It's the greatest battle of the year, no uncertainty, and as of now battle fans wherever are discussing the September 16 confrontation between middleweight ruler Gennady Golovkin and star challenger Canelo Alvarez. Also, there are a lot of things to discuss with this super battle.
Beside talking about who will win the huge battle, fans are at present thinking about the accompanying things:
The battle won't be battled at a catch-weight.
This is incredible news, and nothing else should have been normal. The battle will challenge the world middleweight crown and in this way the battle being battled at 160 pounds is no stunner, yet in light of the high number of catch-weight battles we've seen as of late, many fans were concerned there may be one set up for GGG-Canelo PPV. Gratefully this won't be the situation. Things being what they are, will's identity the greater, more grounded man in the ring on battle night?
Canelo will have a rematch proviso, Golovkin won't.
This one raised a couple of eyebrows. As detailed by The Los Angeles Times, Canelo will have the capacity to get himself a quick return battle should he lose in September, while "Golovkin won't have this extravagance," (as cited by The LA Times). This, essentially, does not appear to be reasonable. By any stretch of the imagination.
Should GGG lose, say by means of a nearby, close, close, disputable choice thrashing, what amount of will he be lamenting how he consented to this specific proviso in the agreement? In any case, the way that the world middleweight ruler has consented to such an uneven arrangement indicates you precisely the amount he needs this battle.
The scene is as yet undecided.
Exactly where will the standoff occur? Promoter Oscar De La Hoya has said places, for example, Wembley, England, Dubai and Las Vegas as potential outcomes. While Vegas appears a characteristic scene, possibly Oscar and Co and shooting for a far greater setting than Vegas can offer – Wembley, with its 90,000 limit, for instance. Or, on the other hand perhaps the huge Dallas Cowboys Stadium will play host to the battle the whole boxing word will be viewing.
De La Hoya says that when his man wins, Canelo will progress toward becoming Pound-for-Pound NO.1.
The September 16 champ will be taken a gander at by a large number of fans as the best contender on the planet; or one of them at any rate. In any case, Oscar, backing Canelo to the grip obviously, disclosed to ESPN that his warrior will take the legendary P-4-P spot should he develop triumphant in barely four months. Fans and supporters of contenders, for example, Vasyl Lomachenko and the Andre Ward-Sergey Kovalev rematch will potentially dissent, yet it's sure the champ of Canelo-GGG will be positioned profoundly in the rankings records everybody pays heed to.