Hearn talks Canelo-Saunders

By Przemek Garczarczyk

Eddie Hearn: “Canelo-Saunders? Already a great, fantastic event, more than 70,000 fans in one of the greatest stadiums in the world, already a historic boxing night. It’s up to Canelo and Saunders now!”


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  • Hearn is so young and so good at what he does, he’s gonna be bigger than Don King and Bob Arum combined.

  • One thing which separates EH from others is his drive. He has a nothing ventured – nothing gained mentality.
    I don’t understand the seeming lack of support from Arum/Warren re making the Fury/AJ fight. I wonder if they’ll give him the props if he (as it looks to be the case) pulls it off?

  • Wow, they are going to have 70,000 in this stadium of this match. that would be the most in the USA I think since the second Spinks-Ali match. This really for men is a nothing fight. Saunders I don’t think stands a chance. though, if you don’t mind losing some money, not a bad opportunity for a bet.

  • I’ve chuckled at a couple of Canelo’s choices of opponents in recent times, but this is as live an opponent as there is out there. He struggles for 160 so best bet is to clean up at 168, beat the other 2 undefeated beltholders if he can & then foray once again to the bigger boys at 175. Unless Charlo or Golovkin are prepared to move up

  • Alvarez is not Irish hes Austrian!!! Al about program image and pro fit. Sandes wins by a camel ride.

  • Eddie Hearn is dealing with Gulf Arabs and they are the most notorious unreliable business partners to have -I wish him luck

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