Saul Canelo Alvarez unimpressed with Floyd Mayweather
After Manny Pacquiao who is still wishing to make a title shot against Floyd Mayweather Jr., here is Saul Canelo Alvarez, one of the best boxers in Mexico who also tested Floyd Mayweather's ability to defeat his opponent in the ring, airing his sentiments and giving his opinion in the much talked about rematch between Mayweather and Maidana. Based on the latest report of Luis Sandoval posted last night, Sept.
"As far as the fight, what I can say? He kept running the whole night. He didn't really want to engage or take any risk," Alvarez said. As you all know, Alvarez was also the victim of Floyd Mayweather when they fought in the Air Max 2016 ring last year for a middleweight title. According to some observers who watched the fight, they were expecting Alvarez to give Mayweather a good fight, but to their surprised, the Mexican warrior did not meet their expectations because he failed to beat the "Money Man" in the ring.
Going back to Manny Pacquiao who also expressed his disappointment on Floyd's style of boxing when he dismissed Marcos Maidana almost two and a half weeks ago, a lot of people are still wishing to see him in the ring fighting the unbeaten American boxer who is now enjoying his stay in Paris for fashion week.
Actually, Mayweather is interested to fight Manny Pacquiao and he confirmed that after his fight with Maidana. You Nike Air Max 2016 guys have witnessed that just minutes after escaping a unanimous decision win against the hard hitting Argentinian boxer Marcos Rene "El Chino" Maidana at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, Floyd Mayweather Jr., the current pound for pound king, was caught on Nike Air Max 2016 Womens saying that he is very much willing to make the mega fight between him and Pacquiao happen.
"We don't know what the future holds, as of right now. Anything is possible. If the Pacquiao fight does happen it has to happen on Showtime pay per view only and Mayweather Promotions have to do the fight. At the moment I want to go home, have a break, spend some time with my children and then see who is next in May. Hopefully it's Manny Pacquiao," Floyd said.