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Canelo Alvarez is still the pound-for-pound king

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By Ponciano Melo – The unified super middleweight champion continues to shine and take on the biggest challenges available

As it should be, given the influence he holds as the game\’s greatest star and ruling pound-for-pound lord, Canelo Alvarez has been commended needlessly ridiculous year for his obligation to in any case look for troublesome difficulties inside various weight divisions.

Yet, can we currently turn the concentration to something different, and basically more significant, only days eliminated from Alvarez\’s obliteration of unbeaten super middleweight champion Billy Joe Saunders in their unification battle? Alvarez, at age 30, isn\’t just improving with each enormous battle, he\’s doing as such at a genuinely disturbing rate.

Alvarez (56-1-2, 38 KOs) turned ace at the youthful age of 15 and was at that point featuring significant compensation per-see occasions by the age of 23, which implies it has been quite a while since the Mexican hotshot\’s face wasn\’t high up among the game\’s greatest draws. However it would be difficult for anybody to return to those occasions and envision Alvarez would really turn into this great en route as a total warrior who has conveyed his catalyst to the higher divisions.

Much of the credit for that goes to the relentless drive Alvarez still has to get better even though his Hall of Fame legacy has seemingly long been stamped. A great deal of it should also go to his longtime trainer, Eddy Reynoso, who only recently has become the \”it\” coach of the sport taking on a number of high-profile clients.

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Warriors extend home win to eight after denying the Jazz

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Warriors extend home win to eight after denying the Jazz

Six Warriors players scored in double-digits as Golden State remained winning at home, this time defeating the Utah Jazz, 129-118.

Stephen Curry led all scorers with 33 points behind six triples while Klay Thompson and Andrew Wiggins each tallied 20 markers.

Warriors caught fire beyond the arc once again with 20 three-pointers made compared to only 11 of the Jazz.

The win was also the eighth straight home dubs for Golden State for a overall record of 10-10.

Meanwhile, Lauri Markkanen continued to be the go-to guy for Utah with 24 points while Kelly Olynyk and Jordan Clarkson added 21 each in a losing effort.

Despite the loss, Jazz still have the better record of 12-9, as the dubbed “rebuilding team” is having a great start of the season.

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DAVIS VS. GARCIA IS FINALLY HAPPENING

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After two years of social media teasing, Gervonta Davis vs. Ryan Garcia appears to be
a reality.
Garcia made the announcement on Thursday that he and Davis would square off in Las
Vegas in 2023. When Davis enters the ring on January 7 to face a yet-to-be-determined
opponent, he will declare the fight “done deal.”
“I’m so pumped this fight is finally in place I want it more than anything right now,”
Garcia wrote. “I’ve put in the work, I’m at the prime of my career, and I know I’m going to
be the biggest boxer in the world. That legacy starts today.”
Davis and Garcia were praised by Showtime Sports president Stephen Espinoza for
their perseverance in making the bout materialize despite obstacles.
Davis is looked after by Al Haymon and Floyd Mayweather’s Mayweather Promotions,
and Showtime broadcasts his fights.
Garcia is being managed by Oscar De La Hoya’s Golden Boy Promotions, and DAZN is
airing his fights.
The two teams have been at odds for a while, but they have finally come to an
understanding and put their differences aside to engage in combat.
According to reports, they will cooperate to stage the fight.
Both are stars in boxing at the moment and with the hype around each of them, the fight
is expected to be a blockbuster one.

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The Los Angeles Lakers are finally winning consecutive games after the purple and gold deny the Detroit Pistons at home.

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The Los Angeles Lakers are finally winning consecutive games after the purple and gold deny the Detroit Pistons at home

Anthony Davis is slowly becoming his usual self with 38 points, 16 rebounds and four blocks as they continue to miss the services of LeBron James.

Russell Westbrook played a decent game with 10 points and 12 assists off the bench.

They are now at a 4-10 win-loss record, still far from what they expected.

Meanwhile, Alec Burks was the bright spot for Detroit scoring 23 points off the bench. Bojan Bogdanovic added 20 but still not enough.

The Lakers capitalized on points off turnovers at 22-9, as well as the pain buckets, 66-50.

Next up for Los Angeles is San Antonio tomorrow.

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