Gennady "GGG" Golovkin (37-0, 33 KOs) won't get credit from the boxing media after he vanquishes the mainstream Mexican contender Saul "Canelo" Alvarez (49-1-1, 34 KOs) on September 16, says Triple G's mentor Abel Sanchez. He doesn't think the media will give Golovkin kudos for beating the 27-year-old Canelo, regardless of the way that many individuals in the media are picking him to beat GGG.
Sanchez takes note of that Golovkin didn't get kudos for beating Danny Jacobs on March 28, despite the fact that he was seen as the second best contender in the middleweight division. The media and boxing fans didn't give Golovkin his props for doing the occupation against an extremely versatile and hesitant Jacobs, who would not like to approach and exchange with Golovkin the way that a large portion of his different rivals had done.
"After the battle, he will be a bum likewise, in the event that you tune into the specialists," said Sanchez to RingTV.com in discussing how Canelo will be seen if/when he loses to GGG. "People appear to be reluctant to go toward offering credit to the victor. Rather, they regularly corrupt the value of the failure. "Ok, Canelo was an exploded 154-pounder," said Sanchez.
Sanchez is dead on amend in discussing a portion of the reasons that will be coasted by some in the boxing scene if Canelo loses to Golovkin. They'll call attention to accurately that Canelo has been battling at 154, and that he's not sufficiently huge or sufficiently experienced to be battling somebody like Golovkin. The fans will state Canelo is battling in the wrong division, and that he needs to move down to 154.
The issue is Canelo is having issues making weight for the 154lb division, which is the reason he's climbed to middleweight. Canelo can presumably soften down to 154 for a little time longer, however he would be taking a gander at fighting the perilous folks in the weight class like Jarrett Hurd, Demetrius Andrade, Jermell Charlo and Erislandy Lara. Those are for the most part troublesome battles for Canelo, and they're not huge cash battles. Those are low-level HBO battles.
Canelo-Golovkin PPV would likely battle, however, there wouldn't be a considerable measure of purchases and he may lose. There's a decent shot that Canelo would lose to every one of them. On the off chance that he's weight depleted from having depleted down to make 154, he's not going to have the capacity to contend as energetically as he can if he's at his typical weight class.