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Canelo vs Golovkin: the nickname you didn’t know about the Mexican boxer

Written in ANOTHER SPORTS the 9/12/2022 3:17 p.m. Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez will return to the ring this Saturday, September 17, against Gennady


Written in ANOTHER SPORTS the 9/12/2022 3:17 p.m.

Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez will return to the ring this Saturday, September 17, against Gennady Golovkin.

‘Canelo’ is one of the most recognized athletes in Mexico. In addition, he is one of the best Mexican boxers of all time.

After having great battles in the ring, Saul it has been possible to lead a good life full of luxuries; however, he does not forget his humble origins, which is why he has always had charitable acts.

The Mexican boxer was born in the city of Guadalajara, Mexico, where he grew up to become a great champion. In those years, the young Saul Alvarez It was known in another way, since it has another name.

The other nickname of ‘Canelo’ Álvarez

Few people know that Saul Alvarez has another name, which spawned a nickname that no one knew.

The full name of the Mexican boxer is: Santos Saul Alvarez Barragan and as a child the people close to him told him: ‘Saints’, since he was a cheerful and tender infant.

His nickname ofl ‘Canelo’ he owes it Joseph Reynosor, who brought him to professional boxing and gave him this nickname that has become famous throughout the world.

‘Canelo’ trains hard to defeat Golovkin

In their social networks, He has shown his training with different videos or images.

Through his Instagram account, a few weeks ago he shared a video in which he shows his speed to remove blows.

He even shared a photograph, where he shows off his spectacular marked body, after having finished one of his workouts.

The prices for the fight “Canelo” vs. GGG

The T-Mobile Arenathe stage where the show will take place between the Mexican and the Kazakh, will be divided into three zones: ground floor (ringside), first floor and second floor.

The ticket prices They range from 14,000 Mexican pesos (704 dollars) to 100,000 Mexican pesos (5,000 dollars).