Gennady Golovkin is looking forward to getting hands on Canelo Alvarez a third time.
Both Weisfeld and Moretti scored the 12th round for the winner, who landed 21 punches to Golovkin's 20 in the final three minutes, according to CompuBox (via BoxingScene.com).
The always accessible Golovkin left the ring without a post-fight interview, and the bitterness symbolized by the exit is precisely the kind of accelerant that has since fueled a promotional hype machine perpetually seeking new angles.
“Fact is, even though Canelo has a draw and a win officially, feedback on the web strongly suggests the public believes GGG won both fights,” he said.
“Many bad things can happen to a boxing career, but official setbacks in fights fans believe you won is the opposite.