The interim lightweight champion of the AMB, Rolando “Rolly” Romero, gave his reasons why Caleb Plant can win to Saúl “Canelo” Álvarez, although he doubts that it could be by decision.
“He can boxísitcamente surpass Saul, but I have my doubts if they will declare him the winner ”, he said Rosemary to Fighthype. “That is the advantage I can give to Caleb, besides that a rematch would sell a lot “.
Rolly also highlighted the intelligence of Caleb and believe that Canelo He has previously suffered above the ring with other opponents.
“Caleb He is a very intelligent fighter with great intelligence inside the ring ”, he pointed out. “I really know that to beat the Canelo it’s tough, but we’ve seen him suffer before against other fighters. We will have to see what happens ”.
On the development of the combat, Rosemary I consider that Plant can exceed Canelo in more than half of the 12 episodes, but he doesn’t think he has the power to knock him out.
“Winning a decision is very complicated,” he said. “I do not think that Caleb have enough power to knock him out and beating him on the cards is almost impossible. He can win about seven rounds and take half the fight, but here the question I have is if they will really give him the victory. “
Rosemary trusts that physical preparation next to Larry wade It will also be a fundamental weapon when facing Saul for the unification of 168 pounds.
“Caleb he will arrive with a great condition for the fight ”, he commented. “I know what Larry wade (his physical trainer) is capable of doing ”.
Rolly said the physical conditions of Plant They will help them to sell another fight.
“He is white, he is a white world champion and they will reinforce that,” he said. “That benefits him and it’s good marketing, it’s what boxing has needed for a while and that’s another advantage. Although I insist, if he goes to the decision I do not really believe that they will give him the fight ”.
Canelo and Plant They are in the final stretch of their preparation to define the historic 168-pound champion on November 6.