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Kudryashov: Golovkin fought well with Alvarez, but age outweighs

MOSCOW, September 18 – RIA Novosti, Oleg Bogatov. Kazakhstan representative Gennady Golovkin had a good title fight with the holder of the World Boxing Association (WBA Super), World Boxing Organization (WBO), World Boxing Council (WBC) and World Boxing Council (WBC) championship belts. Saul Alvarez of Mexico, the second middleweight division of the International Boxing Federation (IBF), but the age difference affected the final result, Russian heavyweight Dmitry Kudryashov told RIA Novosti.

The third fight between 40-year-old Golovkin and 32-year-old Alvarez took place in Las Vegas (USA) and ended with the victory of the Mexicans by unanimous decision. It was the first fight of the representative of Kazakhstan in this weight category. Earlier, the boxers fought in 2017 and 2018 (draw and Alvarez won by decision).

Kudryashov said, “We were all waiting for a fight that would justify Gennady’s finally revealing that he wanted to finish this trilogy. Alvarez also mentioned that. But actually, we saw a risk-free fight. I’m glad. At age 40, Gena finally managed to add it up and it seems to me that Alvarez is back with his vegan diet. he went too far, this does not add strength and power to him.I said before the fight, then everything, age hurts. Gena showed himself well, we watched the whole fight and also managed to shoot the end. But honestly, I thought Canelo would be more dangerous. He won with a weak win.”

“Of course there was tension, because Gennady is a man with a powerful blow,” the expert stressed. “And Alvarez can fly at any moment. But I would love to see real Mexican boxing from the Mexicans. He’s a fan and I totally understand that and why he’s in the ring. The tension didn’t allow either one or the second to fully emerge. But I still want a bright ending to the trilogy. Alvarez somehow grayed out, he can’t say Canelo showed a high class in the third fight. Yes, he did, but quietly, no noise.”

Alvarez has defended the WBA (Super), WBC, IBF and WBO super middleweight belts, the Mexican has 58 wins (39 KOs) with two losses and two draws. Golovkin holds the WBA Super middleweight title. Due to 42 fights won (37 knockouts), two losses and a draw.

Source: Ria

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