The biggest rematch in boxing is back on thanks to a 'Hail Mary' deal made at the 11th hour of negotiationsGet the Full StoryEthan Miller Getty Images
Canelo Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin are set for a rematch on September 15, a year after their controversial split-decision draw.
The fight was originally scheduled for May of this year but had to be pushed back after Alvarez failed a drug test.
Negotiations between the sides were hotly contested, but a last-minute, "Hail Mary" offer reportedly saved the rematch, which will be viewed by many as the Fight of the Year.
The biggest rematch in boxing is officially back on.
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