Andred about the failed fight with Alimkhanuly: “I won’t even trust him with my bag”


Former world champion in two weight categories American Demetrius Endred (31-0, 19 KOs) gave up his title without a fight WBO

Kazakh middleweight Zhanibek Alimkhanuly (13-0, 9 KOs) and plans to continue his career in a higher division.

words Andred, there was no (financial) sense in the fight with the Kazakhstani: “I know what I stand for. I know my worth. But they constantly try to impose the wrong opponents on me. What is the point of me from a fight with him (Zhanibek)? But if Gennady Golovkin had been in his place, then it would be a different matter. After all, we are from the same basket, from the same generation, from the same era. These are the fights you should support and demand, and not impose any Zhanibekov on me, pretending that he is worth something … “

“Enough…” the ex-champion started up. This guy isn’t even worth carrying my bag into the gym. O how you at all speak? Look, I won’t waste my time. I want to participate in fights for which I will get what I am worth. Yes, I’m talking about fights with fighters like Jermall Charlo. You yourself know that while I was boxing on
streaming DAZN
then did everythingyoTo obtain their best fighters are Billy Joe Saunders, Jaime Munguia, Golovkin. Charlo is the biggest fight for me because we also have a real feud. More than that there can be a fight with Canelo Alvarez. I am ready to fight Jermall now, even without intermediate fights. Come on man, just me and you. Let’s go!”

Andred seems to have registered in RVS Al Haymon. He will make his debut on January 7 in Washington (USA) as an opening act for Gervonta Davis and Hector Garcia. The rival of the ex-world champion is a middle-class compatriot Demond Nicholson.

Golovkin’s former coach believes that Charlo and Andred didn’t deserve a fight with GGG. Demetrius could have challenged the vacant WBO interim belt of 76.2 kg, but changed his mind about fighting Parker. By the way, he lost. But the battle with Canelo was at stake …