Canelo Álvarez lived his most controversial year in 2022

2022 came to an end and with this it is time to analyze how the athletes have fared throughout the year, those who are frequently protagonists of the different disciplines.

Today is the turn to review the case of mexican boxer Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarezwhich is living in 2022 one of its most controversial years.

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Behind the defeat he suffered on May 7 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegasat the hands of Russian Dmitry Bivol in the 175 pound light heavyweight, Canelo once again knew what it is to lose a fight.

And it is that since September 14, 2013 when he faced Floyd Mayweather Jr. he had not suffered a defeat.

In front of Dmitry Bivol a before and after

possibly that The fight against Bivol marked a turning point in his boxing careerSo he gave him a reality check to be able to know what their areas of opportunity were; in addition to some credibility before his detractors.

Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez He had four months to be able to claim his name in a new fight and this time he chose to return to fight in the 168 poundsin which he would represent the bolt to the trilogy against Gennady Golovkin last september.

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Although he earned a unanimous decision victory against ‘GGG’the public was again left with a bittersweet taste by the exhibition before the Kazakh.

2023 year to demonstrate why it has come to be considered the best

After the fight against ‘GGG’, Canelo mentioned that he had an injury to his left hand and subsequently underwent surgery. it took him about 60 days before he returned to training.

He has a great challenge for 2023 to prove to himself that he can once again occupy the forefront of world boxing.

And is not for less, He has enough credentials and arguments to show why he is one of the best in the world of boxing..

Saúl Álvarez became the first undisputed super middleweight champion in the era of the four belts (since 1988) and has been first Mexican since Julio César Chávez (1992) to be recognized as the best pound-for-pound boxer in the world.

Canelo Alvarez He will return to the ring in May 2023, the rival is yet to be defined.

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