Darren Barker
Former IBF belt-holder

I don’t we’ll see Canelo beaten any time soon, unless he does something crazy and moves up to cruiserweight.

Dave Coldwell
Top trainer

It could be Beterbiev if he lands on him. I want to see it because that’s a test. Right now Beterbiev and possibly Dmitry Bivol but I don’t know if there’s something missing about Bivol. I would say Beterbiev is the one that’s potentially most dangerous for him.

Micky Helliet
Manager & promoter

Benavidez’s style can give Canelo problems. He can cope well against high intensity pressure fighters generally, although now seems a little tight at 168lbs, which doesn’t bode well against the super strong Canelo.

Paul Ready
STN Sports

If he fights Beterbiev I do believe he has bitten off more than he chew. He hits too hard and is too powerful.

Declan Taylor
Sports reporter

I think he beats Bivol and I’d pick him to outbox Beterbiev. There’s a chance we don’t see him lose again although it could be that someone like Jarron Ennis beats an ageing Canelo in five or six years.

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