Canelo Alvarez is boxing’s biggest star these days and his fan base has no limits. That’s predominantly why the Mexican boxer has an extensive fan base across other sporting verticals too. One of the elite disciples on his list is the undisputed UFC flyweight king, Brandon Moreno.
Just a couple of days back, Moreno revealed some words of wisdom for his countryman, terming him as a role model. In a chat with ESNEWS, he said, “Man, that guy is a role model, you know. He’s a role model for me, he’s a role model for all the new generations. He’s amazing, he’s the best boxer on the planet, pound for pound right now.”
Also, after his sublime comments on Canelo, Brandon Moreno was lucky enough to bag a workout session with the boxing icon. He learned some valuable boxing lessons from Saul Alvarez, who helped him improve on his body shots.
Boxing’s pound-for-pound king Canelo Alvarez showing fellow Mexican, and UFC flyweight champ, Brandon Moreno how to improve his body shots…
— Michael Benson (@MichaelBensonn) July 21, 2021
Canelo is by far the most skilled pugilist and his boxing lessons can help any combat star. That said, he never stops himself from passing on his teachings. This time Brandon Moreno benefited from Alvarez’s lessons.
For now, the Guadalajara boxer is focused on conquering all the 168-pound titles on the line. A fight against the IBF champ, Caleb Plant, is what he needs to achieve his goal. With that, Alvarez is keen to create history, and Moreno, too, is drawing lessons from him about the same.
Is Canelo Alvarez on his pathway to being the greatest of all time?
Canelo Alvarez, who debuted in the sport in 2005, already holds paramount accolades that separate him from the rest. As Alvarez has tested himself in deep waters and has even emerged victorious in a majority of those bouts, he’s considered the best in the business.
Dec 19, 2020; San Antonio, TX, USA; Canelo Alvarez (red trunks) celebrates after defeating Callum Smith (white trunks) during their WBA, WBC and Ring Magazine super middleweight championship bout at the Alamodome in San Antonio, TX. Mandatory Credit: Ed Mulholland/Handout Photo via USA TODAY Sports
That said, the 31-year-old is only getting better and is showing no signs of slowing down. Everyone would be keen to see how the Mexican boxing star continues on his pathway to becoming the greatest of all time.
Watch this story – 5 Most Exciting Female Boxers You Should Know (2021)
The post VIDEO: Canelo Alvarez Teaches UFC Champion Brandon Moreno to Throw the Perfect Body Shots appeared first on EssentiallySports.