Throughout her career, Mhoni Vidente has made predictions of all kinds. Among celebrities, political figures and others, this famous psychic has left more than one completely wowed. This time it was the turn of the sports world, specifically of the boxing athletes.

Mhoni commented about the very mediatic encounter that will take place between the Mexican boxing star Saul "Canelo" Alvarez and Kazakhstani professional boxer Gennady "GGG" Golovkin on September 16 in Las Vegas T-Mobile Arena.

"He is a very good competitor GGG, he's very strong and you have to be careful," says the psychic. "He is a man who studies all the movements, and at the most precise moment throws his mortal weapon."

Mhoni recommends Canelo to study his opponent since Gennady is preparing to do his best. Without a doubt, Mhoni clarifies that the final decision will be unanimous, and will be in favor of the Mexican. "On September 16 by unanimous decision Canelo wins the fight," says Mhoni. "Win in the 11th round!"

Golovkin Vs. Alvarez is one of the most eagerly awaited boxing match-ups and will decide the world's best middleweight. "It's going to be a tough fight. I'm sure I'll win, but that does not mean it will be an easy fight. It's going to be a very tough, very tough fight," Alvarez said during a press conference.

"But I will show in the first fight that there is no reason to have a second or third." Alvarez, 26, has won world titles in two weight divisions, and Golovkin has made 18 consecutive world middleweight title defences.

Mhoni also mentioned the very mediatic fight that will star Conor McGregor and  Floyd Mayweather on August 26 at the T-Mobile arena.

"The fight of 'Money' and McGregor is extremely controversial," says Mhoni, "Since not only is there a big difference in age, but Conor is entering an environment where he is simply looking to make more money."

"Floyd 'Money' Mayweather wins the complete fight," predicts the clairvoyant. "Win by knockout in the seventh or twelfth round," she says.

American former professional boxer and current boxing promoter, Floyd Mayweather, told to ESPN who was his favorite in the next match between Canelo and Gennady Golovkin, and incredibly opted for Canelo, although in September 14, 2013, he defeated him in the boxing light middleweight championship superfight of the World Boxing Council.

The fight between Mayweather and McGregor, is agreed with no titles, but with $100 million guaranteed for the winner and the honor of being able to win the victory. It will be televised via PPV on Showtime.