Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez keeps camp open amid coronavirus pandemic
The Mexican boxer used his Instagram account to publish a picture of him announcing that he keeps working hard to be fit for his next fight in May or September.
Even though many live sports have been canceled around the world due to the coronavirus pandemic, many athletes keep working out by themselves at their homes to stay in shape. One of them is Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez who is scheduled to fight in May so he is continuing with his training camp and also urging people to please stay at home to prevent the virus from spreading.
The Mexican fighter used his social media account to show all his followers that he is currently staying in shape even though his fight in May might get canceled due to the Covid-19, “stay at home this is mine,” he wrote on a picture he published in his stories.
Canelo is scheduled to fight Billy Joe Saunders in May in Las Vegas, Nevada but that match may be canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. Yesterday The Athletic reported that when that match is officially cancelled the confirmation of the trilogy between Alvarez and Golovkin will be announced for September 12 at the AT&T stadium in Dallas.
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