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Canelo Was The Big Dog: Dominates Angulo; Santa Cruz Remains Undefeated

The MGM Grand in Las Vegas played host to the Golden Boy Promotions event, Toe To Toe. There were nine fights on the card, the first one beginning in the early afternoon, and most of them were quite entertaining.

The main event was between super welterweights Saul “Canelo” Alvarez (43-1-1, 30 KOs) and Alfredo “El Perro” Angulo (22-4, 18 KOs) in a fight that was scheduled for 12 rounds. Must point out here that this fight was being fought at a catch-weight of 155, since Alvarez was unable to make the required 154 pounds. This had to be agreed upon by the Angulo camp, with other conditions being that Canelo cannot come into the fight any higher than 168, and must pay Angulo $100,000. Alvarez made that 168 at the second weigh-in.
 
Canelo came out on fire in the first round and really took the fight away from Angulo. He make Alfredo eat a lot of punches, and when Angulo did let his hands go there was no power behind those punches, or no Canelo to hit at all. Good combinations early on in the second round, and good uppercuts as well by Canelo. He maintained a rapid pace in this round and easily took the first two in the scoring. Could he withstand this pace for 12 rounds?

Canelo Was The Big Dog: Dominates Angulo; Santa Cruz Remains Undefeated

The MGM Grand in Las Vegas played host to the Golden Boy Promotions event, Toe To Toe. There were nine fights on the card, the first one beginning in the early afternoon, and most of them were quite entertaining.

The main event was between super welterweights Saul “Canelo” Alvarez (43-1-1, 30 KOs) and Alfredo “El Perro” Angulo (22-4, 18 KOs) in a fight that was scheduled for 12 rounds. Must point out here that this fight was being fought at a catch-weight of 155, since Alvarez was unable to make the required 154 pounds. This had to be agreed upon by the Angulo camp, with other conditions being that Canelo cannot come into the fight any higher than 168, and must pay Angulo $100,000. Alvarez made that 168 at the second weigh-in.
 
Canelo came out on fire in the first round and really took the fight away from Angulo. He make Alfredo eat a lot of punches, and when Angulo did let his hands go there was no power behind those punches, or no Canelo to hit at all. Good combinations early on in the second round, and good uppercuts as well by Canelo. He maintained a rapid pace in this round and easily took the first two in the scoring. Could he withstand this pace for 12 rounds?

Canelo Was The Big Dog: Dominates Angulo; Santa Cruz Remains Undefeated

The MGM Grand in Las Vegas played host to the Golden Boy Promotions event, Toe To Toe. There were nine fights on the card, the first one beginning in the early afternoon, and most of them were quite entertaining.

The main event was between super welterweights Saul “Canelo” Alvarez (43-1-1, 30 KOs) and Alfredo “El Perro” Angulo (22-4, 18 KOs) in a fight that was scheduled for 12 rounds. Must point out here that this fight was being fought at a catch-weight of 155, since Alvarez was unable to make the required 154 pounds. This had to be agreed upon by the Angulo camp, with other conditions being that Canelo cannot come into the fight any higher than 168, and must pay Angulo $100,000. Alvarez made that 168 at the second weigh-in.
 
Canelo came out on fire in the first round and really took the fight away from Angulo. He make Alfredo eat a lot of punches, and when Angulo did let his hands go there was no power behind those punches, or no Canelo to hit at all. Good combinations early on in the second round, and good uppercuts as well by Canelo. He maintained a rapid pace in this round and easily took the first two in the scoring. Could he withstand this pace for 12 rounds?

Canelo Was The Big Dog: Dominates Angulo; Santa Cruz Remains Undefeated

The MGM Grand in Las Vegas played host to the Golden Boy Promotions event, Toe To Toe. There were nine fights on the card, the first one beginning in the early afternoon, and most of them were quite entertaining.

The main event was between super welterweights Saul “Canelo” Alvarez (43-1-1, 30 KOs) and Alfredo “El Perro” Angulo (22-4, 18 KOs) in a fight that was scheduled for 12 rounds. Must point out here that this fight was being fought at a catch-weight of 155, since Alvarez was unable to make the required 154 pounds. This had to be agreed upon by the Angulo camp, with other conditions being that Canelo cannot come into the fight any higher than 168, and must pay Angulo $100,000. Alvarez made that 168 at the second weigh-in.
 
Canelo came out on fire in the first round and really took the fight away from Angulo. He make Alfredo eat a lot of punches, and when Angulo did let his hands go there was no power behind those punches, or no Canelo to hit at all. Good combinations early on in the second round, and good uppercuts as well by Canelo. He maintained a rapid pace in this round and easily took the first two in the scoring. Could he withstand this pace for 12 rounds?

Canelo Was The Big Dog: Dominates Angulo; Santa Cruz Remains Undefeated

The MGM Grand in Las Vegas played host to the Golden Boy Promotions event, Toe To Toe. There were nine fights on the card, the first one beginning in the early afternoon, and most of them were quite entertaining.

