WBO heavyweight champion in the second Middleweight (up to 76.2 kg), Briton Billy Joe Saunders (29-0-0, 14 KO) said that reacted calmly to the news of the postponement and possible cancellation of the fight with the leader of a rating of the best boxers in the world regardless of weight category, Mexican Saulem Alvarez (53-1-2, 36 KO).
According to Saunders, he’s upset to the problems within the camp, which, as originally planned, was to be completed by the 2nd of may.
“It is frustrating, because things that contributed to the situation, are outside the sphere of influence of our government. It would be unfortunate if it was cut, injury, or something happened to the show. In this case, of course, it knocked me out of the rut.
But you know – the entire Boxing world right now. You know? So this is what we have. So no Boxing isn’t until until Mr Boris Johnson and our country will not give us good,” said Saunders.