by Salvador Rodriguez
Eight weeks of hard training is in the books. Mexico's Pablo Cesar Cano (26-2-1, 20 Ko's) has finished his sparring sessions and now he is ready for a the biggest fight of his career, when he faces former three division world champion "Sugar" Shane Mosley (46-8-1, 39 KOs) on May 18th in Cancun. Cano is focused on getting a clear victory because he felt the judges robbed him last year when lost a close twelve round decision to WBA welterweight champion Paulie Malignaggi.
"We've closed our sparring sessions today, and now we only have a week to keep on weight and that's pretty important. We went twelve rounds with three different sparring partners. I really feel good for the biggest fight of my career," said Cano.
"I have a winning mentality, I am aware of who my opponent is, one who will surely one day be in the Hall of Fame, but that's why I feel very motivated to take that step that I need to take. This time we will make it very clear who won. If we can not get a knockout, I'm sure it will be a very clear decision win."