Originally Posted by gyll
I don't know why boxers always say things that make it easy for them to be criticized. I don't know what Quillin's intentions are but the way he worded things it sounds like he's ducking. If I'm in his position and I'm willing to fight anyone, I'd say this:
"I would love to fight Golovkin. But there are bigger fishes to fry at this moment. If I can't get a fight with the guys at the very top, I will get in the ring with Golovkin. Every top guy at 160 is on my hit list. Unfortunately I can't fight them all at once therefore I have to select one opponent who is the best option available. It may or may not be GG. Either way I promise you I'm fighting someone who is among the best in my division."
So you don't understand English either
How can it be made any clearer for you?