Pound-for-pound No. 1 fighter Canelo Alvarez realizes his perspective conveys a ton of weight, so he didn’t keep down in his analysis of rising boxing star Ryan Garcia.
On the latest boxing news update Alvarez recently told:
“Look, Ryan has a lot of talent. But to me in my eyes, he’s wasting a lot of time and wasting his talent, I look at him and don’t see him 100 percent dedicated and, to us, that’s a bad signal.”
As Garcia’s teammate, Alvarez said he’s attempted to persuade him to be more devoted to the game. The unified super middleweight champion isn’t happy with Garcia battling so rarely.
“We always remind him as a team to come to the gym, to train, and to learn because you need to be in the gym,” Alvarez said. “You’re learning day-by-day, at the very minimum fighting five times a year.
“When I was beginning my career, I did 15 fights in one year,” he continued. “That’s where I was at the beginning of my career. So definitely he needs to be a little more dedicated.”
Other than Garcia’s time away from the ring, Alvarez may likewise have been alluding to Garcia’s popularity as a social media sensation with 8.8 million supporters on Instagram.
At 21-0, Garcia is one of the most splendid youthful stars in the whole boxing game. In any case, he’s just battled once in every one of the beyond two years and twice in 2019. He’s presently peering toward a return in 2022 after his recovery from a wrist medical procedure.