Los Angelas, CA. – After Saul “Canelo” Alvarez and Miguel Cotto complied with the weights ordering the regulation of the World Boxing Council, for the WBC world championship title fight on November 21st it is clear that the Mexican star Alvarez has problems with the balance, as the new edition of the Pugilistic War Mexico vs. Puerto Rico, both fighters agreed that the fight out at 155 pounds., While Cotto (40-4, 33 KO’s) without problems already won the first round in weighing refers. The Puerto Rican star came in at 160.2, less than three kilograms above the ceiling agreed and his battle against the ghost of the weight has already made the win and by knockout cash. In Turn, The fighter program scholar Telmex ring, the one with the pearl of the west, recorded 167.8 pounds for (Canelo), very far away from the weight agreed and the work to be performed to remove Alvarez (45-1-1, 32 KO’s) the tonnage With which this exceeded, can reduce their potential and be affecting him in his athletic physical performance., It is already set the preventive yellow lights in his field of training. It is clear that in the camp of the fighter of the city of Guadalajara will have to resort to a job of extreme.
#COTTOCANELO @WBCBoxing MIDDLEWEIGHT WORLD CHAMPION MIGUEL COTTO & FORMER TWO-TIME WORLD CHAMPION CANELO ALVAREZ SET FOR HIGHLY ANTICIPATED MEGA-FIGHT ON SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21
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@RocNation Sports, @GoldenBoyBoxing Promotions, Miguel Cotto Promotions and @Canelo Promotions are pleased to announce the highly anticipated clash of two titans in a classic Puerto Rico vs. Mexico battle. On Saturday, Nov. 21, Miguel Cotto (40-4, 33 KOs), the reigning WBC, Ring Magazine and Lineal Middleweight World Champion and the first native of Puerto Rico to become world champion in four different weight classes, and Mexican superstar Canelo Alvarez (45-1-1, 32 KOs), a former WBC and WBA Super Welterweight World Champion will finally meet in the ring at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas for the WBC and Ring Magazine.