelo, as well as a long layoff. With a major money trilogy struggle likely to occur in September against Alvarez, it’d be risky for GGG to struggle Andrade at June. Golovkin requires a good competitor, however, not somebody with a left-handed stance, who will more than likely be with lots of movement the whole fight. It’so hard to look good against a fighter that’s running. For that reason and because of Andrade’s southpaw stance, ” he ’s perhaps not really a excellent alternative for both GGG’s next struggle.
In Golovkins first battle HBO at 2012, he conquered Grzegorz Proksa with a fifth round knock out in a commanding performance. Golovkin knocked the slick Proksa down three times from the struggle before it was stopped in the fifth. Proksa had beaten Sebastian Sylvester with a 3rd round stoppage at October 2010. Proksa made Sylvester look bad in beating him, and sent him to retirement. Golovkin never let Proksa utilize any of his slick Boxing skills against him by emphasizing throwing body shots. This was one of the very few struggles GGG has had as a pro were he concentrated his opponent’s waist, and it functioned well.
“he ’s been a very real guy,” Sanchez said about Golovkin. “All these guys come in and WISh to examine him, and it’so hopeless to check a child that’s unlike any other that I’ve worked with. He’s not only strong and strong willed, but he knows his balance. When he had been trying to pick him [heavyweight Malik Scott] up when he had been wrestling, it shows he knows everything about his body along with his balance along with Malik didn’t,” Sanchez said.