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A Win Over Golovkin Enough To Cement Alvarez's Legacy
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13 Sep 2017 05:14 PM EST

This Saturday, when Saul "Canelo" Alvarez steps into the ring against Genady "Triple G" Golovkin, he has a chance to silence any doubts that have been cast over his abilities in his meteoric rise to the top of the sport. Turning professional at only 15 years-old, Alvarez has accumulated an impressive record of forty-nine wins, with 34 of those wins coming by way of knockout. The only blemishes on his record are a draw from early in his career, and a single loss at the hands of Floyd Mayweather, arguably the greatest fighter of his generation. Despite his impressive record, and wins over the likes of Miguel Cotto and Amir Khan, Alvarez appears to enter the fight on Saturday on the precipice of greatness, with a win against the feared Golovkin enough to cement his legacy.

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