The unified super middleweight champion continues to shine and take on the biggest challenges available
As it should be, given the influence he holds as the game’s greatest star and ruling pound-for-pound lord, Canelo Alvarez has been commended needlessly ridiculous year for his obligation to in any case look for troublesome difficulties inside various weight divisions.
Yet, can we currently turn the concentration to something different, and basically more significant, only days eliminated from Alvarez’s obliteration of unbeaten super middleweight champion Billy Joe Saunders in their unification battle? Alvarez, at age 30, isn’t just improving with each enormous battle, he’s doing as such at a genuinely disturbing rate.
Alvarez (56-1-2, 38 KOs) turned ace at the youthful age of 15 and was at that point featuring significant compensation per-see occasions by the age of 23, which implies it has been quite a while since the Mexican hotshot’s face wasn’t high up among the game’s greatest draws. However it would be difficult for anybody to return to those occasions and envision Alvarez would really turn into this great en route as a total warrior who has conveyed his catalyst to the higher divisions.
Much of the credit for that goes to the relentless drive Alvarez still has to get better even though his Hall of Fame legacy has seemingly long been stamped. A great deal of it should also go to his longtime trainer, Eddy Reynoso, who only recently has become the “it” coach of the sport taking on a number of high-profile clients.