• Gennady Golovkin is at peace with his first two fights with Canelo Alvarez
  • Alvarez could face Golovkin again in September
  • Golovkin is set for a title unification against Ryota Murata this month

Gennady Golovkin is rumored to be a running candidate to land a possible third encounter with arch-rival Saul "Canelo" Alvarez.

The two boxing icons have faced each other twice already. The first one ended in a controversial draw, while the rematch saw the Mexican winning over the Kazakh.

On his part, Golovkin has put the results of those first two fights to rest, adding that he feels no pressure should the third fight happen in the near future.

“If I’m going to approach the third fight with Canelo, it’ll certainly be with different thoughts and not with the idea of righting any wrongs. I’m not in boxing to prove anything to anybody,” Golovkin told DAZN.

Since losing to Alvarez in 2018, "GGG" has racked up three-straight wins at the expense of Steve Rolls, Sergiy Derevyanchenko and Kamil Szeremeta.

The 39-year-old will be looking for his fourth consecutive victory over Ryota Murata on April 9--with both the IBF and WBA middleweight titles on the line.

Meanwhile, Alvarez--the undisputed super middleweight champion--is set to face Dmitry Bivol on May 7 for the WBA light heavyweight title.

From there, a potential third clash between Alvarez and Golovkin may take place by September.

 Gennady Golovkin boxes against Sergiy Derevyanchenko
Gennady Golovkin boxes against Sergiy Derevyanchenko Getty Images | Steven Ryan