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30 Apr 2016
Canelo Alvarez, the lineal middleweight champion of the Khan vs Canelo Live Stream world, will confront Amir Khan, a welterweight who was thumped oblivious by Danny Garcia and Breidis Prescott, on Saturday, May 7 live on HBO pay-per-view at a venue yet to be resolved. 
Yes, that is a genuine article that is going on. No, you are not having a terrible dream, and no, you are not by any means the only one who feels like everybody required in making the battle is crazy. 

Event: Pay Per View HBO Boxing

Player: Saul Canelo Alveraze vs Amir Khan

Date: 7th May, 2016

Place: T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada

Live Stream/TV:

Falling off the greatest win of his vocation, it's brilliant for Alvarez to search for a major name adversary for his next gig. His choice win over Miguel Cotto a year ago raised his officially prominent in the game, and with the vacuum left by long-lasting megastar Floyd Mayweather Jr's. retirement asking to in any event somewhat be filled, the time is a good fit for Alvarez and his handlers to twofold down on endeavors to help Canelo be the man to do it. 
Keeping in mind it's actual Khan has enough just about star energy to possess all the necessary qualities, the entirety of the heaviness of his body alongside his going with expertise set and capacity does not mean a trustworthy adversary. 
It's fearless of Khan to take the battle. Boxing has offered numerous such case of valor throughout the years, and Khan's ability to venture inside the ring with Alvarez is nothing at all to criticize. At the point when a man will participate in a challenge where his just genuine trust begins and finishes with blind good fortune, he ought to be lauded for it. 
On the other hand we ought to in any event not chuckle. 

Be that as it may, it's absurd to trust Khan stands any genuine chance against Alvarez. He doesn't wear anything's through the span of his vocation to recommend he has any business being in the ring with such an adversary, and he didn't look especially great against the light-hitting Chris Algieri in his last battle. 
Alvarez is no Algieri. He's to a great extent considered one of the better contenders in boxing today, and he's just showing signs of improvement. 
This isn't to imply that he's incredible. There's an immeasurable sea of distinction amongst him and, say, what Mayweather was at amid the last a portion of his vocation. Cash was an intellectual of boxing mechanics. He was the best of his time and barely started to sweat while encapsulating it. 
Alvarez is still a youthful star who hasn't yet achieved his maximum capacity. Regardless of what cap he wears to the ring on battle night, he's not the best. 
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Being the best is more than wearing a cap, however Alvarez is en route. 
Furthermore, Khan is a decent welterweight. Be that as it may, he's sufficiently bad for us to think about how he'd toll against bigger rivals. Correct? 

We needed to see Mayweather against such mammoths since we pondered exactly how awesome he was. We don't ponder that about Khan. On the off chance that anything, despite everything we ponder whether he's even one of the main three welterweights on the planet. He's surely not beaten anybody to recommend he may be, and he doesn't appear to demonstrate he's the best 147-pounder from the United Kingdom. 
Khan versus Kell Brook is the battle that would do that. Khan versus Alvarez is unadulterated limited time jabber. 
Still, styles make battles, as the truism goes. In any case, even in taking a gander at the battle from this edge, Alvarez versus Khan has neither rhyme nor reason. Alvarez is an overwhelming hitting contender with a huge amount of hand pace and enough foot pace to get him where he needs to go to utilize it. His blend punching is brilliant, and he's as skilled protectively as whatever other contender on the planet. 
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Khan, then again, has blazingly quick hands however little power and even less capacity to stay out of damage's way when he utilizes it. The main way he endures longer than a couple rounds with Alvarez is whether he runs quick and sufficiently far from the activity when the chime rings to make the session a footrace. Indeed, even all things considered, Alvarez would likely track him around the end of the battle. 

There's truly no other approach to put it. I'm a quintessential positive thinker with regards to battle matchups, yet for the life of me I can't see whatever other route around detesting this battle. 
Apologies, boxing fans, however Canelo versus Khan will be a blockbuster victory, one that will be sold to you by profiteers as a honest to goodness battle between equivalents yet one essentially built to add more excitement and fabulousness to the 25-year-old Alvarez's resume. 
It's an undesirable and pointless bungle between two contenders with conspicuous names yet little else in like manner. Regardless of how Khan vs Canelo Live thoroughly advanced, how extravagant the press visit, how splendidly cut the HBO special video resources end up being or what number of crazy Sugar Ray Leonard versus Marvin Hagler correlations that lead promoter Oscar De La Hoya tosses out from the platform previously, this battle is thoroughly bunk.


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