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LOS ANGELES >> It wasn’t just the scorecard of Adalaide Byrd that ticked off Gennady Golovkin and his camp this past September when she scored Canelo Alvarez the winner of their middleweight title fight by a ridiculous score of 118-110.
It was also that Alvarez moved too much and didn’t engage enough in the bout that ended up being scored a split-draw at T-Mobile in Las Vegas. Most ringside reporters had Golovkin winning a narrow decision. He retained his three championship belts.
“I definitely think he ran a lot more than I thought he was going to,” said Golovkin’s trainer, Abel Sanchez, who will be in Golovkin’s corner when he takes on Alvarez in a rematch May 5 at T-Mobile (on HBO pay-per-view...