Canelo Alvarez: “I lost, but I’ll take it like a man”


After the defeat of the Mexican Saul Canelo Alvarez (57-2-2, 39 KOs) from Dmitry Bivol (20-0, 11 KOs) in the fight for the WBA light heavyweight title, the loser appeared in front of a crowd of fans and assured them that almost everything was with him in order, and adversity only hardens.

“I want to tell you all that it doesn’t hurt me at all, said Canelo on his physical condition. “But my heart hurts a lot. Well… In this life, those who do not take risks and do not challenge themselves will never achieve anything. And the one who is afraid will become nothing.”

“I lost this time, but I have to take it like a man. You need to have balls to take it. It will make me much stronger, and, wait, you will see for yourself what will happen next, ”saul finished enthusiastically.

Roy Jones Confident Canelo Needs Third Golovkin Fight

Immediately after the fight, Canelo said that he “didn’t lose” and gave Bivol about four winning rounds.

One of the American coaches believes that Canelo simply underestimated Bivol.

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