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The fight wasn’t a memorable one and Saunders admitted that he felt a bit rusty and needed to shake off the cobwebs.

After the bout, everyone’s attention was on Golovkin-Canelo. Had ‘GGG’ won, it would have been Saunders next in line most likely. But the draw result certainly mixed things up a bit.

Saunders did mention another possible name that he would like to fight.

Amir Khan.

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