World Boxing Association Middleweight Super Champion Gennady Golovkin and challenger Saul Alvarez arrived at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, where they will stay this week for Saturday’s grand fight at the T-Mobile Arena.
In Sin City, the only thing on people’s minds is the clash between the Kazakh and the Mexican, which promises to be the best of the year and looks very even on paper. With a boxing ring decorating the atmosphere and several mariachis playing Mexican music, the fighters arrived and were met with cameras and journalists. They found time to sign shirts, caps, among other items, to the fans and to share with those who, faithfully, awaited their arrival.
Both fighters fine-tune the last details before the match. This Wednesday they will carry out their open workout, in which they will demonstrate their physical condition and offer personal statements about the bout.
“GGG” and “Canelo” have seized the attention of the boxing world with this fight. Golovkin has a record of 37 wins, no loss and 33 knockouts. Alvarez has a balance of 49 wins, 1 loss, 1 draw and 34 knockouts.