World champion in Middleweight for the WBC, WBA, IBO and Ring magazine Middleweight champion Mexican Saul Alvarez (50-1-2, 34 KO’s) is preparing for a fight against rocky Fielding, which will be held on December 15 at Madison Square Garden in new York.
Saul Alvarez and rocky Fielding
At stake in this battle – the title of “regular” WBA champion in the super Middleweight division, which now belongs to the Fielding.
A fragment of a workout, Alvarez has published on his page in Instagram.
Recall, Alvarez called his main goal in Boxing. According to Alvarez, he wants to win titles in three weight classes.
Boxer also commented on svy upcoming fight against rocky Fielding.
“Fielding is a strong fighter. He has long arms, he’s tall. My team is doing everything to avoid surprises in the duel with him. It is no secret that I’m a better boxer, I have more experience, but I risk when I go against a world champion in another weight and due to this risk become equal.
I want to go down in history. I have to join the ranks of those boxers who became Champions in three weight categories. That’s why I took this fight,” – reports the words of Alvarez, BoxingScene.
We will remind, on September 15 in Las Vegas held a rematch between Saulem Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin, which the Mexican won by decision.
Saul Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin
The fight lasted all 12 rounds, after which the judges gave the victory Alvarez: 115-113, 115-113 and 114-114.
So Alvarez became the new world champion on the average weight, taking away all the titles Golovkin. For Kazakhstan it was the first defeat of his career.
The first fight between Golovkin and Alvarez ended in a draw.
As reported by the portal Znayu, Golovkin was booed in Las Vegas after losing to Alvarez.
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