CANELO ALVAREZ’S mentor has offered to help train Conor McGregor following the UFC star’s ‘surprising’ show against Floyd Mayweather.
McGregor lost his ring debut in 2017 against Mayweather in ten rounds, however caused a commotion after a quick beginning.
He is yet to make a re-visitation of boxing after converses with face Manny Pacquiao fell after his misfortune to Dustin Poirier in January.
Mexican coach Eddy Reynoso has moved McGregor in his mid-year set of three against Poirier and offered the Irishman a master class in boxing.
Reynoso disclosed to Little Giant Boxing, deciphered from Spanish: “I figure they ought to do a set of three battle. It’s 1-1 so the third battle ought to be acceptable.
“Here we can support him. We can help to better his boxing and defence.”
“Honestly, when he fought Mayweather he surprised me. He has a good counter. He has good footwork, waist movement, and agility.”
“Therefore, I think he would do good in boxing.
“Give it your best, keep working hard, don’t quit. You have a lot to give, and get the third fight with Dustin Poirier,” Reynoso said.
McGregor, 32, has been connected with a rematch against Mayweather, 44, since the time their blockbuster in Las Vegas.
However, one more break at enclosing eminence Pacquiao, 42, was arranged for the current year up until he was beaten by Poirier, 32, at UFC 257.
In any event, boxing pound-for-pound ruler and four-division champion Canelo, 30, opened the entryway last April to battling McGregor.
In any case, Alvarez – likewise subject to a callout from UFC most loved Jorge Masvidal – could rather wind up aiding The Notorious look over his abilities.
Reynoso said: “There’s bad nights sometimes. Conor has a lot to give, I don’t know what happened, but his career is untouchable.”
“He’s a tremendous athlete that’s going to be in the history books.”
“Anytime, this is your home Conor whenever you wanna come practice and learn. We welcome you with open arms.”