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 Last update:  8/5/2013       Read more by Boxing Clever         
   
Canelo's Trainer Very Pleased With Progress in Camp
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It's  100 percent focus with zero distractions for Saul"Canelo" Salvarez (44-0-1, 30KOs). Team Canelo is on a dedicated pound for pound mission.

 
After three weeks of hard slog on the roof of California, at Big Bear, Team Canelo is slap bang on schedule for the fight against Floyd Mayweather (44-0, 26KOs) on September 14th in Las Vegas.
 
“We’re very optimistc! The team is happy with the work done here. Everything’s is going as planned, ” stated Jose Chepo Reynoso, Canelo’s trainer.
 
According to Reynoso, the train camp was necessary because it's helped Saul prepare in total peace.
 
“This training has been great. It's helped Saul and the rest of the team to work without any distactions. Being up in the mountains will help him be perfectly focused on the fight.
 
"There’s enough time for Saul to complete a great training camp sharpening his speed and reinforcing his strength. He will get to the fight in the very best shape of his career.”Tags: Floyd Mayweather Jr. , Saul Alvarez , Mayweather-Canelo , Mayweather vs Canelo


 

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comment by budfr, on 08-06-2013
[QUOTE=flint]this is great news. so when alvared gets school. there should'nt be no excuses. this **** is going to be funny when alvared gets frustrated.then mayweather will start beating the **** out of him.[/QUOTE] No excuses?? Floyd already began to take advantages by requesting a catch wei...

comment by budfr, on 08-05-2013
This writer doesn´t know much about California. Big Bear is not the roof of the state. The Sierra Nevada has higher peaks.

comment by ShoulderRoll, on 08-05-2013
[QUOTE=Realizniguhnit]High altitude training isn't for everyone and I've never seen it benefit boxers.. They think the altitude enhances performance (less oxygen=more red blood cells=higher endurance)and maybe it would If you come down from it the day of the fight but boxers always have to be on ...

comment by Mayweather41-0, on 08-05-2013
Canelo better fix his stamina problems bc that ***** dont fly with Mayweather

comment by Realizniguhnit, on 08-05-2013
I don't know why these fighters go all the way up to big bear to train, I think it hinders more than it helps. Canelo has been training in big bear for years now, yet in almost every fight he's huffing and puffing by the 4th round(like Mosley). It should of dawned on him by now that altitude trai...

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