& # 39; We have fought twice, 24 rounds. I hit him, so he represents no challenge & # 39 ;: Cinnamon Alvarez rejects the idea of trilogy fight with Gennady Golovkin
- Rumors persisted from a third fight between Cinnamon Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin
- Golovkin focused on points in Mexico last year after sharing a draw in 2017
- Golovkin defeated Sergiy Derevyanchenko in an unconvincing points win last week
- Number-one-pound number one Alvarez would consider a trilogy for the right deal
Golovkin looked less threatening than when he knocked out Steve Rolls in June during a workpoint victory over the Ukrainian Serhiy Derevianchenko who was proposed by many experts to make their unification battle at Madison Square Garden to have won.
The 40th victory of the heavy warrior has left the fight in the hope that he will seal a third game against Canelo, who handed Golovkin the only defeat of his career during a points win in Nevada in September 2018 after a tie between the couple a year earlier.
[19459021ThatfightisnotachallengeformeatthemomentCanelo told The Independent and called Derevyanchenko the winner of Golovkin & # 39; s inconclusive fight on October 5.
& # 39; We have fought twice, 24 rounds. I beat him, so he represents no challenge. I said it before the fight and I will repeat it. & # 39;
The way of Canelo & # 39; s victory over Golovkin, who split the judges after eight rounds and was considered by many critics to be the wrong decision, means talking about a third fight has rarely violated.
Golovkin outland Canelo in their original draw, while retaining the WBA (Super), WBC, IBF and IBO middleweight titles on a split decision before losing them a year later.
rival & # 39; s display against Derevianchenko, claiming that he had shown that body shots were the way to hurt Golovkin.
The hugely popular Mexican, whose £ 278 million with broadcasters DAZN is the most lucrative in sports history, strongly hinted that he could rule the kind of figures that made the original fight the third highest yield ever in the world. gave boxing.
& # 39; What he does represent is a good thing, & # 39; granted Cinnamon, which helped generate revenues of more than £ 93m in the second fight.
& # 39; So if they offer me something really good, the third fight might happen. & # 39;
Canelo will fight Sergey Kovalev for the WBO light heavyweight title at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on November 2, with which he first appeared since he had unanimously obtained decision points on Daniel Jacobs on May 4