DMITRY BIVOL SHOCKS THE WORLD TO UPSET CANELO ALVAREZ

The only people who felt Dmitry Bivol had a chance to beat Canelo Alvarez on Saturday night were those closest to him.

The world made it seem like it was a foregone conclusion we'd see the long-awaited trilogy between Alvarez and arch

But that is why they fight, and Bivol walked into T-Mobile Arena, not caring what anyone thought but himself.

But that is why they fight, and Bivol walked into T-Mobile Arena, not caring what anyone thought but himself.

He walked into a pro-Canelo crowd, implemented his gameplan, and continuously mixed up his attack to frustrate Alvarez down

the stretch to pull off the upset and beat Alvarez by unanimous decision (115-113, 115-113, 115-113) to retain the WBA (super) light heavyweight title

DAZN News scored it a 114-114 draw. Alvarez loses for the first time since a September 2013 decision to Floyd Mayweather Jr. and snaps his 16-fight unbeaten streak.

DAZN News scored it a 114-114 draw. Alvarez loses for the first time since a September 2013 decision to Floyd Mayweather Jr. and snaps his 16-fight unbeaten streak.