Canelo Alvarez Vs. Avni Yildirim odds, picks , and predictions: After having to sit out for more than a year because of global pandemic, Saul Canelo Alvarez is getting back to action as he gets set against mandatory challenger Avni Yidirim in a WBA, WBC and The Ring Super middleweight title for Saturday night. The match will be Alvarez’s 2nd fight in 3 months, while Yildirim returns after a 24-month dismissal. The 12-round bout is awaited to start at 10 p.m. ET from Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Fla.
Alvarez, since returning pro in 2005, has compiled a 24-1-2 all-time record with his single loss against Floyd Mayweather Jr. in Sep. 2013. William Hill Sportsbook marks Alvarez as a -4000 favourite in the current Alvarez Vs. Yildirim odds, with the Turkish fighter having +1500 as the underdog.
Peter Kahn, A 2020 Boxing Writers Association of America Cus D’Amato Manager of the Year nominee, has assumptions on what’s doing on inside and outside of the ring. He has managed many world champions and manages 20 fighters recently. And, he can also be seen and heard on “The Fight Guys” weekly on YouTube.
Kahn is eerie when it comes to picking fights. He is an outstanding 32-8 on SportsLine boxing picks since the hiatus because of pandemic, coming back with a whopping $3472 to $100 bettors.
Kahn forecasted Ryan Garcia would K.O Luke Campbell in under 905 rounds in Jan. The result being Gracis knocking Campbell out in 7 rounds. In Dec. Kahn said Anthony Joshua would K.O Kubrat Pulev in the 3rd rounds, a 2-1 underdog pick. The result being Joshua delivering two 3rd-round knockdowns en route to a 9th round TKO. He also predicted legends Mike Tyson and Roy Jones Jr. would fight to a draw in Nov. And anyone who followed his prediction was rewarded with a strong 12-1 pay out.
In October, he also called one of the year’s largest upsets, forecasting Teofimo Lopez would stun Vasiliy Lomachenko to become the unified lightweight champion. Hence, Lopez outhit the the pound-for-pound king from the 1st bell, winning for a monster pay out. Anyone who followed his predictions won $350 for every $100 risked.
With Saturday’s match fast approaching, Kahn has researched Alvarez vs. Yildirim from every angle, pointed out the best value in the boxing odds and released highly confident picks.
Preview form Alvarez Vs. Yildirim match
Alvarez is in his prime, though he is 30-years-old when it comes to boxing. Since losing against Mayweather, he has been on a roll, winning 12 of 13 matches, with the one being a draw that he avenged later. He has 6 K.Os and 4 unanimous decision wins during that time. He is set on to unify the 168-pound division when he fights against Yidirim and Billy Joe Saunders for another unification bout in May.
Meanwhile, Yildirim was challenged twice for a world title: the IBO super-middleweight title (2017) and WBC Super-middleweight championship (2019). He gets another chance when he faces Alvarez. His first try against Chris Eubank Jr. finished when he was Knocked out in 3rd round at 1 minute, 58 seconds in 2017.
His 2nd try against American Anthony Dirrell went much better, although it finished with a split decision loss when the match was stopped because of cut above his opponent’s left eye.