Canelo must beat Bivol to face Gennady Golovkin in September.
The fight in Las Vegas versus WBA light heavyweight champion Sergey Bivol was a “beast” of a preparation for Eddie Hearn.
Canelo is no longer as fearsome as he once was as of this writing.
Over the span of three fights, Canelo’s face and upper body grew in size. As a result, instead of bulking up as he did for Golovkin and Kovalev, Canelo may go for cardio.
The battle between Golovkin and Alvarez may happen as soon as September. Canelo must pass Bivol “This is going to be a fantastic fight.
“Bivol is in excellent shape.” There is no question that Canelo will fight. The victor of this weekend’s fight will face GGG in September. In our view, Vegas will prevail.
Canelo Alvarez will leave a fantastic legacy, including a shocking victory at 175, as well as several appearances and amazing events across the world, when he takes on GGG in the third round.
It looks that he will defend his two world championships in either Mexico or London in December. Ryder defeated Daniel Jacobs, and the winner today is Buatsi vs. Richards.
Eddie Hearn, Alvarez’s promoter, believes Bivol will be his most difficult opponent to date.
Hearn added, “I need to witness the Bivol fight before I evaluate Canelo Alvarez vs. GGG.” Bivol was also in the room. Without a doubt, he is skilled with the d-pads. Since his bout with Floyd Mayweather, Canelo Alvarez has faced his most toughest opponent. “This is going to be a tough battle.”
In the 11th round, Bivol will defend his WBA super-middleweight belt against Alvarez. Artur Beterbiev, the undisputed light heavyweight champion, weighs 175 pounds and is a worthy opponent. Hearn considers himself to have a substantial advantage over Beterbiev.
Beterbiev is destined for both grandeur and oblivion. It would be an exaggeration to say that Dmitry Bivol’s combination of technical aptitude, intellect, and resourcefulness is unrivaled. Callum Johnson is the focus of Lesser Beterbiev Signs. When did Dmitry Bivol’s injury occur? How long has it been since Dmitry Bivol was thrashed? Never. Is Dmitry Bivol the ideal person for the job? “It will be incredible to behold.”
The DAZN Boxing Show includes talks with well-known fighters such as Eddie Hearn.
When Dmitry Bivol defends his WBA light heavyweight title against challenger Canelo Alvarez on May 7th on DAZN PPV, he intends to come out on top.
As far as Bivol (19-0, 11 KOs) is concerned, the 175-pound category is his weight class, and Canelo is entering his territory, therefore he must defeat him in order to retain his title.
Even while Canelo’s supporters believe that Bivol will be a slam dunk triumph, it’s clear that the Mexican superstar does not feel the same way.
He appears to be concerned about the next battle with the larger, more nimble, and mobile Bivol, and it’s easy to see why.
Canelo has done his homework on the Russian Bivol, in contrast to many of his admirers, and he believes that he will face the best opponent of his career.