Canelo Alvarez will beat Gennady Golovkin by late round stoppage — Bold Prediction

Canelo Alvarez's physique change hasn't gone unnoticed by Gennady Golovkin

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I'll be setting my alarm to get up in the early hours of Sunday morning to watch! Triple G understands that this is a business and it's all about timing. Alvarez stopped four of his last seven opponents and Golovkin was on a 23-fight knockout streak prior to his unanimous decision win over Daniel Jacobs in March. He debuted at 15 years old, and has fought 12 current or former champions over that span. Golovkin on the other had has fought five current or former champions in his career. I feel like 10 years ago.

Regardless of any of this, Canelo is a different animal to all those previous opponents.

"He's smiling a lot more". With him opening up and throwing his punches in numbers, like he does, it will create chances for Golovkin to strike. More potential cracks appeared in GGG's recent clash with Sheffield-born welterweight Kell Brook, where his notoriously front foot heavy stance left him susceptible to taking big flashy uppercuts to the chin - which are somewhat of a speciality of Canelo.

"For the people who said this fight wasn't going to happen and those who said I am going to get knocked-out, they'll see it on Saturday night". Ironically, Alvarez is now the fighter moving up in weight to challenge the heavier champion. Maybe inside, maybe right now I'm younger than Canelo.

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Alvarez is already a superstar in his native Mexico, the most celebrated boxer in a boxing-mad country.

In the months since that long-awaited announcement was made, both fighters have undoubtedly left no stone unturned and have given their all in their respective training camps for this fight, with motivation surely at an all-time high now that the glory fight, which has been mooted for years, is finally coming to fruition.

The proud Mexican is still tainted by his inability to lay a glove on Floyd Mayweather in the one and only defeat of his 51-fight career. The fight is more important to him.

"We're both going to fight a fight where anybody can win by knockout", Alvarez said. It simply doesn't come into it, they can both handle the pressure.

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It's hard to say, but I am leaning towards Canelo. Callum Smith is the only top British one I haven't worked with.

Yes, McGregor and Floyd Mayweather Jr. captured the nation's attention with a spectacle that played out pretty much how most boxing experts predicted. It will, no doubt, be a big test for Bill but if he comes through it then he deserves a shot at the victor of Canelo v Golovkin. I have a great deal of respect for the sport and for the fans.

"It's incredible to be in Las Vegas". The only reason GGG looked so scary is because fighters feared him, Canelo will not fear him and bully him.

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".

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Styles really do make fights, and these are two fighters with explosive styles.

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