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The most anticipated fight in recent middleweight history ended in a draw. Gennady Golovkin started slow and Canelo Alvarez controlled the early rounds, but the Kazakh freight train eventually got into the fight.

“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.

Golovkin started with strong jabs and made Canelo move around the ring. Alvarez countered with good body shots and punches to the head. An even round from both fighters. Golovkin more powerful, Alvarez more quicker. 

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