Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by Gennady, May 17, 2019.
Don’t let them win G
Hes always looked strong.
rolls ko 2.
You look fat and ugly
A man reborn!
Somebody better start stocking up on some new batch of Mexican beef.
Lol this ggg cheerleaders are so sensitive
Reborn? Wait till he fights Canelo and people like you will be saying "old " lol
A good sign is that they are moving away from focusing on GGG's power and more on his boxing.
A bad sign is how clueless his new trainer sounds. I mean, if he talks the same way with Golovkin, do you think they are on the same page?
Not to mention that he’s got as much personality as a wet cardboard box, which means that he could do his job from home, talking trough Skype.
Something tells me that this is Golovkins way of dropping ballast and, essentially, training himself. Sort of what Kovalev did after getting rid of that snake.
Lmao u expect from Banks to tell their strategy straight to the camera. The guy was working with Klitschko for years, probably he knows a few things about boxing.
Read my comment again, with your thinking hat on, if you think I expected him to talk about strategies.
I was actually highly disappointed at his choice of trainer, but it doesn't take much to improve from Abel's training.
All golovkin needs right now is to avoid overtraining, focus on boxing carefully (like Kovalev), work on speed, and safely setting up body shots against fast counter punchers.
The reason why Golovkin was hesitant to the body was likely because he didn't do drills during camps to set up body shots. Abel likely just had him throw hard low shots on the mitts at random, then expected him to just throw to the body at fight time with such a speed disadvantage.
He's still training at altitude which is a bad sign for overtraining. When you're at altitude you're actually undertraining because you can't train at the same intensity as when you're at sea level.
I think GGG knows he needs to work on speed but Banks doesn't seem to have a good method for training speed based on what we've seen so far.
We'll have to see if he ages even more in his next fight.
GGG 2.0 with added slickness.