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Photos: Rigoberto Alvarez Ripped, Ready For Mundine

Rigoberto "Espanol" Alvarez (27-3, 20KOs) is in great shape, as he continues to train in the capital of Jalisco, Mexico for a September clash in Australia with former champion Anthony "The Man" Mundine (42-4, 25KOs). The bout will have the WBA's interim junior middleweight title at stake. The winner will be positioned a for a shot at the WBA's regular champion Austin Trout. Miguel Cotto is the WBA's "super champion" at 154-pounds.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by nycsmooth on 08-15-2011

So they fight...will mundine turn Trout down again?...If Alvarez wins he'll get beat worse this time vs Trout...hopefully Trout can stay in the US for his defense...

Comment by *Khan on 08-15-2011

He looks so good in shape because of the lightning.

Comment by Solitario on 08-15-2011

Damn, that's a dark gym. It looks more like a night club.

Comment by Corelone on 08-15-2011

Alvarez has a good chance. Mundine isn't a 154 lb.er and may leave his fight in the gym. I hope I don't see any scale tricks, such as; Alvarez will come in light, say 150, while Mundine comes in at…

Comment by Bomb_onya_Madre on 08-14-2011

sick this will bring out the best in choc hes got a massive challenge on his hands, but he loves a big challenge and will be up for it

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