IT’S become fashionable among the boxing hardcore to discredit Saul “Canelo” Alvarez, largely because of last year’s failed drug test and the measly punishment, yet it’s hard to pick holes in his record. And Daniel Jacobs, who aside from Gennady Golvkin is Canelo’s leading middleweight rival, is the latest elite opponent to challenge the Mexican superstar.
On the line is Canelo’s WBA and WBC middleweight titles alongside Jacobs’ IBF belt, making this a welcome unification contest – which on paper is fairly evenly matched – in a boxing year that has been largely forgettable so far…
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