Advertisement
Advertisement
Boxingscene.com

Photos: Canelo Working on Quick Movements For Cintron

Although most of the Mexicans were celebrated the 'Day of The Dead,' Saul "Canelo" Alvarez did not stop training because in three weeks he defends his WBC 154-pound title against Puerto Rican puncher Kermit Cintron, taking place on the 26th of November at the Expo Bancomer Santa Fe, located in Mexico City. Alvarez was training this week in the capital of Jalisco.

He wakes up early, going straight to his morning run and then he goes right to the gym. Chepo and Edison Reynoso oversee his daily work. On Thursday Alvarez will begin sparring with Japan's Nobuhiro Ishida. In the meantime, he devotes most of his time to perfecting the strategy that he plans to use to defeat Cintron.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Alx. on 11-03-2011

[QUOTE=ShoulderRoll;11363585]Maybe he can get Kermit to jump out of the ring again.[/QUOTE] :rofl: was thinking the same

Comment by DJ OxXx on 11-03-2011

[QUOTE=sebastianb7312;11364381]The Frog will hop his way into retirement after this fight.... Cmon why do you think they are giving this guy To Fraudnello... After P Will smashed Kermit,hes never been the same> cmon he lost to Molina and looked bad,…

Comment by sebastianb7312 on 11-03-2011

The Frog will hop his way into retirement after this fight.... Cmon why do you think they are giving this guy To Fraudnello... After P Will smashed Kermit,hes never been the same> cmon he lost to Molina and looked bad,…

Comment by DJ OxXx on 11-03-2011

I'm Gonna Laugh when Kermit sparks him out. I think Canelo is gonna get "angulo'ed" by Kermit Cintron.

Comment by chiguy91 on 11-03-2011

i like watching alvarez fight tbh, looking forward to this one.

Post a Comment - View More User Comments (13)
Top Headlines Russian Boxing Scene Update: Upcoming Events Joshua Pleads With Wilder To Start Fighting Better Opponents Chavez Jr. Aims To Reclaim Lost Fans By Knocking Off Canelo Photo: Lucian Bute, Eleider Alvarez on Weight, Ready For Battle Washington: I Have A lot That Deontay Wilder Hasn't Seen Before Usyk-Hunter, Gvozdyk-Gonzalez Added To Lomachenko-Sosa British Boxing News: Flanagan-Petrov, Skeete-Singleton, Jay Harris Holyfield Joins PBC Broadcast Team For Wilder-Washington WBC Outlines, Explains The 'Clean Boxing' Drug Testing Program Hughie Fury On Verge of Losing Parker Shot, Must Sign Contract Dmitry Bivol Pounds, Stops Robert Berridge in Four Rounds Tony Bellew: I Want To Be Out Of Boxing Within 12 Months Izu Ugonoh on Signing His Deal With Al Haymon Wilder Aims To Send Message With Statement KO of Washington Jacobs' Adviser: Golovkin Will Pay on 3/18 for Canelo Negotiations Chavez Jr: Canelo Alvarez is Afraid of Gennady Golovkin! Frank Warren: I Strongly Fancy Walsh To Beat Gervonta Davis Braekhus Feels Refreshed With New Team, Plans For Showcase Joe Ham To Fight For Belt On Burns vs. Indongo Card De La Hoya: Canelo Would Beat Mayweather 'Easy' in Rematch! Luke Campbell Hopes To Get a Crack at Mikey Garcia's Title Chavez: I've Fought Better Opponents Than Canelo, I Can't Lose! Angel Garcia and The New York State Athletic Commission Horn's Promoter Will Wait To See How Pacquiao-Khan Plays Out Sullivan Barrera Denies Receiving Contract For Beterbiev Fight Arum Skeptical of $38M Offer to Bring Pacquiao-Khan to the UAE Roy Jones Jr. Wants Anderson Silva on Mayweather-McGregor NSAC Director Doubts Canelo-Chavez "Bet" Will Push Through Pacquiao Announces He is Negotiating With Khan for Next Fight Photo: Dmitry Bivol vs. Robert Berridge – Official Weigh-In Sanchez Adjusts Golovkin's Sparring Schedule For Jacobs Fight Emmanuel Rodriguez-Omar Narvaez Moves To March 11 SHO Bill Photos: Deontay Wilder, Gerald Washington Open Workouts Haye Wants Steel Fence To Avoid Violent Bust-Up With Bellew Miguel Flores Makes No Excuses After TKO Loss To Dat Nguyen Canelo: Chavez Jr. Accepted Our Bet, He Better Honor It After Loss! Shannon Briggs vs. Fres Oquendo Deal is Reached Oner: Avni Yildirim Too Strong, Will Take Teeth of David Benavides Adrian Granados Will Be Back on Showtime, Says Manager Cautious Chavez Certain He’ll Make 164.5 for Canelo Fight
Advertisement
Latest Active Forum Threads
Advertisement
Advertisement