Golovkin will not retire after the Canelo fight

Golovkin will not retire after the Canelo fight

Gennady Golovkin has declared that he has no aim of resigning from boxing after his battle with Canelo Alvarez on Saturday.

The two meet for the third time, with the Mexican winning once on places and the other match being chosen as a draw. Golovkin is 40 years of age and that's what many trust assuming he loses to Alvarez once more, he should resign.

"The set of three is something major. Orchestrating a rematch, not to mention a third match is truly challenging. Having a third battle implies individuals need to watch me, and that is the best thing about boxing," Golovkin said.

The Kazakh recorded his main misfortune such a long ways in his vocation against Alvarez, with whom he used to be companions and competing accomplices. Golovkin won every one of his other 42 sessions in the star ring, aside from the two with Canelo.

"I have plans for after the game. What will I say if they offer me a fourth fight with Canelo? “Why not!” I have so many plans, Mexico, USA, Australia, maybe even a game in Kazakhstan. I have many options. According to you, I gave up 3 years ago, I have no intention of stopping," added Golovkin.