Canelo Alvarez, GGG make grand arrivals, renew rivalry

The lobby of the MGM Grand was filled with Mariachi music again on Tuesday afternoon, along with the kind of tension that tends to come with trilogys.

But while trumpets blew, violin strings vibrated, and hundreds of people cheered,

Canelo Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin just stood there and looked at each other.

They were only a few inches apart, oblivious to the chaos they had caused and ready to settle the score.

"That's what I want to do in this fight," said Alvarez, who is the undisputed super middleweight boxing champion.

The Mexican, who is 32, and the Kazakh, who is 40, are still bitter rivals.