Canelo Alvarez vs. Caleb Plant reportedly is again on.
The tremendous middleweight titleholders, who broke off negotiations for a tentative Sept. 18 combat, have agreed to satisfy on pay-per-view on Nov, ESPN. 6 in Las Vegas, citing sources, is reporting.
The combat can be promoted by Premier Boxing Champions — a primary for Alvarez — and Canelo Promotions.
Alvarez holds three of the 4 main 168-pound titles and Plant has one, that means the winner would be the undisputed champion. That clearly was a motivating issue for the Mexican star, who has acknowledged his need to unify the titles.
Alvarez (56-1-2, 38 KOs) opened talks with gentle heavyweight beltholder Dmitry Bivol after negotiations with Plant broke down however, when no quick deal could possibly be reached, he pushed again his subsequent combat to November and re-focused on Plant.
Alvarez is coming off an eighth-round knockout of Billy Joe Saunders in May, which added one title to his rising assortment.
Plant (21-0, 12 KOs) final fought in January, when he defeated Caleb Truax by a shutout determination.