All bets were off when Gennady Golovkin and Canelo Alvarez met inside of the ring in one of the most anticipated fights in recent memory.
The fight lived up to its billing, with both fighters taking methodical shots at each other with GGG gaining the upper hand. Come round No. 10, all hell broke loose as GGG and Canelo teed off on each other.
GGG owned the first half of the fight, but Canelo surged ahead in the final three rounds, delivering with some powerful jabs to shake Golovkin.
But at the end of it, the two boxers scrapped and clawed to a draw.
Canelo landed 218 total punches, with 210 of them coming to GGGs head region. GGG, on the other hand, landed 171.
Watch a video of the full fight below:
Golovkin is the current WBA, WBC, IBF and IBO middleweight title and is ranked as the best middleweight in the world by BoxRec and the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board. He won his first world championship in 2010 and has put up some impressive performances with his balanced and powerful punches. Golovkin has the highest knockout percentage (89.8 percent) in middleweight history.