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Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez wins over Jermell Charlo to retain his super-middleweight belt.

Canelo, 33, defeated the American by unanimous decisions of 119-108, 118-109, and 118-109 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas to retain his WBO, WBC, WBA, and IBF championships.

The Mexican knocked Charlo out in the seventh round to earn his 60th victory in 64 fights.

“I’m the greatest. Who is superior? “No one can beat Canelo,” he remarked.

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Charlo, 33, was the undisputed light-middleweight champion until the bout began, when he was stripped of his WBO title.

“I worked all the fight to go in the body,” Canelo stated after dropping Charlo for the second time in his career with an overhand right followed by an uppercut.

“That’s what happened when I changed the punch.” We worked hard for it.

“We know he’s a fantastic fighter.” He knows how to move in the ring, which we worked on for three months at the gym.

“Three months in the mountains, away from my family, away from everything.”

“However, I still enjoy boxing.” Boxing shaped me into the person I am today. Boxing is my passion.”

After stepping up in weight, this was Charlo’s second defeat in 38 fights.

“I just feel like I wasn’t me in there,” he stated. “This is boxing.” You can win some games and lose others.

“I’m pleased with myself. He didn’t throw me out. He hit me with very powerful blows.”

Tim Tszyu of Australia, who held the interim WBO light-middleweight championship and was Charlo’s mandatory challenger, was promoted to champion status once the fight began on Saturday.


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