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Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez will proceed with plans to fight a Charlo in September.
Just not the one that everyone expected.
The undisputed super middleweight champion confirmed a deal in place to face Jermell Charlo atop a September 30 Showtime Pay-Per-View event from a yet-to-be-determined Las Vegas venue. Alvarez announced the fight Friday afternoon to end weeks of speculation and also dispel previously and widely believed rumors that he would next face WBC middleweight titlist Jermall Charlo.
“Undisputed vs Undisputed,” Alvarez posted in a direct-to-the-point tweet Friday. “Sept. 30 Las Vegas.”
The battle of undisputed champions will launch a multi-fight deal previously reached between Guadalajara’s Alvarez (59-2-2, 39KOs) and Premier Boxing Champions, as previously reported by Boxing Scene’s Keith Idec. Alvarez previously fought on the platform in November 2021, when he fully unified the super middleweight division following an eleventh-round knockout of unbeaten Caleb Plant atop a Showtime PPV from MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
The fight interrupted a five-fight stretch on sports streaming platform DAZN, where Alvarez returned for his next three fights after the win over Plant—all of which have aired on DAZN Pay-Per-View. He suffered a twelve-round defeat to WBA light heavyweight titlist Dmitry Bivol last May 7 at T-Mobile Arena, where he returned just four months later to outpoint Gennadiy Golovkin in their September 17 trilogy clash to defend his super middleweight championship.
Alvarez’s most recent fight was a long overdue homecoming May 6 in Zapopan, just outside his Guadalajara hometown. Alvarez outpointed England’s John Ryder over twelve rounds for the second defense of his undisputed championship. It also marked the fifth overall defense of at least two super middleweight titles since he won the WBA and WBC belts in a December 2020 unanimous decision win over Callum Smith.
The win over Ryder was Alvarez’s tenth overall fight on a DAZN platform—seven on the OTT app and three on its PPV arm. He was previously a staple of HBO and its PPV service before the cable giant bowed out of the boxing business in 2018.
Charlo (35-1-1, 19KOs) will move up from junior middleweight, where he holds all the major divisional titles. The two-weight jump will also come sixteen months after Houston’s Charlo last fought, when he stopped Brian Castano to fully unify the 154-pound division in their four-belt rematch last May 14 at Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, California.
Jermall Charlo (32-0, 22KOs) was believed to land the fight, which would have seen the older twin—by one minute—move up from middleweight where he still holds the WBC middleweight title. It remains unclear what is next in store for Jermall Charlo, who has not fought since a June 2019 unanimous decision win over Juan Macias Montiel (23-6-2, 23KOs) at Toyota Center in his Houston hometown.
Similarly, Friday’s announcement interrupts previously discussed plans for Jermell Charlo’s undisputed championship reign. He was due to next defend versus Australia’s Tim Tszyu (23-0, 17KOs), the WBO mandatory challenger who has fought twice this year while Charlo recovered from a broken hand suffered last December. The injury delayed their scheduled January 28 championship clash, with the fight due to take place on or before September 30.
The date remains in place for Charlo, though just not at his natural weight or with his titles at stake. WBO representatives did not immediately respond to a Boxing Scene inquiry seeking comment on how this will impact Tszyu’s overdue title fight.
Jake Donovan is a senior writer for BoxingScene.com. Twitter: @JakeNDaBox