The unknowns of the Canelo vs. Golovkin fight

There are many questions leading up to the final chapter in the trilogy of fights between the Mexican and the Kazakh.

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from: TUDN.mx

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Cinnamon vs. GGG 2022 It comes after four long years, and like all great fights in boxing history, it is full of emotion, passion and a sporting rivalry that has also become a personal battle for the Mexican.

CANELO ALVAREZ AND HIS MENTAL STATE AFTER DEFEAT BY DMITRI BIVOL

Almost 9 years without a loss gave Saúl Álvarez an aura of invincibility. Rivals came and went without changing the outcome of the Canelo fight. It was even speculated that his talent and physical conditioning would allow him to challenge heavyweight opponents.

However, Dmitri Bivol’s quality reminded Canelo of his mortal status. How will the man from Guadalajara perform in the ring after being defeated by Olympus? Will there be pressure and hunger to show that his best days are not yet over? Will he be afraid to taste the bitter taste of defeat again?

GENADIY GOLOVKIN, 40; BETWEEN DEMAND AND POWER

GGG is a historic figure in the 160-pound division. He is simply the man who has successfully defended a world championship in this division the most times with 21 matches. Also, without officially defeating him, he is the one who abuses Canelo Alvarez in the ring in almost 17 years of the Mexican’s career.

However, he has an implacable rival that no one has yet managed to overcome: his age. At 40, he still wants to nurture his boxing legacy, but his deteriorating physical condition, vulnerability to a midsection strike and loss of quickness could trip him up.

THE CARDIO CONDITION OF CANELO ALVAREZ

Much of Guadalajara’s defeat against Dmitry Bivol was caused by the fatigue he showed very early in the fight. While Canelo’s striking has never been one of his main strengths, he’s never had it as bad as he did that night on May 7, 2022.

Saul Alvarez admitted that he soon tired of Bivolo and that part of his new strategy to use Gennady Golovkin as a springboard to his boxing resurgence involves running again, an activity he has stopped to avoid damaging his right knee. operated in 2018

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REFEREES FOR BOY CANELLO VS GOLOWKIN 3

Suspicion was immediate after the appointment of the persons responsible for dispensing justice and qualifying the case by the Nevada Athletic Commission, as Steve Weisfeld, Dave Moretti and David Sutherland were appointed, and the referee will be Russell Mora, the latter worrying the most demanding.

Sutherland has never rated an Alvarez fight, but Moretti and Weisfeld have done so 7 and 5 times respectively; Both were judges in the second edition of Canelo vs. GGG, which the Mexican won.

Dave Moretti had Saúl Álvarez on top in 5 of his 7 rated fights; Steve Weisfeld, at 4. Russell Mora is third in the ring in the last 3 fights of the man from Guadalajara in Las Vegas (2 wins and 1 loss). It’s not hard to see that Gennady Golovkin sees a knockout as the only way to beat Canelo.

THE NEW BOXING STYLES OF CANELO ALVAREZ AND GENADIY GOLOVKIN

Neither Canelo nor GGG are the same as they were 4 years ago. Both have undergone a remarkable mutation in the way they carry themselves in the ring. It is tirelessly repeated that in boxing “styles determine the types of fights”. So the new versions of Saúl Álvarez and Gennady Golovkin could lead to a new kind of clash between the two.

As for ‘Canelo’ Álvarez, in his two fights against the Kazakh he landed 505 and 622 punches respectively. However, after them, the number of blows he inflicted on his opponents significantly decreased.

Since then, he’s stepped into the ring eight times and in none of his 12-round fights has he thrown as many strikes. Saul is more calculating and deadly than generous on the battlefield today.

Gennady Golovkin He changed his coach and replaced Mexican-American Abel Sanchez with American Jonathan Banks. The Kazak mutates from kamikaze and throws punches to the head to target the body of his opponents as well. GGG is now trying to counter punch more and offer a fight less.

The answer to all questions can only be found in the fight that airs this Saturday, September 17th from the T-Mobile Arena in the event Canelo vs. Golovkin 3.

Canelo and his cry for independence on Saturday: “Long live Mexico, you bastards”

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