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Alejandro Sanabria Training Hard For Crawford Clash

By Miguel Rivera

Lightweight contender Alejandro Sanabria (34-1-1, 25KOs) is training hard in Jiquipilco, Mexico, as he prepares for an HBO televised challenge on June 15th at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas. The Mexican puncher will face undefeated American boxer Terrence Crawford (20-0, 15KOs). Alejandro is being trained by his father and coach Sergio Sanabria and sparring tough rounds with Mahonri "Ruso Jr" Montes (27-2-1, 20KOs).

More sparring partners are coming for the strong stage of the training camp. In the morning he runs for about 50 minutes in the mountains of Jiquipilco. In the evening he hits the gym and spars for six rounds with Montes.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by richardt on 05-21-2013

Crawford is gifted.....I look forward to seeing more of him. He reminds me a little of Pernell Whitaker and maybe another fighter can't think of.

Comment by adamdoyle on 05-21-2013

[QUOTE=SlySlickSmooth;13402347]Ehh, seems like a stepdown in competition, correct me if I'm wrong. Let's see Crawford in with a pure boxer.[/QUOTE] Yep! Crawford is miles better than Gonzales who looked brilliant till he quit.I Got Crawford over any 135-140 fighter including…

Comment by SlySlickSmooth on 05-21-2013

Ehh, seems like a stepdown in competition, correct me if I'm wrong. Let's see Crawford in with a pure boxer.

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