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Gennady Golovkin did say he may end up having a trilogy of fights with Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez and a rematch looks certain after the biggest middleweight fight for more than a decade ago ended up as a draw in Las Vegas.  

‘Canelo’ did box beautifully for spells, but Golovkin appeared to do more in more rounds – he landed more punches in 10 of the 12 sessions according to Compubox – and Boxing Social had him a couple of rounds up at the end.

Inexplicably, Adelaide Byrd, a judge with a history of misreading fights, had Canelo winning 118-110, while Dave Morretti had Golovkin ahead 115-113 and Don Trella couldn’t separate them at 114-114.

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