Last weekend, Mexican coach Eddy Reynoso managed to help crown his second fighter in 2021. The first was Ryan García and the second Oscar Valdez, with a brilliant performance.
However, Eddy is already in Miami to be in the corner of Saúl “Canelo” Álvarez when he defends his World Boxing Council super middleweight belt against Avni Yildirim.
This is what the successful coach had to say about “Canelo’s” upcoming engagement with ESPN KO during his arrival in Miami
“The truth is that at this level there are no easy fights. People who know boxing understand that historically the worst defeats of the great champions have come in this type of fights. So we are motivated and focused on an ambitious project that we want to crystallize in September and Yildirim does not have to be an obstacle. We prepare as always to go forward as usual,” said Reynoso
Still ecstatic about his last great triumph, but already focused on his next challenge, Eddy also talked a little about the performance shown by Óscar Valdez.
“I feel very happy, because of what we did. We had a great fight plan, a great preparation, Óscar followed it to the letter and the truth is I am proud of Óscar because he achieved one of his dreams and great to have been part of it.”