Date: 24th March 2018 at 11:45am
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After the controversial decision of their first meeting, the world eagerly waits for Gennady Golovkin and Saul ?Canelo? Alvarez to go head-to-head in their re-match.

The bout is scheduled to take place on the May at the T-Mobile Arena, in Las Vegas.

However, there are now real doubts as to whether the fight will go ahead.

In recent days, the furore over Alvarez testing positive for the banned substance clenbuterol has gathered momentum.

Alvarez suggested he?d inadvertently failed the drugs test after eating contaminated meat.

But, it appears the authorities aren?t convinced that is the case.

To that effect the Nevada State Athletic Commission have temporarily suspended the Mexican fighter until 10 April with Nevada Commission Executive Director Bob Bennett, remarking to the media,

?Mr. Alvarez is temporarily suspended for his adverse analytical finding, and an April 10 meeting with the Nevada Athletic Commission will fully address this adverse analytical finding.?

Until those dealing with the findings meet, on 10 April, we?re all left in limbo as to whether the huge fight will take place or whether Alvarez will remain suspended.

Anyone care to suggest which way this one will go?

Please feel free to leave your thoughts in the comments facility beneath this article.