Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez’s fans were confused after he posted a GIF with a message that was kind of NSFW, presumably a hacking had occurred. The message read: “I love you, you gorgeous daddy. Signs: Your Cucha.” A strange message that was paired with a classic goat GIF that uses a little too much tongue. People were instantly bewildered by the post, many were convinced he had just been hacked but something didn’t add up. About an hour later, the truth emerged. Alvarez’s phone was taken by his wife, Fernanda Gomez. It was only a matter of time before the famous boxer clarified what happened. He wrote: “My woman grabbed by cell phone, in case you were wondering.”
Instead of erasing the post, Alvarez left it there and people had a chance to continue the banter right under it. Some folks attempted to drag Conor McGregor to the conversation but the Irishman hasn’t responded yet. This attempt is because many want for Canelo’s next fight to be against Conor. However, the Mexican champion has repeatedly stated non-boxers are not on his level and he doesn’t want to waste any time with that. He also said in the past that he may consider these types of fights but only after he retires from the sport. Currently, Alvarez is at the top of his game and there are very few boxers who can challenge him for his Middleweight crown.
When is Canelo Alvarez’s next fight?
As far as the next fight for Canelo, the Mexican champion is eyeing a ‘Cinco de Mayo’ fixture with the possibility to face David Benavidez (27-0, 23 KOs) or Demetrius Andrade (32-0, 19 KOs). Both of these undefeated Middleweight boxers are fighting each other on November 25, whoever wins seems with the biggest chance to face Canelo in May. Any of the two who takes the chance to fight Alvarez would be a worthy chellenge for him. Both are undefeated and both are considered elite boxers in the same weight class. Although Benavidez is the favorite to win this fight due to his balance and for having a higher number of knockouts. For now, Canelo is enjoying life with his family and not wirrying about a thing.