Gennady Golovkin immediately took a quick step in an effort to challenge Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez. Boxer nicknamed GGG openly invited Canelo duel shortly after he defeated Sergey Derevyanchenko.
Golovkin defeated Sergey Derevyanchenko in the fight for the middle-class IBF belt at Madison Square Garden, New York, United States, Sunday (6/10/2019) Indonesian time. GGG wins absolute numbers 114-113, 115-112, 115-112.
The victory made GGG again won the middle-class boxing world title. He once lost the title after losing to Saul Canelo in a duel that took place last year.
Shortly after defeating Derevyanchenko, Golovkin immediately challenged Canelo to a duel. He claimed to be ready to serve a duel against anyone, but if he could choose, Golovkin wanted to face Canelo in the closest match.
“I am open (against, red ) anyone. But of course, I still want Canelo,” Golovkin was quoted as saying by The Sun on Sunday (6/10/2019).
“I’m ready to face it all, but if Canelo is ready, just call him. If he says yes, let’s fight,” continued GGG.