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The Canelo Alvarez–Jermell Charlo fight had Canelo outclassing Charlo as he controlled the fight and landed fiery punches on the fellow undisputed champion. A round 7 knockout ended the brawl and Canelo emerged victorious.

JUST IN: Why Tim Bradley BOLDLY Says Terence Crawford has 30-40% Chance At Beating Canelo Alvarez In a recent episode of The Porter Way Podcast, ShowBizz The Adult and Actor Robert Ri’chard joined host, Shawn Porter to recap the fight and discuss which new fighter Canelo might lock his antlers with. Terence Crawford was brought up as a potential opponent.

Terence Crawford VS Canelo Alvarez

Crawford, known for his ability to switch comfortably between stances and being the top pound-for-pound fighter in the world currently, is also the undisputed Welterweight champion. What predictions do Showbizz and Porter make about a potential showdown between the two titans?

While discussing Saturday’s fight, Showbizz posed the question of whether ‘Bud’ could put up a better fight against Canelo than Charlo did. Having witnessed the bout first-hand and observing the rage with which Canelo destroyed Charlo, the musician himself did not believe that Crawford could take on Canelo after climbing not 2 but 3 weight classes. “I heard the punches he hit Charlo with. Don’t know if Crawford could absorb those punches. I know he is a great man, a great warrior, but you come from 147 to put up a better fight than Charlo?  Don’t even know what that means.”

Porter, however, did not quite agree. According to him, the fight was too short and Canelo was not challenged adequately. Had it extended to more than 9 rounds, Canelo’s punches would have fallen weak. That is where Crawford would enjoy his advantage after having given Canelo a hard time defending.

SEE MORE: Roy Jones Jr. sends warning to Terence Crawford after watching Canelo beat Jermell Charlo

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Who is Canelo Alvarez fighting next?

After the Mexican star gave fans a show of his power by taking down the younger Charlo twin, we are now curious about which fight he will pocket next. A few names such as Jermall Charlo, Terence Crawford and Dmitry Bivol pop up. Though Canelo does not seem to pay much heed to who he fights next, he is insistent on it being on Cinco de Mayo.

Jermall Charlo, who was originally to step up to Canelo before his twin took up the task, might decide to come out of his passive state for a fight with Canelo. Crawford, who secured a decisive win against Errol Spence Jr. might also get in the ring. The only concern was that he would have to climb three weight divisions from 147 to 168. A rematch with Bivol might also be made possible. Who do you want to see battling Canelo in his next match?

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The former world champion and now boxing pundit backs The Omaha native to come out on top against the Mexican if they finally meet in the ring.

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Can a boxer go up three weight classes and defeat one of the greatest fighters in recent history? While it seems pretty unlikely, the former two-class world champion and boxing commentator Tim Bradley believes it’s possible, when asked about the potential super clash between Terence Crawford and Saúl Álvarez.

Canelo defended his undisputed super middleweight crown in style against Jermell Charlo last weekend at T-Mobile, Las Vegas, getting a clear unanimous win decision.

The Mexican was the favorite going into the fight against Mell, as he was fighting in his natural weight division and his opponent had to transform his body and was inactive since May 2022.

Although he has been very criticized for his previous performances against Dmitry Bivol, Caleb Plant, Gennady Golovkin, and John Ryder, Álvarez displayed all of his aggressiveness and punching power to knock his rival down and ultimately get his hand raised.

 Terence Crawford VS Canelo Alvarez

Bradley picks Crawford to beat Canelo

Although Canelo wasn’t able to get the job done via knockout against Charlo, he managed to offer a good image inside the ring in a fight he dominated from the initial bell.

Now, most of fans expect Canelo to face either David Benavidez or Terence Crawford next. Those two are probably the two most-anticipated fights for Álvarez, and while a clash with The Mexican Monster would be hugely accepted by the boxing community, a bout with Crawford would undoubtedly be a great match.

The current pound-for-pound No. 1 would have to go from 147 to 168 lbs to challenge Canelo, but a win for the American would be one of the biggest ones the sport has ever seen and would make him undisputed champion in three weight divisions.

Tim Bradley feels that Bud would get the better of Canelo if he managed to execute the gameplan he used against Errol Spence Jr. in July.

