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Marquez: Canelo, Chavez Have To Learn From Mistakes

By Miguel Rivera

Mexican icon Juan Manuel Marquez is hoping the next generation of Mexican fighters, Saul "Canelo" Alvarez and Julio Cesar Chavez Jr., learn from their recent defeats and mistakes in the ring.

Canelo suffered his first career defeat when he lost a twelve round decision to the far more experienced Floyd Mayweather Jr. on September 14. In September 2012, Chavez Jr. lost a twelve round decision to current WBC middleweight champion Sergio Martinez. Chavez then struggled to make weight for last month's fight against Bryan Vera, and won a controversial ten round decision.

"Hopefully they use that experience, fix the mistakes and use that in their training and prepare [better for the next time]. Boxing is a very difficult, sport. What just happened [with Chavez], these things happen in boxing. A controversial decision in Chavez-Vera should not be blamed on Julio. There were qualified judges there and he was just doing his job as a boxer up in the ring. In the case of Canelo, Mayweather's experience and good condition [was too much]," Marquez told Alejandro Hernandez.

"Julio has to get it in his head that this is a difficult sport, a sport of dedication, and it is his responsibility to use all of his enthusiasm [in training camp."

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by ADP02 on 10-07-2013

[QUOTE=newcastleking;13819190]Alvarez will still shine on. He just got edged by the p4p best of this era, whom by the way praises Canelo. not bad for a 23 year old.[/QUOTE] [QUOTE=MASTER1454;13819440]Got edged? LOL @ CJ Ross lurking in NSB.....[/QUOTE] Actually according…

Comment by HanzGruber on 10-07-2013

[QUOTE=mex602;13819129]says the idiot who is on broners nuts[/QUOTE] Did I say broner is the next Floyd? CAnelo has the hype pushing him to stardom, there's alot of guys that can beat him. Trout already did but as long as cAnelo…

Comment by whoseyourdaddy on 10-07-2013

[QUOTE=Big Dunn;13818924]Canelo has a lot to learn about in the ring. Chavez has a lot to learn about being a professional out of the ring and a lot to learn inside the ring. Huge difference.[/QUOTE] That is the diference right…

Comment by MASTER1454 on 10-07-2013

[QUOTE=newcastleking;13819190]Alvarez will still shine on. [B]He just got edged by the p4p best of this era[/B], whom by the way praises Canelo. not bad for a 23 year old.[/QUOTE] Got edged? LOL @ CJ Ross lurking in NSB.....

Comment by pistol whip on 10-07-2013

[QUOTE=SoggyLungs;13818984]or just hire a steroid chemist........if they need heredia's number i'm sure marquez could offer it to them.[/QUOTE] Never fails! There is always some ass-whole with zero proof making PED accusations. Sounds like BS excses to me.

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