The boxing tips that Canelo taught Manny Pacquiao’s son in the gym


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Consejos de Eddy Reynoso y Canelo a Emmanuel Pacquiao

Saúl “Canelo” Álvarez and Eddy reynoso they gave boxing tips to Emmanuel Pacquiao Jr., son of Manny pacquiao, during his visit on Wednesday, October 13 at the gym of the Canelo Team on San Diego, California.

In a video shared by Elie Seckbach from ES News, It looks like Emmanuel he got into the ring next to Canelo, where for several minutes they did shadow exercises.

Also, the boxer from Guadalajara taught him some movements to counterattack in a corner, showing him how to take off the blows and how to throw his fists.

Later entered Reynoso into the ring to perform some combinations of blows, as well as move the waist and avoid blows.

In some videos that were shared on Youtube and Instagram, it was seen when Jimuel visited with his team Saul in the gym. During those moments they talked and the man from Guadalajara shared some advice.

What’s more, Saul took the opportunity to give him some boxing gloves from No Boxing, No Life to Pacquiao, who got excited about this.

Currently, the Mexican is in the final stretch of his preparation for the unification fight against Caleb Plant of the super medium titles.

This will be his third contest in 2021, after in February he made a mandatory defense of the CMB against Avni Yildirim.

In May of this same year he unified the belts of the CMB and AMB in view of Billy joe saunders, who was champion of the OMB. Saul he broke his right cheekbone in the seventh round to win three of the four division championships.

On your side, Emmanuel He has done five amateur matches and of the children he has Manny, is the one who is most attached to boxing. He has also been seen training with his father.

Pacquiao Jr. He is 20 years old and they say he has the same punching power as his father.


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