Don't sleep on Canelo Alvarez. Floyd Mayweather handled him during their bout, but as one of the all-time greats, he tends to do that to people. Don't forget: Alvarez had been undefeated in 43 fights when he ran into Mayweather. There's obviously some talent there.
It seemed like there was too much talent to handle for Alfredo Angulo. The challenger had taken a lot of damage by the 10th round, and his corner was ready to throw in the towel. The referee knew this, so he didn't have any qualms about stopping the fight when Alvarez's uppercut almost took off Angulo's head off. The punch that beats Angulo here is one that didn't exist, however. The overhand faint made him think he did when he didn't, and then pop, he match was over.