Cso 4 months have handed and Saúl ‘Canelo’ Álvarez does not forget the defeat against Dmitry Bivol. Exclusively at TUDN the Mexican boxer acknowledged that the setback in opposition to the Russian nonetheless hurts; nonetheless, he claims to really feel good bodily and mentally.
“Good, I’m fine physically and mentally, We’re in a sport where you win and lose, especially when you’re risking this sort of thing. I feel good, excited to return, excited, training with the same enthusiasm. Obviously it hurt me in the beginning, one is not willing to lose, it still hurts but they are things that happen, just like when we win, we celebrate, when we also lose as men you have to accept it, it had to happen and move on.” stated the Tapatio.
in the event you ask him what was fallacious with bivol, cinnamon replied:
“Nothing went wrong. I’ve always said if they beat me they’re better than me the truth is they didn’t beat me because they were better just I was out of breath because of things that happened in the camp, I didn’t say it because people may say it’s pretexts, I don’t normally do that. I lost and I had to lose that night many things have happened that should not have happened, I consider that learning so that it doesn’t happen again in one of my fights, you learn all kinds of things”.
Finally Saúl Álvarez admits he has modified some things in his coaching for his subsequent combat that will happen on Saturday 17 September against Gennady Golovkin:
“I made a lot of changes, the main one is: go for a jog, I didn’t run for my knee, the surgeries, three times a week, I feel very good”