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 Last update:  7/9/2014       Read more by Ryan Burton         
   
Canelo: Mexican Boxing School Way Better Than Cuban
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By Ryan Burton

MGM Grand, Las Vegas, NV - Erislandy Lara drew the ire of Canelo Alvarez when he recently said that he would take the Mexican superstar to the Cuban School of Boxing and claimed that the Cuban style of boxing is superior to Mexico's style.

Alvarez, who hails from Jalisco, Mexico, was asked about Lara's comments today when he met with a group of reporters shortly after making his arrival at the MGM to kick off fight week.

The 24-year-old redhead praised the Cuban style and said that Cubans have proven that their style of fighting is successful but he said that it doesn't come close to matching up with the style of boxing that is taught in Mexico.

"The Cuban School of Boxing is a great school of boxing and without a doubt they have been very successful - but with all due respect, I sincerely believe that Mexican boxing, the Mexican School of Boxing, is way better than their school," said Alvarez.

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Tags: Saul Alvarez , Erislandy Lara , Canelo-Lara , Canelo vs. Lara


 

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comment by dinero fan, on 07-10-2014
Both schools are very good but Cuban school is more affective in the amateurs and Mexican in the pros.

comment by newcastleking, on 07-09-2014
Cuban kids live in the gym, eat, sleep and box. Mexican kids fight full grown men with no headgear. Respect to both countries who've produced so many warriors.

comment by Corelone, on 07-09-2014
School is OK, but these guys graduated already. It's what you do with your education that counts. There are PHDs flipping burgers and plumbers getting rich. In pro boxing, no headgear, 10 -12 rounds, personality, desire can brook technical lapses, and a big punch doesn't need as much education. L...

comment by DannYankee09, on 07-09-2014
[QUOTE=Cuauhtémoc1520]Mexico did learn a lot from Cuban boxing, there's no doubt in that. At the same time, boxing came from England, was perfected in the U.S and we can argue we owe it all to them. The fact is, Mexico is pretty good at boxing. :boxing:[/QUOTE] Amen people got so butthu...

comment by BreWall, on 07-09-2014
Must have butt hurt Canelo when Lara said he's taking him to Cuban school.

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