Canelo Alvarez defeated IBF middleweight world champion Daniel Jacobs by way of twelve round decision from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Alvarez won the first four to five rounds handily, but appeared tired around rounds six to ten, give up round after round with his only break being
Super featherweight prospect Ryan “Kingry” Garcia (17-0, 14 KOs) of Victorville, California looked the best he has in a disappointing 2018 as his new trainer Eddy Reynoso accompanied him to victory over Braulio Rodriguez (19-4, 17 KOs) of the Dominican Republic. Garcia knocked out Rodriguez in the fifth round at 1:14.
Sorry to announce to all my fans I will not be fighting due to something I was not in control of. We trained 2 months for this fight, we made weight easily. Really don’t know what else to say but I’ll be back SHORTLY ??? — Vergil Ortiz Jr. (@VergilOrtiz)
On Thursday, Sept. 13, two days before the highly anticipated rematch between Mexican superstar Canelo Alvarez and Kazakh wrecking ball Gennady “GGG” Golovkin, another battle between Mexico and Kazakhstan will take place in the super lightweight division as Pablo “El Demoledor” Cesar Cano (30-7-1, 21 KOs) faces Ruslan Madiev (12-0, 5 KOs) in the 10-round main event of the Sept.