Ignacio Beristáin questions Canelo Álvarez’s career – La Opinión

Ignacio Beristáin questions Canelo Álvarez’s career – La Opinión

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Saúl Álvarez is very close to getting back into the ring. Canelo’s rival will be Jaime Munguiafighter with whom the May 4 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Before this controversial fight takes place, Ignacio Beristáin questioned the career of the man from Guadalajara.

Days before the fight between Munguía and Álvarez takes place, criticism has rained on Canelo for not taking into account David Benavídez as his rival. The man from Guadalajara has avoided the “Red Flag” for a long time.

Ignacio Beristáin questioned Saúl Álvarez’s choices of rivals, one of the fundamental reasons why he admitted feeling “annoyance.” since he considers that they are questionable decisions increasingly seen in current boxing.

“I don’t like to talk about Canelo’s career, I have many doubts about his career because there are like five fights that leave me very upset with what is happening with current boxing.“Beristáin said in an interview with TUDN.

In this sense, Nacho Beristáin compared Canelo’s last elections with the race of Jorge Kahwagi. The veteran coach considers that they are combats against undemanding rivals with a lot of money involved.

“There is a fight in which the boxer, who was not even a boxer, He was a guy who had a lot of wool and who practiced boxing (in reference to Kahwagi)who threw a blow from half a meter and his rivals fell. I get the impression that in a moment it could be the same“he explained.

Beristáin will not see Canelo

On the other hand, Ignacio Beristáin recognized that will not take the time to watch the fight between Saúl Álvarez and Jaime Munguía. Despite this, the respected coach dared to indicate a winning percentage between the fighters. Nacho believes that Munguía has a 45% chance of defeating Canelo.

Finally, Beristáin considers that this inclination towards the business world is related to Canelo’s link with promoter Eddie Hearn. The Aztec’s steps are guided by English business knowledge.

“I think he has had the fortune of meeting an English promoter (Eddie Hearn) who has it in him and has managed it very well to make money. It’s a money making machine“, he concluded.

Keep reading:
– Jaime Munguía affirms that his volume of blows will be decisive against Canelo Álvarez
– Eddie Hearn warns that Canelo Álvarez’s age could work against him against Jaime Munguía
– David Benavídez advises Jaime Munguía what he should do to beat Canelo Álvarez
– Óscar de la Hoya assures that Canelo Álvarez will pass the torch to Jaime Munguía on May 4

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