Saúl “Canelo” Álvarez defeated Caleb Plant in a knockout round and became the first Mexican boxer to unify the four most important super middleweight titles with a weight of 168 pounds.
Mexico City (proces.com.mx).– Saúl “Canelo” Álvarez defeated Caleb Plant in the historic 11th round of the knockout round, becoming the first to unify the four most important super middleweight champions at 168 pounds The rising Mexican boxers (WBC, WBA, WBO and IBF) are in the boxing world.
More than 16,000 people witnessed the fight between Caleb Plante and “Canelo” Alvarez at Las Vegas’ MGM Grand Arena. Alvarez won the fight.
The following 12 rounds were agreed upon by “Canelo” Alvarez: World Boxing Council (WBC), World Boxing Associations (WBA), and World Boxing Organizations (WBO). Plante’s belt International Boxing Federations (IBF) was also involved.
The 31-year-old Saúl Álvarez entered the game with a 56-1-2 record, in which 38 games were won by KO, and his opponent Caleb Plant (Caleb Plant) in 2014 He started his career in 1989 and took 12 KO to his account.
“Canelo”, a Mexican wrestler, showed more safety and strength in the first round. Plante, however, increased his fist strength in the fifth round but did not injure Canelo.
Already in the 11th round, Canelo connected a crochet hook to Plante, and he wanted to stand up. But the Mexican quickly closed the loop and was done. Guadalajara’s Boxer finished 11th for his career.
At the end of the battle, Saúl “Canelo” Álvarez said he was happy and grateful. “It means so much to me. He is the first Latino to be united. It is a great honor for me and for Mexico’s history. Enter the history of unity” and identify his opponent. It took me awhile to figure it out. The plant is a great warrior. His respect is my greatest admiration.”