By Edward Chaykovsky

As previously reported on BoxingScene.com, WBA middleweight champion Gennady 'GGG' Golovkin and Daniel Jacobs could be on a collision course for a year-end showdown.

On September 10th at the O2 Arena in London, IBF/IBO/WBA Super/WBC middleweight world champion Golovkin (35-0, 32KOs) will defend three of his titles against IBF welterweight champion Kell Brook, who is heading up by two divisions.

The night before, on September 9th, Jacobs (31-1, 28KOs) will defend his WBA 'regular' middleweight title in a rematch with Sergio Mora at the Santander Arena in Reading, Pennsylvania.

The World Boxing Association is planning to issue an order for Golovkin and Jacobs to fight each other - should both fighters win next week. The WBA is looking to establish a sole world champion at middleweight.

Golovkin's promoter, Tom Loeffler of K2 Promotions, is very much on board with a year-end fight against Jacobs.

"Look I have a lot of respect for Danny Jacobs. He had a tremendous knockout over Peter Quillin. He's got a fight coming up the day before Gennady fights, on September 9th. That's a fight that can be made if the WBA mandates it. That's a fight that can be made. That's a tremendous fight between two of the top middleweights in the world," Loeffler told BoxingScene.com.

"Gennady and Abel are focused on September 10th. They are laser focused on Kell Brook. It's my job to look ahead." 

 Jacobs is also ready to meet Golovkin in the ring. He feels very confident in his ability to beat GGG.

“We called out Triple G months ago,” Jacobs said to Premier Boxing Champions. “I truly want that fight, if not by the end of the year then definitely sometime next year. So we’ll continue to build our brand, and then we’ll see what the future holds. But I’m sure we can make [a Golovkin fight] happen. It’s a fight I believe I can be the victor in.”

“I believe that everything happens for a reason, and I don’t think it’s a coincidence that we’re both fighting side by side. I’m excited to be in this position and to have an opportunity to look impressive with a victory against Sergio Mora, then it will be up to Gennady Golovkin to take care of Kell Brook.”

 “I want to get this fight out of the way and move on to bigger and better things, like Gennady Golovkin. We’re two of the best middleweights in the world. Ultimately that’s a fight that we both want and that can be built up to be a top-notch, pay-per-view, superstar quality matchup. Within my skill set, I have great speed, ring generalship and power. Those three ingredients to me are enough to beat anybody.”