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Canelo Alvarez vs. Gennady Golovkin 3: Round-by-round analysis of trilogy fight

NEVADA Following 24 rounds of unbending combat and an agonizing four-year await a decisive conclusion, Canelo Alvarez and Gennady Golovkinenter the ringSaturday night because of their anticipated trilogy bout for several four super-middleweight belts.

Mexicos Alvarez, 32, a four-division champion seeking torally from the May lossby decision to Russias unbeaten light-heavyweight champion Dmitry Bivol that marked his first defeat in nine years, says hes pursuing a knockout to close this series along with his bitter rival.

The 40-year-old Golovkin, who still reigns as a two-belt middleweight champion, still fumes on the2017 drawand2018 majority decision losswith Alvarez, saying this week he absolutely, 100 percent believes he won both bouts.

That rich incentive to take the bout out from the judges hands leads many to take a position this is a ferocious clash from the initial bell at T-Mobile Arena.

Here’s the way the fight played right out of the perspective of USA TODAY Sports’ Lance Pugmire.

Round 1

Who won the round?:

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