Can Canelo handle Floyd Mayweather’s Offensive skills?

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Posted on Wednesday, August 21st, 2013 at 12:42 pm.

Floyd Mayweather landing his left hook on Oscar De La Hoya

When boxing fans talk about Floyd Mayweather, Jr vs. Saul “Canelo” Alvarez, they wonder if Canelo will be able to hit the P4P King. What they forget is “Money” Mayweather has offensive talents Alvarez better watch out for September 14 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Will Canelo be “The One?”

Oscar De La Hoya thinks Saul "Canelo" Alvarez is The One.



One Response to “Can Canelo handle Floyd Mayweather’s Offensive skills?”

  1. Amos

    It depends on who you ask but the result at the Alamo dome was a slap at boxing, I had at a draw at worst or Trout by a point,, Well, Canelo is facing Floyd and he is a strong young champion who really believes in himself or so it seems,,,
    Its a fight that starts with a lot of spirit from the young lion, but the veteran would be as usual in a re-run. Typically, Alvarez would start in high gear but after 3-4 rounds the naturally flat footed puncher will emerge as he tires and seeks breaks. Floyd will then up his ante from the defense to defense plus offense… By the 7th round,, Alvarez will be taking the lessons and between the 8th round to 11th round; he will turn in his incomplete homework due to cuts and swelling from the masters paddle. He is a popular fighter yet less accomplished. Not to discredit his achievements,,,He is at this point because of his looks mostly the cinnamon hair,,,Ride while it lasts.. “Viva Mexico”


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