It was revealed on Tuesday, that tickets will go on sale tomorrow at 10AM, for the upcoming super middleweight unification between unified WBA/WBC/WBO champion Canelo Alvarez and IBF champion Caleb Plant.

The fight will take place on Saturday, November 6 live on pay-per-view from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.

Canelo last fought in May, when he stopped Billy Joe Saunders to unify the WBC, WBO, WBA world titles. Plant has made three defenses of the IBF title he won in January 2019. The winner will become the first undisputed super middleweight champion in the four-belt era.

The World Boxing Council announced that a brand new commemorative belt will be awarded to the Canelo-Plant winner.

One of the two champions will be walking away with all of the gold – and the WBC’s commemorative Teotihuacan belt.

The sanctioning body traditionally creates commemorative belts for fights that are held around two Mexican holidays, Cinco De Mayo in May and Mexican Independence Day in September.

No belt was created for any of the events in September, with the WBC deciding to stake their planned title in the Canelo-Plant encounter.

This will mark the tenth commemorative belt issued by the WBC. Some of the past belts included: Huichol Belt I and II, Chiapaneco Belt I and II, Maya Belt I and II,; Mazahua and Otomi, and Mestizo.

The most recent belt is inspired by the city of Teotihuacan, which is located about 50 km northeast of Mexico City. Built between the 1st and 7th centuries A.D, it is characterized by large monuments, in particular the Temple of Quetzalcóatl and the Pyramids of the Sun and the Moon, established on geometric and symbolic principles. Teotihuacan and its valley display unique testimony to the pre-urban structures of ancient Mexico.