Photo: Saul Alvarez Scales in, 165.5 at 30-Day Weigh-In
By Miguel Rivera
After performing his morning run on the shore of Big Bear Lake, WBC junior middleweight champion Saul "Canelo" Alvarez stepped on the scale for the WBC's mandatory 30-day weigh-in. He faces former three division champion Shane Mosley on May 5th at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Alvarez weighed in at 165.5 pounds in the presence of Rudy Tellez, the supervisor for the WBC. Alvarez came in below the maximum allowed weight (10% above the limit of 154-pounds).
[QUOTE=El Angel;11975544]Picture sure looks familiar. I think I've seen that on someone's sig before.[/QUOTE] Yo, I want some free points how do we bet? I got Martinez over Chavez. You down?Comment by El Angel on 04-06-2012
Picture sure looks familiar. I think I've seen that on someone's sig before.Comment by NearHypnos on 04-05-2012
Looking solid. He'll have no problem making weight. 10 pounds is nothing to make in 30 days. Especially considering how easily he could shed some water weight in a sauna... He's good. When it's like 20 pounds or so away,…Comment by cixthree on 04-05-2012
[QUOTE=Mannie Phresh;11973733]I think Canelo beats jcc jr without the catchweight hes a better boxer. plus the last time i checked as long as you can make the the weight their isnt a rehydration law in nsac anyways.[/QUOTE]Its nolonger an issue…Comment by AHUEVO on 04-05-2012
[QUOTE=BornToLive;11974395][B]Saul Alavarez will be at 160 when WBC start the same day weigh in's, Chavez will be at 168lb's when that happens getting his ass handed to him.[/B][/QUOTE] No need to go up to 168, if he signs on the…Post a Comment - View More User Comments (25)