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Daniel Jacobs doesn't fear Golovkin, picks Lee over Saunders

Daniel Jacobs talks Lee-Saunders and Gennady Golovkin, as well as his fight tonight with Peter Quillin.

On Andy Lee vs Billy Joe Saunders

"I believe Lee will win that fight. I think he has more experience. I think he's the stronger of the two. Both are southpaws so there's really no -- nobody has the edge. Southpaw versus orthodox, you have more of an edge. Andy's the longer fighter so he'll be able to get his jab off a little bit more. Saunders might have to find a way to get inside, but he has fast hands and he's also talented, so it's just gonna be a great matchup, I'm looking forward to it."

On Gennady Golovkin

"I didn't come into this sport to duck and dodge no one. He's not someone who I fear. He's not someone who I look at as someone to avoid. Obviously when you're dealing with a sport like this, you want to make sure you have the finances where they need to be in order for it to be such a big fight. That's all I'm worried about. I'm just making sure that I get in there and get compensated correctly. Not that I'm saying, oh, let's wait 10 fights so I can get this under my belt or that under my belt. I just want to make sure it's right for me, and I have one of the best advisers in the game, and he always advises us to make sure we have the most reward for the risk we take going into the ring."

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