CANELO AL­VAREZ vs GEN­NADY GOLOVKIN II

Boxing News - - Opinion -

Who wins a su­per­fight re­match be­tween th­ese two mid­dleweight mar­vels?

DAN UNSWORTH

If Canelo stays at 160lbs for a few fights and gets used to the weight, he could take a de­ci­sion. He lacked stamina due to mov­ing up, but once that’s rec­ti­fied I think he’ll be a lot more active in the mid­dle rounds. I’m not con­vinced by Golovkin, in the sense that I don’t think he’s the most adapt­able or in­tel­li­gent fighter out there.

SHAWN LANG­DON

Canelo will have him fig­ured out. “GGG” landed more, but his strikes weren’t nearly as ef­fec­tive as Canelo’s. I un­der­stand he out­landed Canelo and con­trolled the range, but when Canelo re­turned fire, Golovkin was back­ing off. Canelo wasn’t fazed for the most part.

RAY­MOND MICHAEL RAMOS

“GGG”. He is the bet­ter pure boxer. He also has bet­ter ring in­tel­li­gence. He de­served to win the first fight, and I be­lieve he would dom­i­nate the sec­ond fight much more eas­ily.

NIKOLA SPASOJEVIC

“GGG” knocks him out this time. He won’t let it go to the judges. Canelo won’t last longer than eight rounds.

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