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 Last update:  7/14/2013       Read more by Salvador Rodriguez         
   
Canelo Enters Big Bear at 165, To Spar 130 Rounds
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By Salvador Rodriguez

Jose 'Chepo' Reynoso, manager and trainer of WBC/WBA junior middleweight champion Saul "Canelo" Alvarez (42-0-1, 30KOs), says his boxer entered training camp at Big Bear weighing 165-pounds. They have about two montsh to lose 13-pounds for the contracted weight of 152-pounds against Floyd Mayweather Jr. (44-0, 26KOs), taking place on September 14th at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Reynoso says there will be multiple sparring partners and Canelo would reach 130-rounds by the time of the fight. There is a nutritionist, someone in charge of the food, and several other staffers brought in for the biggest camp of Canelo's career.

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


 

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comment by BattlingNelson, on 08-15-2013
Canelo has to take Floyd out in less than 3 rounds. After that he'll be exhausted. He never should have taken this fight at this weight.

comment by bojangles1987, on 08-15-2013
Mayweather fans version of negotiations for this fight: Alvarez: "I want you at 150, Floyd. We have to have a catchweight." Mayweather: "No, I only fight guys at their strongest weight. No catchweights." Alvarez: "If you don't want a 150 catchweight, we walk! At the very least give us a ...

comment by lfc19titles, on 08-15-2013
[QUOTE=flint]did you read what richard shaefer said ?. alvared was the one that was willing and wanted to come down to make the fight. is that hard to understand? he said it in clear english with his accent.[/QUOTE] That's a lie spread around by gb and floyd. Canelo in his own words he wanted ...

comment by Ray*, on 08-15-2013
This is how you know you can't believe everything you read in the media when it comes to boxing, I remember this article when it came out and I remember thinking 165? Are you sure, but now look! He gain more weight in camp hmmmmm. He must have been 180ish..coming into training camp, he really is ...

comment by ADP02, on 08-15-2013
[QUOTE=WESS]Again, your hate has you full retard as usual. I'll tell you again, weight is not the issue on who wins this fight. Regardless of Floyd being a hypocrite and agreeing to fight Alvarez' at a catchweight (who originally wanted 150 while Floyd wanted 147), experience is the advantage t...

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