Canelo Álvarez responds to Dinamita Márquez’s criticism: “I don’t know why the desire to speak badly of me” | The USA Print

Canelo Álvarez responds to Dinamita Márquez's criticism: "I don't know why the desire to speak badly of me"

Canelo Álvarez responds to Dinamita Márquez's criticism: "I don't know why the desire to speak badly of me" | The USA Print

The world of Mexican boxing has one of the great rivalries between Saúl ‘Canelo’ Álvarez and Juan Manuel ‘Dinamita’ Márquez; Despite never having faced each other in the ring, this last boxer usually makes harsh criticism and messages of hate against the redhead to the point where he finally received a few words from Canelo to try to end this war through the media. .

Through an interview recently offered to Molusco TV as part of the prior to the fight that he will star in on September 30 against the American Jermell Charlo, the man from Guadalajara stated that he considers Dinamita Márquez as one of the most important detractors in his career as professional boxer and that to this day is still something he cannot understand.

“I don’t know why, because I have never done anything to him and I don’t even remember greeting him. I don’t know him and I don’t know why he wants to talk bad about me or throw me away. Just as there are many who love me, there are others who don’t. When you generate that conflict, it’s fine, you don’t have to have everyone on your side,” the Aztec boxer expressed in his statements.

During this interview, the journalist Héctor José Torres presented him with a video that he made together with the one from Iztacalco, in which he made it clear that Canelo cannot be considered one of the best boxers in the history of Mexico despite all the important achievements that he has achieved. has achieved and currently serves as the undisputed super middleweight champion.

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“I could react in many ways. What I have always said is that there is no point in talking about people who don’t want to take off the blindfold. If we look at the history of how he won his championships, who he won them from, who he fought with… I could say the same thing. I respect his career, he is a great champion for Mexico, but talking about how he won his championship is unnecessary. But if we could get a lot of things out of him, we would,” added Canelo.

The Mexican fighter will face Jermell Charlo on September 30 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, where he will seek to retain his title as undisputed champion despite Jermell Charlo’s strong focus on taking each of his belts from him.

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