With the training camp for middleweight boxing champion Gennady Golovkin’s September bout with “Canelo” Alvarez underway, Abel Sanchez, the longtime coach of “GGG,” hasn’t had a lot of time to analyze the Aug. 26 matchup between Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor. But if Sanchez didn’t have Golovkin or any of his other fighters in camp and the UFC lightweight champion showed up at his door in Big Bear, California, he knows what it would take to get “The Notorious” one ready for battle. “It would be very difficult,” Sanchez sa … Read the Full Article Here