At twenty-four years old Saul “Canelo” Alvarez has achieved plenty in the world of boxing.  Beginning his career at the age of fifteen, Alvarez has been a professional nearly ten years and in the process has captured the WBC and the WBA super welterweight titles and lost them.  On his way to his present state :READ MORE...
THE MYSTERIOUS CASE OF “CANELO”
The boxing universe is up in arms from the hoopla caused by the Floyd Mayweather Jr and Manny Pacquiao meet and greet earlier this week in Miami.  Both at the American Airlines Arena for the professional boxing game between the Miami Heat against the Milwaukee Bucks, they had a quick summit during halftime where they :READ MORE...
CAN THE FIGHT STILL HAPPEN IN MAY?


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THE MYSTERIOUS CASE OF "CANELO"

At twenty-four years old Saul “Canelo” Alvarez has achieved plenty in the world of boxing.  Beginning his career at the age of fifteen, Alvarez has been a professional nearly ten years and in the process has captured the WBC and the WBA super welterweight titles and lost them.  On his way to his present state in the sport he has amassed one of the biggest fan bases in boxing as well as quite an amount of ire from a number of fight fans ... :Read more


CAN THE FIGHT STILL HAPPEN IN MAY?

The boxing universe is up in arms from the hoopla caused by the Floyd Mayweather Jr and Manny Pacquiao meet and greet earlier this week in Miami.  Both at the American Airlines Arena for the professional boxing game between the Miami Heat against the Milwaukee Bucks, they had a quick summit during halftime where they exchanged numbers and set up a sit down for later the same night.  Now Rick Reeno and Steve Kim posted on their website that ... :Read more


RIOS PUTS ALVARADO THROUGH THE WRINGER

As predicted two trains crashed into each other on Saturday night at the 1st Bank Center in Denver, Colorado, live on HBO.  What was expected to be a war turned into a train wreck as former world champion Brandon “Bam Bam” Rios completely annihilated hometown fighter “Mike High” Mike Alvarado in three rounds. It was all Rios from the opening bell as he swarmed on top of Alvarado as he landed power punches from close range to the b... :Read more