Canelo didn’t improve, GGG from the first fight would have destroyed him – Sanchez


Former coach of Gennady Golovkin (42-2-1, 37 KOs) Abel Sanchez looked at his third fight against Saul Alvarez (58-2-2, 37 KOs) this weekend and stated that he does not see any improvement in Canelo after his previous fight against Dmitry Bivol. The coach believes that the 32-year-old Mexican is repetitive and acts predictably, without any variation.

That is, in other words, Alvarez’s chances of winning a rematch with the WBA light heavyweight champion are not very high.

“The same as it was. Canelo took 10 rounds, well, exactly nine,” said Abel
Fight Hub TV about a fight that GGG lost by decision. – Gennady, who fought Canelo in the first fight, would have destroyed Canelo from the third fight. Everything Saul does is the same. Methodically. There are no improvements.”

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Sanchez says that Canelo got hooked at the end of the fight with Bivol, and now deflated at the end of the third fight against GGG.

“What is the reason? He gets tired in the fight with Bivol, he gets tired in this fight, but he did not get tired in the first two fights with Golovkin. Is he running out of steam because he doesn’t spar enough? You are at the highest level. You have to be able to adapt,” Abel said.

Golovkin has revealed at what weight he plans to continue his career, but promoter Hearn has no idea if this is the end of the road or the absolute middleweight?