Canelo And Caleb Plant Trade Insults And Physical Blows | Opening Press Conference Highlights 🤬

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BT Sport Boxing published this video item, entitled “Canelo And Caleb Plant Trade Insults And Physical Blows | Opening Press Conference Highlights 🤬” – below is their description.

Canelo Alvarez and Caleb Plant traded verbal and physical blows at their fiery opening press conference. They will contest for the undisputed super-middleweight championship at the MGM in Las Vegas on November 6.

Watch Canelo v Caleb Plant on November 6, live on BT Sport Box Office.

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