“Nobody can compete with this Canelo,” Canelo Alvarez fearlessly charges forward unfazed by the identity of his next rival

Canelo Alvarez has no complaints about his next opponent, as he is fully aware of his capability of winning over anyone who comes in his path.


“Nobody can compete with this Canelo,” Canelo Alvarez fearlessly charges forward unfazed by the identity of his next rival

Canelo Alvarez vs Jermell Charlo (Image via The Sporting News)

Following his convincing victory over Jermell Charlo in Las Vegas last month, Canelo Alvarez has maintained his position as the undisputed super middleweight champion, further solidifying his legacy as one of boxing’s all-time greats. 

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Alvarez, who is frequently described as boxing’s top talent, has twice competed at light heavyweight, showcasing his tremendous adaptability. With his previous three fights occurring in the super middleweight division, it appears that he has settled in at 168 pounds. Fans are eagerly anticipating his upcoming bouts and wondering who can truly challenge the Mexican boxing sensation because of his extraordinary skill, tenacity, and dominance in the ring.

When asked about his next opponent during an interview, the fighter revealed that it doesn’t concern him. The Mexican is extremely confident about his current momentum and doesn’t think anybody will be able to beat him in the future. He said, “I don’t f**** care… Nobody can compete with this Canelo.” 

When it comes to Canelo Alvarez‘s future opponents, there are many speculations among fight fans and pundits. With two fights remaining on his deal with PBC and his status as one of boxing’s biggest stars, However, until official announcements are made, the boxing world will eagerly await news on who will step into the ring with Alvarez next.

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Will Canelo Alvarez fight David Benavidez next?

David Benavidez would probably be the top candidate for a matchup with Canelo Alvarez if he could defeat Demetrius Andrade in a convincing manner on November 25 in Las Vegas. Benavidez has been promoting a bout with Alvarez for a while now. He is recognized for his exciting fighting style. His most recent notable victory, against Caleb Plant in March, at the age of 26, demonstrated his credentials as a strong opponent. On the other hand, if Andrade can get himself in the running to face Alvarez next, he can pull off the unexpected against Benavidez.

Canelo Alvarez (Image Courtesy: Marca)
Canelo Alvarez (Image Courtesy: Marca)

The former two-division champion has long been one of boxing’s opponents to be avoided. Andrade is a skilled southpaw with 32 professional wins and is difficult to find in the ring. Andrade, who is now 35 and competing in his third weight division, will have the chance to prove his mettle in the big match he’s been waiting for.

Other choices for Alvarez include the super fight Terrance Crawford for which ‘Bud’ has shown massive interest after his win over Errol Spence Jr. A rematch with Dmitry Bivol is also something the Mexican might be thinking about in order to his revenge over the light heavyweight wright.

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