DMITRY BIVOL SHOCKS THE WORLD TO UPSET CANELO ALVAREZ
Saturday night. The world seemed like a foretold conclusion. We'll see the long-awaited trilogy between
Ivarez and his biggest rival Gennady Golovkin, most likely after Canelo's victory in September.
But that's why they fight, and Bivole enters the TMobile arena no matter what anyone other than him
thinks. He went into the Canelo crowd, executed his game plan, and constantly mixed attacks to upset
Alvarez and defeated him unanimously (115-113, 115-113, 115-113). Retains the WBA (Super) light
heavyweight title. DAZN News recorded 114,114 draws. Alvarez won his 16th straight for the first time
since Floyd Mayweather Jr's decision in September 2013.