Yesaul Cinnamon Alvarez is currently the biggest star in the world of boxing, on May 7 last year he fought against Russian Dmitry Bivol for the world title. World Boxing Association The Mexican light heavyweight champion lost by unanimous decision, but came down below the ring by knockout.
Canelo is a fighter who is currently sells the most the one who brings in the most money, both in tickets, sponsorships and pay-per-view sales, but against Bivol, he didn’t do well at all.
The Mexican had an impressive PPV numbershe took over from Floyd Mayweather Jr and Manny Pacquiaobut against Bivol, he did not perform so well.
According to Dan Rafael, Canelo vs. bivol sold 550 thousand ppvContrary to DAZN’s expectations, the English company was forecasting about a million sales, the struggle was half that.
While these are not bad numbers that any other fighter would want, for the level and hierarchy of Canelo, they can hardly seem ordinary. Alvarez lost both in the ring and outside it.
Other Canelo numbers
To put into perspective what Cinnamon sold throughout his career, we’ll put the numbers in perspective.
Cinnamon vs. Golovkin I sold 1.3 million homes; Canelo-Golovkin II 1.1 million; Alvarez vs. Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. sold 1.2 million
Against Puerto Rico Miguel Angel Cotto 900 thousand houses were sold, against Caleb Plant – 800 thousand.
The lowest and highest numbers
Canelo’s lowest scores were against Billy Joe Saunders and Liam Smith; 400,000 were bought against former people, and barely 300,000 against Smith, very low numbers for a star who is a Mexican.
It turns out the largest, in which Cinnamon participated was against Floyd Mayweather Jr.that far on September 14, 2013, sales amounted to 2.2 million homes, the maximum that Aztec sold.
The record for the number of sales belongs to the struggle between Mayweather Jr and Manny Pacquiao with 2.6 million purchases.