Canelo Alvarez calls for rematch after loss to Dmitry Bivol


Canelo Álvarez, the highest-ranked pound-for-pound boxer in the world, lost a unanimous decision to Dmitry Bivol on Saturday night, ending a 16-fight and nearly nine-year unbeaten streak. While Álvarez made no apologies for the loss, he made it clear he would like to come back as soon as possible.

“No excuses, I lost today; he’s a great boxer,” Álvarez said after the loss, via ESPN. “I felt his power. He goes in and he goes out. He manages his distance very well.

“I don’t feel like I lost the fight. … Personally, I feel like he only won four or five rounds. … We want the rematch, and we will do better in the rematch.”

Bivol, who won 115-113 on all three scorecards, said he had “no problem” with the idea of ​​a second fight with Álvarez.




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