Photos: Canelo Continues To Push Himself For Cintron

By Miguel Rivera

Saul "Canelo" Alvarez continues to push himself in camp, as he prepares for his scheduled defense of the WBC junior middleweight title against former champion Kermit Cintron, which takes place on the 26th of November at the Monumental Plaza Mexico. Training in his native Jalisco, Canelo is being supervised by Chepo and Edison Reynoso. Canelo has been sparring for six rounds with Nobuhiro Ishida and undefeated prospect Gilberto Ramirez.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by DeadLikeMe on 05-16-2013

[QUOTE=puga;11397245][COLOR="Black"][B]canelo is ****en bum[/B][/COLOR] ...him , chavez jr and gesta...they are all bums...until they prove otherwise...[/QUOTE] :lol1: ok now this is funny.

Comment by dblaze9 on 11-10-2011

I like this kid. I think he looks strong in the ring most of the time, besides that couple of rounds when Gomez literally had him stuck in place. But he is growing and he understands that its going to…

Comment by Luffy on 11-10-2011

Why are people *****ing about him training hard? It's what he's supposed to do, I guarantee cintron is training the hardest he's ever done in his career. Only fitting Canelo does the same.

Comment by cornholioda3rd on 11-10-2011

Would Canelo be as hated on if he didn't have a (gift) belt?

Comment by Bushbaby on 11-10-2011

Why? Who's his team trying to kid? Cintron just barely scraped by an espn fighter. Canelo & Chavez jr are two of the only fighters that i have ever seen own a world championship & have yet to fight elite,…

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