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Saul Canelo Alvarez
Saul Alvarez whose real name is Santos Saúl Álvarez Barragán is a Mexican Professional boxer in the Middleweight Division. Saul stands 5 ft 9 with a 71 inch reach.
Canelo's current record is fifty-one fights, forty-nine wins, one loss and one draw. Thirty-four of his wins have come via knockout. Alvarez hails from Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico and has an Orthodox fighting stance.
In 2005, at the age of fifteen, Canelo became the Junior Mexican National Boxing Champion. He has an amateur record of forty-four wins and two losses.
Canelo's professional debut fight took place on October 29, 2005, where he scored a TKO eighteen seconds into the fourth round on Abraham Gonzalez at the Arena Chololo Larios, Tonalá, Mexico.
Canelo PPV bouts
Here have been seven Canelo PPV fights to date. His first Pay Per View fight was on September 14, 2013, against Floyd Mayweathr Jr. The fight had 2,200,000 buys with a revenue of $150 million dollars. All together Canelo PPV bouts have brought in 5,913,000 buys and $375,000,000 in revenue.
Álvarez vs. Trout
Took place on April 20th 2013 at the Alamodome. All three judges favored Alvarez as the winner but the fight itself was closer than anyone expected.
Álvarez vs. Mayweather September 14, 2013
Álvarez, The Ring Magazine's no. 1 rated Light Middleweight and unified WBC/WBA "regular" Light Middleweight Champion and took on Floyd Mayweather on September 14th 2013 at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas. Floyd defeated Alvarez in a twelve round decision.
Billed as "The One" the Mayweather vs. Canelo" PPV brought in 2,200,000 PPV buys and had a revenue of $150 million dollars. Tickets for the fight went as high as $30,940 on the secondary market and became one of the most expensive sporting events of all time.
Canelo vs Angulo March 8, 2014
Alvarez fought Angulo on March 8th 2014. Alvarez won the fight in with a tenth round stoppage. Billed as "Toe To Toe" the Canelo vs. Angulo Pay Per View brought in 350,000 PPV buys and had a revenue of $20 million dollars.
Álvarez vs Lara July 12, 2014.
Álvarez vs Lara fought on July 12th 2014 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas in a non title match. Both fighters were aggressive as Alvarez was able to cut Lara in the seventh round with a left uppercut. With two judges scored the fight 115-113 in favor of Alvarez and one scored 117-111 in favor of Lara. Billed as "Honor and Glory" the Canelo vs. Lara Pay Per View brought in 325,000 PPV buys and had a revenue of $17 million dollars.
Álvarez vs Kirkland May 9, 2015.
James Kirkland and Alvarez met on May 9th 2015 at the Minute Maid park in Houston Texas for a non-title super welterweight bout. Alvarez was able to knockout Kirkland in the third round.
Cotto vs. Canelo November 21, 2015
The Miguel Cotto vs. Canelo Álvarez fight took place on November 21, 2015, at the Mandalay Bay Events Center, Paradise, Nevada. Miguel "Junito" Cotto came in with a 40–4 (33 KOs) record to Saúl "Canelo" Álvarez's 45–1–1 (32 KOs). Canelo won the fight by unanimous decision in twelve rounds. The fight billed as "Cotto-Canelo" had 938,000 PPV buys and had a revenue of $58 million dollars.
Canelo Vs Amir May 7, 2016.
Canelo Alvarez will defend his middleweight championship against Britain’s Amir Khan in Las Vegas on May 7 and the new T-Mobile Arena. The Canelo Alvarez Amir fight will be for the Lineal, Ring and WBC Middleweight World Championship titles. The fight has been titled “Power vs Speed”. In round 6, Canelo landed a devastating right hand that knocked out Khan. Billed as "Power vs. Speed" the Canelo vs. Khan Pay Per View brought in 600,000 PPV buys and had a revenue of $30 million dollars.
Canelo Vs Smith September 17, 2016.
It was announced on June 24, Álvarez will drop the extra pound to 154 and challenge 27 year old, WBO World champion Liam Smith (23-0-1, 13 KOs) from England on September 17 in the main event on an HBO PPV card. Alvarez vs Smith tickets averaged $551.00 per ticket. After the Liam Smith fight Saúl "Canelo" Álvarez is expected to announce the 2017 Canelo Alvarez vs Gennady Golovkin fight. Billed as "Canelo-Smith" the Canelo vs. Smith Pay Per View brought in 300,000 PPV buys and had a revenue of $20 million dollars.
Canelo Álvarez vs. Julio César Chávez Jr May 6, 2017.
The Julio César Chávez Jr. vs. Canelo Álvarez took place at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on May 6, 2017. After twelve rounds the 48–1–1 Canelo Alvarez was declared the winner over the 50–2–1 Chavez Jr unanimously by all three ringside judges. Canelo Álvarez vs. Chávez Jr tickets averaged $1275.00 per ticket with ringside seats going as high as $34,000.00. Billed as "Civil War" the Canelo vs. Chávez Pay Per View brought in 1,200,000 PPV buys and had a revenue of $80 million dollars.
Gennady Golovkin vs. Canelo Álvarez September 16, 2017.
After Canelo Alvarez had defeated Julio César Chávez on May 6, 2017, by unanimous decision on 120-108 on all three scorecards, Golden Boy Promotions announced that the biggest fight of the year is on. The twenty-six-year-old Canelo Alvarez (49-1-1, 34 KOs) and the thirty-five-year-old Gennady Golovkin (37-0, 33 KOs) will finally meet in the ring. The fight, billed as "Supremacy" will take place on September 16, 2017, at the T-Mobile Arena. Titles on the line for this bout will be WBA (Super), WBC, IBF, IBO, The Ring and vacant lineal middleweight titles. On Wednesday, June 21 it was announced that Canelo agreed to the IBF title but said "no" to the WBC title in the Gennady Golovkin fight. If Canelo loses the September 16 Golovkin fight, there is a rematch clause in his contract. Golovkin does not have this clause in his contract. Canelo vs. GGG Tickets, as well as the T-Mobile Arena seating chart, are available now.
Canelo Alvarez is currently ranked eighth on RingTv's Pound for Pound all weights best boxers in the world. In 2013, ESPN called Canelo the "The last best contender." Canelo Alvarez is currently promoted by Oscar De La Hoya's Golden Boy promotions until 2020.
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