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Everyone in the boxing world has an opinion about this weekends blockbuster fight that is Gennady Golovkin versus Canelo Alvarez.

The majority are picking Golovkin to win the fight but there are people who have strong faith in the Mexican superstar. One of such is Golovkin’s former opponent, Kell Brook, who lost to the Kazakh in 2016 via technical knockout.

In an interview with Sky Sports, Brook explained why he thinks Alvarez can win and also explained why Golovkin is fading away from his prime. 

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