Canelo Alvarez To Defend Four Super Middleweight Titles In September Rematch With Dmitry Bivol

Photo: Instagram/Canelo Alvarez 

Eddie Hearn, the promoter of Matchroom Boxing, confirmed that Canelo Alvarez will put his four super middleweight titles on the line in his September rematch with Dmitry Bivol.

Canelo, a former four-division world champion, has changed his mind about not defending his undisputed super middleweight championship in the rematch with Bivol.

If Bivol defeats Canelo, he will inherit the responsibility of defending against the winner of the March 25th David Benavidez vs. Caleb Plant fight and facing WBA 'regular' 168-lb champion David Morrell.

Photo: Instagram/Canelo Alvarez 

Bivol, who has a record of 21-0 with 11 KOs, will be the one who will need to deal with hardship this time, coming down in weight to 168 for the opportunity to relieve Canelo of his undisputed super middleweight championship.

If Bivol is successful, he will look to face IBF, WBC & WBO light heavyweight champion Artur Beterbiev for the undisputed championship at 175.

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Source: Boxing News 


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