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 Last update:  3/8/2012       Read more by Salvador Rodriguez         
   
Mosley: You Will See the Man Who Knocked Margarito Out!
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By Salvador Rodriguez

Shane Mosley (46-7-1, 39KOs) is not offended by those who believe that he has no chance to defeat Saul "Canelo" Alvarez (39-0-1, 29KOs), on May 5th at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Mosley promised to arrive as the same man who knocked out Antonio Margarito in 2009, and not the boxer who lost lopsided decisions to Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr.

"They are going to see the Mosley who defeated Margarito, not the one who lost to Pacquiao or Mayweather, who are also the best in the world. I am very excited about this match. I want to be world champion and I will accomplish this. Age does not matter if you prepare well," Mosley said.

Canelo expects a tough fight from his 40-year-old opponent.

"I know that my opponent is dangerous, but I will not fail. I will show everyone that Canelo will be a champion for a while," said Canelo.

Golden Boy Promotions President Oscar De La Hoya sees big things for the winner.

"I think a plus for this fight is that the winner of Canelo and Mosley could end up facing the winner of Mayweather and Cotto. We are starting this mini-tournament at 154 pounds and it's very interesting," stated De La Hoya.

Salvador Rodriguez covers boxing in Mexico for The Record.

Tags: Saul Alvarez , Shane Mosley , Alvarez-Mosley , Alvarez vs Mosley


 

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comment by Ringlife, on 03-09-2012
Thats the guy that I thought was going to show up and fight Mayweather no wait Pacman. I mean Canelo and the list goes on and on that Mosley that fought Margarito is done and we all know it.

comment by KingTito, on 03-09-2012
If Mayweather and Mosley win, that rematch better not get made. Mosley won't win though.

comment by NearHypnos, on 03-09-2012
[QUOTE=charlieg]Pacquiao was a world champion at 19 years old you retard. God damn why are there such ignorant imbeciles always posting? I feel like I'm really lowering myself by posting here sometimes. EDIT: nice gif of Pacquiao being made to "pay" by a 3 shot combo in which only 1 punch ...

comment by PR ESQ., on 03-09-2012
I truly hope so. if he does recapture that style then we get a better gauge of canelo's talent, if any. we shall see!

comment by ocean1, on 03-09-2012
My Question Is where was Mosley his last 3 fights? The guy wants another big payday even though hes clearly Shot!

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