Has this been confirmed? Have they both signed? And I’m too lazy to look it up, but has either guy fought the same opponent twice? I doubt GGG has professionally, but probably in the amateurs he did. Just curious if we can get an idea of how well one adjusted after facing an opponent before. GGG seems like the smarter fighter. He always does what he wants to do in every fight. If he wants to stalk, he stalks. If he wants to be cautious, he works behind the jab masterfully. His ring generalship is superb, almost always the aggressor. Canelo is smart in the ring too, but he sometimes relies on the perfect counter to beat inferior opponents, which may not present itself every fight. Can he go on the attack when he needs to against a more powerful puncher? Or will he continually backpedal hoping to time him. In short, I think GGG has more ways to beat you than Canelo does. Of course I had GGG winning the first one, and should be favored in this one. But what kind of adjustments will each fighter and their trainers make? What can Canelo really do differently? We know GGG is gonna march forward and not be afraid to eat shots along the way. What if GGG decides to open up on the body this time? It appeared Canelo hit GGG with his best stuff. It did not deter him. But I don’t believe GGG hit Canelo with his grade A stuff. Will Canelo elude it another 36 minutes? How will he take it if he doesn’t? I felt he was hurt in the 9th when GGG landed some solid punches, but not his best. I’m trying to get myself excited for this after being so disappointed in yet another terrible judging controversy. And I think I have. But I will wait to see who is judging/refereeing before I commit to buying it again. I hope GGG gets more input this time (I assume it will be Vegas again, but how about VADA testing for Canelo and non-GBP judges?).