Liam Smith was a resilient fighter. He was tough, has a lot of heart. He thinks before he attacks.
Athletes can definitely have an impact on society. And it's great that athletes can be a part of uniting the population.
I will fight 'GGG,' and I will beat 'GGG,' but I will not be forced into the ring by artificial deadlines.
I have been fighting the best. I am just 26 and have fought in the biggest arenas.
There have been numerous tips and numerous people offering advice. I appreciate it because it all comes with good feelings from the heart. But some of it we'll apply, and some things we won't.
I appreciate my international fans all over the world.
I had 45 amateur fights, and I was able to win two national titles in those three years as an amateur.
I started boxing because of my brother. And then I came to admire the all-time greats, like Roberto Duran and Muhammad Ali. I'd say I admired Ali more than any fighter in my life.
I want to be like a Muhammad Ali, like a Julio Cesar Chavez. So when people talk about boxing, they have to remember Canelo.
I like working with my own body weight, and I just do the best job I can to be healthy and strong, both before and after a fight.
I do two months of strict dieting, so after fight night, I go for whatever my body is craving. It's usually sushi. But after that, I go home to Guadalajara and indulge in a lot of tacos before I have to start getting in shape for another fight.
Boxing is the most beautiful thing after women.
I fought the best; I've never been afraid of anyone.
I'm training and preparing because nothing is predictable in boxing. I'm preparing for those rounds, and if it happens that I get a shot, whatever advantage I have, I will be ready for 12 rounds.
It's a big responsibility and great motiviation to be a Mexican fighter who is admired, and I thank God for the support I get from Mexicans on both sides of the border.
I'm a strong fighter, I'm a fighter who can adapt to my surroundings.