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Saul “Canelo” Alvarez (42-1-1, 30 Ko’s) will be playing it protected for his next battle by taking a trust manufacturer battle against Alfredo Angulo (22-3, 18 Ko’s) on March eighth at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada. Mexican news site Esto has broken the anecdote about this match-up. The Canelo-Angulo battle is required to be a pay-for every perspective session on Showtime. It’s set to be fascinating to perceive what amount this battle will be striving for on PPV, in light of the fact that both warriors are falling off of misfortunes.

HBO PPV: Canelo vs Angulo

Saturday, March 8,2014 at 9PM ET, MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas

Boxing:Canelo vs Angulo

Saturday,March 8,2014                                                                                                                     Time:   09:00 PM  (EST)
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Boxing:Canelo vs Angulo

Saturday,March 8,2014                                                                                                                         Time:   09:00 PM  (EST)
Rating:  TV-14
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Canelo is featuring the card, and surely Golden Boy Promotions will stack the undercard with fascinating battles to make it worth acquiring on PPV. For a primary occasion battle, Canelo-Angulo is not an engaging battle when you’re discussing paying to see it. Obviously, if Golden Boy decides to have this battle on standard Showtime then this isn’t an awful tuneup battle for Canelo. At the same time in no chance might as well this be a PPV battle.

This conceivably could be an intense battle for Canelo if Angulo has the ability to walk him down and power him to exchange the trenches. Canelo can dish it out well, however he doesn’t look great when he begins receiving nailed as an exchange like he was in his misfortune to Floyd Mayweather Jr. last September and in his nearby win over Austin Trout in April of a year ago. Assuming that Angulo has the capacity to take Canelo’s energy and power him into a war, this battle could wind up being a throw up. Angulo’s a great figure puncher, and that is a zone where Canelo is helpless. Angulo likewise likes to toss a ton of punches, and as we’ve seen in some of Canelo’s battles, he doesn’t appear fit for contending energetically for three minutes of each round.

Angulo as of late battled Erislandy Lara a year ago in June and was ceased in the tenth round. Angulo might have continued battling, however his right eye swelled up to the focus where he could scarcely see out of it. When he turned his back and strolled far from him after purportedly being thumbed in his awful eye, the battle was then stopped. The misfortune snapped a 2-battle win streak for Angulo. He had whipped Raul Casarez and Jorge Silva, and looked tolerable yet barely extraordinary. In 2011, Angulo was ceased by James Kirkland in the sixth round.

Assuming that Canelo loses this battle then Golden Boy is set to need to deduce what they’re set to do with him. He’s so enormous it would be impossible cut him back up to 147, and he’s not rough enough to battle at 160. Canelo couldn’t hang at 168, and he might have real issues battling at 175. It might be extreme on Golden Boy if Angulo takes him out. I think Canelo need to stay at 154, in light of the fact that he doesn’t match up against the best middleweights. Yet Golden Boy might need to begin being exceptionally watchful with Canelo’s matchmaking at the end of the day to keep him from losing more battles.

As per Fightnews, Canelo’s sibling Ricardo Alvarez will be confronting WBC between time lightweight champion Omar Figueroa. That is set to be an extreme battle for Ricardo, since Figueroa is a great contender with a ton of force.


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