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CompuBox Stats: Canelo Drops Huge 64% on Josesito

Saul "Canelo" Alvarez landed a whopping 64% of his power shots vs. the game and outsized Josesito Lopez, who landed 40%.  Canelo closed the show by landing 36 of 50 power shots (72%).

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by WhitehouseTKO on 09-17-2012

[QUOTE=brickcityboxing;12522053]Mark my words Canelo will wipe out anyone from 140 -147[/QUOTE] Problem is he is a 154lb fighter ... he shouldn't be fighting 140-147 lb fighters... I mean really fight someone in your division or make him lose weight to…

Comment by johncods on 09-17-2012

All the elite 154 pounders would have done the same thing to Josesito. Big ****in deal. He was just walking thru lopez's punches because of the size difference. It was a disgraceful match.

Comment by Lac'em up on 09-17-2012

Mark my words, Canelo will never fight a legit 154 pounder in his prime. This kid has some talent, but how can people say he is one of the best? Who has he beat to earn that title? Boxing needs…

Comment by Russian Crushin on 09-17-2012

[QUOTE=valero;12522031]They should never put a lower weight class guy against Canelo again. They can get killed in there.[/QUOTE] I agree, it is very dangerous. Guys arent used to getting hit by fighters 2 weight classes above them, especially a guy…

Comment by brickcityboxing on 09-17-2012

[QUOTE=kiaba360;12522061]:lol1:, He's built up quite a respectable reputation, hasn't he?[/QUOTE] He certainly has ... I should dye my hair red and film myself beating the **** out of my nephew and send it to Golden Boy maybe I can get…

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