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Canelo Alvarez, Set To Make The Scorecards Useless In GGG Rematch

Canelo Alvarez, Set To Make The Scorecards Useless In GGG Rematch

Canelo-GGG II is set to trill us ones again as the last on May 5th, for Cinco De Mayo weekend and the Mexican superstar is set to make the scorecards useless as their last class was seen as an unfair decision from the judges.

Their first Clash was explosive and much more competitive than expected but most of the fans and pundits saw the split draw as a controversial one, as they expected the IBF, WBA, WBC, IBO middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin (37-0-1, 33 KOs). to win the Bout.

Mexican superstar Saul "Canelo" Alvarez (49-1-2, 33 KOs) in his last Bout with GGG in Las Vegas at the T-Mobile Arena, believes that most pundits expected him to be knocked out by Golovkin but got shocked at the results.

This has prompted him to work on his Knockout techniques as he is training for the fight of his life. He plans on clearing doubts and cementing his legacy in the middleweight division.

Speaking to ESPN he said "And everyone already knows what happened. I made my fight and I think I won it but at the end the judges saw it as a draw. For that reason this second fight will be more interesting, more important," said Canelo to ESPN Deportes.
"This time the judges will not have to decide the result with their scores ... I'm going to win my fight by knockout ... I'll be ready to win that way," Canelo argued.

"I will be in my best shape. I'm going to have a great fight and I'm confident of winning. And I know that this will be a more interesting fight and that people will enjoy it better than the first," Canelo said.
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