Golovkin gave a major tip off that he relaxed on his last adversary Daniel Jacobs keeping in mind the end goal to get a battle against Saul "Canelo" Alvarez.
Golden Boy Promotions CEO Oscar De La Hoya had been dragging out the Canelo vs GGG battle before Golovkin battled Jacobs. Be that as it may, after GGG scarcely beat the New Yorker, at that point De La Hoya appeared to change his tune in choosing to make the Alvarez versus Golovkin battle.
Golovkin didn't come appropriate out and concede that he went poorly out against previous WBA World middleweight champion Jacobs in their battle on March 18, yet he did the following nearest thing to letting it be known by saying that on the off chance that he hadn't sparkled against him, at that point he wouldn't have gotten the September sixteenth battle against the exceedingly prominent Canelo.
GGG needs to battle Saunders after he gets it done with Canelo on September 16. Regardless of whether Saunders has the World Boxing Organization title or not is the genuine inquiry. Without the WBO strap, Saunders can disregard always battling GGG. That is the main thing Saunders has going for him. Golovkin and Alvarez wouldn't sit idle battling Saunders on the off chance that he loses his WBO belt in his next battle on September 16. David Lemieux, the No.2 positioned contender. On the off chance that Saunders takes that battle next, at that point he can most likely say farewell to his WBO strap. Lemieux is too capable and reliable for a person like Saunders to make due against him.
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