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Saul Alvarez

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Saul Alvarez net worth:
$25 Million
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Saul “Canelo” Alvarez is a Mexican boxer who has become WBC champion, considered by The Ring magazine as one of the best boxers in the category and the best pound for pound fighter of today.

Alvarez started boxing when he was 13 years old, this inspired once his older brother Rigoberto Alvarez, was fighting in a highly awarded competition.

Saul Alvarez

Saul will win his silver medal in the championship of Sinaloa, who was a youth national category. After a year, he won his first gold medal in the young Olympics of 2005, which were the Olympics dedicated to young people who meet the requirements and the necessary physical condition to compete.

His professional career began in 2008, when on August 2 he gets its welter title of the Latin American Federation a recognized organization of the World Boxing Association where he starts to gain popularity and fame in the World of Boxing. All because of the victory of Alvarez Carlos against his rival Adan Jerez.

In 2009 he comes to knock Tony “Mazatleco” Fitch, in Mexico City, at Scotiabank forum, where he consecrated himself as a boxer of high level in the North American Boxing Federation. That same year he knocks out Euri Gonzalez and wins the Welter title of the World Boxing Organization (WBO).

Saul Alvarez

Alvarez in 2011 faces Mathew Hatton, he manages to defeat him by a unanimous decision and keep the WBC super welterweight belt. This fight was seen in Anaheim, California.

Saul Alvarez has been awarded with many international awards including the superwelters of the WBC, WBA, The Ring and the WBO. And also having remarkable fights against recognized fighters such as Shane Mosley, Miguel Cotto, Floyd Maywheather Jr, Amir Khan and recently Liam Smith.

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Saul Alvarez

Saul Alvarez

Professional Boxer
Date of Birth
Jul 18, 1990(33 years old)
5 ft 8 in (1.75 m)
Santos Saúl Álvarez Barragán, El Canelo, The Cinnamon
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