This is how Canelo Álvarez reacted to the victory of Óscar Valdez


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Reacción de Canelo Álvarez a la victoria de Óscar Valdez

Saúl “Canelo” Alvarez He was very measured in his celebration, after the victory by unanimous decision of his teammate Oscar Valdez in view of Robson Conceicao.

In a video of Fighthype.com you can see how the Jalisco, who sat next to Bob arum During the performance, he congratulated the Sonoran and gave his point of view on what happened in the ring.

“The other one was crushing him, so you don’t win, you’re never going to win,” he said during the video, before the official cards were given. “Seven, seven, sir,” he replied about how many rounds he saw win. Valdez.

The judges Chris tellez and Omar mint scored 115-112 in favor of the Sonoran, while Stephen Blea saw 117-110. In round nine, the Brazilian was deducted a point for a blow to the head.

Saul was very measured before announcing the official result and also when they already ruled the victory for the member of the Canelo Team. The Brazilian went to that side of the ring to point out Bob arum already Canelo, but neither of them paid any attention to him.

So was the fight

During the first part of the fight, Conceicao he took very good advantage of the advantage he had in the distance Valdez He had a hard time closing the distance, plus several jabs and straights entered him.

However, in the second half the Mexican began to press and attack more, while Robson he gave up the initiative, began to run and make fun of his opponent.

Canelo traveled from San Diego, California, to Tucson, Arizona, to support Oscar, who in the last two weeks had to defend himself for the positive phentermine doping in an anti-doping control.

This was the first defense of Oscar Valdez super feather belt CMB, after in February of this year he defeated Miguel “Alacrán” Berchelt by knockout.


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