The most avoided Endred of modern times criticized Canelo for Ryder


The most avoided boxer in the world according to Tyson Fury, the former world champion in the first middle and middle weight, now performing in the super middleweight division (up to 76.2 kg), American Demetrius Andred (32-0, 19 KOs) criticized the absolute champion of the Mexican category Canelo Alvarez (58-2-2, 38 KOs) for picking his next opponent.

Recall that Alvarez in early May is going to hold a defense against mandatory challenger from England John Ryder (31-5, 17 KOs), who owns the “interim” WBO title.

Endred, who himself is regularly criticized for mediocre opposition, is sure that such an opponent does not correspond to the status of one of the best boxers in the world.

“I’m not saying that John Ryder is an easy opponent. But, damn it, kamon, guys, – the American condescendingly goes astray. How can you keep calling him the best or one of the best when he goes out to fight guys like that? There is David Benavidez, Demetrius Endred, Jermall Charlo – that’s who you need to fight. Not with John Ryder.”

Earlier, Demetrius said that Golovkin is no longer fire.