Watch the Mexican superstar three-time world champion Canelo Alvarez 49–1–1 (34 KO) will be head to head the undefeated WBA (Super), WBC, IBF, and IBO middleweight champions Gennady Golovkin 37–0–0 (33 KO) in boxing ring for Canelo vs Golovkin Live on HBO boxing at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Watch Canelo vs Golovkin Live on HBO the biggest fight in boxing history. The fans demanded showdown Canelo vs Golovkin Live known as “Supremacy”.
Canelo Álvarez vs. Gennady Golovkin, billed as Supremacy, is an upcoming professional boxing superfight to be contested for the unified WBA (Super), WBC, IBF, Ring magazine, and lineal middleweight championship. The bout will be held on September 16, 2017 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. It will be televised on HBO pay-per-view in the United States, on BoxNation Box Office in the United Kingdom, and on Space in Latin America.
Canelo vs Golovkin Live: Brilliant Boy Promotions has chosen to organize the September sixteenth Saul “Canelo” Alvarez versus Gennady “GGG” Golovkin battle at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. This goes to nothing unexpected to many boxing fans, as Canelo’s promoter Oscar De La Hoya organizes a great deal of his battles in Vegas. Brilliant Boy picked the T-Mobile Arena over the substantially bigger AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, Madison Square Garden in New York, the United Kingdom, and also Dodger’s Stadium in Los Angeles, California.
Date : September 16, 2017
Venue : T-Mobile Arena
Title(s) on the line : WBA (Super), WBC, IBO, IBF, The Ring and vacant lineal middleweight titles.
Middleweight : Canelo Álvarez vs Gennady Golovkin
Featherweight : Joseph Diaz vs Jorge Lara
Super Bantamweight : Diego De La Hoya vs Randy Caballero
Featherweight : Claudio Marrerovs Jesus Rojas
Lightweight : Ryan Martin vs Francisco Rojo
Canelo wasn’t prepared to guard his title against Golovkin at the time, so he cleared the belt and moved down to 154 to challenger Liam Smith. Canelo beat Liam Smith to win the WBO 154-pound title, and he then abandoned it with the goal that he could climb super middleweight to battle Chavez Jr. at a catch-weight of 164.5 pounds. Looking back, Canelo would have spared time in the event that he’d just guarded his WBC title against Golovkin in 2016 as opposed to confronting Liam Smith and Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. Be that as it may, Golovkin would have been qualified for a greater part of the income for the battle with Canelo. That may be one of the main motivations why Canelo and Golden Boy picked not to bring the battle with GGG at the time. Positively, Chavez Jr. what’s more, Smith were bad planning to prepare Canelo for what he’ll be managing when he gets inside the ring with Golovkin. Liam Smith had stamina issues, and Chavez Jr. was only a weight depleted punching pack for Canelo.
You can’t generally call the Canelo versus Golovkin battle a genuine title. It’s even more an instance of Golovkin safeguarding his IBF/IBO/WBA/WBC middleweight titles against a challenger and not a champion in Canelo. The red-haired Mexican star Canelo USED to be a champion at 154 and at 160, yet he surrendered his titles both circumstances in emptying them. Golovkin’s mentor Abel Sanchez doesn’t rate Canelo as the second best contender at 160.
As of May 2017, Álvarez is ranked as the world’s best active boxer, pound for pound, by BoxRec; and eighth by the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board (TBRB) and The Ring. He is also ranked as the world’s best light middleweight by the TBRB and BoxRec, as well as ranked the best middleweight by The Ring and second by the TBRB.
Golovkin moved into the ring and both of them were quickly met by HBO analyst Max Kellerman. Golovkin looked recognizably greater than Canelo, both in tallness and in size. In any case, Golovkin is in the middle of battles right now, and he had clearly put on weight that he typically wouldn’t be bearing for one of his battles. Golovkin seemed as though he was in the 180s. Canelo had all the earmarks of being in the low 170s.
Gennady Gennadyevich Golovkin is a Kazakhstani professional boxer who currently holds the unified WBA (Super), WBC, IBF, and IBO middleweight titles. As of May 2017, he is ranked as the world’s best middleweight by BoxRec and the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board (TBRB), and second best by The Ring. He is also ranked as the world’s second best active boxer, pound for pound, by The Ring; and fifth by BoxRec and the TBRB.