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Photos: Mike Alvarado in Beast Mode For Marquez Bout

Los Angeles, Ca.  ---   Former Jr. Welterweight champion Mike Alvarado of Denver,Co works out in Los Angeles for his upcoming 12-round welterweight battle against four-division world champion Juan Manuel Marquez of Mexico.   Promoted by Top Rank® in association with Zanfer Promotions, Márquez Boxing and Tecate, Márquez and Alvarado will collide at The Forum in Inglewood,Ca. on Saturday, May 17 and will be televised live on HBO®.  --- Photos by Chris Farina/Top Rank.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by sugarsmosley_ on 05-06-2014

jmm was hanging in there with bradley not too long ago, he should have enough to dispatch alvarado

Comment by mabfan#1 on 05-06-2014

Personally i think this is a toss up 50/50 fight... mile high is young, strong, and bigger than juan.. with that said Dinamita has more experience, guile, and better technique... to me this is an entertaining fight while it lasts…

Comment by Stark777 on 05-06-2014

I hope he wins, I don´t want to see another Pac vs Marquez

Comment by UTEP on 05-06-2014

Alvarado would have been better off having this fight at 147, he looked like a damn skeleton for the Provodnikov weigh in. The 143 catchweight will help him a little bit.

Comment by -=Shade=- on 05-06-2014

[QUOTE=Black Barty;14518735]To me its more about what JMM has left. Even the version that fought Bradley should be able to handle the Alvarado that fought Provo.[/QUOTE] I'll buy that as well. Though JMM was badly broken down by the time…

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