Saúl Canelo Alvarez Net Worth & Biography

Canelo Alvarez Net Worth

Saúl “Canelo” Álvarez is a Mexican expert fighter. Álvarez is a triple hero and has held a few big showdown titles. These incorporate ‘World Boxing Association (WBA) Super,

He has held the ‘World Boxing Council’ (WBC) and ‘The Ring Championship.’ He has held the lineal middleweight titles (since 2018).

He held The ‘WBA (Regular)’ super-middleweight title (since December 2018). Alvarez held the ‘Global Boxing Federation’ middleweight title (since May 2019). He held the ‘WBA’ the ‘WBC’ and ‘The Ring’ light middleweight titles previously.

From 2016 to 2017, he held the WBO light-middleweight title. He stayed undefeated in his initial 43 expert sessions.  He won 30 by knockout. As of December 2018, ‘BoxRec’ placed him as the world’s best dynamic fighter. ‘The Ring’ placed him third. The ‘Boxing Writers Association of America’ positioned him eighth. ‘BoxRec’ stood him as the world’s best dynamic middleweight fighter.

Canelo Alvarez Biography

Santos Saúl Álvarez Barragán was born on July 18, 1990).  He is a Mexican expert fighter. He has Irish ancestry in his blood, making him look more European than Mexican.

Go Pro For More HighlightsAlvarez started boxing at the age of 13. He liked boxing after watching elder brother Rigoberto Alvarez’s professional debut as a boxer.

In 2004, he won the silver award at the Junior Mexican National Championships, held in Sinaloa. He turned into the 2005 Junior Mexican National Boxing Champion in Tuxtla at 15 years old. His beginner record was 44-2 with 12 knockouts.

Álvarez turned proficient at 15, not long after his title at the Junior Nationals.  At that point, his coaches, Chepo and Eddy Reynoso, couldn’t discover appropriate junior rivals. In his initial 19 months as an expert, he took out eleven of his 13 reported adversaries.

They included everyone that was more established. In any case, the senior Reynoso expressed in 2013 that Álvarez had bouts in ten additional occasions. In that period, he won each of the ten by knockout. These battles were so inadequately archived. It was not worth the difficulty of trying to have the record corrected. His weight vacillated in three years as an expert. This includes two reported battles inside the light welterweight breaking point of 140 lbs. He then settled in the welterweight division at 147 pounds.

He has held the WBO light-middleweight title since 2016, just as the Ring magazine and lineal middleweight titles since 2015 before he held the WBC light middleweight title from 2011 to 2013.

The WBA (Unified) and Ring light middleweight titles in 2013. He won the WBC middleweight title from 2015 to 2016. As of December 2016, Álvarez is positioned as the world’s best fighter, pound for pound, by BoxRec. He was placed eighth by The Ring, and tenth by the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board.

Canelo Alvarez Net worth

As of 2020, Saul Alvarez’s net worth is roughly $120 Million dollars.

Saul “Canelo” Alvarez is probably the most brilliant star. He has amassed a lot of wealth.

There is scarcely any enclosing stars present that rivals the name of Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.

To fight, Alvarez implies a presumable overwhelming payout. In any case, Alvarez has just made sure about his compensation for years to come. The starfighter marked a five-year, $365 million arrangement with DAZN in October 2018. He last fought in November. He knocked out Sergey Kovalev in the eleventh round to win the WBO light heavyweight.

Here’s how Alvarez has amassed his fortune and remains among the wealthiest competitors on the planet.

Starting on July 9, Alvarez has total assets of $94 million, per Forbes. He is the fourth-most compensated competitor. He falls behind a trio of soccer stars Messi, Ronaldo, and Neymar. The next nearest fighter is Anthony Joshua.

Alvarez’s agreement with DAZN the most significant agreement by any competitor. Not until Mike Trout scored a 12-year, $430 million arrangement with the Angels.

As indicated by Celebrity Net Worth, Alvarez has total assets of $120 million.

Alvarez has stashed a lot of high-dollar income from past fights. He brought home an estimated $12 million for the fight against Floyd Mayweather Jr. on Sept. 14, 2013. he included $25 million for the fight against Amir Khan on May 7, 2016. His two actions against Gennadiy “GGG” Golovkin, against whom Alvarez got him $70 million. Alvarez’s made $85 million in three boxing contracts.

Alvarez has various endorsements

Alvarez began his contract with Under Armor in 2012. He wore their garments during battles and preparing. The contender’s gloves have been Everlast since 2014. Alvarez has shown up in ads promoting the company.

He later consented to an arrangement with Tecate. It is a Mexican lager maker claimed by Heineken in 2016. That arrangement was empowered by his promotion company, Oscar de la Hoya’s Golden Boy Promotions.

Alvarez later partnered with Hennessy, a cognac maker, in 2017. He battles under the mantra “Never Stop. Never settle.”

Alvarez is right now working with De La Hoya as his advertiser with Golden Boy Promotions. He initially marked with the company in 2010 after he had battled in 31 sessions. Alvarez and has worked with them from that point onwards.

Canelo Alvarez Social Media life

Alvarez is dynamic via social media, having amassed 1.5 million Twitter followers, 6.7 million on Instagram, and more than 3 million on Facebook. He shares reports on pleasant cause occasions.  He also shares forthcoming battles on his records platforms.


A man of Alvarez’s height can have any vehicle. He can choose which car to own based on his personal preference. Alvarez recently lived in San Diego. He however sold the six-room, seven-washroom 11,970 square-foot home in October 2015 for $6 million.