Gennady Golovkin says he will leave it for Canelo Alvarez to make the bold predictions before a rematch that Golovkin considers to be the greatest fight of their careers.
He and the Mexican will return to T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on May 5 after a hotly anticipated first middleweight title bout ended in a controversial draw at the same venue last September.
Alvarez felt he had done enough to beat the WBA, WBC, IBF and IBO champion and has vowed to knock him out when they step into the ring for a second time.
Golovkin also thought he should have got the verdict but is not dwelling on the draw as he steps up his preparations for another battle with Alvarez, insisting he does not plan to change his approach.
The 35-year-old Kazakh told Omnisport: "I don't think about what has been said about the decision from the judges, I just think about the rematch.
"I plan to do exactly the same thing I did in the first fight, I just go in there to do my job and get it done. I am very confident in myself and my ability but I will not give any predictions, nobody knows what will happen in boxing.
"I think is the greatest fight in my career and the same for him. I think it will be an incredible fight. I cannot predict how the judges will see it, I can only control going in there to do my job."
According to Golovkin's head trainer, Abel Sanchez, it took a while to get the rematch deal done, because Canelo had bad memories of the first fight.
"I hope Canelo was able to see a transmission specialist for the rematch because in the first fight he was stuck in reverse. All I know is that after the first fight the fans were not booing Gennady Golovkin. The rematch took long to make because Canelo takes long to heal and had long memories of the first fight," Sanchez said.