- The Gennady Golovkin-Canelo Álvarez rematch set for Cinco de Mayo looks like it will have to be called off after Canelo failed two drug tests.
- In the wake of Canelo's violations, the Nevada State Athletic Commission has now formally filed a complaint with the fighter, a step that indicates a suspension could be coming soon.
- GGG's camp says he still wants to fight on May 5, but finding an opponent for the middleweight champion on short notice could prove a challenge.
The biggest fight in boxing is in jeopardy.
Alvarez has claimed that the failed tests were due to contaminated meat, but the Nevada regulations would stand even if that were the case.
For his part, GGG still hopes to fight on May 5, but finding an opponent to take on the middleweight champion on such short notice could prove challenging.