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 Last update:  12/2/2012       Read more by Bill Emes         
   
Austin Trout: Canelo is Easier To Hit Than Miguel Cotto
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By Bill "Two Scoops" Emes

WBA "regular" junior middleweight champion Austin Trout (25-0, 14KOs) is not holding his breath for a potential unification with WBC king Saul "Canelo" Alvarez (41-0-1, 30KOs).

Miguel Cotto was being lined up to face Canelo on May 4th, but those plans are now in jeopardy after Trout won a lopsided decision over Cotto on Saturday night in Madison Square Garden.

Despite the loss, Canelo-Cotto is still a possibility for next year, according to Golden Boy Promotions CEO Richard Schaefer.

"I wouldn't be surprised [if Canelo-Cotto] still happened," Trout told BoxingScene.com.

"I think it was too good of a performance [against Cotto] where his promoter may not want to put him in there. I think his promoter wants to keep him as the Golden Goose and putting him in there with Austin Trout would risk all that."

When sizing up a Canelo match, Trout said he expects another impressive victory.

"It's something similar to this [win over Cotto]. He's a little younger. I think its a good fight. I think he gets hit easier than Cotto does," Trout said.

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comment by Catrin, on 12-03-2012
Trout fought very well but cotto fading in late rds. Made him look even better! And for the record canelo might be easier to hit, true for the solid fact that he is willing to take some to give sum! & booooy when trout feels canelo power he than will realize his true power! Viva mexico cabrones

comment by Beater_of_ass, on 12-03-2012
Cotto-Canelo will happen and Canelo will KO Cotto. I'm a huge Cotto fan but while I do think he came in heavy, overconfident and general just out of shape prior to camp that wasn't the only thing affecting his performance. He would fair better against Canelo, but at the end of the day all his war...

comment by Pullcounter, on 12-03-2012
[quote=MVOLT]that's not true....... and canelo has faster hands and hits a lot harder then cotto[/quote] hells no... the gingexican doesn't have better hand speed than cotto... he might hit harder though [quote=them_apples]Canelo is better at 154 than Cotto is. Cotto almost seemed under trained...

comment by !! Shawn, on 12-03-2012
[QUOTE=BIGPOPPAPUMP]WBA "regular" junior middleweight champion Austin Trout (25-0, 14KOs) is not holding his breath for a potential unification with WBC king Saul "Canelo" Alvarez (41-0-1, 30KOs). Miguel Cotto was being lined up to face Canelo on May 4th, but those plans are now in jeopardy a...

comment by FightScorer, on 12-03-2012
CANELO will get knocked out by Trout. I can't believe the Canelo hype. Canelo is a poor man's Micky Ward.

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