Saul “Canelo” Alvarez will get his biggest chance to put himself in the ranks of the best boxers in the world today when he collides with Floyd Mayweather Jr in September 14 in Las Vegas as they both wins in their May 4 fight. Alvarez, who has been vocal about his willingness to slug it out against Mayweather Jr, will finally get his wish and he looks determined to shock the world next year. The 22-year-old Mexican, who holds an impressive 42-0-1 record, is the current World Boxing Council light middleweight champion.
Alvarez is coming off a unanimous victory over Austin Trout last April 20 in San Antonio Texas. Earlier this year, Alvarez also scored a sensational knock down win over Josesito Lopez last September. While Alvarez is fresh from a sensational victory, Mayweather, who holds an unscathed 44-0 record, has been sidelined since May after serving jail time for the domestic violence charged against him.
In his last bout, Mayweather wins with a unanimous 12-round decision over Robert Guerrero on May 4 at the MGM Grand in defense of his WBC welterweight title. The Saul Alvarez-Floyd Mayweather is expected to be one of the best, if the not the biggest money fight next year. Mayweather will be the favorite to win, but Alvarez is capable of pulling off a stunning upset against the pound-for-pound king. Make sure to secure your Alvarez vs Mayweather tickets now to witness the explosive showdown between to established fighters next year.