Mayweather vs. Canelo Undercards Final

Mayweather v Canelo: undefeated champions face off in Time Square - video

Most likely to be the biggest fight on the planet for 2013 and possibly ever, the Floyd Mayweather Jr. (44-0-0 26KO’s) vs Saul “Canelo” Alvarez (42-0-1 30KO’s) undercards are now final. The big attractive fight night will be September 14 live from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The boxing world was thrilled when the co-main event was announced. Once the world found out that Danny Garcia (26-0-0 16KO’s) was going to take on Lucas Matthysse (34-2-0 32KO’s) boxing fans knew this was definitely “the One” best pay per view boxing event not to miss. Two of the most anticipated fights of the year on one night. Brilliant Golden Boy!

The news was really good and looking to be added to the mix was the name Austin Trout willing to take on anyone to give him another chance to get a piece of Canelo. After all the hype of Trout doing business on the Mayweather vs Canelo card it looks like he will not be a part of the action inside the ring come September 14. Too bad, after all the possibilities Garcia vs Matthysse is the savior of the undercards.

Ishe Smith (25-5-0 11KO’s) the only Las Vegas born boxer to ever hold a title will take on the tough as nails Carlos Molina (21-5-2 6KO’s). Carlos Molina gives anyone he faces fits in the ring, so don’t be surprised if he is holding a belt by the end of the night.

Ashley Theophane (33-5-1 10KO’s) will take on Pablo Cesar Cano (26-3-1 20KOs). Pablo Cesar Cano just suffered a loss to the legendary “Sugar” Shane Mosely, and split decision loss to Paulie Malignaggi. Cano plans to rebound and continue to pursue a climb to the top of his division.

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