Timothy Bradley Jr.'s take - What Canelo Alvarez and Dmitry Bivol deserve to do to win - ESPN

super middleweight undisputed champion Canelo Alvarez moves up in weight to challenge easy heavyweight champion Dmitry Bivol for his WBA world title on Saturday on the T-cellular arena in Las Vegas (DAZN PPV, 9 p.m. ET).

This should be Alvarez's second battle at 175 kilos. In November 2019, Alvarez defeated Sergey Kovalev with the aid of 11th-round TKO to win the WBO belt. He later vacated that belt to proceed his quest at 168-kilos.

Alvarez (fifty seven-1-2, 39 KOs) defeated Callum Smith, Billy Joe Saunders and Caleb Plant to unify all 4 major tremendous middleweight titles, and hopes to do the equal at gentle heavyweight.

Bivol (19-0, 11 KOs) gained the WBA interim belt in 2016, but changed into elevated to "normal" champion in 2017 after Badou Jack vacated the title. In 2019 Bivol became improved to "tremendous" champion and has made three defenses of that belt.

"there may be a explanation why Alvarez picked Bivol," two-division champion and latest ESPN boxing analyst Timothy Bradley Jr. said. "it's the challenge as a result of Bivol is a greater equipped champion to upset Alvarez and Canelo just desires to face the choicest and be remarkable. He believes he's fantastic."

Bradley breaks down the matchup and picks the winner.

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