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Video: Mike Alvarado's Trainer Breaks Down Marquez Bout

Ryan Burton catches up with Shann Vilhauer, trainer of former champion Mike Alvarado, to discuss a potential fight with former four division world champion Juan Manuel Marquez, targeted for May 17th on HBO. Vilhauer talks about Alvarado's chances in the fight, what Marquez brings to the table, Alvarado's loss to Ruslan Provodnikov, and how a fight would play out between Provodnikov and Brandon Rios.
User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Hougigo on 02-23-2014

[QUOTE=Augustane;14260799]I agree with his trainer in the sense of the catchweight. I don't understand why they agreed to it, since I know Marquez is dictating the terms, and I feel like 140 is a weight that benefits Marquez more.[/QUOTE] maybe…

Comment by Pacnot on 02-23-2014

#1P4P Floyd jr pissed on JMM face for 12 round! He should retire after he KO'd Pacnot. Lose to Baldly driver, now fighting again so he can fight the winner of Baldly vs Pacnot 2...typical whiner!:fing26:

Comment by LouIE G on 02-23-2014

[QUOTE=mistermartin;14261248]Is this dude forreal. Alvarado...Rios...nor Provod can fu*k w/ Jmm. All B & C class fighters w/ styles taylor-made for Marquez. The guy just said that Mike alvarado was headlining his first major bout in his Home Town AS CHAMPION…

Comment by LouIE G on 02-23-2014

[QUOTE=cyberthugpatrol;14261163]lucky punch ???? LMAO !!!!! idiot sh* t talking white trash Pacroid fights Marquez 100 times, Pacroid gets beat 100 times Marquez KO over Alvarado inside 6, easy tune up fight[/QUOTE] Youre shiat,and you dont know shiat about boxing!!!

Comment by Rudiamonds on 02-22-2014

[QUOTE=cyberthugpatrol;14261163]lucky punch ???? LMAO !!!!! idiot sh* t talking white trash Pacroid fights Marquez 100 times, Pacroid gets beat 100 times Marquez KO over Alvarado inside 6, easy tune up fight[/QUOTE] But PAC already beat twice and the first fight…

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