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Details on MGM Offering Refunds For Canelo-GGG 2; Odds on The Fight Being Canceled

Canelo is going to have to provide some real evidence he ate bad meat or it appears the fight is going to be canceled. It is unusual for the MGM to start giving refunds before any actual announcement, meaning they may have been given a heads up on what is going to happen.

MGM Resorts International — the owner of the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, where Alvarez (49-1-2, 34 KOs) and Golovkin (37-0-1, 33 KOs) are supposed to meet in the main event of a major HBO pay-per-view event on May 5 in a sequel to their controversial draw in September at the same venue — is offering ticket buyers a full refund because of the probability that the fight will be canceled.

“If a fan requests a refund for the Canelo-GGG 2 fight they may receive one, in full, at the original point of purchase,” an MGM Resorts International spokesman told ESPN in an email on Wednesday night.

The hearing will be held on April 10th. A BSO source says that it is 70-30 the fight will be canceled unless Canelo can submit some really strong proof that he wasn’t coming off a juicing cycle.



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