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.