Saul Alvarez: Morales Was Robbed, He Wins a Rematch
By Jhonny Gonzalez
WBC junior middleweight champion Saúl "Canelo" Álvarez is upset with Saturday's decision at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. The undefeated Mexican star does not agree with the three judges who gave Marcos Maidana a twelve round majority decision over former three division champion Erik Morales.
Alvarez saw Morales as the clear winner and said "it was a robbery" when asked for his opinion on the final outcome. Before the fight took place, Alvarez told reporters that Morales would end up winning.
There is talk of a possible rematch, and Alvarez is once again predicting a big win for Morales. He thinks Morales would have an easier time in a second meeting.
"In a rematch, Morales would win easily," Alvarez said.
It thought the fight was a narrow win to Maidana, although no one could have complained about a draw. Morales threw the much more accurate punches but Maidana just threw far more and finished stronger.Comment by Weebler I on 04-11-2011
[QUOTE=SekondzOut;10361973]as a member of the B.Hop NSB defense team....I think its my duty to go in on this :lol1: ladies and gents of the NSB jury...ever since B.Hop said some very ugly things to Calzaghe he's had to wear a…Comment by haverespect on 04-11-2011
[QUOTE=Check_hooks;10362013]Anyone who saw the fight saw Canelo jumping up and down like a monkey when Morales was doing good and their both mexican so of course hes gonna be bias. Anyone who says Morales won needs to watch the fight…Comment by thegonzo on 04-11-2011
[QUOTE=pistol whip;10361786]Of course the Reyna of La Isla de Ratones had to put in her two cents.[/QUOTE] lolololololololComment by Check_hooks on 04-11-2011
Anyone who saw the fight saw Canelo jumping up and down like a monkey when Morales was doing good and their both mexican so of course hes gonna be bias. Anyone who says Morales won needs to watch the fight…Post a Comment - View More User Comments (25)