Oscar De La Hoya on When and Where The GGG vs. Canelo Rematch Will Happen (Video)

We knew this epic rematch would happen, now it appears we’re inching closer towards a formal announcemnt. Oscar De La Hoya has all but guaranteed a rematch between Saul “Canelo” Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin, and it’ll happen on a major Mexican holiday weekend. Nothing has been confirmed official — but in this video from TMZ

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Report: Canelo, Golovkin Closing In On Deal For Super-Fight

I’m not sure the extra two-days will do anything to get a deal done. According to ESPN.com’s Dan Rafael, the camps of middleweight champion Canelo Alvarez and unified titleholder Gennady Golovkin, have accepted an extension of the deadline, to make sure the showdown happens. Alvarez won the lineal world middleweight title, and the WBC belt,

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Canelo Hit With $9M Lawsuit Over Alleged Mexican Street Fight

Canelo Alvarez is back in the news, but for the wrong reasons. TMZ Sports is reporting that a Mexican boxer is suing Alvarez for $9 million over a street fight in Mexico back in from 2011. The man behind the lawsuit is Ulises Solis — a former IBF light flyweight champ — who claims Alvarez

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Mayweather on Canelo Rematch: He Already Got His Ass Whupped by Me

Floyd Mayweather has no intentions of giving anyone he’s ever beaten a rematch, pointing out that he’s blissfully retired. Canelo Alvarez and his promoter, Oscar De La Hoya, were both singing the money tune after Saul defeated Miguel Cotto to become the Middleweight champion of the world. Hoping to talk their way into another huge

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Cotto-Canelo Weigh In Highlights (Video)

All the talk is over, as the pride of Puerto Rico and Mexico finally hop on the scales, in advance of tomorrow nights epic Middleweight showdown between Miguel Cotto and Canelo Alvarez. Here are some highlights and video from the jam-packed weigh in. The face off #CottoCanelo pic.twitter.com/jmchl41cLd — BlackSportsOnline (@BSO) November 20, 2015 .@RealMiguelCotto

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Cotto vs. Canelo: Official Fight Purses Announced

Miguel Cotto is the bigger star in Saturday nights matchup against Canelo Alvarez, and the purses reveal that as well. According to According ESPN.com’s Dan Rafael, Cotto will make a purse of $15 million, while Alvarez is set to earn $5 million — in addition to revenue from Mexican television. Official purses for #CottoCanelo per

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Oscar De La Hoya, Jay Z Make $100K Bet On Cotto-Canelo

One of the biggest fights in years will have some extra meaning behind it. Oscar De La Hoya of Golden Boy Promotions and Jay Z, of Roc Nation Sports, are putting their money where their mouth is. Jay Z reps middleweight champion Miguel Cotto, and De La Hoya believes in Canelo Alvarez — son on

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Q&A With Canelo Alvarez Before His Mega Fight With Miguel Cotto

Canelo Alvarez took time from his training camp in San Diego to participate in a Q&A discussing his mega-fight against Miguel Cotto on Saturday, Nov. 21 from The Mandalay Bay. The event will be produced and distributing live by HBO Pay-Per-View beginning at 9:00 p.m. ET/6:00 p.m. PT. He sat down for a Q &

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