Alvarez has used his walkouts during his champion reign to show love to his Mexican roots. This time, Alvarez seized the day to clarify one of the best-selling Latin pop/rock groups of perpetuity, Maná, and mariachi music in general.
After a brief video plan, the broadcast cams made their way down a tunnel of lights where a lone figure stood, surrounded by and colorful LED screens. That guy, the diva of Maná, Fher Olvera, began singing El Rey, a renowned mariachi song.
After Olvera, and the crowd at MGM Arena, sang the very first verse, Canelo Alvarez rounded the corner of the tunnel and showed up for the very first time. Clothed in head to toe in golden gear, Alvarez sent a clear message that he is going to become champ
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – NOVEMBER 06: Canelo Alvarez walks into the ring before his champion bout for Alvarezs WBC, WBO and WBA very middleweight titles and Plants IBF very middleweight title at MGM Grand Garden Arena on November 06, 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images).
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See as Canelo Alvarez makes his way to the ring as he tries to end up being the first-ever undeniable super-middleweight champ.
Canelo Alvarez is the biggest name in boxing now, and he will stop at absolutely nothing to seal his name into boxing history permanently. After a big win in May over Billy Joe Saunders, Alvarez is the WBA, WBC, and The Ring super-middleweight champ. 6 months later, Alvarez will see Caleb Plant, the current WBO super-middleweight champion, standing throughout the ring from him and be just one win away from ending up being the first-ever undisputed super-middleweight champ.
With the weight of such a big match comes a big walk-out.
Canelo Alvarez is serenaded by the voices of thousands and the lead voice of Maná.