CANELO ALVAREZ is plotting a huge UK debut fight before he hangs up his boxing gloves for good.
The pound-for-pound great has never competed outside of Mexico or America during his legendary career.
He has beaten all eight of his English opponents that have travelled across the pond to challenge him.
Now, Canelo is looking to add further damage by crossing into enemy territory for a massive fight in the capital.
In an exclusive interview with SunSport, he said: "I am thinking about one day fighting in London, yes. I’d love to go to London.
“But the opponent? I don’t even think about it yet.”
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Father-of-four Canelo – an avid golfer in his spare time – has been bullish about retiring before his 40th birthday.
But even as a four-division champion and the world's highest-paid fighter, still the modern day icon finds more to strive for 63 bouts later.
He said: “I always say 37 or 38 is a good number (to retire on).
“Just still win fights, still be in these kind of big fights that motivates me. There’s always something there to achieve, keep winning and that’s it.”
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