By Miguel Rivera
According to trainer Clemente Medina, Mexico's Alfredo "Perro" Angulo (22-5, 18KOs) is hoping to turn things around. Angulo had a bad year in 2014, getting stopped by Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez in ten rounds in March and then getting upset a few months late by way of unanimous decision to James de la Rosa.
Medina hopes he can return on a date in May and likely at 160 or 162-pounds. He is unsure if the boxer can get down to 154-pounds again. The fight with De La Rosa was Angulo's debut at 160.
"We have nothing at the moment, we're just looking at a plan that maybe he'll be back in May. I need to work with him. He has lost something that he had him, spontaneous aggression, throwing a lot of punches, he stopped throwing punches. I work hard with him, so when two people are together and understand each other there is harmony," Medina told ESPN Deportes.