Nacho Beristain: Triple G might KO Canelo Alvarez

Coach Nacho Beristain is picking Gennady "GGG" Golovkin to knockout Saul "Canelo" Alvarez in their battle on September 16. Beristain says that if Canelo (49-1-1, 34 KOs) battles in a similar way that he as of late did in his prevail upon Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. a month ago on May 6, at that point Golovkin will beat him, since he's missing something from his amusement in the guarded side of his diversion.

Canelo won the battle against a thin and feeble looking Chavez Jr. by a 12 round consistent choice. It wasn't a nearby battle. Canelo won every one of the 12 rounds. Be that as it may, when Chavez Jr. threw shots, he was associating. The issue was, Chavez Jr. was so weight depleted from burning off a great deal of weight to get down to the 164 ½ pound get a weight for the battle.

Chavez Jr. didn't have the quality to hurt Canelo, in light of the fact that he had begun preparing camp at 215 pounds. Chavez Jr. lost 51 lbs. amid preparing camp to get to his say something weight of 164. At the point when a contender is compelled to lose that much weight amid a preparation camp, their odds of winning are thin, particularly on the off chance that they're confronting a decent warrior. Canelo beat Chavez Jr. on the weight without doing quite a bit of anything inside the ring on the night. Chavez Jr. looked physically sick amid the battle.

"The main thing I can state is if Canelo battles like his did against Julio, I think Golovkin wins since he leaves a little to be wanted," said Beristain to Fighthub.com. "He's an incredible hostile contender however he's missing protectively."

You need to regard what Beristain is stating in light of the fact that he knows boxing. He's seen enough of Golovkin and Canelo's battles to know will identify the one that will be winning their battle. Canelo's absence of size and power will be his defeat in this battle. Canelo doesn't have the instruments to beat Golovkin. Brilliant Boy tries to even things out additional by enduring Golovkin until the point when he was 35 and returning off of two to back unremarkable exhibitions, yet they've misconceived him.