Whicker on GGG-Canelo fight: Circus show moved on, GGG vs. Canelo is rising

Whicker remarked, "fight Circus show moved on, GGG vs. Canelo is rising."

You got to prepare the way for the circus and dispatch the entertainers.

The fight with Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor was loved by millions of casual boxing fans and few more boxing purist. But people also liked to see the weirdness inside of the circus.

September 16, a night filled with a live action circus and farce. Mayweather-McGregor was still great, it never disappoints the people, but there’s greater than that, the fight of the year that will determine the best boxer in the middleweight class, maybe the best boxer in the world itself.

Mayweather knocked the “Notorious” out in the 10th round of their fight, gave the illusion of the fight fans never seen before, from the start until the end of the fight.

People who are saying Conor achieved something is quite confusing. He fought Mayweather who hadn’t fought for almost 2 years, and already a 40-year-old and haven’t knocked out his past few opponents. McGregor is a great fighter but he’s not on the same level as Michael Jordan in AA.

As Gennady Golovkin said of Conor McGregor, “He is a fighter, not a boxer.” He dismissively waived he’s showing he’s disappointment to Conor, as he watched Miguel Cotto card on HBO instead.

Gennady Golovkin is now tired on other people’s fire.

Despite the perfect record of GGG with the record of 37-0 with 33 knockouts, he’s never fought in Las Vegas. Meanwhile, Canelo has been very famous. His win over Julio Cesar Chavez Jr., another fight that attracts a lot of fans for the PPV hits.

As Golovkin remarked, “He’s stronger that he used to be, he’s bigger, and he has more experience. He’s the biggest name in pay per view.”

Canelo Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin will fight on September 16 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Mayweather versus McGregor: The best abuse and minutes up until this point

On Aug. 26, the greatest and most polarising battle in boxing history will occur.

Following two years of buildup, boxing legend Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor will venture in the ring. A great many people anticipate that it will be a disproportionate undertaking. Be that as it may, in some ways, the battle between the two has officially demonstrated its value.

These are two of the best waste talkers ever. The paved the way to the battle has highlighted a few huge minutes from both warriors and those in the boxing group.

This is what we've adored up until this point.

So it starts…

While on the "Conan O'Brien Show" amid the late spring of 2015, McGregor reacts to an inquiry inquiring as to whether he'd ever battle Mayweather:

"In case you're requesting that would I like battle Floyd Mayweather…I mean, who might not want to move around the ring for $180 million?"

Mayweather's publication

Adding fuel to the gossipy tidbits about a potential super fight, Mayweather posts a publication for the battle via web-based networking media.

Sunday Conversation

Half a month in the wake of making the publication, McGregor took things to another level amid an ESPN Sunday Conversation in which he strongly expressed that Floyd Mayweather required him, not the different way, enormous payday.

McGregor's blurb

McGregor and Mayweather have been building the buildup for this battle even before it was a certain thing. So McGregor's group made its own blurb touting MMA versus Boxing.

Sunday Conversation

Fourteen days in the wake of making the publication, McGregor took things to another level amid an ESPN Sunday Conversation in which he strongly expressed that Floyd Mayweather required him, not the different way, huge payday.

$100 million man

In late 2016, McGregor requested a payday of $100 million for a battle with Mayweather. The boxing legend's counter offer was humorous – $15 million and a cut of the compensation per-see cash. Obviously, whatever is left of us would take a small amount of that.

Mayweather ridicules McGregor's total assets

As Jay-Z stated, "Men lie. Ladies lie. Number don't."

iPhone FaceTime

Mayweather FaceTime's McGregor's UFC match Nate Diaz and reveals to him that he'll complete what Diaz began by overcoming McGregor.

"Minimal punk"

Possibly it's the main sign that McGregor is getting under Mayweather's skin, as the boxing legend goes on a kept running before the media calling McGregor, in addition to other things, "somewhat punk."

Oscar De La Hoya

Previous champ and current boxing promoter Oscar De La Hoya compose an open letter to fans about how terrible a Mayweather/McGregor battle would be for boxing. UFC president Dana White reacted to De La Hoya's feedback by guaranteeing it was desire, as De La Hoya beforehand needed McGregor to battle his contender Canelo Alvarez.

"Sign the paper."

Mayweather gets before the camera once more, this opportunity to uncover that an agreement has been sent to McGregor and he should simply sign it.

"I am boxing!"

McGregor goes to a fight and a short time later shouts to the group and media, "I am boxing!"

"Sign on your end…"

McGregor takes to web-based social networking to flaunt his boxing preparing after he has marked the agreement for the battle. Presently it's Mayweather's swing to consent to terms.

The Mural

McGregor flaunts a wall painting in his exercise centre, demonstrating the Irish contender punching Mayweather in the face with a left snare.

Boxing facility

Mayweather posts a video of himself preparing and the incredible speed that is made him one of the unequalled greats. Fans start to think about whether McGregor genuinely has a shot.

McGregor has his own particular preparing video

As a solution to Mayweather's speed, McGregor flaunts his energy in another preparation video.

Floyd Mayweather Sr.

McGregor reports the battle in his own specific manner, taunting Mayweather's age by posting a photograph of the boxing champ's dad.

Sponsorship includes some major disadvantages

ESPN reports that it will cost a brand $10 million to be the title backer for Mayweather versus McGregor.