Despite Steroid Bust, Floyd Mayweather Thinks GGG vs. Canelo Should Still Go Down

Boxing phenom Canelo Alvarez has been making headlines as of late for being suspended following a recent drug test failure. With the boxer’s highly anticipated rematch against champion Gennady Golovkin now on the line, undefeated pugilist legend Floyd Mayweather Jr. has come forward with his thoughts on the matter.

Canelo Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin reached a highly controversial draw in their first match up back in 2017. Since then, fans have been hopeful for a rematch.

The two pugilists have since been scheduled to face off for a rematch inside the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nev. on May 5. However, the fight is now possibly in jeopardy.

Alvarez has failed a drug test, which the fighter claims occurred due to contaminated meats. Alvarez has since been temporarily suspended and will soon have an opportunity to explain his case to the commission.

Speaking on the matter, Floyd Mayweather Jr. offered his thoughts in an interview with Fight Hype.

“I guess sh*t happens.” Mayweather said.

“I think the fight still should happen.” The boxer later continued.

“Okay, so say he got busted, okay, so from here all the way to the fight, it should just be random blood and urine testing and then they should fight.” Mayweather finished.

Check out the full interview within the video down below:

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