Last Night’s Canelo Vs Chavez Memes Mostly Focused On Canelo’s Next Fight

The highly-anticipated fight between Saul “Canelo” Alvarez and Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. was expected to be a classic Mexican boxing war, with both fighters trading shots to see who deserved bragging rights. Instead, it turned out to be a one-sided affair that showed Chavez Jr.’s size and reach advantage was no match for Alvarez, who controlled the fight from beginning to end.

From round one, Canelo was in charge:

Several times, it looked like Chavez wasn’t sure how to fight back.

As the fight progressed, it became clear that Chavez Jr. was out of his depth.

It also became clear that Chavez Jr. did not have the same fire in his belly that Chavez Sr. did.

Which led to this savage proclamation:

Once the final bell sounded, the result was a foregone conclusion.

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Alvarez scored a unanimous decision, winning every round, 120 to 108.

Chavez Jr. probably felt relieved it was over.

During the post-fight interview, Canelo revealed who his next opponent would be. “Golovkin, you are next my friend,” said Canelo. Moments later, Gennady “GGG” Golovkin, made his way to the ring.

GGG and Canelo faced off in the ring and confirmed their fight was a done deal. GGG wished Canelo luck. Canelo replied: “La suerte es para los mediocres.”

Translation: “Luck is for the mediocre.”

Canelo’s trash talk made everyone forget about Chavez Jr.’s poor display.

And everyone became focused on the Canelo-GGG fight.

Canelo’s reply was so vicious…

It had people wiping the tears from their face and the sweat from their brows.

For some, the Canelo-GGG action was enough to make them forget they spent money on a one-sided fight.

After the fight, Golden Boy Promotions CEO Oscar de la Hoya posted a photo of the two fighters, confirming the fight was set for September 16, 2017.

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This Mariachi Band Probably Has No Idea Who Post Malone Is, But They Performed A Song With Him And It Was Lit


This Mariachi Band Probably Has No Idea Who Post Malone Is, But They Performed A Song With Him And It Was Lit

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Over the weekend at The Rolling Loud hip hop festival in Miami, musical magic was made behind the scenes when hip-hop artist Post Malone and Rich Chigga met for the first time. The two embraced as friends who’d known each other forever but never really met in person (basically when happens when you meet one of your Instagram followers) right before something incredible happened…

Post Malone, Rich Chigga and a mariachi band got together at the Rolling Loud Festival in Miami and made diverse AF musical history.

According to lead singer Marcos Sanchez Jr.’s Twitter account, the Indonesian-Chinese rapper Rich Chigga, as a gift to his new friend, brought the mariachi band with him to perform Post Malone’s hit “Congratulations” on the spot. Someone captured the whole interaction on shaky vertical cam footage that was posted on Twitter and then to YouTube over the weekend.

The mariachi band can be seen slowly learning it from a scraggly piece of paper, while Post Malone fills in at certain parts.

The whole time the older mariachi group members look on like “who the heck are these guys?” But, they indulge the strangeness of what was happening like the professionals they are and proceeded to jam. They went from being novices of the song, to pros, adding a level of cool that may never be matched again.

Someone compiled all the shaky videos and put them on YouTube, you can see them all here:


Check the videos out and peep how adding a mariachi band to your remix can make it ten times better. We did it with this classic Disney song, mariachi goes with everything.

READ: Mariachi Bands Are Using The Power Of Their Voices To Protest

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