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What time does the Canelo Alvarez-Gennady Golovkin fight start?

Canelo v GGG II The big-fight debate Canelo v GGG II The big-fight debate By Dom Farrell 15 September 2018 187
Cary Erickson | 16 September, 2018, 19:42

Somehow, the two most popular and dominant men in the middleweight division returned to the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas and found a way to match - if not exceed - the action of their previous affair.

Last year, GGG clearly won and they unjustifiably called it a draw.

It was a raucous sellout crowd inside T-Mobile Arena, the assembled masses holding their collective breath at times as the fighters exchanged blow after blow.

Golovkin was more aggressive in seemingly throwing more punches but Canelo landed his own in a more efficient manner.

Saul "Canelo" Álvarez scored the signature win of his career in Saturday night's long-awaited rematch with Gennady Golovkin, capturing the WBC and WBA middleweight titles by a majority decision in a classic encounter that all but guarantees a third installment.

It was his first defeat since the 2005 world amateur championships.

"We had a great fight, the one we expected the first time around, " said Abel Sanchez, Golovkin's trainer. I wanted the knockout.

He said: 'I had Golovkin 117-112. "This is a very important victory to me and my country, and my country will be proud". That was me. I thank my team, who else has a team like that? "This is for them and long live Mexico".

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Golovkin was angered with the decision, the Kazakh storming out of the ring and refusing to do a post-bout interview. I thought it was a very good fight for the fans, and very exciting.

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ESPN boxing analyst Teddy Atlas agreed.

Golovkin also said he would be willing to do a trilogy with Canelo under the right conditions. "At the end of the day it was the wrong decision". Alvarez was 202 of 622, while Golovkin was 234 of 879.

Both fighters fought cagily from the outset, reluctant to trade heavy blows.

The two fighters switched roles, with Triple G trying to counter Alvarez and the Mexican fighter coming forward much of the fight.

Gennady "GGG" Golovkin was just robbed of victory against Canelo Alvarez for the second time in 12 months.