Undefeated Saul Alvarez will open tomorrow(Aug 23) his training camp in Big Bear, California, where he is preparing the second defense of his WBC junior middleweight title.
Alvarez will fight his fellow countryman Alfonso Gomez, on September 17th at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, where he wants to set a new attendance record.
He started sparring last week with world ranked fighter, Carson Jones, and from now on he will do it with Charlie Ota, also ranked among the best of the world.
Every morning the young champion goes jogging around the lake with his team ( Edison and Jose Reynoso)
The preparation he is carrying out is just as it was planned. He was recently weighed 30 days before his title defense, and before the presence of WBC Supervisor Rudy Tellez he stopped the scale at 165 lbs., less than what is permitted (10%) of the weight limit of his division.
Thus, "Canelo" will host the California speciallized media in his training camp, which will be opened at 2.00 pm, eastern time.