Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez and Austin Trout both made weight for their 154 lb. unification bout Saturday evening at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas. Alvarez came in at 153.5 lb., while Trout tipped the scales at a trim and ready 153.25 lb. The bout is a rare scenario of two unbeaten titlists squaring off in their respective primes and in their ideal weight class. Even more fitting is the fact that both won belts at roughly the same time just over two years ago.
Video: Canelo and Trout Make Weight in San Antonio
That was tense it should be a great fight I can't wait!Comment by Apple Mac Stud on 04-19-2013
[QUOTE=mathed;13268675]Canelo is gonna break Trout's mid-section to bits[/QUOTE] Just like Cotto did...Comment by Sake1 on 04-19-2013
"Abneeeeer Mareeeeees. Abner Cotto, of course it's Abner Cotto" :D:DComment by royjonesjrKTFO on 04-19-2013
[QUOTE=Pan-Africanist;13268375]Good that this fight is for the ring title as well.[/QUOTE] Why not? It's the linear Championship. Unless you consider Ishe Smith THE champion.Comment by mathed on 04-19-2013
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