Dmitry Bivol has a good feel for Canelo Alvarez's style. After all, he got an up close and personal look at the face of boxing, defeating him by unanimous decision in May 2022. So, what does the WBA light heavyweight world champion think Alvarez must do to be successful against Jermell Charlo on September 30? Bivol tried to forecast just that toward Alvarez's undisputed super middleweight world championship defense. "I see that he will move forward and try to finish him with the one-two punches," Bivol told Fight Hub TV on what to possibly expect from Canelo in roughly one month. Bivol also took the time to plot out what he sees Charlo, the undisputed 154-pound king, doing. In short, Bivol believes Charlo, who is moving up two divisions for this fight, won't test Canelo's power in the pocket. "Charlo will try to keep him on the distance and he will try to move," Bivol further forecasted. "This is how I see."