Ryder: My career is on the rise, Canelo's is on the decline

John Ryder (32-5, 18 KOs) is doomed to lose by bookmakers, but he believes that on May 6 he will make a sensation and win Saul Alvarez (58-2-2, 39 KOs) in his Mexican ring.

John Ryder. Getty Images
John Ryder. Getty Images

Canelo will put all four super middleweight belts on the line, but this fight should be just a warm-up and an intermediate stop for him before a rematch with Dmitry Bivol. The Briton, in turn, is going to spoil all these plans.

"We're both getting older, but Canelo just had the worst year of his career and I just had the best. He lost to Bivol and then unconvincingly won against Golovkin. I defeated Daniel Jacobs and Zach Parker. Of course, Canelo is still a great game changer, I have a lot of respect for him, but I also believe in myself,” said Ryder.


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