Video: Chris Algieri Puts in Over 30 Minutes of Work

Macau, China - Radio Rahim catches up with undefeated WBO junior welterweight champion Chris Algieri, who put in over 30 minutes of hard work at his media workout. Algieri moved up to a catch-weight of 144-pounds to take on WBO welterweight champion Manny Pacquiao on Saturday night at the Venetian, which is going to be carried as an HBO Pay-Per-View main event. Algieri plans to use timing to counter the advantage in speed of Pacquiao, who is gunning to secure his first knockout victory since he knocked out Miguel Cotto in 2009. 

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by ADP02 on 11-22-2014

Algieri is looking good and ready .......... You can see that he will be trying to use his reach/height advantage and foot movement. Lot's of jabs and double jabs .... He is looking sharp!

Comment by Hougigo on 11-22-2014

Too bad he didn't work out before weighing in

Comment by Ruthless One on 11-22-2014

Algieri looking good.

Comment by Biolink on 11-22-2014

That jab looking deadly. He's gonna need it...

Comment by chris5 on 11-22-2014

but he forgets to extend fully and punch THROUGH his target. This allows him to bring his hands back fast but then you lose snap on all your punches. He should mix up more between fully extending and committing and…

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