WBC Prez Shakes Head: I’m Tired of Childish Actions By Canelo!

World Boxing Council (WBC) president Mauricio Sulaiman is shaking his head at the current open explanations that were made by Mexican whiz Saul "Canelo" Alvarez (49-1-1, 34 KOs), who a week ago issued an official statement to make it clear that he was NOT battling Gennady Golovkin for the WBC middleweight title. 

Canelo will confront Golovkin (37-0, 33 KOs) on September sixteenth at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. HBO Pay-Per-View will convey the card. 

Canelo is just intending to battle Golovkin for the WBA and IBF world titles. He is not paying any expenses to the WBC or IBO – which likewise have Golovkin as their best on the planet. 

Golovkin's handlers immediately issued their very own public statement, making it clear that GGG would safeguard each of the four world titles – paying little mind to Canelo's ability to battle for them. In the event that Canelo wins, he would catch the IBF, WBA titles and the WBC, IBO belts would likely wind up plainly empty. 

The quarrel amongst Canelo and the WBC has been fermenting since a year ago, when the Mexican star was the WBC middleweight champion. He asserts the authorizing body attempted to weight him into achieving a prompt arrangement for a required battle with Golovkin. Canelo claims he was debilitated with the probability of a satchel offer being called – so he abandoned the title. 

The WBC would then hand over the empty belt to Golovkin – an activity that rankled Canelo considerably further, in light of the fact that GGG caught the belt without really fighting for it. 

Back in May, Canelo rejected the WBC's ask for to have a memorial title belt in question in his battle with comrade Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. 

"The main thing that the WBC has done is bolster the vocation of Canelo inside and out, in his own and expert life. We don't recognize what is occurring or what the issues are. Possibly he got some wrong data. For the WBC, there is no issue," Sulaiman said. 

"No one was gotten off guard manhandled in the circumstance with Golovkin and there was no extra weight placed on Canelo. Despite what might be expected, there was adaptability for him. Golovkin is the champion and in the up and coming battle he will shield the title of the WBC."

"I've become weary of these youngsters' activities, Canelo tries to occupy consideration away from the fight and there is nothing there in terms of a problem. He ought to just devote himself to preparing and battling, in light of the fact that that is vital."