Being the "A" side has its advantages. 

For Canelo Alvarez, those advantages incorporate the information that in the event that he loses to Gennady Golovkin on September 16, he is owed a quick rematch. As indicated by a report distributed in Tuesday's releases of the Los Angeles Times, there is a proviso in the agreements for their middleweight title standoff that stipulates Golovkin would need to battle Alvarez again in his next session in the event that he vanquishes the Mexican hotshot. 

Brilliant Boy Promotions president Eric Gomez additionally told the Los Angeles Times that the agreement was built so that if Alvarez wins, he can battle whomever he needs in his following battle. 

Golovkin hasn't taken an interest in a rematch as an expert. Alvarez vanquished kindred Mexican Francisco Villanueva (14-32-3, 10 KOs, 1 NC) three times from September 2006-June 2008, however generally hasn't had any rematches, either. 

Kazakhstan's Golovkin (37-0, 33 KOs) has opened as a slight most loved over Alvarez (49-1-1, 34 KOs), as per sports books all through Las Vegas. The Westgate sports book, which sets chances on brandishing occasions, recorded Golovkin as a – 160 most loved and Alvarez as a +140 underdog. 

Alvarez is seen as a live underdog, be that as it may, in light of the fact that the 26-year-old challenger has demonstrated change the previous two years in progressive triumphs over James Kirkland (third-round knockout), Miguel Cotto (12-round consistent choice), Amir Khan (6th round knockout), Liam Smith (ninth-round knockout) and Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. (12-round consistent choice). 

Golovkin, in the interim, had his 23-battle knockout streak stopped by Daniel Jacobs on March 18, when Brooklyn's Jacobs boxed well, withstood Golovkin's vaunted control and almost pulled off an enormous annoyed with Madison Square Garden. The 35-year-old Golovkin won a consistent choice, however by thin edges on the scorecards (115-112, 115-112, 114-113). 

The hotly anticipated session amongst Alvarez and Golovkin was reported in WWE design following Alvarez's 12-round mastery of Chavez on Saturday night at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Alvarez reported in the ring that an arrangement was set up for him to challenge Golovkin, the IBF/IBO/WBA/WBC middleweight champion. 

The main thing that wasn't declared Saturday night was the site of the Canelo-Golovkin PPV, which will be communicated by HBO Pay-Per-View. T-Mobile Arena and the Dallas Cowboys' AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, are viewed as the leaders to arrive the prominent battle.

Prompt Rematch Clause for Canelo, But Not for Golovkin
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