Canelo Alvarez says Caleb Plant crossed the line at press conference | ESPN Ringside

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ESPN’s Marc Raimondi speaks with Canelo Alvarez after the heated exchange he had with Caleb Plant at a press conference to promote their fight on November 6.

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