Floyd Mayweather Jr, Canelo is not for the slow one.

Photo: Mayweather Family – The Four Horsemen

Oscar may still be bitter of the fact, that ever since Floyd clinically out boxed him in his fight that he is now looking for a small ounce of assurance that every fighter Floyd gets into the ring with he will lose. Sadly for him, that is false. The only type of fighters that can give Mayweather problems are those with speed, movement, long reach, high fitness levels and effective straight punches. Realistically, the only fighters that come to mind with the aforementioned attributes are Amir Khan and Manny Pacquiao.

Mayweather vs. Canelo Ends Among 10,000 In Los Angeles

I know I haven’t reached my peak yet and that I still have a lot to learn, but I wish it was September 14 already. It’s an honor for me to be fighting on such an important weekend like Mexican Independence Day.” Canelo didn’t think his weight fluctuated much during the sometimes exhausting tour. “I was able to run on a treadmill at the hotel every couple days,” he said. “I think my weight today is about what it was when we started.” The freckle-faced, red-haired Canelo, who turns 23 on July 18, was scheduled to fly to Guadalajara Wednesday morning. He will spend a few days at home with his family before returning to Los Angeles early next week where he will finalize preparations for training camp which will take place in the mountains near Big Bear, Calif.


Factors to determine outcome of Mayweather Vs Canelo fight Source: BoxingNews24.com Mayweathers knock out ratio is just about 60%, indicative of his decent power, but certainly not overwhelming power. Canelo has an advantage in this department. (Photo credit: Esther Lin/Showtime) By Babatis Banda: I a … Martinez, not Golovkin, is the middleweight for Mayweather Source: Boxing Socialist There are a lot of reasons people criticize Floyd Mayweather Jr. Some question the quality of his opposition. Others claim he ducked Manny Pacquiao.

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