"I'm an animal. I'm a beast at these higher weights".
The post drew a quick response from British middleweight champion Eubank Jr, 26, who is set to miss out on a share of a fight estimated to be worth £3 million.
I have a feeling this is going to be a real beat down with Golovkin chasing Brook around the ring and smashing him every time he corners him.
Granted, the fighters that did this with any bit of success were some all time greats, but I think it's important to remember that it has been done before. We're getting results already and we've still got weeks to go.
Tickets go on sale on Thursday July 14 at midday to Matchroom Fight Pass members from the Fight Pass area at www.matchroomboxing.com and the venue and AXS pre-sale before tickets go on general sale at www.theO2.co.uk. A Wilder versus Joshua match will be very lucrative when it happens, but Wilder will need to get by Arreola first.
"We're working on a fight for Jessie Vargas". Nobody at 147lbs will step in with me or if they're talking, they're pricing themselves out. So I'll be eating well and be fuelled and push myself even more. "I saw a couple of his fights and he is a strong guy, the best fighter in his division". I'm excited to see what I can do. Let us know in the comments section below. But Brook is not listening to any of the negativity, insisting he will, "shock the world".
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"People saying I won't step up to the plate, you don't get any bigger than this". I'm a big Brook fan but do feel it's most unfortunate that injuries and broken down negotiations over the years have gotten in the way of him proving himself to be a true ruler at 147.
Want a quick crash course in global economics and the boxing business? Critics do not expect Arreola to be much of a challenge to Wilder, as his past history of weight and discipline problems have made Arreola damaged goods.
And, however you look at it, Brook will (based on pure talent/ability) be the best opponent Golovkin has faced in the pro game.
This weekend also sees FOX television airing heavyweight title action as Deontay Wilder puts his WBC belt on the line against Chris Arreola.
"I keep thinking of my idol, Sugar Ray Robinson, because he went in and did it. I'm going to show everyone that I'm not a one-trick pony". I think Brook is going to try and win an ugly decision by throwing pot shots from the outside, running away, and then tying Golovkin up. "I'm in with a man and a middleweight". Yes, it's a cliché, but Brook really does seem to believe in his heart victory will be his on September 10.
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