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 Last update:  9/1/2013       Read more by Miguel Rivera         
   
Canelo Alvarez and His Team Head To Las Vegas
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By Miguel Rivera

Earlier today, WBC/WBA junior middleweight champion Saul " Canelo" Alvarez and members of his team, including Ramon and Ricardo Alvarez, left their camp in Big Bear, California to travel over to Las Vegas. On September 14th at the MGM Grand, Canelo will face Floyd Mayweather Jr. in the headline fight of Showtime's big pay-per-view. Canelo started training for this fight in the first week of May in his native Guadalajara. The group hired a nutritionist and a physical trainer to ensure Canelo will have no problem making the catch-weight limit of 152-pounds. Canelo's team expect him to be withing range of 154-pounds by next Sunday.

Tags: Floyd Mayweather Jr. , Saul Alvarez , Mayweather-Canelo , Mayweather vs Canelo


 

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comment by atomicsad, on 09-03-2013
I bet Vegas is going to be buzzing the next two weeks!

comment by jai mari078, on 09-03-2013
[QUOTE=DLT]seriously, how can you complain about someone who has a 20 plus pound weight advantage? Let any boxer have that, espically Floyd and see what happens to the opponent. Its a cw for a reason and the reason is because you never hear of 20 pound weight advantages under HW Dont feel sorry f...

comment by dc3383, on 09-03-2013
[QUOTE=El Angel]So it's okay that a reigning JMW champion asked a fellow reigning JMW champion for a CW of 152 for a JMW title fight?[/QUOTE] That reigning term should be used loosely we are know the WBA didn't strip him because of the revunue he creates.

comment by DLT, on 09-03-2013
[QUOTE=El Angel]So it's okay that a reigning JMW champion asked a fellow reigning JMW champion for a CW of 152 for a JMW title fight?[/QUOTE] For me, yes. Its more than ok. People have to stop acting like all cw's are the same. These things should be taken individually. Its not like this is a ...

comment by DLT, on 09-03-2013
[QUOTE=jcamarena79]Saw canelo train personally up at big bear and let me tell you this kid is really something, he looked quick and strong even after sparring numerous rounds he still looked sharp. I was leaning towards mayweather's experience to come up with a win but after watching this kid i'm...

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