Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez has become a free agent according to his manager and coach Eddy Reynoso who took to social media earlier today to announce the news, he wrote.
“In my role as a manager and coach of Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez, I allow myself to communicate to the boxing community and to all our fans, that starting today, November 6th, ‘Canelo’ becomes a free agent, so we are ready to continue his boxing career.
“All this time we have been working hard in the gym with a lot of responsibility and discipline, to be in great physical shape and ready to fight this year and it will be!
“We will announce a date, rival and place very soon, and we will return stronger than ever to keep growing and showing that Mexican boxing is the best.”
‘Canelo’ has been in a legal dispute with Golden Boy Promotions and streaming service DAZN. The Mexican superstar is seeking damages of at least $280 million after claiming he was denied guaranteed payments and suffered a loss of income due to not fighting since November 2019 when he knocked out Sergey Kovalev to win the WBO light heavyweight title.
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