Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez beat Gennady Golovkin by unanimous decision in the pair’s third and final meeting in Las Vegas at the T-Mobile Arena
Two judges scored it 115-113, while a third judge turned in a 116-112 tally for Alvarez.
After the final bell, and 36 rounds together, they shared a long embrace, apparently ending a feud that grew personal over the years.
Owner of the WBC, WBA, WBO belts, Alvarez also won the IBF belt and became the first “Undisputed” Super Middleweight Champion in world boxing history. In boxing history, there are only four names who have achieved this in all weight categories: Bernard Hopkins, Jermain Taylor, Terence Crawford and Oleksandr Usyk. Alvarez, who played 60 games during his professional career and left the ring happily in 57, only suffered only one defeat.
Meanwhile, 27-year-old Kazakh boxer, Ali Akhmedov who showed a performance before the match night, he defeated his American opponent, Gabriel Rosado with 26-15-1, 15 KOs.