Eddy Reynoso Profile

Born Nov 06, 1976
Age 45 years
Birthplace Guadalajara, Mexico
Height 5ft 7ins

Eddy Reynoso is the current trainer and manager of Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez and was Ring Magazine's Trainer of the Year in 2021.

Eddy Reynoso is a Mexican professional boxing coach who is the manager and trainer of four-division world champion Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez.

At the age of 22, Reynoso was certified by CONADE (Certification System of the Sports Coach) to become a professional boxing coach.

During the last 22 years, Reynoso has trained and managed 35 world champions which includes the following:

Canelo, Oscar "Chololo" Larios, Jose "Tecuala" Argumedo, Oswaldo "Gallito" Novoa, Rigoberto "Espanol" Alvarez, Julio Cesar "Rey" Martínez, Luis "Panterita" Nery, "Negrito" Silvestre, Nobuhiro Ishida, Zulina "La Loba" Munoz, Yazmin "Rusita" Rivas, Esmeralda Moreno, Nancy "Chatita" Franco, Janeth "La Cuisilla" Perez and Alondra Garcia.

Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez

Eddy Reynoso - alongside Chepo, his father - have trained Canelo Alvarez since he turned professional at the age of 15. Eddy is the head trainer and also the manager of Canelo. Going through the ranks, Canelo won his first world title at junior middleweight, defeated Matthew Hatton - brother of British legend Ricky Hatton - in 2011 via unanimous decision.

Canelo made six successful defences of his WBC title, including a victory over Shane Mosley, before coming up against Floyd Mayweather. Canelo, at the time aged 22, would suffer the first defeat of his professional career to Mayweather via majority decision.

Canelo rebuilt his career with wins over Erislandy Lara, James Kirkland, Miguel Cotto and Amir Khan before colliding in two fights against Gennadiy Golovkin.

The first bout between them in 2017 was scored as a split draw although it generated outrage from the boxing community with many believing Golovkin had won by a landslide. The rematch - one year later in September - saw Canelo win via majority decision to unify the middleweight division.

In 2018, Canelo signed a $365million, 11-fight deal with DAZN - the most lucrative deal in sports history for an athlete. He started with a routine win over Rocky Fielding in the same year before unifying the middleweight division against Daniel Jacobs and stopping Sergey Kovalev at light heavyweight in 2019.

Between 2020 to 2021, Canelo not only became a four-division world champion but also became undisputed champion at super middleweight - the first time it had happened at 168lbs in boxing history.

Other fighters

Eddy Reynoso is also known for his work with bright prospect Ryan Garcia although they split in 2022.

World champion Julio Cesar Martinez and Oscar Valdez are also part of Reynoso's fighting stable. Former heavyweight ruler Andy Ruiz Jr has also previously worked with Reynoso.

Achievements and awards

Eddy Reynoso was awarded Ring Magazine's Trainer of the Year prize for his work in 2021. He helped guide Canelo Alvarez to three world title wins and undisputed glory at super middleweight.

In 2019, Reynoso was named by the Association of Boxing Writers of the United States as Trainer of the Year together with Canelo, as "Fighter of the Year. It was the first time a fighter and trainer associated with each other had won the award since 1929.

Reynoso won his first Trainer of the Year award by the WBC in 2018 and was named it once again in 2021.

Personal Life

Eddy Reynoso became a boxing trainer in 2000 with help from his father Jose Chepo Reynoso and had help from Amilcar Bruza, Jesus Rivero and Julian Magdaleno as teachers.

Reynoso's spouse is Maria Fabiola Torres Escoto.- the daughter of former world champion Efren 'Alacran' Torres. Together they have two daughters Lia and Lina Ginet

Net worth

According to Money Pro Max, Eddy Reynoso has a net worth of $120million.

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