Trainer Naazim Richardson has been a part of some big time fights while training his fighters, such as Shane Mosley, and his insight into the Floyd Mayweather-Saul Alvarez bout should be listened to.
The time is definitely right for Alvarez to face Mayweather, as there is no better time than Sept. 14 for the up-and-coming star to fight in the biggest fight of his career.
Mayweather, 35, is still sharp and has the speed that has made him a household name in the sport of boxing. Coming off a dominant victory over Robert Guerrero in May, Mayweather looked as good as he has in the past few years.
Waiting any longer to face Mayweather, Alvarez would run the risk of criticism of catching Mayweather too past his prime and maybe not get the accolades if he did well in a fight a year or two down the line.
Right now if Alvarez could pull the upset and beat Mayweather no one would doubt if Mayweather is as good as he once was, because to be honest Mayweather’s skills in the ring have not dimin...