Four division world champion Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez does not see a reason to ever return to the light heavyweight limit of 175-pounds.

Back in 2019, Canelo moved by two weight divisions to score an eleventh round knockout of Sergey Kovalev for the WBO light heavyweight strap.

Canelo did not stay at 175 for too long. He would quickly vacate the WBO world title and drop down to the super middleweight limit of 168-pounds.

Back in December, he dominated Callum Smith to capture the WBA, WBC super middleweight world titles.

His next fight is scheduled for May 8th at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas - where he faces WBO champion Billy Joe Saunders in a unification clash.

If all goes well, Canelo would then collide with IBF champion Caleb Plant in September - with all four of the major belts at stake in the contest.

Should Canelo reach his goal of becoming the undisputed world champion at super middleweight, there will be calls to move up in weight to face some of the champions up north, like Artur Beterbiev, Joe Smith and Dmitry Bivol.

Unless his body changes and he's no longer capable of making 168, there is little chance of going back to 175 down the line.

Canelo felt a little lackluster at the weight and as far as he's concerned he already achieved the goal of capturing a world title in the weight class.

"168 (pounds) is the most I'm going to fight at. We took a risk to win the fourth title, but I did feel a little slow, I didn't feel like I was at my best, but we already won the fourth title," Canelo told ESPN Deportes.