Canelo Alvarez vs. GGG 3 predictions, best bets, odds: Top picks to consider for the main event

On Saturday night, Gennadiy Golovkin moves up to super heavyweight to face his longtime rival Saul" Canelo" Alvarez for Alvarez's undisputed

super heavyweight crown. The clash goes down from T- Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

The two battled to a split draw in their first meeting, a fight numerous felt that Golovkin merited to win.

Judge Adalaide Byrd, no foreigner to contestation, turned in an unpardonable 118- 110 scorecard for Alvarez.

Golovkin outlanded Alvarez 218 to 169 in total punches in that September 2017 bout.

They rematched the ensuing September, with Alvarez winning a maturity decision. Again, numerous felt Golovkin had done enough to have earned the palm.

CBS Sports scored the rematch 116- 112 for Golovkin. Yet again, Golovkin outlanded Alvarez in total punches,

which isn't a perfect measure to score a fight, but did show that Golovkin was suitable to touch Alvarez constantly.

The first two bouts saw Golovkin installed as a slight face of between-145 and-160. Heading into the trio bout, Alvarez is a-500 fave to score the palm to Golovkin's 380 line.