"I got to sit down and explain what I did in detail, and I think more importantly, I think now that I've been here with him for the last few weeks, I can see that there's something that maybe he's looking for to do for maybe longevity. Maybe he's looking past 48, 49, 50...it was about what I could offer, what I could bring, and see if it was something that he might find interesting...even some of the basic things that we had just started with, he had never done...it's gradually going. Like I said, we're just taking baby steps going forward," stated world-class Strength & Conditioning Coach Alex Ariza, who discusses his presence in Mayweather's camp in the weeks leading up to the rematch with Marcos Maidana. Check it out!
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