Sunday, November 27, 2011

"Canelo" Alvarez defends his title super welterweight victory

The Mexican boxer Saul "Canelo" Alvarez defeated today by knockout in five rounds effective Puerto Rican Kermit Cintron in the third defense super welterweight belt triumphant World Boxing Council.

A victory that Alvarez began to carve in the first assault, culminating in the fifth when Hector Afu Panamanian referee stopped the fight to protect Cintron, who no longer met the attacks of the champion.

The Mexican put out the best attacks of the rival Puerto Rican, who took advantage of their greater height and reach in the first three rounds before some 10,000 fans who came to the Plaza de Toros Mexico.

In the fourth Mexican champion fully launched and sent Cintron to the canvas with a right hand to the face. Cintron was able to get up and again received a barrage of punches until he was saved by the bell.

The minutes of rest was little to Cintron recovered, but went to find his opponent and managed to have rallies in which managed to connect to the champion, who won with speed and force of his blows.

The referee stopped the fight at 2.50 minutes of the fifth assault to the third defense of Alvarez, who now has a record of 39 wins in as many fights.


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