Showtime's Steven Espinoza names Canelo Alvarez three-fight wishlist
Showtime Sports president Steven Espinzoa has revealed a number of opponents Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez could face after making the promotional switch to PBC.
The Mexican's first contest with the promotion is set for September 30 when he defends his four super middleweight world titles against the undisputed light middleweight champion Jermell Charlo.
If Alvarez can successfully beat Charlo, then there looks to be plenty of options for the 33-year-old, including a long-awaited clash with David Benavidez.
Speaking to The DAZN Boxing Show ahead of Saturday's undisputed welterweight clash between Errol Spence Jr. and Terence Crawford, Benavidez was a name mentioned as a possible Alvarez opponent by Espinzoa along with two other names.
"It’s up to him, he’s at the stage of his career where he’s manoeuvring himself as he should be," Espinzoa said.
"The good thing is that there’s not a bad fight, we’ve laid the cards on the table.
"[Demetrius] Andrade’s on the table, Benavidez, Jermall [Charlo], there could be some surprises, these guys [Errol Spence Jr. and Terence Crawford] jumping up, there’s not a bad fight available.
"It doesn’t matter who he picks, they are all really good matchups."