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On Saturday the boxing world watched Floyd Maywweather beat Miguel Cotto, and right before that they saw Saul Alvarez score a win over Sugar Shane Mosley. Mayweather and Alvarez were both impressive, and people have been saying for months that the two are on a collision course.


According to WBC president Jose Sulaiman, the two are going to meet sooner than we think. Saul Alvarez is young and although his record boasts experience, he still has a lot to learn. Nevertheless, Sulaiman thinks the Mexican is ready for Mayweather. He told BoxingScene.com:

“Canelo has shown he’s ready to fight anybody. But to give him an opportunity to fight and win, I would recommend that no fight (with Floyd Mayweather Jr.) happen before one year from now.”

Alvarez impresses me more each time I see him fight, but has he really shown he can fight absolutely anybody? Could he fight Manny Pacquiao, for instance? Sure, I guess he could fight him, as in share ring space with him, but I don't think he'd win. Even 2013 seems a little optimistic for him to fight Floyd Mayweather, and besides, before that happens we need to see the Alvarez vs Chavez Jr Mexican superfight.