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 Last update:  9/12/2013       Read more by Boxing Clever         
   
Canelo: Mayweather Demanded a Second Day Weigh-In
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Floyd Mayweather has written off Saul Alvarez as just "another stepping stone, another opponent" ahead of their super-welterweight title fight in Las Vegas on Saturday.

The five-division champion will put his unbeaten status on the line when he challenges the young Mexican for his WBC and WBA super-welterweight belts.

"If the game plan is to keep pressure, I can handle it. If the game plan is to out-box me nobody can out-box me. You have to be able to out-match me mentally, and I'm the strongest mental fighter in the sport. I've been here before, so I know what it takes. I'm at the pinnacle. I'm the face of boxing. September 14 is just another stepping stone; another opponent to me. He knows he's facing Floyd Mayweather. I'm facing just another opponent."

For his part, Alvarez is excited about the prospect of becoming the first professional to beat Mayweather, especially because the fight will be held on Mexican Independence weekend.

"I don't care about his record," said the Guadalajara-born Alvarez, whose record is 42-0-1, with 30 knockouts. "I'm not coming to make a good fight; I'm coming to win. When you fight Floyd you have to be ready for every aspect. You have to be able to adjust mentally as well as physically. I have to be very, very smart and ready to change my plan at any time. I've studied him. I know his style and I know what he's going to do. I'm confident I will win because I know everything about him. I've prepared for everything."

Earlier this week on BoxingScene.com, it was reported that Mayweather tried to get Canelo down to the welterweight limit of 147-pounds and then a catch-weight of 150-pounds. Canelo rejected both of those requests and agreed to come down to a weight of 152-pounds.

Canelo also said Mayweather tried to include a "rehydration clause" in the fight contract, where Canelo would be unable to weigh above a certain number on the day of the fight. Canelo, who rehydrates to more than 170-pounds on the day of the fight, rejected that clause.

"They came up with a second-day weigh-in. They wanted to do a second-day weigh-in and limit what I cold weigh the second day, and I wouldn't agree to that. And then they tried to force me to stay quiet and to not mention it, and that's why we didn't say anything. And we haven't said anything until now," Canelo said.

"You'll see how I do it. You'll see how I beat him. I'm calm and I'm just ready to fight. I'm ready for the best Floyd possible."

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


 

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comment by richardt, on 09-13-2013
[QUOTE=Reloaded]You know Manny has OST going on with Rios , no 14 day cut of date , what does that say to an idiot like you , I cant wait LOL[/QUOTE]You feeble minded simpleton, you can't even defend Floyd without using Pac's name. If you were over 10 years old I would teach you the psychology be...

comment by Reloaded, on 09-13-2013
[QUOTE=doninlouisiana]He shouldn't have to go up that much, Gennady Golovkin @ 154 would be just fine for Floyd. I doubt he would keep his "0" for that one[/QUOTE] So the fight has not happened yet and you guys are already looking to MWs for Floyd .

comment by Rysandro, on 09-13-2013
[QUOTE=whoseyourdaddy]invesil all junior middle whights weight around the same as canelo.....Angulo 172, Trout 171, Kirkland walks around 185, Lara 170 (exept for the Angulo fight that he was forced to 165, Marthyrrosian 168 even Cotto weight 165 sooo to answer your dilemma, all Junior middle wei...

comment by Reloaded, on 09-13-2013
[QUOTE=richardt]Well duh and make himself look like a hypocritical jacka$$ and cause his supporting fans to fall flat on their face. So he thought Canelo would never tell on him. Thats funny right there. And then Ellerbe opens his mouth and talks BS and Canelo sets the record straight.[/QUOTE] ...

comment by doninlouisiana, on 09-13-2013
[QUOTE=BoxingFollower]Can someone explain this to me..what's wrong with Floyd not wanting to fight a LHW? Floyd might as well fight Chad Dawson or Jean Pascal in that case. Truth of the matter is the CW thing is a joke on Mayweathers side, but Canelo is a joke for ducking bigger guys, it's cle...

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