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The Canelo Mayweather fight is scheduled for Sept 14th at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas starting is TBA but will most likely be at 6pm.
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MGM Grand Hotel & Casino 3799 Las Vegas Boulevard South Las Vegas, Nevada 89109.
Saul Canelo Alvarez Vs. Floyd Mayweather:
Following his unanimous defeat of Robert Guerrero this past Saturday in Las Vegas, Floyd Mayweather is scheduled to return to the MGM Grand for another bout on September 14th. All signs point to the highly anticipated fight between Mayweather and Saul "Canelo" Alvarez, the 22-year-old unbeaten world super-welterweight champion. Canelo is coming off of a victory over fellow unbeaten Austin Trout in front of nearly 40,000 fight fans at the Alamodome in San Antonio. The young Mexican star is clearly a massive draw and a matchup would Mayweather would be one of the most eagerly anticipated fights of the year. The fight is not official but comments by promoter Richard Shaefer, and Mayweather himself, point to the fact that the potential bout will happen.
"From what we saw from Floyd, it's going to take someone very special to beat him-someone strong, physical and a redhead," said Shaefer.
The redhead reference points to Alvarez who was given the nickname "El Canelo" due to his cinnamon color hair. The young fighter is extremely strong and physical, potential factors that make Alvarez a very interesting opponent for the undefeated Mayweather. With the Manny Pacquiao fights never materializing there are very few compelling opponents currently on the scene for the undefeated champion to fight. Mayweather has now defended his belt 21 times and is in need of a contender to spice up the super welterweight division.
After an extended period of time off the champion looked extremely sharp versus Guerrero, using his unparalleled footwork and defensive fighting skills to nullify the challenger. Guerrero, who typically averages over seventy punches per round mustered fewer than fifty per round versus Mayweather. He connected on only 19% of his punches as the undefeated champion put on his typical boxing clinic. Mayweather may not give the public the knockouts they desire, but he has no peer as a boxer and is in need of a real challenger.
Is that fighter Alvarez? The young Mexican is a tremendous talent but still very young. His fight versus Trout saw the opponent land a number of shots and the fight was closer than it was scored according to many experts. Alvarez has matured as a fighter but according to experts still showed some holes in his game versus Trout. He'll need to shore up his deficiencies and utilize his strength and youth versus Mayweather. If the fight does take place on Mexican Independence Day weekend as planned it will be a major draw and payday for both fighters.
Since his defeat of Hatton, Alvarez as defended his belt six times including victories over Ryan Rhodes, Shane Mosley, Josesito Lopez and Austin Trout. The last victory, over Trout, took place in front of 40,000 passionate fans at the Alamadome in San Antonio, Texas. The win over Trout and the obvious drawing power and fan base of Alvarez has made the potential Mayweather fight a likely reality. In the defeat of Trout Alvarez picked up the WBA Light Middleweight Title. Following Floyd Mayweather’s May 4th defeat of Robert Guerrero the next logical opponent for the champion is Alvarez. It will be highly anticipated fights that will draw a massive US/Mexican pay-per-view fan base. The big question is whether or not the young Alvarez can be the person to challenge the long time undefeated champion. Mayweather has defended his belt 21 times with very few tough challenges. The youth and power of Alvarez could very well be his toughest challenge in several years.
By: Chris Michaels