Photos: Saul Alvarez, Kermit Cintron Face To Face in MX

Mexico City, Mexico - Saul "Canelo" Alvarez (38-0-1, 28KOs) and dangerous former champion Kermit "The Killer" Cintron (33-4-1, 28KOs) went face to face in Mexico City, as they officially announced their showdown for November 26th in Mexico. Alvarez will defend his WBC junior middleweight title for the third time. HBO will televise the fight as part of a special split-feed event. Alvarez faces the most experienced opponent of his young career and Cintron gets a must-win opportunity. Photos by Pepe Rodriguez/WBC

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by TheSlickster on 10-27-2011

I hope to see the Citron that showed up against Williams. He looked fresh, strong and was actually beating Williams. That Citron would beat Alvarez no question. But if its the weak one that we've seen recently, then...Alvarez will win…

Comment by KRAFTSMAN on 10-27-2011

Alvarez has a weak body. Cintron needs to focus on that spot. It slows down Canelo by a mile.

Comment by juandabomb on 10-27-2011

props to the photographer for taking pics of them beautiful promo women

Comment by armindo54 on 10-27-2011

[QUOTE=DoktorSleepless;11337927]Man, Cintron looks like he's going through chemo.[/QUOTE] Bro, I was eating when I saw this and I almost choked from laughing so hard!!

Comment by $mannyFresh on 10-27-2011

[QUOTE=freedom213;11339223]I dont know if Kermit is at a good place in his career to take advantage of this opportunity but if he can put in a good training camp and put together a good gameplan he seems to handle boxer…

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