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Canelo-Chavez have no belts, so WBC made them one

A year after Saul Canelo Alvarez vacated his WBC middleweight title to avoid a fight with Gennady “GGG” Golovkin, the World Boxing Council have created a special commemorative title for Canelo and Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. to fight over on May 6 on HBO pay-per-view at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

A year after Saul Canelo Alvarez vacated his WBC middleweight title to avoid a fight with Gennady “GGG” Golovkin, the World Boxing Council have created a special commemorative title for Canelo and Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. to fight over on May 6 on HBO pay-per-view at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The WBC felt that the Canelo-Chavez Jr. was such an important belt, they chose to create a belt for the fight. So far, the move by the WBC to create a made up belt for the Canelo vs. Chavez Jr. fight hasn’t been a popular one with the boxing fans. They view this move as the WBC helping out Canelo because he wouldn’t take the risk of fighting WBC champion Golovkin to win a belt. The new WBC title could wind up in Golovkin’s trophy cabinet later this year if Canelo’s promoters at Golden Boy Promotions allow him to face GGG in September.

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Boxing News Results thinks it makes Canelo and Chavez Jr. look REALLY bad with them fighting for a made up belt by the WBC. I think I speak for a lot of boxing fans when I say this move makes Canelo and Chavez Jr. look bad in them allowing the title to be on the line.

It’s not a good look for Canelo to be fighting for the WBC’s made up belt, because he’s been seen as ducking GGG for the last 2 years. By accepting a specially created belt from the WBC instead of fighting Golovkin for his WBC middleweight title, it puts Canelo in the worst possible light you can imagine.

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