Heavyweight contender Frank Sanchez is the latest boxer to leave the training services of Eddy Reynoso, who is best known for his work with four division world champion Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez.

Recently, Reynoso and lightweight star Ryan Garcia parted ways in a very public spat. Garcia is now being trained by veteran coach Joe Goossen.

There was no hostile break between Sanchez and Reynoso. He says the respected trainer was simply too busy.

Sanchez, a highly ranked Cuban boxer, is also now being trained by Goossen. He expects to fight again on a date in July.

“Firstly, I was in Miami on vacation and then I came to camp with Joe to prepare for my next fight which we should announce soon. With Eddy and Canelo we have the best relationships. Everything is normal. Eddy had a great camp with Canelo and he was very busy. Now he is on vacation and that is why I came with Joe, but everything is normal with Eddy," Sanchez told George Ebro.

Sanchez indicates that he doesn't rule out the possibility of going back Reynoso at some point in the future.

"The doors are open with Reynoso and with Team Canelo. My doors are open. They are on vacation after a long camp. I got a fight and I have to look for opportunities and develop here with Joe during this time," Sanchez said.

“Joe is a great trainer, who knows how to handle heavyweights well. I like the way he trains, prepares the fighters. My managers contacted him and he opened his arms to me, he received me here. First I came to Los Angeles and I was practicing for a few days with him, seeing how he trains. Obviously, he has been a trainer with great champions, with a lot of experience in boxing. He knows quite a bit. I like how he is working with me and I feel good with him.

“Goosen has a lot that I can learn from, especially from someone so experienced in this sport. I am a boxer who is always learning. We are already working on several aspects, such as inside boxing, attacking a little more. I feel very good there. With Geovany Bruzón, another Cuban with whom I get along with very well. He's a good fighter, good human person. We have known Ryan Garcia for a long time. We are like family. His time here has been very positive.”