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Photos: Saul Alvarez Pounds Kermit Cintron in Mexico City

Plaza Mexico, Mexico City - WBC junior middleweight champion Saul "Canelo" Alvarez (39-0-1, 29KOs) stopped former welterweight beltholder Kermit "The Killer" Cintron (33-5-1, 28KOs) in the fifth round. Cintron went down in the fourth after getting banged with two hard right hands. He made it up and survived until the end of the round, but he was rocked badly at the bell and struggled to get back to his own corner. A cut broke open on Cintron's nose from the fourth round damage. Cintron tried to go out on his shield in the fifth, and started taking a slow beating to the head and body, and he looked dead tired. Alvarez landed a combo against the ropes as the referee jumped in to save Kermit from further damage. Photos by Rene Perez.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by microMXL on 11-28-2011

Altitude in Mexico City is fvcked up for sure, I want to see alvarez vs lara, molina or kirkland, hell throw Mayorga in there for teh lulz

Comment by WombBat on 11-27-2011

get him in there with Kirkland, thatd be a good test. Either one could get KOd

Comment by german411 on 11-27-2011

Is that arena at high altitude? I really don't know, but if it was I can see why he looked so tired. You have to train at high altitude to fight at a high altitude, cuz it takes all the…

Comment by Evil Abed on 11-27-2011

[QUOTE=Visceral;11480393]Cotto or Marg will take that easy pay day. Molina is screaming for a fight like that. Lara too. Others as well.[/QUOTE] Nothing easy about taking a beating.

Comment by Evil Abed on 11-27-2011

[QUOTE=uoykcuf;11479630]Alvarez looks like he has big ass thigh muscles.[/QUOTE] The better to destroy JMW's with. Canelo can compete with any 154 fighter in the world. Molina should be next.

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