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    Default GGG vs Derevyanchenko on Oct 5 @ MSG

    https://www.boxingnews24.com/2019/08...t-5-at-msg-ny/

    "Golovkin and Derevyanchenko finalize deal for Oct.5 at MSG, NY"



    In stark contrast to the drama and shenanigans surrounding every Ginger fight, it seems...... these two will now get it on.

    At some point Ginger will wear out the Welcome Mat with boxing fans who by now should be fed up with everything surrounding his well-orchestrated career, and be ready to move on.

    Looking forward to this one.

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    Default Re: GGG vs Derevyanchenko on Oct 5 @ MSG

    Dude, every post doesn’t have to hate Canelo, we get it. This is a good fight. One that is happening because Derevyanchenko refused to fight Canelo and Canelo refused to fight GGG. Any rare occurrence where GGG fights a world class fighter should be cherished. Glad we are finally getting this one.

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    And we get your severe dislike for GGG. But tell me. Other than the fact that Golden Boy said so... what do you base it on to say Derevyanchenko didn't want to fight Ginger. Strictly money? You think maybe Dere is scared of Ginger?

    And yes..... glad you're giving GGG a little credit here. Granted he got tunnel vision with this whole Ginger saga. But before that his career hadn't been too shabby. We're glad you finally approve.

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    Default Re: GGG vs Derevyanchenko on Oct 5 @ MSG

    I approve any time he fights someone decent. If it seems rare I approve then that’s on his opponent selection, not me.

    It’s not an opinion that Derevyanchenko refused to fight Canelo or a judgement. It’s simply a statement of fact. It’s 88 degrees outside and Derevyanchenko refused to fight Canelo. His reasoning can be debated but that he refused multiple offers is simply stating what happened. It doesn’t even matter really, this is a good fight.

    I’m not really sure what’s going on around here lately where people want to argue about facts. Facts are facts. You don’t argue about those, you argue about the debatable details surrounding those facts.

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    Default Re: GGG vs Derevyanchenko on Oct 5 @ MSG

    You said "Derevyanchenko refused to fight Canelo"

    You're a big boy. We all know the connotations normally attached to statements like that. If you're simply stating it as a statement of fact, fine. Wanted to make sure you weren't implying any motives that weren't there.

    Yes, this is a good fight.

    Whether fact or opinion, it just seems to me that every time Canelo (I'll skip the Ginger moniker for now) is getting ready to set up a fight, there's always some kind of issue.

    Meanwhile, this fight gets done without public fanfare and when it gets announced, the plans are already made. No mess.... no fuss.

    With Ginger there's too much drama. And that's without going into past history.

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    Golovkin's GGG promotions and Hearn's Matchroom Boxing announce link-up

    Gennady Golovkin and Eddie Hearn have announced their companies will work together to promote future 'GGG' events.

    The Kazakh's GGG Promotions and Hearn's Matchroom Boxing will commence their link starting with Golovkin's bout against Sergiy Derevyanchenko for the vacant IBF middleweight title in New York on October 5.

    With Golovkin and Hearn joining forces, the possibility of a showdown with new Matchroom recruit Billy Joe Saunders increases.

    Callum Smith, Daniel Jacobs and Demetrius Andrade are also part of the Matchroom stable.

    "My promotion company and I are happy to partner up with Eddie Hearn and Matchroom to bring the fans what they want – the best boxing and the best events," Golovkin said via a Matchroom statement.

    "By teaming up with Matchroom, we stress that GGG Promotions is committed to presenting the biggest events in the most important arenas.

    "I'm always happy to work with the best in business, and I'm looking forward to what this collaboration will bring to the boxing fans."

    Golovkin saw his unbeaten record ended by Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez last September, a fight that took place a year after the pair's first meeting ended in a contentious draw.



    He returned to winning ways in June with a fourth-round knockout of Steve Rolls.

    Hearn said he recognises that a trilogy fight with Canelo remains a scrap many want to see, but he wants Golovkin to take on other challenges.

    "We know the world wants to see the Canelo trilogy but there are so many opportunities out there for Gennady all over the world and we look forward to working together on them," Hearn said.

    "First things first is for Gennady to win the title on October 5."

    https://uk.sports.yahoo.com/news/gol...152757536.html
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    Default Re: GGG vs Derevyanchenko on Oct 5 @ MSG

    Good fight. Much better than letting Golovkin pound another Rolls out. Derevyanchenko is a solid fighter but at some point he'll sit down and try to fight it out with Golovkin and be on the bad side of it. Golovkin gets his trinket and the whole Canelo wants his strap back stuff builds.

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    I'm glad that this battle was confirmed. This shows where Golovkin is now and how much he has left

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    I like this fight. GGG has either fought Canelo or some random fighter for the past few years. It’s about time he fights one of the top fighters in the division. GGG should win, but he is aging and Derevyanchenko is a solid opponent.

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    GGG on points in a taxing fight

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    Default Re: GGG vs Derevyanchenko on Oct 5 @ MSG

    Quote Originally Posted by powerpuncher View Post
    I like this fight. GGG has either fought Canelo or some random fighter for the past few years. It’s about time he fights one of the top fighters in the division. GGG should win, but he is aging and Derevyanchenko is a solid opponent.
    True. I still think he should not have rematched Canelo. Nothing to prove when you won the fight convincingly and get a draw. Boxing is crooked and everyone knows that, so it was a waste of career ladder time but another payday. He still won the rematch but then has the loss to show for it. I hope he is done with Canelo and that Canelo really does fight Kovalev.
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