Former WBC world junior middleweight champion will look to rebound from his 12-round majority decision loss to Floyd Mayweather Jr. against Alfredo Angulo. The 12-round fight will be televised on Showtime Pay Per View. It is understandable that Canelo is being matched with Angulo, a lesser experienced boxer who needs to prove many things yet. But putting them up in a PPV fight might not be a good idea.
Alvarez, was given a boxing lesson by Mayweather when they met Sept. 14. But because of questionable judging from Las Vegas’ C.J. Ross, Alvarez won six rounds on her card, and what should have been a unanimous decision for Mayweather resulted in a majority decision.
The fight with Angulo (22-3, 18 knockouts) is the first of what Alvarez (42-1-1, 30 KOs) hopes will be three ring appearances in 2014. The original plan was to face Miguel Cotto, but he rejected a multi-million dollar offer from Golden Boy, preferring to wait until early June and a possible fight with Sergio Martinez in New York.
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