Two well-known boxing pundits have got into it following last weekend’s super fight in Las Vegas between Gennady Golovkin and Canelo Alvarez.

The fight was a modern classic in many ways, yet boxing as it always does, has found a way to pick holes in the decision afterwards.

Canelo was awarded a majority points decision after a close battle.

A part three is what should be what is being called for, instead, arguments and debates persist over the judging.

That’s boxing though.

Two well-known figures who have perpetuated this are leading TV pundits Spencer Fearon and Paulie Malignaggi who got into it on camera in the build-up to Joshua vs Povetkin this weekend:

The two were talking at the open workouts for this weekend’s heavyweight title fight that takes place in London.

The bout will be shown live on Sky Sports Box Office in the UK and on DAZN in the US in a fight that Anthony Joshua is promising to take more risks in than he did in his last bout against Joseph Parker.