Alvarez had been depressed since his second defeat of his career. He was compelled to direct the majority of his rage against his long-hated opponent Gennadiy Golovkin for their matchup in September 2022.
Even though it was harder than most anticipated, the pound-for-pound champion eventually put an end to their feud with a unanimous decision. Meanwhile, Bivol maintained his lead by outdistancing Gilberto Ramirez.
Overall, Alvarez has come to terms with his loss against Bivol and has promised to avenge himself in their next rematch. Alvarez will most likely first face John Ryder, the WBO interim super middleweight champion, in Mexico. If everything goes as planned, the 32-year-old has every intention of meeting Bivol in the second half of the year.
Numerous experts, however, believe that the Mexican fighter would be gravely mistaken if he chose to abandon his uncontested super middleweight kingdom once more in order to take on Bivol. Alvarez, however, intends to proceed with their rematch.
Many believe Alvarez cannot manage Bivol's complex offensive output because it is too confusing. Nevertheless, Alvarez indicated in a recent interview with ESNEWS that despite losing, he isn't apprehensive about taking against Bivol once more. In fact, he has a great deal of faith that things will turn out entirely differently this time.