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Mikey Garcia talks Chavez-Vera, the changes with Alex Ariza, facing Rocky Maritnez, more

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Post-fight coverage from the HBO-televised Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. vs. Brian Vera fight from the StubHub Center in Carson, Calif. In the main event, Chavez Jr. won a controversial ten-round unanimous decision over Brian Vera despite several fans and insiders giving Vera the edge.

In this clip, former featherweight champion Mikey Garcia speaks on the fight, as well as sharing his thoughts on training camp for his Nov. 9 match vs. Rocky Martinez…

Behind the scenes with Brandon Rios, Robert Garcia, and others at the Chavez-Vera fight in Carson

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A behind the scenes look at the crowd inside of the StubHub Center in Carson, Calif. prior to the Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. vs. Brian Vera fight as Brandon Rios, Robert Garcia, Mikey Garcia, Ray Beltran, and Alex Ariza are spotted

Robert Garcia opens up on Alex Ariza joining Team Rios; insists he won’t take any drama in camp

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HustleBoss.com’s Chris Robinson speaks with trainer and former world champion Robert Garcia, as he reveals what it’s been liking having outspoken strength and conditioning coach Alex Ariza in his camp with fighters such as Brandon Rios and Mikey Garcia. Garcia insists he won’t be taking any kind of drama from Ariza and shares much more

Freddie Roach responds to Alex Ariza: ‘I really don’t want to give him any press’

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Chris Robinson gets Freddie Roach’s thoughts on the recent comments made by strength and conditioning coach Alex Ariza that suggest the Five-Time Trainer of the Year is past his best. Hear what Freddie had to say in this exclusive interview

Freddie Roach on Pacquiao’s demeanor, letting go of Alex Ariza, and his early days training Miguel Cotto

Trainer Freddie Roach speaking in Beverly Hills, Calif. (Photo: Chris Robinson – www.HustleBoss.com)


By Chris Robinson

Over the past few weeks, trainer Freddie Roach was able to reconnect with his star fighter Manny Pacquiao during a seven-city international press tour ahead of the Filipino icon’s forthcoming clash with Brandon Rios.

Roach was ringside inside of the MGM Grand in Las Vegas this past December when Pacquiao was knocked out in brutal fashion from a picturesque right hand delivered by Juan Manuel Marquez in the sixth round of their welterweight encounter.

So chilling was Pacquiao’s knockout loss, that everyone seems to be wondering how the 34-year old will recover.

We will find out when Pacquiao faces Rios in Macau, China on Nov. 23 and Roach insists he still sees the Manny of old when around his fighter and friend.

“Well, he’s still playing basketball,” Roach would quip when asked of Pacquiao’s recent demeanor. “He’s still pretty good at that. He’s a great guy, as always. I see no changes in Manny at all.”

Freddie Roach on his early days with Miguel Cotto and why Pacquiao’s camp is better without Ariza

Chris Robinson catches up with Five-time Trainer of the Year Freddie Roach in Beverly Hills, Calif. at the final Manny Pacquiao-Brandon Rios press conference before their Nov. 23 fight. Hear what Freddie had to say about reconnecting with Pacquiao, his thoughts on why the camp is better with Alex Ariza and what it’s been like working with Miguel Cotto

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