Oscar De La Hoya unveils conversations for Saul & Canino & # 39; Alvarez versus Gennady Golovkin trilogy
Oscar De La Hoya reveals that he is in & # 39; preparatory conversations & # 39; is for Saul & # 39; Canelo & # 39; Alvarez versus Gennady Golovkin trilogy fight at Cinco de Mayo
- Saul & Canino & # 39; Alvarez is possibly leading against his rivals Gennady Golovkin
- Oscar De La Hoya of Golden Boy Promotions has revealed that he is in conversation
- A blockbuster showdown will be discussed at Cinco de Mayo
- After controversy in previous fights, a trilogy match is seen as the decision maker
Danny Gallagher for Mailonline
Saul & Canino & # 39; Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin are ready to take a step back in the ring for a long-awaited trilogy confrontation after revealed conversations were under way.
Oscar De La Hoya, of Golden Boy Promotions, admitted discussions develop between the parties to arrange the boxing game.
A blockbuster clash is dedicated to Cinco de Mayo, Sunday 5 May, due to the popularity on the boxing calendar in Las Vegas.
Bitter rivals Saul & Canino & # 39; Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin are ready to take a step back in the ring
& # 39; Canelo Alvarez fights two to three times this year and is fighting against the very best. Last night I had preliminary discussions with the people of Golovkin. So we threw it over the fight for the third time, "De La Hoya told ESPN Houston, as report boxing news24.
Cinco de Mayo is the biggest week in boxing in Las Vegas. So we start talking.
Mexico came victorious in the last controversial period between the two titans
Oscar De La Hoya says that Golden Boy Promotions is talking about the trilogy at Cinco de Mayo
& # 39; Canelo is open to everything. Canelo is a hunter who wants to fight against everyone to be great, so a third fight is a possibility.
& # 39; We start discussions and we will see where it comes from & # 39 ;, he added.
Canelo and Golovkin met for the last time in the ring in September 2018, when the former claimed the WBC and WBA world middleweight titles by inflicting a first career defeat on their opponent.
The Mexican claimed a frantic final round on two of the three scorecards that was crucial in preventing a repetition of the draw both men shared 364 days earlier at the same location of the T-Mobile Arena.
In that victorious fight, Canelo fought for the first time since he had served a six-month drug ban, and Golovkin left the ring without a single interview.