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Save the date, boxing fans. The long-awaited Álvarez vs. Golovkin fight is coming up on September 16, 2017. While the event’s boxing card features some promising names, the whole fuss is about one special matchup.


Mexican superstar Saúl ‘Canelo’ Álvarez and Kazakh destroyer Gennady ‘GGG’ Golovkin will confront each other for the unified title of the WBA, WBC, IBF, Ring magazine, and lineal middleweight champion. The fight will take place at T-Mobile arena, Las Vegas, this Saturday, 8 PM ET.

Although the earlier Mayweather vs. McGregor fight overshadowed the sport for months, this upcoming championship bout has far wider implications for boxing. Álvarez and Golovkin are two middleweight beasts at the highlight of their powers, and the winner will surely feel he merits the title of the pound-for-pound king.

Kazakhstan’s Golovkin, who has an unsurpassed professional record with 37 wins and 33 knockouts, will put his middleweight titles on the line against Álvarez, whose only loss came against Floyd Mayweather. Who will be the one to leave the arena with all the champion’s belts? You can watch Álvarez vs. Golovkin live (pay-per-view) on Sling TV (US). Away from the country? Get NordVPN and stream sports from anywhere on Earth – well, except Antarctica.

Canelo Vs. GGG. What’s the story?

Álvarez and Golovkin are two of the most feared fighters on Earth. Between them they have achieved 86 victories in 88 encounters, losing only once and amassing a chilling 67 knockouts along the way. This Saturday, Kazakhstan’s Golovkin will defend his middleweight titles against Álvarez, the most prominent boxing name in Mexico.

Golovkin owns the middleweight division and felt no need to jump into different divisions to make money or his name. Canelo, on the other hand, has used his ability to gain and shift massive amounts of weight to his advantage. He has triumphed at welter, light middle and middle and is rumored to be able to build up as much as 20lbs between the final weigh-in and first bell, making any mention of their weights now seem futile.

In May 2016, Canelo ceded his WBC middleweight title to GGG voluntarily, vacating the belt after saying no to the WBC’s demands – he was accused of ducking the fearsome puncher. Now he’s coming back to prove he fears no man.

On Saturday, the measure of skill necessary to take the honors is rare indeed, and thankfully both are equal to the task: countering, taking risks and at the same time staying close safely. Clash of the Decade, a genuine fifty-fifty fight, two men at their peaks, a match second to none – take your pick of glowing descriptions because the Saturday night will be special.