Unbeaten WBO middleweight champion Andrade burst into the room by surprise as Alvarez was taking questions from journalists about his triumph and, when tensions quickly flared, was escorted out by security.
Alvarez waved away Andrade’s appeals for a showdown between them, angering the American by insisting that he has ‘fought nobody’ and after repeatedly telling him to ‘get the f*** out’.
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Saul Canelo Alvarez’s (right) press conference by gate-crashed by Demetrius Andrade (left)
The unified middleweight kingpin of the world beat Saunders in the eighth round after his opponent quit on his stool following an explosive uppercut that is suspected to have fractured an eye socket.
However, just as he looked to revel in his success, Andrade, who has long since made clear his desire to take on Alvarez, asked the Mexican when they will be able to make a bout happen.
Canelo, sitting and looking on incredulously, fired back by claiming that Andrade fights ‘with nobody’. The remark draw an audible reaction from those in the room.
Alvarez (left) defeated Billy Joe Saunders after an eight-round stoppage in Texas on Saturday
‘You are a champion but you fight with nobody,’ pound-for-pound maestro Alvarez added. ‘Get the f*** out of here man, you’ve fought nobody. Get the f*** out of here.’
Andrade, refusing to leave despite the attentions of security, then asked who Alvarez has been fighting, firing back at the accusation that he has not come up against any big names in the ring.
‘Get the f*** out of here. F*** you, man,’ Canelo replied, accompanied with sarcastic claps.
As the war of words between the two raged on, Andrade’s father and trainer, Paul, who was stood next to his increasingly irked son, waded in.
Alvarez was speaking about his triumph before tensions had flared between him and Andrade
‘Why don’t you make him get out of here?’ he demanded, triggering Canelo to turn to him and say ‘f*** you.’
Paul was pulled out of the room and urged Alvarez to ‘come’ whilst his son told the 30-year-old to not talk to his dad ‘like that’.
The two intruders were eventually led away, although Alvarez was able to fire off one last swipe by labelling Andrade as a ‘horrible fighter’.
Andrade made sure his presence was felt in Texas during the course of Alvarez’s clash with Saunders on Saturday. The TV cameras would often pan across to him in between rounds and Andrade’s choice of t-shirt was shown off.
Andrade has made his desire to take on Alvarez clear but his appeals have fallen on deaf ears
The top read ‘Canelo and Billy Joe are too scared to fight Boo Boo Andrade’, as shown in the clip of him in Alvarez’s conference, although the cameo appearances were typically greeted with a resounding chorus of jeers from the crowd.
Andrade’s desperation to make the bout happen has continued to fall on deaf ears, however, with Alvarez reiterating his stance that Rhode Island born southpaw is ‘very boring’ and has avoided big opponents.
‘The window for the elite fighters is closing, and everybody is beating everybody, so the best needs to fight the best. That’s it,’ Andrade told The Ring. ‘That’s what it’s going to take – the best actually stepping up and saying, ‘Yeah, let’s fight.’
‘I don’t want to fight anyone else. Nobody cares about anybody else but the names that we all know.’