The question of who is the bigger name in middleweight boxing will be determined after the boxing bout between Gennady "GGG" Golovkin and Canelo Alvarez which is scheduled to take place this Sunday.
After the two fought to a controversial split decision back in 2017, they were expected to fight again in May this year.
However, due to a positive drug test supposedly triggered by contaminated beef from Mexico, Alvarez was suspended six months and not cleared to fight at that date.
Whilst the suspension, GGG brutalized Vanes Martirosyan on that May date, setting the stage for Sunday's fight.
Not only are GGG's unified WBA (super), WBC and WBO middleweight titles on the line, he and Alvarez will be fighting for the vacant Ring and lineal middleweight titles.
The Fight begins at 12pm this Sunday at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
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