He's good at bouncing around on his toes, I'll give him that.I watched a couple amateur fights (he never turned pro) of Cuban Enrique Carrion. Interesting is that Casamayor replaced him at the Olympics because he injured himself.
8-time Cuban champion, 1 gold 2 silver at the WC's.
Look. at. the. skills!
Bummer for you man that that's all you noticed. If only you knew. Pure boxing does not get any better than that. What you see there is the cream of the crop Cuban boxing has produced. No true boxing fan would not love it and feast their eyes on it..Yeah? That's about all I noticed, apart from the size and age difference between he and his opponent.
Why would I be butt-hurt? I watched expecting to be impressed by a fighter I've never heard of and pretty much immediately realized why I'd never heard of him. I just saw a guy dancing around rather crudely and pot shotting against a smaller, far less experienced opponent.
That's about as rudimentary as "pure boxing" gets. Shows what you know about technique if you're impressed by that. There were probably hundreds of better Cuban amateurs.
I had it 116-112 for Canelo when I watched it live, that was one of his finest displays, tremendous defence and counter punching, I've watched it back too after all the moaning from the GGG lot but I didn't see anything different than I saw the first time.ggg canelo 1 - i'm in the tenth so no score, but canelo showed some elite skills and toughness already. i didn't give him enough credit for this performance when it happened.