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Saul Alvarez is looking likely to face Paul Williams in September according to various sources, one of those being Goldenboy head honcho Richard Schaefer. Yahoo recently reported that negotiations between both sides were going well, and that an announcement will be made early this week.

A fight between Canelo and Williams is appealing for a couple of reasons. First, it continues Alvarez's steady climb in opposition. That is not to say that I rate Williams more than Mosley in the scheme of things, more that Williams is less on his way out than Mosley; he's only thirty years old. The second reason is that it would be an interesting style match up, like any Paul Williams fight, as Williams has a height advantage on Canelo. It is another obstacle for Alvarez to contend with, and it will be interesting to see how he does so.

Williams has fought twice since his devastating KO loss to Sergio Martinez, beating Erislandy Lara (technically) and Nobuhiro Ishida. The former world champion is desperate to prove that the Martinez loss doesn't discredit him as a world-level fighter, and beating Saul Alvarez would certainly do that. The trouble is, I don't think he can beat Canelo.

We should hear something official over the next couple of days. If you were hoping that James Kirkland would fight Alvarez next, don't worry. James is just being cautious about his comeback following shoulder surgery and he should be back in the ring in October.