While Saúl “Canelo” Alvarez from Guadalajara received a purse of 40 million dollars in his most recent fight against the American C
While Saúl “Canelo” Alvarez from Guadalajara received a purse of 40 million dollars in his most recent fight against the American Caleb Plant, the WBC heavyweight world champion, the British Tyson Fury, is guaranteed a payment of 41 million dollars for expose before the mandatory challenger, Jamaican Dillian Whyte. European bag that serves as a thermometer to ratify the Jalisco world champion, Saúl “Canelo” Alvarez, as the boss of global boxing. The man from Guadalajara must charge more in his next commitment.
Fury’s bag is the offer presented by his promoters, Frank Warren and Bob Arum, to win the auction ordered by the WBC among interested organizers. Posted by Fightnews.com. Matchroom Boxing came to the WBC to compete with a purse of 32 million dollars. The president of the highest body, Mauricio Sulaimán, said that this is the highest purse offer in the history of boxing.
It seemed that for Warren and Arum everything was settled, after the auction the rumor spread that the fight will take place at Wembley Stadium in London on April 23. A stage with 90 thousand seats. But it happens that the challenger has not signed the contract that binds him to the fight, so the World Boxing Council has already set a deadline of February 21 for Whyte to commit to facing Fury.
The native of Huetamo, Michoacán, Leo Santa Cruz, enriched his prestige after defeating Abner Mares, from Guadalajara, former IBF Bantamweight, Super Bantamweight and WBC Featherweight world champion twice. It seemed that the rising career of the Michoacan would continue. In 2019, he won two world championship fights, however, in October 2020, at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas, he met the American Gervonta Davis, who knocked him out with a shocking uppercut. The WBA Lightweight World Championship, held by Davis, was in dispute.
Demoralized, Santa Cruz was inactive for more than a year, and yesterday he reappeared against Keenan Carbajal, in a 10-round Super Featherweight in Las Vegas.
By the way, Abner Mares’ last fight was the second setback that Leo Santa Cruz applied to him, in June 2018 in Los Angeles.
And that’s where I’ll be peeking.