On September 16th, Middleweight powerhouses Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin collide in Las Vegas.

The winner will walk away with the WBC, IBF and WBA 'Super' World Titles, currently held by Golovkin, as well as a new commemorative belt created by the WBC.

"This magnificent and unique Huichol belt, which reflects the heritage of an entire culture that has remained intact through time, tells an individual tale, while equally representing the flags of Mexico and Kazakhstan," the body revealed at a press conference on Tuesday.

Artist Luis de la Cruz worked over 300 hours alongside his brother Sergio, to achieve this. Both of them managed to capture the essence of two great boxing nations.

President of the body, Mauricio Sulaiman, commented that this belt is a "profound recognition to commemorate the most emblematic dates for Mexico, May 5th and September 16th".

In his hunt for Middleweight supremacy, Golovkin's mantra has been to hold 'All The Belts'. Should he defeat Alvarez next week at the T-Mobile Arena, then he can add another impressive strap to his collection.

Visit our dedicated Canelo Alvarez v Gennady Golovkin page to find out how you can watch the fight, which is exclusively live in the U.K. on BoxNation Box Office.