Saúl “Canelo” Álvarez lived a curious moment in the warm-up, prior to his fight with Caleb Plant, in which he asked to remove the song “Everything about you” from Rauww Alejandro to put Manna.
“Who brings the music?” Asked the Mexican while he was stretching. “Put me Manna, mijo, what a fucking lack of respect ”.
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Canelo wanted to be in tune with the songs of the group headed by Fher Olvera, who was the one who accompanied him to the ring while singing his version of “The king“.
Saul He is not an enemy of reggaeton, since on several occasions he has been seen with the singer J Balvin, who was even invited to his wedding and accompanied him to the ring in his fight against Avni Yildirim.
At her wedding with Fernanda Gomez sang the bachata singer, Prince royce, like the Mexican group Manna.
He has also shared backstage moments of his fights with other references of the genre such as the Colombian Maluma.
However, on previous occasions he had already shown his preference for going out with Mexican music and interpreters for his fights.
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In his combat against Callum smith came out to the rhythm of Mexico Beautiful and beloved, while in his presentation before Billy joe saunders, Saul came out in the middle of a regional music show spearheaded by the Aguilar: Pepe father and son, and Angela.
Also the band music singer, Beto Vega, he composed a song called The champion.
Canelo asked that they take everything away from you
Rauww Alejandro He is a Puerto Rican singer and is one of the recent stars of reggaeton. “Everything about you”Became his success that took him to stardom and brought him international fame.
The song was all the rage on social media and Youtube, where it exceeded 400 million views.
“All of You” made him the winner of six platinum records in the United States and a gold record in countries such as Mexico and Argentina.