The main event was between super welterweights Saul “Canelo” Alvarez (43-1-1, 30 KOs) and Alfredo “El Perro” Angulo (22-4, 18 KOs) in a fight that was scheduled for 12 rounds. Must point out here that this fight was being fought at a catch-weight of 155, since Alvarez was unable to make the required 154 pounds. This had to be agreed upon by the Angulo camp, with other conditions being that Canelo cannot come into the fight any higher than 168, and must pay Angulo $100,000. Alvarez made that 168 at the second weigh-in.
 
Canelo came out on fire in the first round and really took the fight away from Angulo. He make Alfredo eat a lot of punches, and when Angulo did let his hands go there was no power behind those punches, or no Canelo to hit at all. Good combinations early on in the second round, and good uppercuts as well by Canelo. He maintained a rapid pace in this round and easily took the first two in the scoring. Could he withstand this pace for 12 rounds?

Canelo Was The Big Dog: Dominates Angulo; Santa Cruz Remains Undefeated

The MGM Grand in Las Vegas played host to the Golden Boy Promotions event, Toe To Toe. There were nine fights on the card, the first one beginning in the early afternoon, and most of them were quite entertaining.

The main event was between super welterweights Saul “Canelo” Alvarez (43-1-1, 30 KOs) and Alfredo “El Perro” Angulo (22-4, 18 KOs) in a fight that was scheduled for 12 rounds. Must point out here that this fight was being fought at a catch-weight of 155, since Alvarez was unable to make the required 154 pounds. This had to be agreed upon by the Angulo camp, with other conditions being that Canelo cannot come into the fight any higher than 168, and must pay Angulo $100,000. Alvarez made that 168 at the second weigh-in.
 
Canelo came out on fire in the first round and really took the fight away from Angulo. He make Alfredo eat a lot of punches, and when Angulo did let his hands go there was no power behind those punches, or no Canelo to hit at all. Good combinations early on in the second round, and good uppercuts as well by Canelo. He maintained a rapid pace in this round and easily took the first two in the scoring. Could he withstand this pace for 12 rounds?

How Quickly You Forget

By the sixth round of the Canelo Alvarez vs. Alfredo Angulo bout I had seen enough. There was no way Angulo had a chance to defeat Canelo. Wanting to get to the media room and not have to fight the crowd (14,000+), I packed my gear and hightailed it out of the MGM Grand Ballroom and made it back to the media room quick enough to see the final minute of round seven. It still looked hopeless to me.

Somehow Angulo won round eight on all three judges scorecards. I saw Canelo picking off most of Angulo’s shots in that round but it was Angulo’s most active round so give him one for effort…I guess.

How Quickly You Forget

By the sixth round of the Canelo Alvarez vs. Alfredo Angulo bout I had seen enough. There was no way Angulo had a chance to defeat Canelo. Wanting to get to the media room and not have to fight the crowd (14,000+), I packed my gear and hightailed it out of the MGM Grand Ballroom and made it back to the media room quick enough to see the final minute of round seven. It still looked hopeless to me.

Somehow Angulo won round eight on all three judges scorecards. I saw Canelo picking off most of Angulo’s shots in that round but it was Angulo’s most active round so give him one for effort…I guess.

How Quickly You Forget

By the sixth round of the Canelo Alvarez vs. Alfredo Angulo bout I had seen enough. There was no way Angulo had a chance to defeat Canelo. Wanting to get to the media room and not have to fight the crowd (14,000+), I packed my gear and hightailed it out of the MGM Grand Ballroom and made it back to the media room quick enough to see the final minute of round seven. It still looked hopeless to me.

Somehow Angulo won round eight on all three judges scorecards. I saw Canelo picking off most of Angulo’s shots in that round but it was Angulo’s most active round so give him one for effort…I guess.

How Quickly You Forget

By the sixth round of the Canelo Alvarez vs. Alfredo Angulo bout I had seen enough. There was no way Angulo had a chance to defeat Canelo. Wanting to get to the media room and not have to fight the crowd (14,000+), I packed my gear and hightailed it out of the MGM Grand Ballroom and made it back to the media room quick enough to see the final minute of round seven. It still looked hopeless to me.

Somehow Angulo won round eight on all three judges scorecards. I saw Canelo picking off most of Angulo’s shots in that round but it was Angulo’s most active round so give him one for effort…I guess.

How Quickly You Forget

By the sixth round of the Canelo Alvarez vs. Alfredo Angulo bout I had seen enough. There was no way Angulo had a chance to defeat Canelo. Wanting to get to the media room and not have to fight the crowd (14,000+), I packed my gear and hightailed it out of the MGM Grand Ballroom and made it back to the media room quick enough to see the final minute of round seven. It still looked hopeless to me.

Somehow Angulo won round eight on all three judges scorecards. I saw Canelo picking off most of Angulo’s shots in that round but it was Angulo’s most active round so give him one for effort…I guess.

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