Al makes a confession on #CaneloLara
Jul 18 2014 10:21 PM
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Al Bernstein talks about the controversial split decision win that favored Saul “Canelo” Alvarez over Erislandy Lara on Saturday, July 12. On twitter many had their opinions and Al's opinion of course was object of criticism. Hear what he has to say about this.

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flackoguapo says:

Haha. The twitterverse is irking Mr Al B… You can't make everybody happy. Let the haters hate

deepwater2 says:

I knew it! LOL . The video clips of Canelo's body shots shows 2 out of 3 punches hitting elbows! I had Lara up by a few rounds. Canelo was not effective and swung at air most of the night. Canelo will never be mistaken for Chavez or Duran when he tries to cut off the ring.

Al better be careful if he keeps mentioning The Shadow- Al Haymon's name; Sam Watson and his boys will show up and stare at him and make faces until he can't take it anymore. Soon Al will be thanking Al Haymon at the start of each commentary.

brooklynrules says:

You see, Al, just like ur parents told u, don't you feel better now that you've told the truth?

brooklynrules says:

OBTW, re: SHOWTIME production values, how about another 5-10 seconds of the RING GIRL'S walk? You can voiceover the “corners' advice” while we make sure the girls are ambulating properly. The occasional head-shot SHOWTIME offers is welcomed, but these girls have legs and other attributes which they work hard to get into shape, and your production fails to identify or visually offer these hard-working females the credit they deserve in that area. OBVIOUSLY– just as in the case with Al Haymon – you're being paid off by homosexuals intent on denying the rest of us our pathetic piece of eye candy. Oh the humanity…

Radam G says:

Too much candy can rotten the teeth. Maybe too much eye candy can rotten the mind. Hehehe! I'm just kidding.

Maybe there is some type of FCC rule restricting how much and how long eye candy can be peddled on television. Holla!