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 Last update:  12/4/2012       Read more by Rene Umanzor         
   
Canelo: Mayweather Jr. Looking To Fight in February
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By Rene Umanzor

According to WBC 154-pound champion Saul "Canelo" Alvarez, there is a scheduling conflict which might prevent a potential fight with WBA super champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. Canelo wants to return to action on May 4th, as part of Cinco De Mayo weekend.

Canelo asked his promoter, Golden Boy Promotions to secure Mayweather for his next fight. Canelo says Mayweather wants to return on a date in February, which is far too early for the Mexican star.

Canelo is hoping Mayweather will agree to a May date.

"Currently we are negotiating [to get a fight] with Floyd Mayweather. And if for one reason or another Floyd does not want [to fight], we'll opt for another option. The problem with Mayweather is that he wants to make a fight in February and then [wait] until September [to fight again] and I want to fight in May. Hopefully he will want to fight in May, and we'll [come into the fight with] almost the same amount of time of inactivity," Canelo said.

Tags: Floyd Mayweather Jr. , Saul Alvarez


 

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comment by MyUsername, on 12-05-2012
[QUOTE=Deeznuts]Canelo is undefeated, Floyd avoids undefeated fighters if he can, Guerrero will be his next fight[/QUOTE] Can you list every fighter that Floyd avoids??? and dont put martinez...

comment by Deeznuts, on 12-05-2012
Canelo is undefeated, Floyd avoids undefeated fighters if he can, Guerrero will be his next fight

comment by gquezvas, on 12-05-2012
[QUOTE=ironmike2012]Who even cares if they fight? Canelo has done nothing yet, has not beat one legit 154 fighter, all he has done is fight small or old and/or weak talent. Floyd is not a 154 fighter, Canelo needs to man up and fight the best in his weight class before he thinks he can beat Floyd...

comment by MyUsername, on 12-05-2012
[QUOTE=jbpanama]Our Hero was an Excellent LW.... Has refused to Test Himself at WW, JMW... .So Who Knows how truly Good, He is....???[/QUOTE] Our hero??? who you talkin about... mayweather or martinez... anyway what makes anyone think martinez is gonna look good commin down to 154 to begin w...

comment by gquezvas, on 12-05-2012
[QUOTE=MeanestNiceGuy]Tired of this Canelo smoke screen mess...[/QUOTE] Dude WTF are you talking about? He's put it out on the table. The biggest names fight on Cinco de Mayo weekend. So where is the smoke screen, dumb ace?

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