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 Last update:  6/13/2013       Read more by Edward Chaykovsky         
   
Mayweather Sr: I Would've Made Canelo Suffer, Go To 150
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by Edward Chaykovsky

Trainer Floyd Mayweather Sr. says he would have made WBC/WBA junior middleweight champion Saul "Canelo" Alvarez go to a catch-weight of 150-pounds for the fall clash with Floyd Mayweather Jr. The match, taking place on September 14th at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, is contracted for a catch-weight of 152-pounds, which is two pounds below the junior middleweight limit. According to Canelo and his team, Mayweather first requested a weight of 147, then 150 and two sides finally agreed on 152.

"I think this fight can be as easy as Guerrero," he said to the Grand Rapids Press. "I would've made him come to 150. I would've made him suffer. I would've said, 'I'm not helping you out, I'm not giving you nothing.'"

"Whatever Alvarez throws, we plan on catching what he does and countering, whatever he does. Whatever he does, believe me, Floyd is going to be ahead of him."

Tags: Floyd Mayweather Jr. , Saul Alvarez , Mayweather-Canelo , Mayweather vs Canelo


 

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comment by tokon, on 06-15-2013
[QUOTE=brick wall]fight would be easy but you want him to drain down to 150?:poke:[/QUOTE] yes, that would have been the wise move 150/151. why make it harder than need be!

comment by Carpe Diem, on 06-15-2013
:lol1::lol1:

comment by Slip Stream, on 06-14-2013
[QUOTE=malcolm]If Floyd had fought Ginger at 154, the zombies would say Floyd was forced by Showtime to take the fight at 154, and also Floyd will only fight a GREEN Alvarez, but would never fight GGG.[/QUOTE] yeah, sure but the point becomes more obvious when one realizes Floyd can never win ...

comment by malcolm, on 06-14-2013
[QUOTE=Slip Stream]If Floyd fought Canelo at 154, the issue would be something else right now, and I promise you there would be another controversy. I've never seen a build up to a Floyd fight where he was given the slightest benefit of the doubt on anything. His opponents fans will latch onto ...

comment by malcolm, on 06-14-2013
[QUOTE=cowardsinboxing]Apparently, it was the time (when Pacquiao KO hatton cold in 6 min. mark) lil floyd's balls sunk so sudden to his throat to fight Pacquiao. Seeing a guy that was giving him a hard time (actually made him turn his back and slip his head outside the ring just to keep himse...

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