August 29, 2017 Jessica Lowe 0Comment

Floyd Mayweather Jr's. up and coming session with Conor McGregor not long from now will probably break pay-per-see records since individuals need to perceive how a blended combative techniques (MMA) striker will charge against an incredible boxer under boxing rules. It's a fascinating battle that will get a ton of predominant press scope, yet to box idealists, the greatest battle of the year is going on one month from now. 

“Canelo” Alvarez and Gennady “GGG” Golovkin are set to meet in the ring on Sept. 16, 2017, at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, and battle fans can hardly wait to see two of the best pound-for-pound warriors on the planet today crash in this middleweight title unification battle. 

Álvarez's Ring Magazine middleweight belt is up for gets in this session while Golovkin will put his World Boxing Council (WBC) World Boxing Association (WBA), and International Boxing Federation (IBF) and middleweight belts on hold. 

The victor will turn into the undisputed middleweight champion of the world. In any case, ESPN's Dan Rafael has as of late revealed that Álvarez is not intrigued by battling for Golovkin's WBC belt in light of his combative association with the endorsing association. On the off chance that Álvarez wins, the WBC belt will wind up plainly empty. 

"I am extremely glad to be battling for these vital titles in this battle. This will be the best boxing occasion of the year, and I know the majority of the fans from Mexico and past will turn out and appreciate the battle as I shield my lineal and Ring magazine titles and bring home the WBA and IBF titles," Álvarez stated, by means of ESPN. 

Regardless, this is a standout amongst the most expected sessions as of late and tickets are as of now sold out. Battle fans can watch the battle on HBO pay-per-see on Sept. 16, 2017. 

"Fans love this matchup. It's not just the two best warriors in their division battling each other in their prime, yet in addition two of the most attractive contenders in the game," said Tom Loeffler, Golovkin's promoter, by means of ESPN.