In photos: this is how the Canelo vs. Golovkin trilogy was lived and the Mexican’s triumph in super middleweight

The long-awaited trilogy Saul Cinnamon Alvarez against Gennady Golovkin completed the process at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Mexican’s victory was practical, since he did not show the usual spectacle when facing an opponent worried about not getting hurt on the floor. Thanks to that, managed to keep his title undisputed at 168 pounds and leave no room for doubt about his superiority in one of boxing‘s most well-known rivalries.

Canelo Álvarez was the first to arrive at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada (Photo: Twitter/@MatchroomBoxing)
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Gennady Golovkin made his way into the arena minutes before 9 p.m. (Photo: Twitter/@DAZNBoxing)
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Canelo exposed the undisputed 168-pound championship (Photo: Twitter/@MatchroomBoxing)
(Photo: Twitter/@MatchroomBoxing)
The Mexican prepares hand in hand with Eddy Reynoso before entering the ring (Photo: Twitter/@MatchroomBoxing)
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The anthem of Kazakhstan was the first to sound in the arena (Photo: ESPN Screenshot)
(Photo: ESPN Screenshot)
Carolina Ross performed an impeccable intonation of the Mexican National Anthem (Photo: ESPN Screenshot)
(Photo: ESPN Screenshot)
Saúl Álvarez listened to the anthem from his dressing room (Photo: ESPN screenshot)
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GGG was the first to parade down the aisle (Photo: Screenshot Azteca Deportes)
(Photo: Screenshot Azteca Deportes)
Alejandro Fernández was in charge of opening Canelo’s arrival in the ring (Photo: Screenshot Azteca Deportes)
(Photo: Screenshot Azteca Deportes)
(Photo: Screenshot Azteca Deportes)
(Photo: Screenshot Azteca Deportes)
The son of Charro de Huentitán directed the boxer to the stage (Photo: Screenshot Azteca Deportes)
Canelo Álvarez dictated the rhythm of the fight from the first round (Photo: Joe Camporeale-<a class=USA TODAY Sports)” height=”3744″ src=”https://www.americanchronicles.news/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/1663480917_54_In-photos-this-is-how-the-Canelo-vs-Golovkin-trilogy.jpg” width=”5616″ />
Canelo Álvarez dictated the rhythm of the fight from the first round (Photo: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports) (Joe Camporeale/)
The Guadalajara attack was decisive, but GGG managed to avoid his first impacts (Photo: Joe Camporeale-<a class=USA TODAY Sports)” height=”3744″ src=”https://www.americanchronicles.news/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/1663480917_264_In-photos-this-is-how-the-Canelo-vs-Golovkin-trilogy.jpg” width=”5616″ />
The Guadalajara attack was decisive, but GGG managed to avoid his first impacts (Photo: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports) (Joe Camporeale/)
GGG went for distance at first (Photo: Joe Camporeale-<a class=USA TODAY Sports)” height=”3744″ src=”https://www.americanchronicles.news/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/This-time-Canelo-won-hands-down-but.jpg” width=”5616″ />
GGG bet on the distance at the beginning (Photo: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports) (Joe Camporeale /)
Canelo dominated the center of the ring in the first rounds (Photo: Joe Camporeale-<a class=USA TODAY Sports)” height=”3744″ src=”https://www.americanchronicles.news/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/1663478924_474_This-time-Canelo-won-hands-down-but.jpg” width=”5616″ />
Canelo dominated the center of the ring in the first rounds (Photo: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports) (Joe Camporeale /)
Gennady Golovkin improved his performance from round 7 (Photo: Joe Camporeale-<a class=USA TODAY Sports)” height=”3305″ src=”https://www.americanchronicles.news/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/1663480918_214_In-photos-this-is-how-the-Canelo-vs-Golovkin-trilogy.jpg” width=”4958″ />
Gennady Golovkin improved his performance from round 7 (Photo: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports) (Joe Camporeale /)
Towards the end, GGG made up ground in the fight and took some points from the episodes (Photo: Joe Camporeale-<a class=USA TODAY Sports)” height=”2543″ src=”https://www.americanchronicles.news/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/1663480918_22_In-photos-this-is-how-the-Canelo-vs-Golovkin-trilogy.jpg” width=”3815″ />
Towards the end, GGG regained ground in the fight and took some points from the episodes (Photo: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports) (Joe Camporeale /)
Close-quarters and spectacular boxing was present in the final stretch (Photo: Joe Camporeale-<a class=USA TODAY Sports)” height=”2493″ src=”https://www.americanchronicles.news/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/1663480918_709_In-photos-this-is-how-the-Canelo-vs-Golovkin-trilogy.jpg” width=”3740″ />
Close-range and spectacular boxing was present in the final stretch (Photo: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports) (Joe Camporeale /)
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The duel became even in the last section of the brawl (Photo: Twitter/@MatchroomBoxing)
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(Photo: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports) (Joe Camporeale /)
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(Photo: Joe Camporeale/USA TODAY OBLIGATED CREDIT)
Golovkin kept all 10 points from the last round (Photo: Joe Camporeale-<a class=USA TODAY Sports)” height=”3281″ src=”https://www.americanchronicles.news/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/1663480918_312_In-photos-this-is-how-the-Canelo-vs-Golovkin-trilogy.jpg” width=”4921″ />
Golovkin kept the 10 points from the last round (Photo: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports) (Joe Camporeale /)
The fighters ended their rivalry with a sports hug (Photo: Joe Camporeale-<a class=USA TODAY Sports)” height=”2507″ src=”https://www.americanchronicles.news/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/1663480918_323_In-photos-this-is-how-the-Canelo-vs-Golovkin-trilogy.jpg” width=”3761″ />
The fighters ended their rivalry with a sports hug (Photo: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports) (Joe Camporeale /)
Both fighters recognized their performance in the ring (Photo: Joe Camporeale-<a class=USA TODAY Sports)” height=”3335″ src=”https://www.americanchronicles.news/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/1663480918_252_In-photos-this-is-how-the-Canelo-vs-Golovkin-trilogy.jpg” width=”5003″ />
Both fighters recognized their performance in the ring (Photo: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports) (Joe Camporeale/)
Gennady Golovkin awaiting the verdict (Photo: Joe Camporeale-<a class=USA TODAY Sports)” height=”3744″ src=”https://www.americanchronicles.news/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/1663480918_576_In-photos-this-is-how-the-Canelo-vs-Golovkin-trilogy.jpg” width=”5616″ />
Gennady Golovkin awaiting the verdict (Photo: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports) (Joe Camporeale/)
The judges favored the Mexican with the cards 116-112, 115-113 and 115-113 (Photo: Joe Camporeale-<a class=USA TODAY Sports)” height=”2730″ src=”https://www.americanchronicles.news/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/1663480919_48_In-photos-this-is-how-the-Canelo-vs-Golovkin-trilogy.jpg” width=”4095″ />
The judges favored the Mexican with the cards 116-112, 115-113 and 115-113 (Photo: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports) (Joe Camporeale /)
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Canelo remained the undisputed 168-pound champion in his first defense of the category (Photo: Twitter/@@MatchroomBoxing)

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