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Gennady Golovkin and David Lemieux put through their paces in front of the media ahead of their upcoming fight in New York
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- Gennady Golovkin and David Lemieux have been promoting their fight
- Both go head-to-head this weekend at New York's Madison Square Garden
- Kazakhstan-born boxer Golovkin is the big favourite for the upcoming bout
- However, Lemieux is confident he can pull off a shock for the crowds
By Press Association
Published: 19:59 EST, 13 October 2015 | Updated: 19:59 EST, 13 October 2015
Gennady Golovkin and David Lemieux have been working out in front of the media ahead of their bout this weekend.
Both knockout specialists took to the ring in front of the cameras in preparations for the New York fight – with the winner walking away with the IBF and WBA belts.
Unbeaten Golovkin is the clear favourite in the betting markets and he showed no signs of nerves as he was put through his paces at Madison Square Gardens.
Boxer Gennady Golovkin poses for pictures during a media work out at Madison Square Garden on Tuesday
Unbeaten boxer Golovkin will face David Lemieux at Madison Square Garden this coming weekend
Lemieux works out in front of the media in New York ahead of his fight with Kazakhstan-born boxer Golovkin
It's more than seven years since Kazakhstan-born boxer Golovkin was taken the distance.
But Lemieux, who secured four knock-downs on his way to this fight, is confident he can stun the crowds watching on.
'I'm ready. It's now or never. He's at his best, I'm getting to my best. We took a big step, and we're ready for it,' he said.
'Everybody understands the gravity of this fight. I think people are going to be surprised with what I bring to the table.
'I'm a big underdog, which is perfect by me. It's not a problem. I know who I am. I have a lot of confidence in myself.
'It's not about power. It's about character, toughness and determination. We're both hard punchers; everyone knows that. Let's see beyond that.'
Lemieux is a big underdog for the fight this weekend, but he claims he can cause a shock in front of the fans
Golovkin is put through his paces in front of the media as he prepares to take on Lemieux this coming weekend