Canelo Alvarez Career Profile and Records

The biggest fight of the year, Canelo vs GGG 3 will be on 17th September 2022. After spending more than half of his life as a professional boxer, Canelo Alvarez is finally known as the Pound King. He has won some of the best fights where his tactics and skills are simply unbelievable. He has his legacy and is named among some of the best and most renowned Mexican greats.

He started his career at the age of 15, and he has been in the sports industry for over 15 years. If you want to know more about Canelo Alvarez, let’s go ahead and unwrap each of the details, one by one.

A Glance at Canelo Alvarez’s Career Profile and Records

As we said above, Canelo started his boxing career at the age of 15 and recently, he has signed a massive 11-fight deal worth $365 million with DAZN. Yes, he negotiated the release from the deal after three fights and altogether became a free agent.

His first fight on DAZN exclusively saw the great Canelo become the three-division World Champion. In the same, he defeated England’s Rocky fielding at the Madison Square Garden venue.

The fight took place in 2018 for the famous WBA’ regular’ super middleweight title.

Also, Canelo did move a step back for unifying the middle division against Daniel Jacobs last weekend.

Going ahead in November 2019, Canelo became just the 2nd Mexican fighter to win the world title at the light heavyweight. This came after he knocked out Sergey Kovalev in one of the best fashion.

He is known for his lethal body shots, counterpunching, and smart tactics throughout his career. He won his first title against Matthew Hatton in 2011 for the Junior Middleweight championship.

On the other hand, his successful defenses were followed by his best win, which came against Shane Mosley.

Speaking about his training, he got trained by his father, who is regarded as one of the best coaches in the entire world.

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Canelo has shown his dominance among other boxers and has easily outperformed each of them.

He even continued his dominance by defeating Billy Joe Saunders to claim the Super Middleweight division. That added WBA along with WBC titles to his name with ease.

In the future, the star will look to outperform each of his counterparts and hold a new record with absolute pride and comfort.

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