IBF, IBO middleweight champion Gennadiy Golovkin is looking to make even more history in Florida when he attempts to make a division-record 21st successful defense of his World Middleweight titles against Kamil Szeremeta. Golovkin, who shares the record for consecutive World Middleweight title defenses, returns to the ring in his second reign as World Middleweight Champion. (photos by Melina Pizano)


Szeremeta is GGG’s mandatory challenger for the IBF strap he won against Sergey Derevyanchenko, and the unbeaten Pole, eight years younger than the defending world champion, enters this fight like a hurricane gathering strength, having won three of his last five fights by knockout, including a second-round stoppage of Oscar Cortes on the undercard of Golovkin’s win over Derevyanchenko.

The action then moves over to Texas the following night to end 2020 with a bang as Alvarez goes toe-to-toe with WBA Super and Ring Magazine champion Smith in front of a 12,000 crowd at the Alamodome.

Mexican pound-for-pound king Alvarez once again reaches for greatness by taking on the #1 Super-Middleweight in the world having won a World title in a fourth weight in his last outing, beating Sergey Kovalev for the WBO Light-Heavyweight strap.