Eddy Reynoso explains why “Canelo” Álvarez and Ryan García drew attention during their last fights – CVBJ

There is no doubt how important are the instructions during training prior to a fight, such as those given during it; for sample just look at what you recently declared Eddy reynoso, boxer coach as Saul Alvarez and Ryan Garcia, whom he scolded during his last fights so that they could make up for their mistakes and be on their way to victory.

In the case of “Canelo” Álvarez, Reynoso said that he had to scold him during his fight against Callum Smith, since at one point he saw him confident and had to call his attention to avoid a different ending.

“With Saúl there was a detail when he fought with Smith, in the third round he began to feel comfortable and began to want to play with his hands down and walking forward, then he came to the corner and I had to call his attention“, Revealed in an interview for TUDN.

“I said ‘you are not doing what you should do, don’t underestimate him, that boy can knock you out, do not get out of your fight plan because with that guard he is going to grab you with the left or the right even if you feel confident with that type of guard, You have to go as we work with our hands up so that it does not surprise you‘”He added.

As to “Kingry”, had to be even more assertive, as the boxer lost focus and was not heeding directions during his fight against Luke Campbell.

I told Ryan, ‘you know what, you are not obeying, you are doing what you want, you have to obey if you want to win the fight‘, because I know what he has to do and I know his capabilities and those of his rival, you have to know it because you have to prepare for a fight, see in which round the other can get tired, what combinations they enter, what he does good and bad, it is quite a show to prepare a fight of that type, “he said. Shortly after that, Ryan Garcia knocked out his rival in the seventh round.

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