Mexican whiz Canelo Alvarez has come back to his preparation base of San Diego to open camp for his very foreseen standoff with bound together middleweight title holder Gennady Golovkin.
Alvarez, preparing for the eighth battle in succession in San Diego, will confront Golovkin on Sept. 16 (HBO PPV, 8 p.m. ET) at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas in one of the year's greatest battles.
Alvarez (49-1-1, 34 KOs), whom some still consider the lineal middleweight champion despite the fact that he exited the weight division for his previous two battles – battling at junior middleweight and super middleweight – delineated his common preparing day:
Street work from 6 a.m. to 6:30 a.m
Breakfast after the run, trailed by rest
A light supper or nibble at 1 p.m. before going to his rec center
Preparing in the rec center from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday doing exercise, hitting the gloves, hopping rope, and so forth.
Competing sessions on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
"Fundamentally, preparing camp has been awakening ahead of schedule at around 6 in the morning to go running, and after that I'll return and unwind a tad bit and set myself up for the instructional meetings, competing, procedure and what we regularly take a shot at," said Alvarez, who turned 27 on Tuesday. "Normally preparing is quite often the same, however the procedure is distinctive in light of the fact that each warrior is unique. The procedure relies upon the battle. While you're get ready for a battle, you don't realize what happens once you're in the ring."
Alvarez, as for all intents and purposes every other person, anticipates that the battle will be significant, if not a work of art.
"I'm a contender who is a counterpuncher, and Golovkin's style is an approached style, so I think the two styles will prompt an awesome battle," Alvarez said. "My style, the style that I have, is better than his style. With competing, we for the most part go in view of somebody who is like the contender keeping in mind the end goal to have a similar style: the tallness and the weight. That is normally what we concentrate on, to get some person like that."
Brilliant Boy Promotions CEO Oscar De La Hoya, who speaks to Alvarez, said Alvarez is considering the battle important like he takes the majority of his sessions.
"Canelo is boxing's most taught contender. He considers each preparation camp important, and I realize that he will be in the best state of his life for this confrontation with Golovkin," De La Hoya said.
Golovkin (37-0, 33 KOs) opened his preparation camp at coach Abel Sanchez's Summit Gym high in the mountains of Big Bear Lake, California, a week ago. Golovkin is going for his nineteenth successive title barrier, one short of tying Bernard Hopkins' middleweight division record for protections.
Golovkin had his 23-battle knockout streak snapped in a consistent choice win against Daniel Jacobs on March 18 at Madison Square Garden in New York. On May 6, Alvarez traveled to an astounding shutout ruling against compatriot Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. in a super middleweight battle, additionally at T-Mobile Arena. After that session, Golovkin joined Alvarez in the ring to report their battle, which has been in substantial request by boxing fans for about two years.