Via Sean Jones: IBF/WBC light heavyweight champion Artur Beterbiev is too strong for Canelo Alvarez at the moment, which is why the Mexican star chose to go the weaker route against WBA champion Dmitry Bivol to try and become the undisputed champion at 175th place.
Obviously what Canelo and his coach/manager do Eddy Reynoso is getting old Beterbiev (17-0, 17 KOs) as much as possible before they finally face him in 2024 or, if necessary, 2025.
Canelo & Reynoso will wait as humanely as possible before they finally have to face Beterbiev because they’re already fighting him right now; they have no chance of winning.
Beterbiev all wrong for Canelo
The game of Russian Olympic athlete Beterbiev two-time champion of power were both wrong for Canelo, and it always happens.
If you’re going to create a fighter designed by hand to destroy Canelo, you’ll come to Beterbiev. Simply put, Beterbiev is bad news for Canelo, and the Mexican star knows it, which is why he avoids him like a plague.
Beterbiev just turned 37 on January 21, and if Canelo were to play him now, it would be reckless on his part as he cannot beat the Russians.
Why did Artur Beterbiev beat Canelo
- Punch the body
- Internal games
- Non-stop punching
- No rest to recover
The internal game of short power punches that Beterbiev unleashes will destroy Canelo within four innings, and there’s nothing his coach Reynoso can do about it.
Canelo won’t be able to keep Beterbiev away from him, and he will knock him down with short punches thrown with destructive power.
Beterbiev’s super inside game is just one reason why he’s slaughtering Canelo.
The relentless punches and withering shots that Beterbiev unleashes will be his chance to destroy Canelo and leave him in a pile of shredded meat on the sheets for the night.
Too much firepower
“Yes, why not? Probably,” Canelo told ESNEWS when asked if he would like to take on Beterbiev at 175.
“Canelo, but he will be hit by something he has never been hit before [by Artur Beterbiev]Chris Mannix told DAZN when asked who is the best boxer in the world.
“Most of the time,” Mannix said, skill is more important than size.
AK said: “One thing that I haven’t seen anyone do against Beterbiev is attack the body. “People like that, that’s how you slow them down. No one can throw a left hook like Canelo Alvarez into the torso.
“Yes it is, he will have to take a lot of fire to be able to land that hit, but it is the firing patterns that will slow Beterbiev from becoming a barbarian.
“We are not saying it will be easy. Obviously, it would be a dangerous fight. This guy [Beterbiev] is a savage. A puncher will keep moving forward, but skill pays the price in the sport, and Canelo has the skill to beat him,” AK said.
Looks like we have some naive commentators on DAZN who don’t know how talented Beterbiev is, but oh well. If Canelo is around to fight Beterbiev in 2023, he will definitely be blown up, and trust me; it won’t be pretty.
Sean Jones was just wondering if Canelo’s coach, eagle-eyed Reynoso, threw the towel in to save him when Beterbiev’s one-sided beating was doing him too much.
What we don’t want to see is Reynoso leaving Canelo out there to suffer the punishment we saw in the battle between Roman ‘Chocolatito’ Gonzalez and Julio Cesar Martinez last weekend.
Reynoso-trained Rey Martinez received a terrible blow from Chocolatito. It became clear that the fight needed to stop in round 10 as former 4th world champion Roman was knocking out the living daylight from the novice Julio.
If Canelo received the same attack from Beterbiev that Rey Martinez absorbed from Chocolatito, would Reynoso do the right thing and throw the white scarf in surrender?
Canelo won’t keep Artur
“Gennadiy Golovkin, do you think he doesn’t hit harder than Beterbiev? Maybe he punches just as hard,” Barak said. “I know Abel Sanchez said it when he coached ‘The Krusher’ [Sergey Kovalev]knocking everyone down, Gennadiy Golovkin hit harder than Golovkin.
“So maybe GGG punches as hard as Beterbiev, and you saw that Canelo wasn’t hurt by GGG’s punches,” said Barak, not remembering the second Canelo-Golovkin fight when GGG staggered Canelo in later innings.
“My comments are only in response to Barak’s comment. I think Beterbiev hits harder than Golovkin and Kovalev,” said Sergio Mora. “There is something about his strength, how heavy his hands are. That crushing power was terrifying. He can hit you anywhere.”
There’s no chance Canelo can keep Beterbiev away from him in any innings of the fight as he will force the exhausted Mexican star with his poor cardio.
Saul’s poor heart rate = his number 1 defect
Sean Jones considers Canelo like a 40-year-old man who smokes two packs of cigarettes a day. I mean, Canelo’s cardio is terrible, and surprisingly not a single boxer he’s fought with has consciously taken advantage of that.
It’s clear how to beat a boxer like Canelo. All you need to do is force him to fight every second of each round by throwing relentless punches and forcing him to expend energy.
When that happens, the upper body movement Canelo uses will disappear along with his punching power and form.
Beterbiev is extremely intelligent, and he has apparently discovered Canelo’s low stamina and already knows how to hit him like a drum.
Of course, Betterbiev will speed up Canelo even if he doesn’t know that this is his weakness. That’s how Beterbeiv fights.
There was nothing Canelo could do to avoid being exhausted and stopped by Beterbiev. Therefore, he is using the only strategy he has to try and defeat Beterbiev by waiting for him to come out until old age begins, hopefully by the time facing him in 2023. or more likely 2024 he will be old enough to beat. he.