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Canelo: Golovkin Can't Change His Style, I'll Remove All Doubt!

Mexican superstar Canelo Alvarez (49-1-2, 34 KOs) is planning to throw a lot of combinations, in every round, when he challenges WBC, WBA, and IBO middleweight world champion Gennady "GGG" Golovkin (38-0-1, 34 KOs) in their anticipated rematch.

The event will take place Saturday, Sept. 15 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas and will be produced and distributed live by HBO Pay-Per-View beginning at a special time of 8:00 p.m. ET/5:00 p.m. PT.

The first contest, which took place last September, at very same venue, ended in a controversial twelve round split draw.

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Canelo has several adjustments that he's planning to make. 

He predicts Golovkin will fight in the same exact manner when they collide. After reviewing numerous fights that involved GGG, Canelo has become convinced that the unified champion can only fight in a single style and a single mode of attack.

"The last fight gave us the blueprint for this rematch. We don't necessarily have to change the strategy; we just have to add to what we did. We have to throw more punches in every round. We need to do that to remove any doubts about the victory. For that we will work on our conditioning. That's what we needed a little more of in the first fight in order to be able to throw punches constantly in each round," Canelo said.

"We have been training very well. We've been working hard on the conditioning. That's what we'll need a lot of in the second fight. We're focused. We're focused on the style of Golovkin. We know that he's not going to change. He's going to go out to do the same thing he always does and come forward. He may want to change, but when things get tough, he'll go back to the style he's been using his whole life and which he has never changed."

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Boxing Goat on 08-10-2018

[QUOTE=j.razor;19007348]We have no evidence that he was on PED's in the 1st fight. Maybe he took them this time to get the K.O. but the fact is Nelo won the 1st fight. Oh & what happened when Nelo was NOT…

Comment by OCPancho on 08-09-2018

Canelo is meat without clenbu. He looks too thin .

Comment by Boxing 956 on 08-09-2018

[QUOTE=j.razor;19007033]Its not considered running when you lay on the ropes & give lil g an invitation that lil g [B]respectfully declined[/B]....LOL[/QUOTE] He probably got a cramp from all the running thats why he went to the ropes. LMFAO

Comment by Boxing 956 on 08-09-2018

[QUOTE=Robi13;19007517]Fact is, it was a draw! Wany to know other facts? Ok here are a few... Canelo has never been caught cheating, he was caught with trace amounts of clen consistent with meat contamination, he passed the hair follicle test,…

Comment by Boxing 956 on 08-09-2018

[QUOTE=j.razor;19008410]lil g was showing fear when Nelo told him to come to the ropes....LOL[/QUOTE] U make excuses that GGG only wanted canelo to stand and trade but its ok for canelo to only want to fight from the ropes??? Whats…

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