Breaking: Canelo Alvarez Reportedly Exiting Haymon for Hearn Deal; Crawford Hits Free Agency!

02/26/2024 - No comments

Insider sources like Rick Glaser, Mike Coppinger, and Salvador Rodriguez have sparked excitement with news about Canelo Alvarez (60-2-2, 39 KOs), the current ruler of the super middleweight division. Talks of intense fights with Jermall Charlo, David Benavidez, and Terence Crawford under the PBC banner have fizzled out. Now, there’s buzz that Canelo is considering a return to Matchroom, setting his sights on heavy-hitters Edgar Berlanga and Jaime Munguia for future battles.

As the focus shifts, all eyes are on WBA lightweight champion Tank Davis, who is gearing up to defend his title against Frank Martin in a much-anticipated PBC pay-per-view event, following closely on the heels of the March 30 spectacle.

Terence Crawford is now navigating his career as an independent fighter, after his short-lived affiliation with PBC for a rematch with Errol Spence came to an end. Crawford (40-0, 31 KOs) had previously joined forces with PBC for another round against the ex-unified welterweight king Spence.

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However, Crawford’s journey hit a bump when he underwent cataract surgery last January, putting a pause on the highly awaited rematch. Coming off a victory over Spence last July, the demand for Crawford, a champion in multiple divisions, to announce his next move is mounting.

Crawford had once eyed an audacious move across three weight classes to take on Canelo for the super middleweight title. Canelo, however, dismissed the idea, leaving the boxing world in suspense about Crawford’s next strategic move.