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Nephew of “Canelo” poised for pro debut

Nephew of “Canelo” poised for pro debut

At a press conference held at “La Parrilla de Don Chep’s” restaurant in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Johan Álvarez, nephew of WBC super middleweight champion Saúl “Canelo” Álvarez, announced his upcoming professional boxing debut.

Accompanied by his mentor, legendary trainer José “Chepo” Reynoso, the Jalisco boxing prospect, announced that next Saturday he will make his debut at the Jalisco Stadium, where the legend Julio César Chávez will perform for the last time in a fight of exhibition against Héctor “Macho” Camacho Jr.

Smiling and with great enthusiasm, the 17-year-old, who as an amateur fought 24 fights, all won, 20 of these by knockout, said he was ready to go pro.

Johansen Álvarez Suárez, son of Gonzalo Álvarez, brother of “Canelo”, who also had the opportunity to get into the ring, plans to shine his own light in boxing, guided by his coaches “Chepo” Reynoso and Marcelo López.

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