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Canelo vs GGG 3: Gennady Golovkin is facing mission impossible in Las Vegas trilogy bout


As their thrilling 36-minute war drew to a close, Gennady Golovkin jolted Canelo Alvarez’s head back with one lasting uppercut before the final bell chimed in Sin City.

The two great rivals had just put on a classic under the bright lights of Las Vegas’ T-Mobile Arena, exchanging fists relentlessly in an epic sequel to their controversial first encounter. But for Golovkin, there was only one winner.

After initially embracing Canelo at the bell, the Kazakh fighter raised one arm in the air while being held aloft in jubilation by trainer Abel Sanchez, adamant that they had edged this rematch on the scorecards.

Gennady Golovkin's last encounter with Canelo Alvarez was enthralling from start to finish

Gennady Golovkin’s last encounter with Canelo Alvarez was enthralling from start to finish

The pair embraced when it drew to a close, but Golovkin was adamant he had done enough

The pair embraced when it drew to a close, but Golovkin was adamant he had…



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