‘Rematch clause?’ says Team Golovkin with a rhetorical smile. ‘We won’t need no rematch clause.’
The Kazakh KO king has no condition in his contract for a second fight in case he were to lose to Saul Alvarez in the middleweight classic for which the boxing world has been waiting three years.
The Mexican, nicknamed Canelo, and his connections have insisted upon that precautionary paragraph, since Triple G is in the habit of flattening all-comers.
Golovkin has knocked out 33 of his 37 opponents in a brutal, undefeated career during which he has amalgamated all but one of the world middleweight titles.
He predicts that Alvarez will meet the same fate ‘perhaps as early as the first round’ in the T-Mobile Arena here on Saturday night, warning his A-list challenger:
‘There are no survivors of my fights.’
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