Boxing: Canelo Alvarez proclaims his subsequent struggle for September 2023

Super middleweight champion Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez has confirmed his plans to carry his subsequent struggle in September.

His remarks got here throughout an actual property improvement expo in Mexico Metropolis, the place he said that discussions would happen quickly.

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“Sure, I’ll struggle in September, however I nonetheless do not know with whom or something,” he mentioned.

“Subsequent week we will sit down and discuss it.”

Who will Canelo Alvarez struggle subsequent?

Alvarez’s most up-to-date struggle befell on Could 6 in Guadalajara, Mexico, the place he efficiently defended his World Boxing Affiliation (WBA), World Boxing Group (WBO), Worldwide Boxing Federation (IBF), and World Boxing Council (WBC) tremendous middleweight titles towards John Ryder.

The bout concluded with Alvarez successful by unanimous determination, with scores of 120-107, 118-109, and 118-109.

Since his return to boxing in Mexico after a 12-year absence, Alvarez has expressed his need for a rematch with Russian fighter Dmitrii Bivol, who defeated him in Could 2022, leading to Alvarez‘s failure to assert the WBA mild heavyweight belt.

David Benavidez has additionally issued a problem to Alvarez. Nonetheless, as of now, Alvarez has not accepted the problem, and even the president of the World Boxing Council, Mauricio Sulaiman, has said that he is not going to strain the champion to take action.

Will Canelo Alvarez struggle in Mexico once more?

Relating to the situation of his upcoming struggle, Alvarez didn’t rule out the opportunity of combating in Mexico.

He expressed his curiosity in probably competing on the Azteca Stadium, which is ready to host its third males’s World Cup in 2026.

Alvarez‘s skilled boxing file stands at a formidable 59 wins, with 39 of these victories coming by the use of knockout.

He has skilled two losses in his profession, towards Bivol and former American boxer Floyd Mayweather.