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Duterte, the last hope, now a cult
By Recah Trinidad, PhilBoxing.com, 08 May 2016

RONY Tobias, a shy, smiling breadmaker, will never be caught wondering about the phenomenal support and adulation the controversial presidential race frontrunner Rodrigo Duterte continues to draw despite hysterical and breathles  
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It's time for Canelo Alvarez to face Gennady Golovkin
By Chris Mannix, Yahoo! Sports, 08 May 2016
LAS VEGAS – It’s time, Oscar De La Hoya. It’s time. No more Amir Khans, no more talk of Miguel Cotto, no more dreams of Manny Pacquiao. It’s time for Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez to face Gennady Golovkin. A showdown between the two best middleweights in the world has marinated long enough. On Satu  Read Full Story >>>

Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez insists he's ready for mouthwatering showdown with Gennady Golovkin after his destruction of Amir Khan
By Declan Warrington, Mail Online (UK), 08 May 2016
Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez insisted he is ready to face fellow middleweight world champion Gennady Golovkin after his destruction of Amir Khan. The Mexican stopped his British adversary inside six rounds on Saturday night to defend his WBC world title, albeit at a catchweight of 155lb. But Alvarez   Read Full Story >>>

Negotiations for Canelo Alvarez-Gennady Golovkin will happen now, says Oscar De La Hoya
By Matt Christie , BoxingNews, 08 May 2016
CANELO ALVAREZ wants to fight Gennady Golovkin next after knocking out Amir Khan in the sixth round at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. According to the Mexican’s promoter, Oscar De La Hoya, negotiations will begin straight away. “We will have a conversation [with Golovkin] tomorrow,” De La Hoya  Read Full Story >>>

Teddy Atlas talks Canelo vs Khan and calls out 'corrupt' sport and judges
Bad Left Hook, 08 May 2016
"Pretty much what I thought would happen, that Khan would get ahead by following the blueprint that is out there, like Lara did, like Mayweather did. Movement, speed, outside boxing, keep him off balance. Being a bigger, stronger guy means nothing if you can't get set, and you need to get set to pun  Read Full Story >>>

PACQUIAO ON MONDAY'S ELECTIONS: "BEST OF LUCK AND MAY THE BEST MEN WIN"
By Eddie Alinea, PhilBoxing.com, 08 May 2016

Ring legend and senatorial bet Manny Pacquiao called on all concerned to exercise calm and sobriety to ensure that Monday's general elections will be conducted in the most peaceful and orderly manner. "The campaign period is nea  
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THUNDERING RIGHT SMASHES AMIR KHAN’S DREAMS
By Ronnie Nathanielsz, PhilBoxing.com, 08 May 2016

A thundering overhand right that cracked the jaw of gallant Amir Khan who moved up two weight divisions to challenge WBC middleweight champion Saul “Canelo” Alvarez before a predominantly Mexican Cinco de Mayo crowd at the sp  
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CANELO ÁLVAREZ KNOCKS OUT AMIR "KING" KHAN COLD IN SIXTH ROUND TO RETAIN THE WBC, RING MAGAZINE AND LINEAL MIDDLEWEIGHT WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP TITLES
PhilBoxing.com, 08 May 2016

LAS VEGAS (May 7, 2016) - All eyes were on the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Saturday, May 7 asWBC, Ring Magazine and Lineal Middleweight World Champion Canelo Álvarez (47-1-1, 33 KOs) successfully defended his titles in a b  
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Canelo Alvarez faces a crossroads with Golovkin decision
By Brian Campbell, ESPN.com, 08 May 2016
LAS VEGAS -- Standing atop boxing's throne, moments removed from a chilling sixth-round knockout of Amir Khan, middleweight champion Canelo Alvarez provided boxing fans with the words they longed to hear. "We don't f--- around," said Alvarez, through an interpreter, after gesturing toward unified  Read Full Story >>>

After Canelo Alvarez's destruction of Amir Khan, boxing needs him to fight Gennady Golovkin next
By Martin Rogers, USA Today, 08 May 2016
LAS VEGAS — For all its intricacy and craft, boxing thrives most freely when buoyed by its highlight-reel moments, those parcels of time when ferocious power brings into immediate focus all that is both intriguing and cruel about battles of the fist. Such a moment came on Saturday night by delive  Read Full Story >>>

