So what's next for middleweight contender, Daniel Jacobs (32-2, 29 KOs), who took Gennady Golovkin the separation on Spring eighteenth at the Madison Square Garden in New York? There is a discussion of him getting an opening on the undercard of the Saul “Canelo” Alvarez versus Gennady Golovkin undercard at the T-Versatile Field in Las Vegas on September sixteenth. Jacobs' long-lasting coach, Andre Rozier told BoxingScene.com – "It's a probability, we simply require a move accomplice however it's a solid plausibility that he'll be on the card."
Any shot of WBO titlist, Billy Joe Saunders, who is all of a sudden need a rival now that Avtandil Khurtsidze has been captured for professedly being a piece of a Russian wrongdoing syndicate? "No, Billy Joe's not going to battle us. Billy Joe will remain in Britain and keep the title prisoner as he's been doing," opined Rozier, reverberating the contemplations of numerous others. "We'd love to, however, we know it won't happen. We're sensitive about that. We know it won't happen." And in the event that they don't arrive on this compensation per-see card, at that point what? "I don't have the foggiest idea, I mean, it'll be somewhat dim by then to balance out what may occur," conceded Rozier, who has been baffled by Jacobs relative latency of the past (having battled only once in 2016). "I'm anticipating it really happening. We needed to battle David Lemieux, however, I don't believe he's excessively excited about getting in the ring with Danny." Lemieux, who has battled twice this year, could be holding up for an open door at Miguel Cotto later in 2017. Rozier proceeded – "We'll need to see yet there's not a great deal of significant work we can get from the top-level people to make a battle of that nature happen so I'm really anticipating seeing what occurs next, myself." The coach says Jacobs has been back in the exercise centre for the recent weeks.