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Canelo Alvarez Unveils Retirement Timeline After Jermall Charlo Fight Announcement"

In the wake of the latest news surrounding Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez’s upcoming fight, the boxing legend has offered insights into the remaining chapters of his illustrious career.

The anticipation for Canelo’s next Cinco de Mayo weekend bout reached a fever pitch, with names like Terence Crawford, David Benavidez, and Jaime Munguia swirling in speculation. Confirming the rumors, an announcement on Azteca TV indicates that Jermall Charlo is set to be the next challenger for the undisputed super middleweight champion on May 4th.

Jermall Charlo aims for redemption following his twin brother Jermell Charlo’s September defeat to Canelo, setting the stage for a compelling showdown.

Speaking to Azteca TV, Canelo looked beyond the upcoming bout and disclosed his plans for the final stretch of his boxing journey. With a remarkable record of 60 fights since turning pro at the age of 15, Canelo has lost only twice and knocked out 39 opponents. As reported by Fight Hub Marcos on X, the Mexican superstar expressed his intent to continue boxing for another five years.

Despite lucrative pay-per-view offers from networks in his home country, Canelo remains loyal to his Mexican fans by extending his partnership with TV Azteca for another year, allowing them to watch his fights for free.

As Canelo gears up for his next challenge against Jermall Charlo, fans are left to savor the remaining years of one of boxing’s most iconic careers.

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