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Canelo Álvarez pours it on in three-round destruction of Rocky Fielding

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Canelo lvarez unloads to your body during Saturday’s top level. Photograph: Peter Foley/EPA

The worst than it, predictably, entered the abbreviated third as lvarez picked Fielding using one body shot to another thrown with poise as well as an accuracy that grew an increasing number of dumbfounding because the suffering accumulated. Fielding went for broke in returning fire and actually landed his best mixtures of the struggle in those dying moments, however the relentless lvarez marched through them like raindrops as being the crowd leaned forward in anticipation of a killshot. The brave Fielding made it to his feet once the third knockdown from a different left on the liver, but he was quickly sent down a fourth time having a right hook upstairs as he ducked down, prompting referee Ricky Gonzalez to carry out what’s right within the 2:38 mark.

“The better man won,” Fielding said, matter-of-factly. “It would have been a great week, I met some good people. I lived a dream.”

Katie Taylor has lights Los angeles and Eva Wahlstr?m in lightweight title defense

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Oscar En Hoya, lvarez’s longtime promoter, said your entire team will like the xmas before assessing potential opponents for his fighter’s scheduled Cinco de Mayo fight in Las vegas nevada, adding it may take place at either middleweight or his freshly established super middle foothold. lvarez himself, who had two stints for a junior middleweight title-holder before climbing to 160lbs, refused to eliminate a 3rd selecting the heavy-handed Golovkin, who’s unlinked for any network since HBO’s departure in the boxing business and weighing offers originating from a volume of companies including DAZN.

“For me, I find myself like on September 15, I established that I became best,” lvarez said of Golovkin. “But it was actually two great fights and when the public want to buy, we can easily ensure it is.”

On the undercard Ireland’s Katie Taylor defended her WBA and IBF lightweight titles and bolstered her pound-for-pound credentials by using a comprehensive beatdown of Finland’s Eva Wahlstr?m, who scaled undertaking the interview process class with the challenge and will keep her WBC super featherweight title despite her first professional defeat.

The 2012 Olympic gold medalist used fluid in-and-out movement and blinding hand speed to win every minute of the round against a currently undefeated world champion. The 3 ringside judges scored it a 100-90 shutout, as did the Guardian.

Wahlstr?m reverted to survival mode within the last few rounds as Taylor short on the stoppage, spared the knockout only, perhaps, by the condensed two-minute rounds on the women’s circuit.

Afterward Taylor was congratulated in their dressing room by unified heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua and re-affirmed her ultimate objective of unifying the lightweight championship. The first thing is required in to the future by using a unification combat Brazil’s Rose Volante, the WBO champion, at a 16 March card in Philadelphia to generally be headlined by Tevin Farmer, who defended his IBF super featherweight title in Saturday’s co-main event.

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