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Nacho: Alfredo Angulo Will Defeat Vanes, Then Canelo

By Jhonny Gonzalez

Trainer Nacho Beristain, who now works with Alfredo Angulo, is confident that his boxer will defeat Vanes Martirosyan in a WBC junior middleweight eliminator, and even more confident that Angulo will beat the World Boxing Council's champion, Saul "Canelo" Alvarez. Angulo recently returned after a long layoff and stopped Joseph Gomez in the first round. Despite the low activity level, Nacho said his boxer is ready for Vanes and Canelo.

"[Angulo] is ready for those two [Martirosyan and Alvarez]. He has to train well, and he always does, but I think he's ready. He says that he's ready to beat them. I think Canelo is an illusion rather than a reality, and Angulo is a true fighter," Nacho told Sal Rodriguez.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by ELPERRO on 08-25-2011

Nacho is right...Angulo is ready for Vanes and Canelo. Even though he hasn't put in the rounds his conditioning and work ethic is great. El perro Ko's both of them.

Comment by oscar28mx on 08-25-2011

Nacho just wants to train angulo cause he hates candling just because canelo is kind of Protected by the wbc and golden boy promotions.

Comment by uoykcuf on 08-25-2011

Vanes too scared to get in the ring with a real puncher like Angulo. Vanes ran to fight Wolak who couldn't even hurt Delvin Rodriguez who is naturally smaller then him.

Comment by AntonTheMeh on 08-25-2011

I'm thirsty for that vanes angulo fight.

Comment by Muscles72 on 08-25-2011

El perro is a beast and I think oscar don't want to put him in wit the dawg you're right about tha in fact I don't think any of the top jmw can touch him anyway he'll stop canelo.

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