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 Last update:  3/9/2014       Read more by Boxing Clever         
   
Canelo: Angulo Could Have Continued Until The End
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LAS VEGAS – Mexican superstar Canelo Alvarez scored a 10th round technical knockout victory over Alfredo “El Perro” Angulo in front of 14,610 fans at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in the main event of Saturday’s “TOE TO TOE: CANELO vs. ANGULO” on SHOWTIME PPV.

Canelo (43-1-1, 31 KOs) landed a vicious left uppercut that rocked “El Perro’s” head back at 0:47 of the 10th round.  Sensing Angulo was taking too much punishment, referee Tony Weeks stepped in and halted the exciting battle.

Looking to bounce back from the first loss of his career when he faced pound-for-pound champ Floyd Mayweather last September, Canelo displayed vicious accuracy and a devastating left hook as he controlled the bout from the opening bell.  Angulo gained some momentum in the second half of the fight, including a scintillating eighth round, which Angulo won on all three judges’ scorecards. The two Mexican warriors exchanged blows and taunted each other for more punishment in a potential 2014 Round of the Year candidate.

"I think he could have continued until the end. Remember that one punch can change everything. He felt strong and he's warrior. I'm not the referee. I don't control what the referee does. I go in there to do my job and I feel that I did my job," Canelo said.

Tags: Saul Alvarez , Alfredo Angulo , Canelo-Angulo , Canelo vs. Angulo


 

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comment by MaskedMurderer, on 03-09-2014
Of course Angulo could have contiuned the dumb reg even knew he made a mistake and was say Im sorry , im sorry to angulo with in the second of stopping it when he realized he made a mistake.

comment by Nomadic, on 03-09-2014
He still trying to justify why he fought this bum.

comment by Bodies in fligh, on 03-09-2014
"oh the guy I don't like won" "FIX!!!1one!!"

comment by racostaa, on 03-09-2014
The refery was advised to stop the fight if he see Angulo was creating so much damage to Cinderella. This GB and Arum are jokes protecting fighters. Cinderella Canelo is a fraud

comment by racostaa, on 03-09-2014
[QUOTE=frantic fighter]Cotto beat Delvin......[/QUOTE]HAHA. Who is Delvin?. A FNF commentator?. What a win!!! This Cotto is a big opponent now.

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