Canelo Alvarez defeats Munguia to retain boxing titles with unanimous victory


Mexico’s Alvarez successfully defended his WBC, WBO, IBF, and WBA super middleweight titles against fellow Mexican Munguia in a unanimous victory in Las Vegas. Saul “Canelo” Alvarez retained his undisputed super middleweight champion status with scores of 117-110, 116-111, and 115-112 from the judges. He knocked down Munguia in the fourth round, marking the first knockdown of Munguia’s career.

After the fight, Alvarez praised Munguia as a great fighter but highlighted his own patience and skill in winning the fight. He mentioned that he could see every punch, indicating his superiority in the ring. This win brought Alvarez’s record to 61-2-2 and marked his fourth successful defense of his super middleweight titles.

Munguia, known for his knockout power, came out strong against Alvarez but struggled to break through the champion’s defense. Despite some moments of aggression, Munguia was ultimately unable to challenge Alvarez effectively. The fight showcased Alvarez’s skill and dominance in the super middleweight division, solidifying his status as one of the best fighters in the world.


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