“Canelo” and Jacobs will start their promotional tour in New York

The Mexican Saul “Canelo” Alvarez, champion of the World Boxing Association (WBA) and his challenger, the American Daniel Jacobs, will begin next week the promotional tour for the fight that will face them on May 4 at the “T-Mobile Arena “in Las Vegas (Nevada).

The international tour includes the cities of New York, Mexico and Los Angeles, in that order.

The “Canelo”, with a record of 51-1-2 and 35 knockouts, will seek to capture the 160-pound title of the International Federation (IBF) owned by Jacobs (35-2, 29 out of combat).

“Canelo” and Jacobs will visit New York on Wednesday, February 27; They will then head to Mexico City on Friday, March 1, and then visit Los Angeles on Monday, March 4.

It will be a very brief tour compared to the one “Canelo” made with Floyd Mayweather for their fight in September 2013, when they visited 11 cities. USA, (EFE).

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