What Canelo Alvarez's knockout win of Amir Khan means for boxing
By Kevin Iole, Yahoo! Sports, 08 May 2016
LAS VEGAS – Ever the showman, Canelo Alvarez raced to the ropes only seconds after knocking out Amir Khan with a perfectly placed right hand and asked Gennady Golovkin to enter the ring. It was a positive sign that perhaps the most exciting big-money fight that could be made in boxing may come to  Read Full Story >>>

Canelo Alvarez christens T-Mobile Arena with KO of Amir Khan — PHOTOS
By Steve Carp, Las Vegas Review Journal, 08 May 2016
One punch. That’s all it took for Canelo Alvarez to show how a good big man can beat a good smaller man. An overhand right late in Round 6 caught Amir Khan flush on the chin, sent him off his feet and onto his back, as Alvarez christened T-Mobile Arena on Saturday with a sensational knockout that  Read Full Story >>>

In the Red Corner: Canelo Pulverizes Khan
By Robert Ecksel, Boxing.com, 08 May 2016
“Like we say in Mexico, ‘We don’t (expletive) around. I don’t fear anyone. We don’t come to play in this sport…” Saturday night at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, in a fight televised live on HBO PPV, WBC World middleweight champion Saul “Canelo” Alvarez (47-1-1, 33 KOs), the knockou  Read Full Story >>>

Canelo to GGG: We don’t f*** around, I’ll put the gloves on again now!
By Phil D. Jay, World Boxing News, 08 May 2016
WBC middleweight champion Canelo Alvarez had a stark warning for divisional rival Gennady Golovkin following his standout victory over Amir Khan on Saturday night. The Mexican took Khan out with a vicious sixth round wonder-punch to retain his title and invited Golovkin into the ring after his tr  Read Full Story >>>

Canelo Alvarez makes Amir Khan his latest KO victim
By Lance Pugmire, Los Angeles Times, 08 May 2016
Canelo Alvarez unleashed the punch most who packed the arena expected to see Saturday, then delivered an unexpected bonus by making his boldest stance yet toward middleweight champion rival Gennady Golovkin. In his first World Boxing Council middleweight title defense, Alvarez found himself strug  Read Full Story >>>

Boxing: Canelo Alvarez Stops Khan in Devastating Fashion
By Joseph Santoliquito, Sherdog.com, 08 May 2016
It seemed a matter of time. Each second, each minute, each round, Saul “Canelo” Alvarez kept getting closer and closer to his prey. Amir Khan’s time was winding down—and slam!—just like that it was over. Alvarez stopped Khan at 2:37 of the sixth round to retain the WBC middleweight title, and th  Read Full Story >>>

Amir Khan knocked out by Saul Canelo Alvarez brutal right hand in sixth-round defeat
By David Anderson, mirror.co.uk, 08 May 2016
The Mexican produced a sickening blow that left Khan out cold on the canvas to retain his WBC middleweight title Amir Khan was knocked out inside six rounds as his brave title challenge in his David v Goliath clash with Canelo came to an abrupt end. Khan fought well and had edged the first fi  Read Full Story >>>

Amir Khan knocked out by Saul Canelo Alvarez in devastating fashion as brave title quest ends brutally
By James Orr, Independent Online, 08 May 2016
Saul Alvarez knocked out Amir Khan with a brutal right hook in the sixth-round to retain his WBC middleweight title at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Khan stepped up two weight divisions to face the fearsome Mexican, and despite an impressive start, in which the Brit could have claimed to have   Read Full Story >>>

Canelo Alvarez Stops Amir Khan in 6th Round
By Tim Dahlberg, The Associated Press, ABC News, 08 May 2016
Canelo Alvarez needed only one big right hand to turn a close fight into a smashing knockout. Struggling with Amir Khan's speed, Alvarez unleashed a long right hand that send Khan backward on the canvas, where referee Kenny Bayless didn't even bother to count him out at 2:37 of the sixth round.   Read Full Story >>>

Canelo vs Khan results and analysis: Canelo knocks Khan out in 6th round
By Fraser Coffeen , Bloody Elbow, 08 May 2016
Canelo Alvarez def. Amir Khan, KO, R6, 2:37 The power vs. speed match-up of Canelo Alvarez vs. Amir Khan turned out to be a very interesting tactical battle indeed. But in the end, the winner was clear, as power earned Canelo the violent KO win. Amir Khan came out fighting exactly the fight he  Read Full Story >>>


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