Canelo vs. Angulo PPV:
Okay, so this fight from the get-go was a rebound fight to show the world that Canelo is an elite fighter and isn’t at the peak of his potential after coming off of a devastating loss to the undefeated Floyd Mayweather. From round one Angulo looked sluggish and completely out of it compared to Canelo who seemed to be fighting angry with a point to prove. Seeming to be a shutout victory in the making for Canelo after landing countless jabs, hooks and uppercuts at will, the two fighters exchanged a flurry of combinations that evidently woke the sluggish Angulo up. The newly shown aggressiveness from Angulo excited the crowd in round six but in reality at this point, Angulo needed a knock out to win this bout. Canelo, up against the ropes by the flurries via Angulo showed some Floyd Mayweather-esc shoulder rolls; showing that he picked up some knowledge from his previous defeat and did not what-so-ever take Angulo seriously. Dropping his hands and taunting the frustrated Angulo only made the win that much more dominant for Canelo. After Angulo’s corner made the announcement that if Canelo lands another 3 punch combination on Angulo they would throw in the towel, Canelo landed a devastating uppercut that ended the fight via TKO. Angulo walked into this fight as the underdog and walked out as a shell of his former self, lacking punching power, speed and accuracy the entire fight. Dominant win for Canelo, using Angulo as a stepping stone to further his chase for more WBC championships.
Winner: Canelo via TKO, Round 10