Canelo hits Paris and has released a short video to highlight his trip to France as part of an overall trip across Europe.
Last week the Mexican boxing star was in Rome – this week he’s in Paris.
He’s been having an extended trip across Europe following his controversial draw with Gennady Golovkin back in September in Las Vegas.
Speculation is strong that the fight is heading back to Las Vegas again. At the same arena of the T-Mobile Arena too.
The bout for the middleweight world title is expected to happen next May with negotiations now entering an advanced stage it is understood.
Canelo is taking it easy for the being though and brought out an interesting new video today to highlight his first trip to Paris:
Fairly solid editing work there.
It’s hard to believe that Canelo is still only 27 when you consider how long he’s been a professional fighter for – over a decade now.
Since turning pro all the way back in 2015 he’s compiled an admirable professional boxing record of 49-1-2-34KO to date.
A resume that includes fights with the likes of Floyd Mayweather, Miguel Cotto, Gennady Golovkin and Shane Mosely to name just a few of the star names he’s competed again thus far.