His end of the week Canelo Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin will go head to head in a set of three battle with the world’s undisputed super middleweight crown on the line. The battle comes five years after whenever they first met in the ring.
Their most memorable battle was governed a questionable draw (because of an odd scorecard for Alvarez). The rematch experienced deferred because of ‘spoiled meat’ that impacted Alvarez’s medication tests. At the point when Canelo versus GGG 2 at last happened it was Alvarez who came out triumphant in a nearby and energizing challenge.
This time around Alvarez is falling off his most memorable misfortune beginning around 2013, having lost to Dimtry Bivol in a light heavyweight session last break. Golovkin is 4-0 since his misfortune to Alvarez in 2018.
Today the two men will be hoping to show up something like 168 lbs. There’s been loads of show in their match-ups previously. Ideally there won’t be any on the scales today.
You can watch the weigh-ins for the battle here. The stream goes inhabit 3:30PM ET. The actual occasion occurs on Saturday night live on DAZN. The PPV card begins at 8PM ET with ring strolls for the headliner anticipated around 11 PM ET.
Undisputed super middleweight title: Saul Alvarez versus Gennady Golovkin
WBC super flyweight title: Jesse Rodriguez versus Israel Gonzalez
Super middleweight: Ali Akhmedov versus Gabriel Rosado
Middleweight: Austin Williams versus Kieron Conway
Middleweight: Diego Pacheco versus Enrique Collazo
Lightweight: Marc Castro versus Kevin Mendoza
Very lightweight: Aaron Apone versus Fernando Molina
Super flyweight: Anthony Herrera versus Delvin McKinley