Guerrero believes Floyd too fast for ‘Canelo’
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Although Guerrero, who had a decision loss to the American, has seen improvements in Alvarezs style, he believes the fair-skinned Mexican will be outpaced by the slick-fighting Mayweather. Canelo has improved tremendously since he won a world championship, but I think Mayweather will be too fast for him, the Mexican-American said in Boxing Scene. ( http://www.boxingscene.com/?m=show&opt=printable&id=67528#ixzz2YiPKd0zd ) Alvarez has begun training for the fight following their 11-city media tour to promote the bout. The fight, agreed at a 152-pound catchweight, takes place on September 14 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas with the WBC and WBA super light middleweight title at stake. Guerrero said if Mayweather remains as fast as he did during their welterweight clash last May, then Alvarez is in big trouble.
“I love the kid, but you’ve got to realize, just look at my career. I already fought a guy that was so crafty in Genaro Hernandez at 21 years old. I feel like in the sport of boxing now, a lot of these guys are fighting guys that’s handpicked, which I understand because this is a business, also.” It was an honest, but odd public truth told by someone not exactly known for his candor when it comes to his own world and close circle of allies. It’s not out of the question that, maybe, Mayweather opted to give Broner a bit of a public dressing down. Broner’s already-swollen ego had grown especially large during the entire Malignaggi fight experience and led him to some grandiose bragging and even a thing or two that could’ve been construed as a challenge to his five-division champ “Big Bro.” “My big brother got his legacy, I got mine,” Broner said at a press function days before the Malignaggi fight when asked about the possibility of facing Mayweather.