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Golovkin– Putting All His Title On The Line

Everyone in the boxing industry and its fans are eyeing on the most anticipated fight this year to happen the Canelo vs GGG mega fight that is going to take place at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on the 16th of September. Gennady Golovkin who has been undefeated in the middleweight division will be defending all of his titles against challenger and Mexican fighter Canelo Alvarez, however, he will not be trying to win all of Golovkin’s belts.

There have been separate statements on different camps on their opinions about the titles that they will be defending and or winning. Spotlights are on Golovkin and Canelo about such matter however they have different sentiments about it. Golovkin will be defending all of his titles in the middleweight class as he right now has all the title that Canelo will be acquiring if ever he reigns victor in the ring. With Golovkin having a remarkable professional record of 37-0 with 33 knockouts for the record seems to be not in a pressure to let go his belt, and that is if Canelo is successful.

Canelo Alvarez has his chance as well last year in acquiring the WBC belt but left it vacated when it was awarded to Golovkin unfortunately. Canelo missed the chance of such title way back and for that matter, he promised not to fight Golovkin in the ring; which for the most fans thought as a controversy and wondered why so. During some of Canelo’s interview as well, he mentioned that the WBC title left him ill-fated memories about it and will not be interested in the title. Moving on, if Canelo wins over Golovkin, the WBC title will be left vacant and who knows who will be the rightful fighter to own the title and carry on with it like a champion.

How Conor McGregor Turned a Blatant Publicity Stunt Into a $100 Million Fight With Floyd Mayweather

Back in mid-2015, Conor McGregor appeared as though a standout amongst the most encouraging youthful warriors in the whole UFC. He hadn't occupied with his epic fights with Chad Mendes, José Aldo, or Nate Diaz yet. In any case, he was riding high on a January 2015 prevail upon Dennis Siver at UFC Fight Night 59 that made him an impeccable 5-0 in his UFC vocation and 17-2 generally as an MMA contender.

McGregor was likewise becoming well known as one of the boldest and brashest contenders in the UFC. Following his TKO prevail upon Siver—his third TKO win consecutively—he hopped out of the Octagon to stand up to Aldo, who was sitting in one of an initial couple of lines to watch the battle. McGregor insulted Aldo and tested him to a battle, and he punctuated the minute by going off on Siver and Aldo amid his post-battle meet with Joe Rogan:

Be that as it may, in spite of his over-the-top jokes, McGregor was all the while battling to prevail upon those individuals who weren't really diehard UFC aficionados. To attempt and place this into the best possible point of view, we were certainly covering UFC contenders like Jon Jones, Anderson Silva, and, obviously, Ronda Rousey at the time. Be that as it may, starting at mid-2015, McGregor wasn't generally on our radar. We hadn't done a solitary article on McGregor by then. He was still, from various perspectives, a best in class contender hoping to make division amongst himself and the greater part of the other youthful warriors who were attempting to do likewise in those days.

That all changed in April 2015. Soon after he peppered Siver with punches to procure another great UFC triumph, McGregor sat down with Esquire for what might be one of the main long element stories expounded on him that year. What's more, McGregor benefited as much as possible from his chance by making a standout amongst the most brassy explanations of his vocation amid his meeting with Esquire.

Through the rest of 2015, McGregor and Mayweather proceeded with their different ways. McGregor crushed Chad Mendes by TKO at UFC 189 in July 2015 preceding beating José Aldo in staggering style at UFC 194 in December 2015 in only 13 seconds.

In any case, we learn about constrained to point that McGregor is just around four years expelled from participating in his first UFC battle. He's just around three years expelled from winning his first "Execution of the Night" grant following a UFC battle. Also, he's just around two years expelled from making a senseless proposal about what might happen in the event that he at any point battled Mayweather amid a meeting that occurred before he even won his first UFC title.

But, here we are, on the very edge of watching McGregor procure what will be one of the greatest paydays at any point gathered by an expert warrior. There were the individuals who chuckled at him when he made his underlying remarks about battling Mayweather and also the individuals who giggled at him up and down the route as he fought that his battle with Mayweather would happen. Yet, who's chuckling now? It resembles he knew this would happen from the beginning.