What is Saul Alvarez Net Worth?

Saul Alvarez Net Worth is US$ 180 Million as of January 2023.

Net WorthUS$ 180 Million
Born:July 18, 1990 (33 Years)
Birth NameSantos Saul Alvarez Barragan
Nick NameCanelo
Height5′ 8″
Country of OriginGuadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico
Source of WealthMexican Professional Boxer
Marital StatusMarried
SpouseFernanda Gomez (m. 2021)
ChildrenEmily Cinnamon (Daughter), Saul Adiel (Son), Maria Fernanda (Daughter), Mia Ener (Daughter)
Famous ForMultiple world championships in three weight classes


Saul Alvarez’s net worth is estimated to be approx US$ 180 Million as of January 2023.

Saul Alvarez, a Mexican professional boxer, is his name. He has held three world championships, including the WBA, WBC, and Ring magazine unified middleweight titles, the IBF super-middleweight title, and the WBA middleweight title, since December 2018.

Time Line


Alvarez is ranked as the world’s best active boxer, pound for pound, by BoxRec and the Boxing Writers Association of America; fourth by ESPN; fifth by the TBRB; and sixth by The Ring. He is also ranked as the world’s best active super-middleweight by BoxRec, The Ring, TBRB, and ESPN.


Alvarez had signed a two-fight deal with Matchroom Boxing.


Alvarez enjoys playing golf; in 2020, he stated his intentions to retire from boxing by age 37 and “dedicate himself to his business and playing golf every day” in retirement.


Alvarez defended his WBA (Super), WBC, Ring, and lineal middleweight titles whilst obtaining Jacobs’ IBF middleweight title.


Alvarez won the one-sided bout via third-round technical knockout after repeatedly downing Fielding with body shots. Following the fourth knockdown suffered by Fielding, referee Ricky Gonzalez stopped the match.


Alvarez successfully defended the WBC title against The Contender competitor Alfonso Gómez at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, winning via TKO in the sixth round.


Alvarez established his company Canelo Promotions, in 2010, and his business partners are his trainers, father-and-son team Chepo and Eddy Reynoso.

Early Life

Saul Alvarez was conceived in Guadalajara (Jalisco), Mexico, on July 18, 1990. He learned horseback riding as a child on the family farm and continues today. Alvarez, the youngest of eight siblings, is also a professional boxer. His brothers include Ricardo Alvarez, Ramon Alvarez (welterweight), and Rigoberto Alvarez, the Interim WBA World Champion.


In the Vicente Fernandez Arena, Alvarez won by a TKO in the sixth round against Luciano Leonel Cuello for the WBC silver-light middleweight bout. Vicente Fernandez, a Mexican singer, gave Alvarez a horse.

Next, he fought Carlos Baldomir, the former WBC welterweight champion, at the Staples Center, Los Angeles, California, on the Shane Mosley Vs. Sergio Mora Undercard. Alvarez defeated Matthew Hatton, EBU welterweight champion, unanimously for the vacant WBC lightweight middleweight belt. HBO televised the fight from the Honda Center in Anaheim.

Alvarez successfully defended the newly-awarded WBC award in contradiction of Ryan Rhodes, Ring #4 ranked superwelterweight and current EBU Light Middleweight champion. Alvarez defeated Rhodes in Guadalajara (Jalisco) by a technical knockout victory. Alvarez won his title by a TKO in Round 6 against Alfonso Gomez, The Contender’s competitor, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. He also won the sixth round via technical knockout.

Alvarez moved back to middleweight to defeat Daniel Jacobs. Alvarez then moved two weights to beat Sergey Kovalev at the light heavyweight in 2019.

Saul Alvarez Net Worth Growth

Saul Alvarez net worth was US$ 138 million in 2017, increasing to US$ 180 million in 2023.

Net Worth in 2023US$ 180 Million
Net Worth in 2022US$ 200 Million
Net Worth in 2021US$ 185 Million
Net Worth in 2020US$ 170 Million
Net Worth in 2019US$ 155 Million
Net Worth in 2018US$ 145 Million
Net Worth in 2017US$ 138 Million


Here are some of the best highlights of Saul Alvarez’s career:

  • Given a horse by the mayor of Tepic 
  • Defeated Matthew Hatton in 2011 
  • He defended his title with a TKO in 2011 

Professional Boxing Record

62 Fights58 Wins2 Losses
By Knockout390
By Decision192

Favorite Quotes from Saul Alvarez

“I’ve learned from every single fight, every single opponent – some great fighters.”

Saul Alvarez

“You can have the best training, but just feeling full can make you sluggish and cause you to lose.”

Saul Alvarez

 “I’m focused on being the best, making history.”

Saul Alvarez

 “If you don’t take an opponent serious, they surprise you.”

Saul Alvarez

 “My job is to train hard, go fight, and do my best.”

Saul Alvarez

Frequently Asked Questions

Why is Canelo called Saul?

Canelo has another first name, the origin of his first nickname, given to him in the neighborhood where he grew up. His full name is Santos Saúl Álvarez Barragán, and as a child, people close to him called him: ‘Santitos.’

How many losses does Canelo Alvarez have?

As of January 2023, Canelo’s boxing record stands at 58-2-2 (39 KO wins).

How many belts does Canelo have?

Canelo has conquered 16 world champions. Some claim the Mexican’s number to be 18, including his wins over Austin Trout and Rocky Fielding.


Saul “Canelo” Alvarez is a professional boxer from Guadalajara, Mexico. He is a multiple-weight world champion and the current WBA, WBC, and Ring Magazine middleweight champion. He started his professional career in 2005 and has since won fifty-five of his sixty-one professional fights, thirty-eight of them by knockout. Also, he is known for his incredible speed, power, and skill and has fought some of the biggest names in boxing. He is also a crossover star with an ever-growing fan base and endorsement deals with major companies. Canelo is one of the most popular fighters in the world and is seen as one of the greatest boxers of the modern era.

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