Gennady Golovkin vs Sergiy Derevyanchenko Preview! Gennady (GGG) Golovkin faces Sergiy (The Technician) Derevyanchenk on October 5, 2019, for the vacant IBF & IBO middleweight championships of the world. The fight will be broadcast by DAZN from Madison Square Garden in New York City. Golovkin is 39-1-1 with 35 stoppage wins Derevyanchenko is 13-1 with 10 stoppage wins. Don’t be fooled by the small amount of fights Derevyanchenko is the real deal. I would not be surprised to see the fight even after 8 rounds. Derevyanchenko could pull the upset, but I’m picking Golovkin to pull away in the later rounds and to become the IBF & IBO middleweight champion.
A Gift For GGG? Gennady Golovkin/Sergiy Derevyanchenko Review. Gennady Golovkin wins a close decision over Sergiy Derevyanchenko to become IBF and also IBO middleweight champion! GGG won a disputed unanimous decision by scores of 114-113 and 115-112 twice. Without the knockdown in the first round by Golovkin scores would have been 114-114 and 115-113 twice. Officially the knockdown did not affect the fight. However, plenty of observers fell that GGG got a gift and The Technician as Derevyanchenko is known should have been crowned champion. Personally, I thought it was a close fight that could have gone either way. Neither Golovkin or Derevyanchenko were able to take advantage of opportunities in the fight.
Sergiy Derevyanchenko Has Options After GGG Fight! I tend to make one What’s Next Video after a Fight, but I wanted to try making videos for both Sergiy Derevyanchenko and Gennady Golovkin! Please stay tuned to this channel for my GGG video! In this video, I am focused on Sergiy Derevyanchenko. Who, despite not getting the decision has created for himself more options than at any point in his career!
Is It Time For GGG To Move Up To Super Middleweight? Sometimes the simple explanation is the correct one. If you feel that Sergiy Derevyanchenko deserved the decision against Gennady Golovkin the simple explanation may just be that in October of 2019 Derevyanchenko is a better boxer than GGG.
Derevyanchenko is absolutely deserving of a rematch and Golovkin has options if he decides to stay at 160. Demetrius Andrade & Ryota Murata are makable fights. I don’t think Canelo Alvarez is going to be GGG’s next fight and he may have to move up to 168 to secure a third fight. At 168 there is the winner of Callum Smith/John Ryder, but I think a fight with Billy Joe Saunders might create more interest.
Originally Posted to Channel Sports Talk With Troy! Gennady Golovkin vs Sergiy Derevyanchenko For The IBF Middleweight Championship! GGG is back as he takes on Sergiy The Technician Derevyanchenko in October at Madison Square Garden in New York City for the Vacant IBF Middleweight Championship!
GGG Stops Rolls In 4 Rounds! In DAZN Debut! Gennady Golovkin stops Steve Rolls in the fourth round in his debut fight under his contract with DAZN and his first fight since his controversial loss to Canelo Alvarez.back in September of 2018. Sports Talk With Troy On YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1DnNvUpABr-ayiIMvwBJgg
Who Will GGG Fight In June?
Now that Gennady Golovkin is officially with DAZN who will his first opponent be? He is expected to fight in June with the goal of facing the winner of May’s Canelo Alvarez/Daniel Jacobs fight in September.
So the question is who does GGG fight in June to set up that September fight? I am expecting them to keep the fight in house so don’t expect to see Jermall Charlo or for that matter Jermell Charlo & Billy Joe Saunders as oppoents. I don’t see GGG going to 168 so dont expect Callum Smith or Dmitry Bivol in June. All of the above could be in Golovkin’s future, but not in June.
I don ‘t think they take a huge risk, but will want to face someone with some credibility. The first name to pop up is Maciej Sulecki. Solid boxer has a fight this weekend that he should win Sulecki. won’t turn heads, but he has some solid wins and would make an ideal opponent if they are looking to get rid of some ring rust. Sergiy Derevyanchenko is someone who could be in play as well. There are people who think they should have fought last May. Speaking of last May when the GGG/Canelo rematch was postponed Jaime Munguia came up as a possible replacement opponent The NSAC decided that Munguia was too inexperienced and squashed that fight. Since then Munguia has become a champion at 154. The last guy I think they are looking at is Demetrius Andrade. The WBO middleweight champion had a fight scheduled for June in his hometown of Providence, Rhode Island, on boxrec as of yesterday. Now he doesn’t. I will let you read whatever you would like into that.