From Allan Fox: A rematch between Saul Canelo Alvarez along with Floyd Mayweather Jr. Might be a $1.5 billion Struggle, according to Golden Boy Promotions CEO Oscar De La Hoya. Canelo wants the rematch to avenge his loss. Demonstrably the huge money the struggle would pull in certainly helps.
Mayweather made a guaranteed $41 million due to his struggle with Canelo six decades ago in September 2013, a struggle that was won by Floyd Jr. with a 12 round majority decision by the dozens 116-112, 117-111 and 114-114. Since they believed that Mayweather easily won the estimate that watched the fight a draw 114-114, CJ Ross, was criticized by Boxing fans for her score.
“In case Floyd Mayweather makes the decision to come straight back, a struggle with him and Canelo could possibly be a $1.5 million struggle,” De La Hoya said to TMZ Sports.
Mayweather finding its way straight back again once again to struggle Canelo’s odds are minimal. The perception is that Mayweather (50-0, 27 KOs) will do anything to prevent from getting beaten. Mayweather’s unbeaten record rsquo; s possibly been beaten during his career from his struggle against Marcos Maidana and Jose Luis Castillo. Those were believed robberies in the opinion of a great deal of Boxing fans, where the fighter, Mayweather, has been given wins over both of these. Mayweather looked shot at his last two fights against MMA fighters conor-mcgregor along with tenshin Nasukawa.
A rematch with the shooter to pieces Mayweather probably isn’will happen, but Canelo consistently gives rematches into the 3 fighters [Gennady Golovkin, Erislandy Lara along with Austin Trout] that did actually be at him at days gone by but weren’t given wins.
$300 million was supposedly earned by mayweather because of his fights. With the way raised amount of money that Boxing events pay in these times, it’so potential that a Canelo vs. Mayweather rematch could make enormous money. $1.5 billion is hard to trust, because has stopped fighting in Boxing suits against fighters out of that spot. Mayweather is currently hustling to build fights against MMA fighters in Boxing events. Fans continue paying to see them, although they rsquo; r e horrible mismatches.
It’s unlikely that the 42-year-old Mayweather will go back to the ring to fight Canelo at middleweight, that is clearly the sole weight class the struggle could get made. Canelo is huge and he wouldn’t even be ready to empty right down to 154 or even 152 lbs, which is the burden they fought at in 2013. Mayweather
Since Mayweather is completely over the hill only at that time in his Boxing career, and just interested in arranging battles against kick boxers in exhibitions, De La Hoya needs to setup a rematch Canelo and Erislandy Lara, as he was clearly on the receiving end of a contentious decision to Canelo at July 2014. This has been quite a blatant violation, as was the very first Canelo vs. Gennady Golovkin struggle. Canelo only landed 31 head shots in the struggle.
In case Mayweather were to consent to a rematch with Canelo, then one can just imagine all of the stuff he would put in the contract for the struggle. A catchweight would be a given. Even a re-hydration would also be from the contract Canelo could put straight back on after weighing .