Canelo vs GGG 3: About the key to victory for both fighters What each opponent must do for this to go live on the DAZN pay-per-view

on Saturday Night Raising Hands in Las Vegas. Gennady Golovkin yearned for a well-deserved victory over his rival Saul Canelo Alvarez

after realizing that his first fight betrayed him in a split draw victory in September 2016. He did enough in his rematch to make

 a majority decision for Alvarez. . Canelo wants to end this trilogy with an exclamation point in calling out GGG.

Well it's time for the trilogy Alvarez to line up the world's undisputed super middleweight championship against GGG at

the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas and is live on DAZN pay-per-view on Saturday night. With the stakes hitting a fever pitch

with apparent energy, DAZN neatly lists the keys to victory for both fighters. Gennady Golovkin's victory ASSERT STIFF LEFT JAB

One of the best power jabs in business near Gennadiy Golovkin. This bluntly forgiving ball is one of the greatest tools of all time, 

including 24 rounds against Canelo Alvarez. That being said, Golovkin should apply the weapon as soon as possible

Doing so could have been a good way for GGG to suffocate a hungry Alvarez, who wanted to pull back from 

back from his first defeat in nearly nine years. Lets him put the cherry at the top of his ring resume.

Apply pressure, to cut off ring GGG's ability to continuously pump that jab to keep Canelo on the end of the stick should allow

the Kazakh boxer to keep fighting, keep the pressure and most importantly cut the ring well. Golovkin doesn't want Canelo to carry 

the action in the middle of the ring where he can generate those great combinations. An older GGG should

 An older GGG should look to fight further on terms. Applying that pressure to cut the ring is the best bet.