Dmitry Bivol adamant he’ll beat Canelo Alvarez

WBA light heavyweight champion of the world Dmitry Bivol is up for his biggest challenge.

The Russian is the next opponent of the undisputed super middleweight champion Saul Alvarez. The pair is scheduled to fight on May 7 at Las Vegas, US.

The majority of boxing fans and pundits believe Canelo will emerge victorious form the bout, but the undefeated Russian believes he knows how to pick apart the Mexican superstar.

“Some people think those fights didn’t go the way I wanted and weren’t the type of opponents that I wanted, but they definitely got me this fight, and I’m going to be in my best shape, and I’m going to be ready on May 7th to perform and do my best,” said Dmitry Bivol on his two recent lackluster fights against Umar Salamov and Craig Richards.

“I live in Russia, and I came here to prepare for the fight,” said Bivol.

“Because I believe in my skills every time when I come to the ring, I believe I can beat my opponent,” Bivol said when asked WHY he thinks he can beat Canelo. “Why, I couldn’t beat him?

“Of course, he has a lot of fun, and it makes him better than me on media, but he’s still the man and fighting on a lower category than me,’ said Bivol on the Mexican star.

“He has good power, but I have power too,” Bivol said of Canelo. “He has skills, but my skills are good too.”

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