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13 September 2017, 03:47 | Charlene Valdez
Golden Boy Promotions
In terms of the size of the challenge and the performance, many will look back at this fight as one of the defining night in the career of GGG.
"I can assure you that I will do my part and I will do my best to give you all a lovely fight".
Reverting to plan B, Lemieux started trying to walk down Golovkin in the middle rounds which lead to a similar lack of success in finding the gaps in Golovkin's defence. There is some truth to this: Canelo has undoubtedly impressed with a slew of sickening knockouts, firmly establishing himself as one of the sport's genuinely elite fighters; on the other hand, the seemingly invincible Golovkin has shown glimpses of fallibility against Kell Brook (barely) and Daniel Jacobs (more significantly).
Although Alvarez, 27, and Golovkin, 35, who is from Kazakhstan and lives in Santa Monica, California, both have outstanding power, Khan said he thinks the fight will go the 12-round distance.
Golovkin who preaches to the public that he is the real "Mexican Style" fighter because he brings the fight and never takes a backwards step, smiled to the crowd promising to give the fans an action packed event. It's regular. I just need my ring.
Alvarez said: 'I'm excited and happy that the fight is nearly here. I'm ready, and you know what you'll get from me. And Canelo, he's a very special guy.
'I believe the middleweight division will come back.
"I want to win this fight because for me this win will be like a history fight, like Leonard vs. Hagler. Especially for me, it's huge", said Golovkin. The story - in the middleweight division, it's a long story.
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