FFive weeks before the expected bout between the undisputed super middleweight champion Saul “Canelo” Alvarez (57-2-2) and Gennady Golovkin (42-1-1) and the Mexican boxer continues to brag that he will arrive at the best moment on September 17 and that he is even stronger than in the May fight against the Russian. Dmitry Bivolwhich brought him the second defeat in his career.
In an interview with the EFE news agency, the fighter from Guadalajara said that before his September date at the tournament T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on September 17, he is even stronger than in the May fight against the Russian fighter Dmitry Bivol:
Canelo Alvarez, the wounded beast
“Now I’m more dangerous, that’s who I am (ah wounded animal); I’m training 100%, excited and hungry to win,” said Canelo Alvarez.
Similarly, Alvarez stated that he would seek his 40th victory without recourse to the decision of the judges.
“My goal is to finish by knockout, I want to win before 12 rounds and hopefully I will be given that opportunity,” Alvarez said. “I like to respect my opponents, but if they respect me, otherwise not. I’m bothered by so many things he said and keeps saying when he’s not in front of me.”
Preparing fully for the third fight with Golovkin
Canelo said that teaching method In front of Golovkin on this occasion, 10 kilometers of jogging three times a week to increase his physical capabilities, an exercise bike and sparring with sparring partners are provided.
“I am preparing for the best Golovkin; he’s a smart fighter who hits hard and it’s hard to connect with him, but I know him, I know what I have to do and we will succeed,” Canelo Alvarez said.
He also said that he takes care of his diet with a white meat based diet, although in his visits Guadalajara he really tastes mexican food.
Before Golovkin, Canelo had a balance between a draw in September 2017 and a win a year later, both results are highly debatable.
From my side, YYY described the Mexican as insecure, far from the best and in need of growth after his unexpected loss to Dmitry Bivol. His record is 42 wins with one failure and one draw against the Mexican fighter.