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Canelo Alvarez’s Next Fight Could Be Genniy Golovkin
The upcoming can’t-miss pay-per-view bout between Canelo Alvarez and Sergey Kovalev could be a big test for Canelo. The 36-year-old Russian is known for his aggressive style. Also in the ring will be Ryan Garcia, looking to unify the vacant WBC silver lightweight title, and Romero Duno. Both of these fights will be streamed on DAZN and available on pay-per-view.
Canelo’s Next Fight Will Be On Pay Per View
Canelo’s next fight will definitely be on pay-per-view. The fight between Canelo and Angulo, which is a Showtime card, was high drama and attempted to break the PPV record. The fight itself was a box office bomb, so fans were disappointed. But the question is now: will Canelo win?
Canelo’s Next Opponent is Dmitry Bivol
Canelo Alvarez confirmed last weekend that he’ll be fighting Dmitry Bivol again. The former WBA champion beat Canelo last Saturday, earning a unanimous decision. While he’ll be back in the ring with Bivol in September, the Mexican will need to improve to get there. After all, Bivol has unbeaten records through 20 fights, and he’s still undefeated.
Canelo’s Next Fight Could Be Against Gennady Golovkin
After beating the former middleweight champion on April 9, it’s possible Canelo Alvarez’s next fight could be against Genniy Golovkin. While both men were previously scheduled to face each other in September, Canelo’s next fight could be against the WBA light heavyweight champion Dmitry Bivol on May 7. The two fighters were also expected to fight in the interim bout, but Canelo had lost to the latter in the first half of their fights, and Golovkin would likely fight in the middleweight division.
Canelo’s Next Fight Is In 2022
If you’re a fan of boxing, then you’re probably wondering who Canelo’s next opponent might be. While Eddie Hearn has not confirmed or denied this, he has said that Canelo is close to signing a two-fight deal with DAZN. According to Canelo’s PR man, Eddy Reynoso, Golovkin is a possible opponent for Canelo next. It’s unclear how many of these options are available.
Canelo’s First Fight Since Covid 19
Canelo Alvarez has signed a two-fight deal with Matchroom Boxing. The first fight will be for the WBA light-heavyweight title against Artur Beterbiev, and the second will be against Dmitry Bivol. The first fight will be Canelo’s first since Covid 19, and the rematch will be a much tougher fight.
Canelo’s Motivation For Fighting At 160 Pounds
Despite his impressive resume at the light heavyweight level, Canelo Alvarez is now looking to step up to the next level. After his controversial win over Golvokin, the Mexican fighter announced a move to 168 pounds. After challenging for the WBA’s understudy world title and winning it, Canelo revealed he would be interested in fighting world champion Andre Smith. His motivation for moving up to 160 pounds was to challenge for a title and make his name in boxing. He was also keen to beat Daniel Jacobs, who was at a similar level.