Golovkin’s potential rival on the real reason for the failure of the fight with Tszyu – he was “ordered”


Australian middleweight Michael Zerafa (30-4, 19 KOs) is the same fighter who claims to take on legendary Kazakh champion Gennady Golovkin in March.

StaboutThe fighter has lasting victories – in April he upset the prospect of Isaac Hardman, before that he retired the age-old Anthony Mundine, and in 2019 he knocked out the star Jeff Horn.

And Zerafa also disrupted a huge event in Australia – at the last moment he refused to fight with compatriot Tim Tszyu. Then he said that it was all about covid restrictions, but now he decided that he could finally tell the whole truth about that failed fight.

Keep a criminal story about a failed contract killing.

“I was told that I was ordered, –
frankly Zerafa. You understand that such things cannot be ignored. So I immediately contacted the police and filed a complaint. I just didn’t know how real the threat was. But the fact is that the police knew everything. It was chaos. The police kept making me change my plans, my daily routine, even the routes I took to the gym.”

According to Zerafa, “The decision to withdraw from the fight with Tszyu is something I have to live with for the rest of my life. But it’s hard for you to imagine yourself in my place. I think that if the fans knew the whole story, they would ask me for forgiveness for everything they said about me … “

November 23 in Sydney (Australia) Zerafa will fight with an unbeaten Italian
Danilo Creati. At the beginning of the month, Michael threatened a commentator with a knockout. Meanwhile, the promoter spoke about Golovkin’s next fight.