“The last name does not go up to fight for me”: Johan Álvarez, Canelo’s nephew, to his detractors

Johan Álvarez

Johansen alvarez, nephew of Saúl “Canelo” Álvarez, ensured that his last name does not go up to fight in the ring, after he achieved his second victory by knockout as a professional boxer.

“I have the last name, the last name does not go up to fight for me. Saul He is my uncle, but he does not go up to throw blows for me, “he said in an interview with Omar perez. “I am the one who killed myself, I prepare myself, I discipline myself, so the fights will speak for themselves.”

At 17 years of age, the son of Alberto Alvarez, who is brother of Canelo, made his professional debut on June 19 by knocking out Erick Gomez Hernandez in the function that had to Julio Cesar Chavez Y Hector Camacho Jr., as well as Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. Y Anderson Silva.

The boxer from Guadalajara had no problem finishing his opponent in the first round and for his second professional confrontation, he also defeated in the opening episode Owen rodriguez in Tijuana.

“The truth is I believe that it is not only the last name, I fight with my heart and fists,” he said. Johansen.

Although the start was slow for AlvarezAs the clock progressed, he settled into the ring and thus, after two left hooks, he sent him to the canvas and the fight was over.

The Reynoso seal

Johansen alvarez has shown in his two contests as a professional that he has the seal of José “Chepo” Reynoso and who knows how to walk backwards to counterattack.

And now the historic coach has returned to Tijuana Baja California, after in June 2006 he tied Canelo against Jorge Juarez.

“I had the thorn from the time I came with Saul 14 years ago, they took away a victory giving him a draw, the first draw he had in his career and today we are left with doubts “, he commented Chepo in an interview with the channel YouTube, On The Move.

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