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Photos: Canelo Finishes Camp in Mexico, Off To Big Bear

By Miguel Rivera

Mexico's Saul "Canelo" Alvarez (39-0-1, 29KOs) has finished up his preparation in the capital of Jalisco, and young Mexican champion has already left to continue his training in the mountains of Big Bear, California. Canelo will spend the next seven weeks  in Big Bear, as he continues to train for his next defense of the WBC junior middleweight title - against former three division world champion "Sugar" Shane Mosley on May 5th at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.

"The fitness we achieved so far has been very good," said Edison Reynoso, coach and strategist for Canelo. "On Tuesday morning, we are going to start with two hours of running and then continue the same [high] level of work in the gym, and at bedtime we'll analyze videos Shane Mosley's recent fights."

Next week, three or four African-American sparring partners are set to arrive in Big Bear to join Canelo's camp.

"Developing great speed in his legs and hands will be the key, among other things, to beat Mosley," he said Reynoso.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Cleto_Reyes on 03-13-2012

Shane mosley fights like a mexican why bring in African American fighter??

Comment by MJ406 on 03-13-2012

funny how the sparring partners are distinguished as African American, lol

Comment by pelonxsoldier28 on 03-12-2012

They both got class, so I don't see any animosity during training. Funny **** kinda reminds me when Vargas was jogging and fell real hard, De La Hoya runs by laughing at him hahahahahaha

Comment by deliveryman on 03-12-2012

They gonna be neighbors :boxing:

Comment by _original_ on 03-12-2012

Isn't that where Shane trains too?

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