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Video: Alvarado's Trainer Admits Wrong Strategy Used
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Ryan Burton catches up with Shann Villhauer, the co-trainer of former WBO junior welterweight champion Mike Alvarado, to discuss his fighter's ten round TKO defeated to Ruslan Provodnikov.
Tags: Ruslan Provodnikov , Mike Alvarado , video , Alvarado-Provodnikov , Alvarado vs Provodnikov

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comment by Bigg Rigg, on 10-21-2013
Mike would have gotten blasted like he did in the first fight with rios. He won the second fight cuz he boxed.

comment by Evol, on 10-21-2013
hard to understand why mike came out and fought the same way he did against rios in the first fight. i would have thought mike would box and move around more against ruslan.

comment by MDPopescu, on 10-21-2013
[QUOTE=BeGoodToMother]Rusland landed on the head and body. Moving that much as Mike did is a huge circumference and will get you tired as well as the body shots. Ruslan has power and they may tire him out when he throws, but it will effect any fighter if he lands enough.[/QUOTE] Ruslan cuts...

comment by Los Zetas, on 10-21-2013
[QUOTE=Sugar Adam Ali]I thought ruslan started fast and took round 1,, but mike looked real sharp in rds 2,3 but then seemed not to be able to handle ruslan's bodywork and pressure,,,,, I like how mike kept his guard high and tight, but he didnt make ruslan pay for coming in.. Mike should have...

comment by MDPopescu, on 10-21-2013
[QUOTE=daggum]it was the wrong strategy. he should have used the wlad-povetkin strategy. hold everytime opponent gets close! that way he would be called the most dominant 140 pounder.[/QUOTE] ... Well, you're not far from the truth! Not far at all...

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