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The T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas was the closest thing to a constellation of stars with all the celebrities who gathered to witness the fight between Canelo Álvarez and Gennady Golovkinthe last of the trilogy between both boxers who dispute the four super middleweight world champion belts (WBC, WBA, WBO, and IBF).
One of the first to be seen was actor Michael B. Jordan, star of the ‘Creed’ saga, of which precisely Canelo Álvarez will be part of his third installment. The Hollywood celebrity came to the Mexican’s dressing room to greet him.
For his part, the star of the Golden State Warriors and multiple NBA champion Stephen Curry was also present at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, and he was seen quite smiling moments before the start of the fight.
The NFL also had its representative in the Canelo-GGG Trilogy, with Las Vegas Raiders owner Mark Davis in the audience, letting himself be seen quite cheerful and eager to enjoy the show.
Also, as has become common in significant events, comedian and actor Dave Chappelle did not want to see the action on TV. They appeared as another of the stars that surrounded the ring where Álvarez and Golovkin disputed the super middleweight world champion belts.
Another of those who said present at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas was the actor Mario López, who was quite excited when both fighters went up to the ring.