All you need to know about Canelo Alvarez’s next fight, including where and when it will take place, the full fight card and updated odds.
Santos Saúl “Canelo” Álvarez Barragán, known to boxing fans as Canelo Alvarez, is the first and only boxer in history to become undisputed champion at super middleweight.
Alvarez’s latest defense of his titles came against John Ryder back in May 2023. For a third time in his career, he managed to defend all of his titles. The fight ended in a victory by unanimous decision for the Mexican.
Now, Canelo is set to gamble his four super middleweight championships against undisputed junior middleweight champion, Jermell Charlo. We will outline everything you could possibly need to know about this matchup, including the date and location of the fight, the full fight card and updated Canelo Alvarez next fight odds.
When & Where is Canelo Alvarez’s Next Fight?
Canelo Alvarez’s next opponent is Jermell Charlo. The fighters will come face-to-face on September 30, 2023.
Canelo’s next fight will take place at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. For those watching at home, the fight will air live on Showtime pay-per-view.
Alvarez vs. Charlo Fight Card
Here is the full fight card for September 30 at T-Mobile Arena.
|Canelo Alvarez||Jermell Charlo||Super Middleweight – Undisputed Title|
|Yordenis Ugas||Mario Barrios||Welterweight|
|Jesus Ramos||Erickson Lubin||Junior Middleweight|
|Elijah Garcia||Armando Resendiz||Middleweight|
Alvarez’s Thoughts on Charlo Fight
At the introductory press conference, Alvarez told the room he was “very happy to be involved in big fights like this.”
In response to his doubters, Canelo said “we’ll see if it’s true that I’ve lost a step…I didn’t look my best in my last two fights, but I know why and I’m ready for this fight. We’ll see what happens. We’re going to see something different.”
Canelo Alvarez Next Fight Updated Odds
Odds have been taken from BetMGM Sportsbook, arguably the best place for boxing betting lines.
Fight Result Odds:
As you can see, Alvarez is the overwhelming favorite ahead of September 30. A Charlo victory would be a major upset in the boxing world.
Canelo Alvarez Career Record
Alvarez’s next fight could be the 60th victory of his career, or the third loss of his career. His career record is currentyl 59-2-2.
If we break it down further, Alvarez has won 39 fights by TKO/KO and 20 wins by decision. He has won nine world titles in his illustrious career.
Who is Canelo Alvarez’s Boxing Trainer?
Eddy Reynoso is the current trainer and manager of Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez. The Mexican boxing coach is the son of Chepo Reynoso, who had trained Canelo since the beginning of his boxing career, at just 15 years old.
Reynoso is a globally recognized and respected trainer. In fact, he and Alvarez won Fighter of the Year and Trainer & Manager of the Year in 2022 following Alvarez’s undefeated run.