Gennady Golovkin will show his new fighting style taught to him by trainer Johnathan Banks this Saturday night against Sergiy Derevyanchenko.
The style involves “GGG” throwing more punches, moving his head, and defending better than he has in the past.
Banks has taken over for Abel Sanchez as Golovkin’s new trainer, and he’s trying to fix the major flaws that he’s spotted in his game for a very long time.
“I want to show you new style on Saturday,” said GGG to secondsout. “I want to stick with my style, the big drama show. If he gives me chance in the 1st round, 2nd round, it’s finished. Don’t blink. Just try, please just try,” said Golovkin when told that Derevyanchenko is saying stuff about beating him on Saturday.
— Gennadiy Golovkin (@GGGBoxing) October 1, 2019
Golovkin (39-1-1, 35 KOs) fights Derevyanchenko (13-1, 10 KOs) for the vacant International Boxing Federation middleweight title at “Madison Square Garden” in New York.
“If I beat Derevyanchenko, I have a great future. I want unification. and I want big names. And I want big fight. If you bring big name, then of course,” said Golovkin about him moving up to 168 for a big fight.