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Gennady Golovkin (KAZ – 38-0-1) – Canelo Alvarez (MEX 49-1-2)
September 15, Las Vegas: It’s the long-awaited rematch. Already in September of last year, the two superstars Golovkin and Alvarez fought against each other and paid nothing. After twelve rounds, the referees decided on a – quite controversial – draw. Most experts considered Golovkin the better of the two boxers.
Now follows the new edition, which is expected with no less tension. And Alvarez is optimistic, saying: “My team and I know that Golovkin will not change his style, he will box exactly the same style he always does – in forwarding gear, maybe he will try to make some adjustments, but if it goes around the ring properly, then it will fall back into old patterns. ”
If the Mexican is right or Golovkin can bring some surprise moments into the fight, then you will see in the T-Mobile Arena.
Anthony Joshua (GBR – 21-0-0) – Alexander Povetkin (RUS – 34-1-0)
September 22, London: Joshua will dutifully defend his WBA Super Champion title and will be allowed to compete at Wembley Stadium in April 2017, as in the legendary battle against Wladimir Klitschko in April 2017. Originally it was planned that Brite dueling with the fists of Dental Wilder, but the planned fight does not take place.
But even with Povetkin Joshua gets to deal with a dangerous opponent. The “only” 1.88-meter heavyweight shines with a fine technique and power – the latter was last to feel David Price, sent by Wilder on the boards.
“I can not wait to get back in the ring, Povetkin is a serious opponent, and I will prepare myself carefully,” says favorite Joshua, aware of the dangers of his Russian counterpart: “He has many years of experience and would only be an idiot Underestimate what he can do. ”
Manuel Charr (SYR – 31-4-0) – Fred Oquendo (USA – 37-8-0)
September 29, Cologne: While Joshua is the WBA Superchampion, Charr secured the “regular” WBA heavyweight title last November. Now he defends his belt against Oquendo.
Actually, the fight should rise in early May in Chicago. Because the native Puerto Rican, however, could not prove the required 600.00 dollars, the duel now takes place in Cologne.