Unbeaten lightweight star Ryan Garcia is one of the many fighters who view four division champion Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez as an idol.

Garcia and Canelo are both trained by Eddy Reynoso.

The two boxers support each other in training camp, and at ringside.

Garcia was ringside this past weekend at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, and watched Canelo demolish Avni Yildirim in three rounds to retain the WBC, WBA super middleweight titles.

Canelo was ringside back in January in Texas, watching Garcia score a sensational stoppage of 2012 Olympic gold medal winner Luke Campbell.

Canelo is back on May 8th, when he faces WBO super middleweight champion Billy Joe Saunders in a three belt unification.

If Canelo wins, he will target IBF champion Caleb Plant for September.

The 22-year-old Garcia does not see any boxer out there in the 168-pound landscape who could beat Canelo.

"He has confidence on another level. It's beyond confidence. It's just knowing," Garcia said to DAZN.

"He wants to create history, he wants to do something that is going to live on. Canelo is looking to beat everyone - and if you are a fighter, why wouldn't that be your dream?

"I don't think there's a single person [out there] that I don't think he can't beat. He just has this sense to him, this aura around him, that 'no one can mess with me, I could do this with anyone.'"

When reflecting on Canelo's most recent victory, Garcia expressed his displeasure with the performance of Yildirim, who appeared to be gun-shy from the very first round.

"He was like a deer in the headlights, he couldn't move. He didn't want to throw a jab. He didn't really throw anything. Did he throw a punch? Canelo blocks punches quite well. Canelo boxed the way he wanted to do, the perfect fight. The confidence that Canelo has is what's brought him to have all the titles that he now holds."