I totally agree Haz...Cintron was supposed to be run over by Angulo, though some qualified observers already knew what the deal was. Cintron was still somewhat of a force around that time, though he came up short in his best fights. He put Angulo to shame in that fight, and I remember correctly, Angulo shed a few tears afterwards
Thats because it was put in his head that Cintron was shot, but he found out otherwise.
As far as Kirkland and his ritz cracker chin, he's gonna walk on egg shells his whole career until he faces a solid puncher and is able to take some of his shots. You get somewhat of a pass, if you get KO'd by a guy with a decent KO ratio, but getting your clock cleaned by a guy with 5 KOs is horrible...now he's gonna have to purposely put his chin on the line in a few fights to prove that he can take a punch, if need be. Cintron hasn't looked good for nearly the past two years, and specifically this summer was a bad look for him.
Canelo has an easy time at 154 for a while...especially if guys like Cintron, Angulo, and Kirkland are in front of him. They may give a few hellacious rounds, but its crazy how guys fold up when this kid hits them. Ryan Rhodes took a lot of his punches, but that wasn't a surprise because Rhodes is a warrior. Im waiting for Canelo to cross paths with guys like Lara, Cotto (possibly), Margarito, and even P. Williams (as bad as he's looked, Cintron got chance at Canelo, so why not P Willy?).