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Old 09-18-2010, 10:27 PM
Location: South FL
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By Mark Vester

At Staples Center in Los Angeles, Saul "Canelo" Alvarez (34-0-1, 26KOs) picked up the most impressive win of his career with a sixth round knockout of former welterweight champion Carlos "Tata" Baldomir (45-13-6, 14KOs). Alvarez retains the WBC Silver junior middleweight title.

They both came out at a measured pace. Both had their moments with decent shots landing. Alvarez doing the better work off the jab. In the second, Alvarez continued to land the better variety of punches. Alvarez landed a big right hand when Baldomir was against the ropes. Baldomir started using his jab more often in the third round. Alvarez was firing back with quick counters. Baldomir started breathing heavy by the end of the third.
Saul Alvarez Knocks Carlos Baldomir Out in Six Rounds - Boxing News

This kid is the future.
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