Triple G feels the only reason the fight is happening is because he struggled in his last bout against Daniel Jacobs, whom he proudly calls the second best middle weight in the world.
Mexican Canelo is the crowd favorite and is looking to prise the undisputed title from long-time Kazakh champ Golovkin, feared the world over for his disproportionately solid punching power, in a matchup being touted as the 'fight of the decade'.
Canelo could win by out-boxing him but I just can't see that happening. Take your pick then scroll down to start the debate.
"I think it's gonna be a great‚ exciting and competitive fight‚" said Ndou. He has excelled over the years; his variation, his speed and his youth. everything is going to play big factor on Saturday night.
Both fighters fine-tune the last details before the match. He is a superstar over there in South America and probably been involved in bigger fights than his opponent in terms of viewership and build-ups.
But maybe that is not such a surprise when you consider that Alvarez turned pro at just 15-years-old after running out of amateur opponents while still just a boy. In fact, the recently re-retired Floyd also predicts Canelo will make history when he stops Golovkin, who has supposedly never been knocked down or out as a professional or amateur.
Even though Golovkin hasn't been in as many high-profile fights, the magnitude of this bout will not affect either of them in the slightest. "They would say not this time but maybe after the next fight".
After the spectacle that was Mayweather and McGregor, boxing fans finally get to see two of the best boxers now in the sport going toe-to-toe inside of the ring at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Callum Smith is the only top British one I haven't worked with.
He added: "I am a big middleweight and don't want to give my advantage away, but there is not a super-middleweight that I fear".