Floyd Mayweather vs. Canelo Alvarez: Freddie Roach Makes A Prediction
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We know that Mayweather turned it down, but the truth is this: Mayweather has four fights left after this next one [on Sept. 14 against Canelo Alvarez] and I’m not sure there are four guys in the world left for him to fight without Manny Pacquiao being one of them.” However, even if the unthinkable happens and both superstars lose their next bouts, the mega-fight will still be commercially viable and likely to break all pay-per-view records should it happen. Don’t believe the media tales about how the time has come and gone for this bout. When/if the fight becomes a legitimate possibility, the fans will come running and the bout will be as big as it was ever going to be. ****************** Paul Magno was a licensed official in the state of Michoacan, Mexico and a close follower of the sport for more than thirty years. His work can also be found on Fox Sports and as Editor-in-Chief of The Boxing Tribune .
But it’s a great boxing match,” Roach said . Follow Us : “Well you know [Alvarez is] a pretty good puncher and a tough guy. But does he have a chance at beating Mayweather? I don’t think so.
Is a Mayweather fight in Khan’s future?
14 first. Will “Money” prevail? “Mayweather might be one step ahead of Canelo,” Khan said. “Canelo’s style might fall a little short.” And how could Khan beat the 44-0 Mayweather? “Two things, speed and explosiveness, would help me beat Floyd,” Amir said.