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“There’s no hard deadline, but at some point we have to confirm other options if it looks like Canelo doesn’t want to get in the ring with GGG again,” Loeffler told Sky Sports.

Loeffler delved into the back and forth between Golden Boy Promotions as they look to satisfy the overwhelming demand from fans to secure a rematch for the Cinco de Mayo holiday “The Canelo rematch is the biggest fight in the sport of boxing and the priority for GGG. I’m in regular contact with Golden Boy to see if we can make the fight that the fans are demanding to see.”

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