Gennady Golovkin vs Canelo Álvarez II

Canelo Alvarez vs. Gennady Golovkin II – a boxing match between Canelo Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin, which will be held September 15, 2018 at the T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Nevada.

The fight will initially take place on May 5, 2018, but in March 2018, two months before the fight, Alvarez was tested on clenbuterol and was removed by the Nevada Athletic Commission for six months. Alvarez officially withdrew from the fight, but he revised revenge, which took place in September after the suspension.

The first two averages in the world met in September and competed in high-quality competitions and entertainment, culminating in a controversial draw after 12 full rounds. Nevertheless, experts and supporters that the two hunters understood that he had won was not so much the result of a draw that caused much controversy, but rather a result of 118-110 in favor of Judge Canelo Adelaide. Byrda, which contrasts strongly with the information advice of Dave Moretti (115-113 and 114-114) Don Trela.

Immediately after the scandalous finale begins negotiations between Alvarez and Golovkin. Alvarez said that he will fight in May 2018, and Golovkin was ready to fight in December 2017. ESPN said that Alvarez, who had only a vengeance clause, will begin three weeks. September 19, President Eric Gomez, Golden Boy Promotions, told ESPN that everyone is interested in revenge and in the coming days will consult Tom Lofer. [5] Ring pointed out that the talks will begin on 22 September. On September 24 Gomez said that revenge is likely to take place in the first week of May 2018, or if the agreement is resolved, we will see that the battle will take place in March.

Despite constant reciprocal negotiations, the CMB officially announced its revenge on October 2 during the 55th Annual Congress in Baku, Azerbaijan. Golden Boy President Eric Gomez told ESPN: “Regardless of whether they ordered revenge or not, we will try to implement it, we will do everything possible to make it happen.” November 7, Eric Gomez said that the negotiations are going well, and Alvarez will decide to take revenge in the coming weeks. It was believed that the Golden Boy will wait until David Lemieux and Billy Joe Saunders will not compete for the WBO title on December 16, 2017, before they make a decision. [10] asked for possible revenge between Golovkin and Jacobs, as rematch – Alvarez Golovkin was not realized on November 15, said Eddie Hearn, promoter Daniel Jacobs that Tom Leffler.

On December 20, Eric Gomez announced that the negotiations were almost over after Alvarez agreed to enter into contracts with Golden Boy. January 29, 2018 HBO announced that revenge will be held May 5 at the weekend in Cinco de Mayo. Both players said that this time the judges will not be needed, and both promise to hit the second knockout. The venue was not confirmed until February 22, Madison Square Garden in New York was on track to organize the event, but in the end, it was decided that the script would be the same as the first meeting of the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. According to WBC Alvarez, unlike the first meeting, he will fight for his title.

The fate of revenge was threatened on March 5, 2018. When Alvarez received two random urine tests collected on 17 and 20 February about a prohibited substance, clenbuterol. [20] CNA initiated the investigation, and Alvarez was temporarily suspended on March 23, 2018, pending a hearing on April 10. At the hearing, Alvarez faced the possibility of a suspension of up to one year. Leffler said that Golovkin planned to fight on May 5, regardless of his opponent. Demetrius Andrade, a former two-time middleweight champion, made combat supplies and Alvarez a long time ago, as Sergiy Derevyanchenko, one of the rivals of the IBF.

The next day, CNA chief Bob Bennett filed a formal complaint against Alvarez, who postponed the disciplinary hearing at the next monthly meeting of the Commission on April 18. Writer, Dan Raphael, said the delay meant that there was no certainty that the fight would not last, although T-Mobile Arena announced the day before.

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