Canelo Alvarez Predictions: Who You Got?

Canelo Alvarez Predictions: Who You Got?

Canelo Alvarez Predictions: Who You Got?

Triple G feels the only reason the fight is happening is because he struggled in his last bout against Daniel Jacobs, whom he proudly calls the second best middle weight in the world. Skills could favour a Canelo victory with the right game plan but the power lies with Golovkin. The Kazakh is unbeaten in his 37 professional fights, but Alvarez has beaten some of the biggest names in boxing, including Amir Khan, Miguel Cotto and Shane Mosley.

Golovkin, however, has finished his opponents much faster than Alvarez.

"And with a couple more days to go towards the fight, we are very excited to bring this fight to the public for them to enjoy".

The Kazakhstani fighter has looked less than overwhelming in his last two outings. "The fight is huge" said Golovkin. But it's a superfight just the same and may be more important than others in recent memory simply for the timeless message it presents: That it's essential for the best to fight the best, regardless of danger, in order to uphold the overall health of the sport.

He added: "I am a big middleweight and don't want to give my advantage away, but there is not a super-middleweight that I fear".

Golovkin will face his toughest test yet. "So probably, yeah, five years more". In fact, one can argue that the delay has only made it feel like a bigger event, allowing Alvarez's elite skill set at age 27 to catch up with his huge popularity.

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As Canelo has not been in with anyone the same size or strength as Golovkin, I think that power will be the deciding factor in this fight.

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The fight did take longer than fans - and Golovkin - would have liked, as contentious negotiations sidetracked the fight.

An impressive win could land him a shot at the victor of Canelo v GGG who meet in Las Vegas a few hours after his showdown with American Monroe Jr. He has successfully defended his middleweight crown 18 straight times and believes at the age of 35 he could shatter Bernard Hopkins' record of 20 straight defenses. I've worked hard for all the opportunities I've been given so I've got a real chance of getting myself into that position.

"It's very interesting for me".

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