Canelo Álvarez vs. Julio César Chávez Jr Fight Confirmed
Hi everyone welcome to watch Canelo vs Chavez fight. Canelo Alvarez and Julio Cesar Chavez jr. square off in their super middleweight megafight in Las Vegas on May 6, Cinco de Mayo weekend, it will be at the new T-Mobile Arena, where Canelo has a 1-0 career record.
Canelo: Santos Saúl Álvarez Barragán, commonly known as Saúl Álvarez, or by his nickname “Canelo” Álvarez, is a Mexican professional boxer. July 18, 1990 (age 26 years). His Height-5′ 9″, His Weight-165 lbs. He played Welterweight, Middleweight, Light welterweight, Light middleweight.
Chavez: Julio César Chávez Carrasco, best known as Julio César Chávez Jr. He is a Mexican professional boxer who held the WBC middleweight title from 2011 to 2012. He Born: February 16, 1986 (age 31 years), Culiacán, Mexico. His weight is 159 lbs, His height is 6′ 1″. He has played Middleweight, Super middleweight, Light heavyweight, Light middleweight.
It’s caught on with a lot of fans. This is a fight that the casual boxing fans appear to have embraced more so than the hardcore fans, many of which see it as another example of Golden Boy picking out a fighter from the past to face Canelo rather than a top fighter from this era like Gennady Golovkin.
The Canelo vs Chavez Jr. Fight (50-2-1, 32 KOs) contest is perceived a ‘business fight’ by many fans rather than a match involved for sporting purposes. Indeed, Canelo (48-1-1, 34 KOs) is moving up 2 divisions to face Chavez Jr. at a catch-weight of 164 ½ pounds in the super middleweight division.
The undercard of the Canelo-Chavez Jr. is pretty sparse right now with former light welterweight contender Lucas Matthysse (37-4, 34 KOs) fighting Emanuel Taylor (20-4, 14 Kos) being the only other fight on the PPV side. Matthysse-Taylor is not really a PPV worthy fight. Taylor has been getting beaten a lot lately, and Matthysse is coming off of a 10th round knockout loss to Viktor Postol over a year ago.
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Now that Canelo is in negotiations for a fighter that is almost as popular as him, but with arguably much more talent, De La Hoya is sounding annoyed that Golovkin and Loeffler aren’t readily agreeing to what’s offered to them for the fight. De La Hoya needs to realize that Golovkin isn’t Liam Smith, Amir Khan or James Kirkland. Golovkin is unquestionably the best fighter in the 160lb division right now. You can say that because he’s got 3 of the 4 world titles in that division, and he’s knocked out every opponent he’s faced since 2008. That’s 9 consecutive years of nothing but knockouts for Golovkin.If Canelo was in the same boat as Golovkin with 9 straight years of knockouts, and him holding 3 of the middleweight titles, then you could understand him playing hardball with GGG by giving him a ‘take it or leave it to offer.