SEE MORE: Roy Jones Jr. sends warning to Terence Crawford after watching Canelo beat Jermell Charlo

“I think Crawford will be a lot better on the inside than Canelo. Although Canelo is strong, I think that Crawford can be able to maneuver and push him in certain ways and get certain shots off, whereas a guy like Charlo didn’t have that ability” Bradley said to Fighthype.

“If he can go up to 168 and beat that Canelo Alvarez, that’s historical stuff, and I think that Crawford is willing to do it. He’s that crazy. I would back him because I think he’s different, and I know some of you will be like, ‘He’s your friend. You’re going to back him”, he added.

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Bradley believes that if Floyd Mayweather Jr. could dismantle Canelo’s strategy in 2013, Crawford could repeat that feat.

He has the skill set. I’m telling you, he does. No one thought that Floyd [Mayweather Jr.] was going to be able to do it against Canelo. Canelo was a lot bigger. I think he had to be at least 15, 20 pounds heavier than Floyd on the night of the fight”, he concluded.

Canelo will now have to decide who his next opponent will be. Benavidez will fight in November against Demetrius Andrade, while Crawford, who’s 36, will probably want to face Canelo now that he’s still in his prime.

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The boxing legend made an interesting comment after Canelo’s win

Boxing legend Roy Jones Jr. was among those in Las Vegas on Saturday night to watch Canelo Alvarez‘s victory over former-undisputed 154-pound champion Jermell Charlo.

The Mexican’s triumph was widely applauded as Canelo was once again dominant, with the same hunger for victory as always.

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Floyd Mayweather confronts reporter on better than Canelo stats

His rivals take him very seriously and not dare to discuss his name too much but now everyone is looking towards one of the sensations of boxing today, Terence Crawford.

Terence Crawford

That’s line of thought Roy Jones Jr. seems to be taking, “I think he’s a little big for Crawford,” Jones Jr. said to Fight Hub. “I’m not sure about that because Crawford has punching power and he’s sharp, but I think Canelo showed that he’s pretty big.”

Canelo parties at the club after beating Jermell Charlo

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Jones Jr. advises Terence Crawford to wait to fight Canelo and to test himself first against Charlo, who still holds three of the four major titles in his weight class after suffering the second loss of his career.

“If he does well against Charlo at the weight, then let’s see him move up and fight Canelo, yes, but not now. I want to see Crawford move up the weight classes and prove he can be dominant at 154.”

Before all that comes Crawford will have to face Errol Spence Jr., which would trigger the clause for a rematch.

After Canelo Alvarez successfully defended his super-middleweight championship against Jermell Charlo, the former YouTube star turned boxer Jake Paul sent him a warning.

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Since KSI and Logan Paul squared off in 2018, there has been a sharp increase in the number of influencers entering the ring. Sports streaming service DAZN stepped in in response to fans’ apparent interest and signed KSI’s Misfits Boxing to a five-year partnership to organize events featuring the top internet stars.

Canelo Alvarez vs. Jermell Charlo

Conversely, Jake Paul’s Most Valuable Promotions has adopted a different strategy of highlighting upcoming professional boxers. Paul has sparred with a number of professional fighters. Before meeting Nate Diaz, he shook hands with Tommy Fury, who had previously dealt him his first defeat.

Jake Paul challenges former world champion Canelo Alvarez

The YouTube star has now issued a warning to boxing world champion Canelo Alvarez as he prepares for his upcoming match. Jake Paul, a 33-year-old boxer, had a message for undisputed super-middleweight champion Jermell Charlo after the pair squared off on September 30 to defend his title.

Paul was questioned about the fight after the match to get his opinion. Paul was questioned about the fight after it had concluded. Paul told his fans to wait for Canelo to feel his power after being clearly unhappy by Charlo’s performance and punching force. Paul says, “Yeah Charlo is not really giving him anything, not really giving him that power. Yeah, wait till Canelo gets my power, you know? Just wait, brother.”

Jake Paul and Tommy Fury

Since KSI and Logan Paul squared off in 2018, there has been a sharp increase in the number of influencers entering the ring. Sports streaming service DAZN stepped in in response to fans’ apparent interest and signed KSI’s Misfits Boxing to a five-year partnership to organize events featuring the top internet stars.

