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Photos: Saul Alvarez in Top Form For Ryan Rhodes Clash

Saul "Canelo"Alvarez, the new super welterweight world champion (WBC), began working on strength and endurance for his scheduled battle with the British southpaw Ryan Rhodes, scheduled for June 18 at Arena VFG in Tlajomulco, Jalisco. Alvarez is already running between 6 and 7 kilometers in the mountains of Big Bear California, plus jogging beside a beautiful lake, everything under perfect weather for his preparation.

The "Canelo " is boxing seven rounds a day with the lefty Jose Reynoso, a slick super lightweight. Edison Reynoso, his coach and strategist with his father Chepo Reynoso, reported that last Wednesday, the champion weighed in at 75 kg. So, in his third week in the mountains of California, Saul Alvarez continues to go through camp smoothly.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Maidana vs Rios on 05-24-2011

[QUOTE=vxrandall;10595474]the mexicanas are all obviously smoking whatever their golden boy#s been smokin it seems....he is running 6km a day and fighting 20 minutes against a junior welter....whooooo....rhodes is fighting big middleweights for practice....he gonna devastate [size=4][b]gingerpubes[/b][/size]! christ...6km ...whats that..4miles.....kin hell..only…

Comment by mex602 on 05-24-2011

[QUOTE=boxingfan76;10591969]please expalin to me why a green kid like canelo must fight a very dangerous top champion with 1punch ko power like angulo while pac is exempt from doing so,and only beating up on the ghosts of former greats? whats…

Comment by KeepOnPushing on 05-24-2011

Why Dont some Folks Like Canelo? i could understand the whole "Opponents" thing , but he's like 21 or so , and i see sometimes guys say " i dont see much with him" i think he looks pretty good…

Comment by vxrandall on 05-24-2011

[QUOTE=boxingfan76;10591954]honestley I dont know why all the pacturds on here feel emboldened, Canelo in currenrt form is far more a formidable opponent than pacs last 6, those guys were formidable in name only as their best was taken away way…

Comment by vxrandall on 05-24-2011

the mexicanas are all obviously smoking whatever their golden boy#s been smokin it seems....he is running 6km a day and fighting 20 minutes against a junior welter....whooooo....rhodes is fighting big middleweights for practice....he gonna devastate gingerpubes! christ...6km ...whats that..4miles.....kin hell..only…

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