Canelo Alvarez’s luxury £45m personalised yacht revealed with own jetty, raft and jet skis – The Sun

CANELO ALVAREZ splashed the cash after penning a £278million fight deal with US streaming service DAZN in 2018.

And among his extravagant purchases is a £45m stunning black yacht that boasts its own jet skis, a jetty and raft.

The Mexican legend posted a video to his Instagram page last year showing him making waves around the Bahamas.

Clips showed Canelo and stunning girlfriend Fernanda Gomez riding around on jet skis on the crystal-clear blue water as the yacht is anchored nearby.

The couple then ride their jet skis to circle the yacht showing its impressive size before ending up on the same side that they started on.

Canelo, who once wore a panda suit on a private jet flight, can be seen flexing both arms posing for the camera as the video comes to an end.

Unfortunately the boxer doesn't invite us in for a grand tour of the inside of the vessel.

Alvarez has won 55 of his 58 fights throughout his professional boxing career.

He has changed weight classes but has now settled in at super-middleweight, where he faces Billy Joe Saunders on Saturday.

Canelo became one of the world’s wealthiest athletes after signing an incredible 11-fight £277m deal with DAZN.

But last year he backed out of his DAZN deal but has continued to box on their platform as a free agent.

As well as the super-yacht, Canelo also has an £8m car collection, including a £2.3m Bugatti Chiron and is a poster boy for rafts of advertisers.

His first fight of the DAZN deal was with Liverpool-born Rocky Fielding which ended in a victory by KO for Alvarez in the third round.

This saw him crowned  the WBA (regular) super middleweight world champion in December 2018.

In November 2019, he went up another weight class to light heavyweight and beat former WBO light-heavyweight champion Sergey Kovalev, 36, with an 11th-round stoppage at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.

This insured the Mexican became world champion in his fourth different division.

The 30-year-old dropped back down to super-middleweight in December where he outpointed Callum Smith to win the WBA 'super', WBC and Ring Magazine belts.

He defended those straps against Avni Yildirim at the Hard Rock Stadium in February to set up a unification with WBO champ Saunders.

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