The "curse" will be on when Alvarez attends the Mayweather fight. Having worked for Canelo in the past will this attendance change the outcome for Guerrero? I know he hopes so! With a lot of bad blood already between Canelo and Mayweather it is no doubt the camera will find its way to Alvarez more than once on Saturday May 4th on SHOWTIME 9EST/PST
For the first time in the history of boxing, a fight has been scored round by round by fans with live results of each round posted in the app. This interactive user experience has never happened before and it is just a start to what is coming. John Butler, the founder and CEO of Atlas Apps says, "We are proud to bring an amazing user experience to boxing fans." John also goes on to say, "We have only started to show fans of all sports and events this great technology". With the boxing giants at In this Corner, James "Smitty" Smith, Jon Hait and the rest of their amazing team this app has everything fans are looking for and more. This team is now gearing up for the next fight this Saturday night April 27th Garcia vs. Judah on Showtime at 9pm ET/PT.
Now that Trout is behind him Canelo has his sight on you know who!! Mayweather. Now that Canelo has found more independence after this win he has his sights set on Mayweather on Mexican Independence day in September. This has always been a historic day for Mexican fighters. Lets hope it happens.
Are you ready to see the Mexican "SUPERSTAR" Alvarez go toe to toe with "NO DOUBT" Trout? The sold out crowd of 38,000 in San Antonio is ready! Get your head in the game. This is a big fight with a big card leading up to it.
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When the 43-0 fighter completed training at his Las Vegas gym Tuesday night in preparation for his May 4 welterweight title defense against Robert Guerrero at the MGM Grand, he repeated his change from uncle to father to a television interviewer.
Guillermo Rigondeaux vs. Nonito Donaire, One of the greatest amateur boxers of all time showed Filipino boxing sensation Nonito Donaire how to win last night at Radio City Music Hall in New York, N.Y. to win WBO belt.
In the main event, pro debuting two-time Olympic Gold Medalist and three-time world amateur champion Zou Shiming won a four round unanimous decision over Eleazar Valenzuela (2-2-1, 1 KOs) in a flyweight bout. Showing great quickness but not a lot of power, Shiming outclassed a very tough kid, winning 40-36 on all cards.
Juan Francisco Estrada (23-2, 17 KOs) seized the WBA and WBO flyweight titles by taking a twelve round split decision against reigning champion Brian Viloria (32-4, 19 KOs) on Saturday night in the Cotai Arena at the luxurious Venetian Macao Resort in Macao, China. It was a very exciting fight with both fighters throwing bombs from from the get-go. In a war of attrition Estrada kept coming as Viloria faded. Viloria took heavy punishment late. Scores were 116-111, 117-111 for Estrada and 115-113 for Viloria.
WBO jr lightweight champion Roman Martinez (27-1-2, 16 KOs) won a twelve round split decision to retain his title against previously unbeaten #1 rated mandatory challenger Diego Magdaleno (23-1, 9 KOs). Martinez scored a knockdown with a right hand in round four and stalked Magdaleno the entire fight. Magdaleno had his moments, but Martinez did enough to win by scores of 115-112, 114-113 on two cards. Magdaleno was up 116-111 on the third card.
In a war, 12:1 underdog Yasutaka Ishimoto (22-6, 5 KOs) scored a majority decision over former WBO super bantamweight champion Wilfredo “WV2″ Vazquez Jr (22-3-1, 19 KOs). It was a grueling and close back-and-forth fight. Ishimoto scored a knockdown in round eight when WV2 touched a glove to the canvas and then closed the fight strong to pull it out by scores of 95-95, 96-93, 95-94.