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Golovkin against Canelo is a truly mouthwatering matchup that gets you pumped up and buzzing thinking of the great middleweight battles of the past, and there have been many,  memories of that amazing battle between Marvin Hagler and Tommy Hearns come flooding back and my heart starts to pound to a faster beat.

What makes this fight so fabulous is there’s a completely divided opinion between the fans, boxers, and analysts of this great sport, it’s a true 50/50 fight with so many tangibles between these two great boxing warriors, and it’s easy to make a solid case for each.

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