Conversely, Jake Paul’s Most Valuable Promotions has adopted a different strategy of highlighting upcoming professional boxers. Paul has sparred with a number of professional fighters. Before meeting Nate Diaz, he shook hands with Tommy Fury, who had previously dealt him his first defeat.

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Jake Paul challenges former world champion Canelo Alvarez

The YouTube star has now issued a warning to boxing world champion Canelo Alvarez as he prepares for his upcoming match. Jake Paul, a 33-year-old boxer, had a message for undisputed super-middleweight champion Jermell Charlo after the pair squared off on September 30 to defend his title.

Canelo Alvarez vs. Jermell Charlo

Paul was questioned about the fight after the match to get his opinion. Paul was questioned about the fight after it had concluded. Paul told his fans to wait for Canelo to feel his power after being clearly unhappy by Charlo’s performance and punching force. Paul says, “Yeah Charlo is not really giving him anything, not really giving him that power. Yeah, wait till Canelo gets my power, you know? Just wait, brother.”

Canelo reacts to Paul’s warning

Most of Jake Paul’s callouts have been mostly ignored by Canelo Alvarez. But in an interview with the Full Send Podcast, the Mexican superstar provided a clearer response regarding the probability of a fight. Canelo said, “When I’m done with boxing [against world champions], why not? Maybe, maybe, I do it…I think it’s good. What happens is other people who never watched boxing, or don’t know anything about boxing, they wanna watch Jake Paul because he brings fans from other worlds. That’s good.’

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The clash between Canelo Alvarezand Jermell Charloscheduled for September 30 is generating a whirlwind of anticipation. As the event draws near, iconic former champion Mike Tyson has weighed in with his thoughts, envisioning Canelo‘s dominance over Charlo. However, Charlo, who is ascending two weight classes for a shot at Canelo’s undisputed super middleweight championship, remains resolute in the face of this forecast.

Charlo’s response to Tyson’s prediction has been nothing short of poised and self-assured. Acknowledging Tyson’s legendary status, Charlo stated, “Mike Tyson is Mike Tyson – he could say whatever he wants. He’s the GOAT, he’s a legend. It’s cool.” This acknowledgment of Tyson’s stature underscores the respect Charlo holds for the boxing greats who have paved the way before him.

Canelo Alvarez vs. Jermell Charlo

Charlo further expanded on his mindset, expressing his commitment to greatness and his aspirations to make 2023 a defining year for the sport. “And that’s the thing about me, I’m being great right now, I’m trying to be great and be the greatest that I could be, so to go in there and get a dude like Canelo out of there and just putting on bigger performances in 2023, it’s been the best year in boxing,” Charlo asserted. This unwavering determination showcases Charlo’s ambition to seize the moment and make his mark in the annals of boxing history.

Charlo’s powerful response to Tyson’s predictions

In response to Tyson’s words, Charlo also recognized the essence of competition. “I think I have nothing to worry about but Mike Tyson is the man. He could say what he wants to say but I got to get in there and fight, Canelo got to get in there and fight,” Charlo remarked. This acknowledgement of the true nature of the sport, where actions inside the ring speak louder than any pre-fight predictions, exemplifies Charlo’s focus on the task at hand.

Charlo‘s  preparations for the upcoming bout have been unwavering. “I’ve been training and I’ve been knowing about this fight, I’ve been had this fight locked in,” Charlo emphasized. With just over a month left, Charlo’s dedication to his training regimen showcases his commitment to delivering a performance worthy of the grand stage.

Canelo Alvarez vs. Jermell Charlo

Addressing any confusion surrounding the matchup, Charlo clarified that it was indeed him, not his twin brother Jermall Charlo, who was always intended to face Canelo. “It was Jermell Charlo fighting [Canelo] from the beginning,” he stated with conviction. As he points out his physique as evidence of his readiness for the challenge, Charlo reinforces his identity as the ‘big Charlo,’ poised to make an indelible mark

As the date approaches, the world of boxing eagerly anticipates the clash between Canelo Alvarez and Jermell Charlo. With Charlo’s unshakeable determination and the boxing world watching, the stage is set for an electrifying showdown that could reshape the course of the sport.