Dominic Ingle, the trainer of Kell Brook has outlined some of the strategy it will take in order for the Yorkshireman to take down Gennady Golovkin on September 10.
Brook, 30, is attempting to become the middleweight champion of the world with a victory over the hard-hitting Kazakh in London and has no doubts ‘The Special One’ has what it takes to get the job done.
“We are confident that Kell Brook will become the new middleweight champion of the world. We’ve had a great camp in Spain. We’re in a quiet place and that’s allowing us to get on with our work away from prying eyes,” said Ingle.
“Kell is going to be in great shape and he has to be to fight Gennady. Kell is going to come out on top on the night – we’ve looked at Gennady and we’ll have the right plan.
“Kell has always says he’s going to deliver something historic and he’s done that already, and on September 10 Kell will become the new Middleweight champion of the world.”
“You have to go through the gears as Gennady is a very clever and accomplished fighter so he has to match his intelligence, power and engine. The fear in the fight makes you perform the best, we’ve addressed all those scenarios and he’ll deliver on the night.”
Golovkin is undefeated and recognised as one of the best pound for pound fighters in the world, giving Brook the perfect opportunity to cement his legacy in the autumn.