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“He has good experience,” commented Golovkin.

“His power was not what I thought it was. It did not surprise me. I won seven or eight rounds easily,” stated Canelo.

“I think I’m still the champion. I did not lose. I won this big drama show,” told Golovkin.

“This is a draw, he didn’t win,” replied Canelo.

Both fighters said that they want a rematch.

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