would win the highest pay of his career by next fight

Saúl ‘The cinnamon‘Alvarez would win the highest amount in his career in his next fight in view of Caleb Plant, when the super middleweight titles (168 pounds) will be unified.

According to ESPN, this fight, to be held next September 18 on Las Vegas The United States would be one of the most important for the Mexican because in economic matters it would take him to the clouds.

In fact, the boxer would be winning the largest purse of his career as the first reports indicate that he would be returning to the Pay per event (pay-per-view) for the contest against Plant.

And it is that being a free agent, after deciding at the end of 2020 from Golden Boy Promotions, was offered an agreement with the company Premier Boxing Champions (PBC) by American Al Haymon.

With this, the Mexican boxer would be guaranteed the highest payment of his career so far, which would take him to the clouds of boxing.

“Canelo” wants the four titles of the same division and for that he must challenge Plant, who is managed by Al Haymon and PBC, a company that initially wanted to sign him for two or three fights, but apparently the agreement would only be for one fight that would go on pay-per-view on Fox.

The journalist Mike Coppinger also announced this Tuesday that the agreement is close and that the pay would be the best in the career of “Canelo”.

Part of the agreement, not yet signed, could include a guaranteed bag of $ 40 million and percentage of what is generated in the payment per event, with which it could reach or exceed the $ 50 million.

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After his separation from Golden Boy, the tricolor has made his last three fights with DAZN and Matchroom, of Eddie Hearn, who seems that for this fight he would be as co-promoters, but the hand will be led by PBC, who will be offering him the best bag guaranteed lifetime of $ 45 million to $ 50 million.

Finally, the best bag of the Mexican was against Gennady Golovkin, where he got around 40 million dollars, and in his last fights the Mexican had been charging between 30 and 35 million dollars.

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