His feat of undisputed champion is matched by two other boxers

Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez He made history when in November 2021 he won the International Boxing Federation (IBF) super middleweight title from Caleb P

Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez He made history when in November 2021 he won the International Federation (IBF) super middleweight title from Caleb Plant and became the first Mexican and fighter in the category to win the unified titles of the division.

The Mexican presumed to the world to be the best pound for pound in the world and to be the only boxer in the world to have all the belts of the most important organizations that govern boxing in the world, but that record has already been matched by other fighters.

Now, there are already two other boxers who achieved the same feat as : be the unified monarchs, but in their respective categories. These are Jermell Charloat 154 pounds and Devin Haney at 135.

In the case of chaton May 14, he won the unification of the super welterweight titles after knocking out the Argentine Brian Castano and snatch the sash from the World Boxing Organization (WBO) to add it to those he already had from the WBC, WBA and IBF.

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To these names was added Devin Haneywho went to Australia to win a unanimous decision over the local george cambosos and take away the undefeated, in addition to becoming the undisputed monarch of the 135 pounds. The American conquered the WBC, WBO, WBA, IBF and WBC franchise lightweight titles to reach a record of 28-0 (15 KOs).

To this list could be added the name of Errol Spence Jr. either Terence Crawford, who would be close to agreeing to a fight for October in search of being the undisputed welterweight champion (147 liveries). Spence Jr, has the WBC, WBA and IBF titles, while Crawford owns the WBO.