Saul "Canelo" Alvarez could be heading towards his second profession crush on September 16 against middleweight champion Gennady "GGG" Golovkin, as indicated by mentor Abel Sanchez. There is a considerable measure of key arranging that has gone into this battle by Canelo's promoters at Golden Boy Promotions.
They held up 2 years until the point that Golovkin was 35 to make the battle, and they clearly feel that he's disintegrated enough for the 27-year-old Canelo to crush him now in his vocation. In the event that inconceivably intense and skilled GGG can demolish Canelo, it will be gigantic hit to his profession and also to Golden Boy. All that arranging that they did in enduring Golovkin until the point when he was old before making the battle would have gone up in smoke.
Canelo versus Golovkin will be broadcast on HBO pay-per-see on September 16 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. The two contenders will probably observe their greatest vocation paydays relying upon what number of PPV purchases the battle pulls in. The battle will probably get well more than 1 million purchases on HBO PPV.
"It's a battle of differentiating styles, despite the fact that they have similar styles as before when they fought," said Abel Sanchez to Fighthype in discussing GGG and Canelo. "They both can counter punch. As far as anyone knows, they both can blast. I don't think so. I think Golovkin is the greater puncher. I think Canelo is, even more, a slapper," said Sanchez.
The power obviously is in favor of Golovkin. He has unbelievable punching power, and that is with the two hands. He's not only a right-hand puncher like Teddy Atlas discusses. Golovkin has a left snare that is devastating when he lands it flush. Golovkin broke Kell Brook's eye attachment with a left snare in the first round of their battle last September. That shot had Brook seriously hurt.
On the off chance that Golovkin associates with a left snare to the head or group of Canelo, the battle could be over without a moment's pause. Canelo is by all accounts ready to take head shots superior to anything a great many people, however, he's not confronted any punches in his boxing profession other than James Kirkland and Miguel Cotto. Canelo had excessively weight on Cotto for his punches to influence him. On account of Kirkland, he was thumped out too rapidly for him to test Canelo's profession.
"I believe it's a battle between two folks that have earned the privilege to be there," said Sanchez in talking in regards to Canelo and Triple G. "I'm not doing anything unique. I think they need to adjust to us. I think Canelo is simply one more warrior that is in the ring with him. In the event that Golovkin's as well as can be expected best, I think he beats him effortlessly. I don't trust anything occurs on that night that makes it extraordinary, yet nothing's occurred in 37 or 38 battles. So I think I believe we will have a decent night," said Sanchez.
Sanchez could be ideal about this being a simple battle for Golovkin. In the event that he's taking care of business, Canelo will be in a bad position, since he's so significantly littler and weaker. Canelo hasn't had the correct understanding to prepare for the Golovkin battle. Brilliant Boy has been so bustling placing Canelo in confuses that it's shielded him from testing his breaking points as a warrior. It resembles playing tennis with players that have no ability.
You're not going to enhance if everything you're doing is playing individuals that don't have the ability to test you. Brilliant Boy has coordinated Canelo against these frail rivals over the most recent 2 years: Amir Khan, Julio Cesar Chavez Jr., Liam Smith, Miguel Cotto and James Kirkland. Those are not warriors that Canelo ought to have been battling. Those are folks that Canelo ought to have battled substantially before in his profession when he was quite recently beginning.
Canelo ought to have been battling the best like the Charlo siblings, Danny Jacobs and Demetrius Andrade. Presently we will perceive what happens when a contender that doesn't have the best possible experience gets tossed into the ring with Golovkin. I believe it will end gravely for Canelo with him getting thumped oblivious well before the sixth round. Golovkin is going swim directly through Canelo's slapping punches and bring him out with a major body shot. Canelo is poor at taking body shots. I think Sanchez understands this and he'll ensure that GGG pursues his body on September 16.