Photos: Brandon Rios is Putting in Work For Mike Alvarado
Former Lightweight champion Brandon "Bam Bam" Rios works out with trainer Robert Garcia during media day at Fortune Boxing Gym for his upcoming exciting rematch against Mike Alvarado of their 2012 Fight of the Year-nominated fight. Rios-Alvarado II will take place, Saturday, March 30 at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas, Nev. Promoted by Top Rank®, in association with Tecate, this Junior Welterweight championship rumble will be televised live on HBO Boxing After Dark®. --- Photos by Chris Farina/Top Rank.
[QUOTE=b morph;13164701]WAAAARRRRRR!!!! if Alvarado actually sticks to the plan and boxes rios, Alvarado wins pretty easily, but something tells me its gonna be toe-to-toe and its not gonna go the distance[/QUOTE] :no1: Bam Bam by KO all over again after…Comment by Bushbaby on 03-20-2013
Now while I cannot wait for this fight, what the future holds for Bam Bam is saddening. I know he only has 3 options on the table. And that requires moving to 147. When 140 is soo damn hot right…Comment by ROSS CALIFORNIA on 03-20-2013
[QUOTE=BennyST;13165654]Alvarado sticks and moves? Are you kidding? He couldn't if he wanted to! He's not tht type of fighter and doesn't have the stamina, style or skill.[/QUOTE] But he might be scared into it. He knows last time he couldn't…Comment by ROSS CALIFORNIA on 03-20-2013
[QUOTE=b morph;13164701]WAAAARRRRRR!!!! if Alvarado actually sticks to the plan and boxes rios, Alvarado wins pretty easily, but something tells me its gonna be toe-to-toe and its not gonna go the distance[/QUOTE] True. And Alvarado has already proven he is not…Comment by Tuavale on 03-20-2013
This will be another entertaining donnybrook but Rios is better catcher and pitcher even though Alvarado is awfully rugged in his own right. Rios too explosive, will catch him again, perhaps earlier. Alvarado should go light for a few fights…Post a Comment - View More User Comments (28)