Óscar de la Hoya’s praise for Canelo Álvarez for wanting to go up to cruiserweight


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De la Hoya elogió a Canelo Álvarez

Oscar de la hoya, President of Golden Boy Promotions, gave a compliment to Saúl “Canelo” Álvarez for wanting to go up to cruiserweight to look for another world championship.

“Respect to Canelo for seeking to make history, something that scares everyone “, wrote the promoter in his account of Twitter. “Live Mexico”.

Eddy reynoso, coach and manager of Saul, surprised in the Convention of CMB when making a formal request to challenge the cruiserweight champion, Ilunga Makabu.

This occurs after Canelo became the first universal champion at 168 pounds. On November 6, he knocked out Caleb Plant in the eleventh round.

He later said that in January 2022 he would begin planning his next fight, which is expected to be in May of that year.

Canelo and Oscar de la Hoya

The story of Óscar de la Hoya and Canelo Álvarez

At the end of 2020, Canelo Alvarez filed suit in court of USA against Golden Boy Promotions and DAZN.

After weeks of exchanges, the three parties decided to break the millionaire contract they had signed Saul months before.

Now the Mexican is a free agent and has signed with different promoters for four fights.

For the confrontations against Callum smith, Avni Yildirim and Billy joe saunders, signed with Matchroom from Eddie hearn.

While for his last showdown against Caleb Plant agreed with PBC from Al Haymon.

After the break between Canelo and From the pot, there has been strong criticism of both.

Saul came to accuse Oscar that the only thing I did in GBP was being drunk, while From the pot He said he didn’t understand how he got rid of the millionaire contract.

There was also a moment in which the Mexican-American promoter assured that he wanted to carry out a fight against Alvarez, who took it as a joke.


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