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Mosley: I'm Still The Same Fighter, I Know What To Do

By Miguel Rivera

Former three division world champion "Sugar" Shane Mosley (46-7-1, 39KOs) is training hard for his bout against Saul “Canelo” Alvarez (39-0-1, 29KOs), the WBC's junior middleweight champion. Mosley gets his shot against Alvarez on the "Ring Kings" HBO pay-per-view, with Miguel Cotto defending his WBA 154-pound title in the main event against Floyd Mayweather Jr.

Mosley, 40-years-old, was once considered to be a pound for pound boxer, but some of his recent defeats have the critics questioning his present abilities.

“The [common thought process] is that a boxer loses his skills with time, but it’s not the case with me. My experience, skills and my knowledge can’t be taken away from me. I’ve fought with several of the best boxers in the world including Oscar de la Hoya and Antonio Margarito. I know that I’m still the same fighter that I was in all of those great fights; my speed and power...I'm  stronger than ever. I know what I need to do to win,” Mosley said.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by aces725 on 04-11-2012

[QUOTE=AHUEVO;11990612]That is called false hope. I don't see how Mosley can win this fight, he can no longer pull the trigger, gets hit and is not as fast as he used to be. He is going to get pushed to…

Comment by layton on 04-11-2012

Mosley will make Canelo look awful, he couldn't get rid of Hatton so why people think he can get rid of Mosley is just plain stupid.

Comment by Muscles72 on 04-11-2012

Don't sing it bring it...and show us shane theseppv's are expensive dammit.

Comment by garfios on 04-11-2012

He knows what to do but can't do it anymore...

Comment by AHUEVO on 04-11-2012

[QUOTE=Rip Chudd;11990398]You and me both man. A lot of people are counting Shane out but I think this will be his last good performance. Although people are saying he's gonna lose i've found no one who wants to bet points…

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