The biggest fight of the year is finally here "The One": Mayweather Vs. Canelo
Las Vegas, NV September 14, 2013 -It is the biggest fight of the year, and fight fans deserve the best coverage leading up to the bout between Floyd Mayweather, the living legend with a 44-0 record, and Canelo Alvarez, the Mexican prodigy who hopes to knock Floyd off his pound for pound pedestal this Saturday night in Las Vegas.
For top-grade news and analysis of "The One," the mega-clash between the two megastars, log on to The Boxing Channel. On TBC, you'll get the expert opinion of Al Bernstein, the Hall of Fame announcer who will be calling the card on Showtime PPV, and collecting insights and anecdotes which he will share on TBC post-fight.
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Right now, Bernstein offers his Keys to Victory on the Boxing Channel. "This is a true mega fight," he says of "The One," which harkens back to the golden days of the 1980s, when the Ray Leonard, Roberto Duran, Tommy Hearns and Marvin Hagler plied their trade.
Bernstein noted that Alvarez showed an improved defense in his last outing, against Austin Trout, giving hope to Canelo rooters that Mayweather won't be able to pot-shot the 23-year-old at will. Mayweather looked in top form in his last outing, and shows no signs at age 36 of slowing down, the sage fight dissector says. "The lead right hand, that's the ticket for Mayweather," Bernstein declares. "So the casual and hardcore boxing fans around the world will be paying attention." Yes indeed, and we trust many will be going to the Boxing Channel for get their full dose of "The One" content.
You can also find: interviews with Danny Garcia, Lucas Matthysse, Saul Alvarez and Floyd Mayweather, Trainers, Boxing Personalities and Expert Analysts.
Post-fight, up and coming interrogator Marcos Villegas will anchor coverage, and secure interviews with the principals. Right now on Boxing Channel, check out Villegas chatting withpromoter Oscar De La Hoya. Oscar says "Canelo has to put no doubt in the judges' heads, especially the first three or four rounds" because Floyd is quite popular in Las Vegas.
For print coverage, you can't do any better than TheSweetScience.com, edited by Michael Woods of ESPN The Magazine and ESPNNewYork.com. TSS boasts the best mix of veteran fightwriters, like award-winning journalists Ron Borges and Bernard Fernandez, as well as new, fresh faces, like Xs and Os master Lee Wylie, who wrote the definitive look at the styles and strategies of Mayweather and Canelo, which you can see right now onTheSweetScience.com along with a lot of other great articles covering every angle of this mega-fight.
TheSweetScience.com will also provide Round by Round analysis during the fight by Ray Markarian.
Boxing is the sport to which all others aspire to. For every talking head who declares that the sport's best days are behind it, there are passionate fans who know that no sport offers more thrills, chills, drama and excitement than boxing. Join us, fellow boxing fans, on BoxingChannel.tv and TheSweetScience.com as we explore all aspects of the game, and count down to see who will be "The One."
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