IBF welterweight champion Errol Spence is truly anticipating the greatest battle in the middleweight division and as of now the greatest battle in boxing, when IBF, IBO, WBC, WBA title holder Gennady Golovkin (37-0, 33 KOs) will safeguard his belts against Mexican whiz Saul "Canelo" Alvarez (49-1-1, 34 KOs).
Following two years of buildup, they will crash in the headliner of an HBO Pay-Per-View occasion on September sixteenth at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
The challenge will be the first for Canelo against Golovkin at the full middleweight utmost of 160-pounds.
Spence caught the IBF title with an eleven round stoppage prevail upon Kell Brook back in May.
Coming into that battle, Brook was falling off a five round TKO misfortune on account of Golovkin. For that challenge, Brook climbed by two full weight divisions. Preceding enduring a cracked right orbital bone, which in the long run prompted his corner ceasing the battle in the fifth round, Brook gave Golovkin a few fits with his hand speed and fast mixes that were landing appropriate on the catch.
Rivulet was not sufficiently enormous to truly hurt Golovkin, but rather Canelo is more than sufficiently huge.
Golovkin is accustomed to applying the weight and separating his adversaries, round by round, until the point that they disintegrate. Be that as it may, Spence trusts the inverse will happen when GGG crashes into Canelo.
The previous Olympian trusts Canelo will be too quick, excessively dynamic and will turn the tables on GGG by outworking him to secure a profession characterizing triumph.
"I'm going for Canelo. I think Canelo is quicker. I think on a very basic level he tosses more punches, despite the fact that they are in spurts, he tosses punches from various points. He just releases his hands more than Triple G. I feel like Triple G tosses just a single shot at any given moment. I feel like Canelo will press the issue and win," Spence told BoxingScene.com.