I'm the kind of person who visualizes things before doing them.

My fans are going to support me through thick and thin; 100 per cent, they'll always support me.

I have a noble body. It adapts to all I ask of it.

I do two months of strict dieting, so after fight night, I go for whatever my body is craving. It's usually sushi. But after that, I go home to Guadalajara and indulge in a lot of tacos before I have to start getting in shape for another fight.

If other people want to say that I'm the next person in boxing, then that's up to them. That's their opinion.

I love brawling, but I'm a smart fighter.

I'm training and preparing because nothing is predictable in boxing. I'm preparing for those rounds, and if it happens that I get a shot, whatever advantage I have, I will be ready for 12 rounds.

If the people like watching me, see me as an example of someone succeeding, as a young guy who has the will to win, then I'm happy.

Obviously I'm fast, and I'm going to have to utilize that speed, but I'm also going to have to be smart. I'm also strong, and I have a punch, so I'm going to have to use all my qualities to be able to fight against Angulo, and I just feel whoever's the best prepared that night is going to win.

The more desperate you are, the more mistakes you make.

It's a big responsibility and great motiviation to be a Mexican fighter who is admired, and I thank God for the support I get from Mexicans on both sides of the border.

I'm a strong fighter, I'm a fighter who can adapt to my surroundings.

I never think about the knockouts. I go into every fight, do my work, and none of that stuff puts pressure on me at all.

You can have the best training, but just feeling full can make you sluggish and cause you to lose.

It is a big responsibility to headline on pay-per-view.

I fought the best; I've never been afraid of anyone.

When I was 15 years old, I left school and became a professional boxer.

Getting to fight at the AT&T Stadium is a huge privilege for me and my career.

I'm not worried at all about going to 160 lb.

You always try to fight someone from another country. But having said that, the public knows, everybody knows, when there's two Mexicans in the ring, there will be a war.

A fighter lives in his training camp, and I'm not always paying attention to what is happening on the outside. But I do know the Mexican people and the Mexican-American people in this country are very hard-working people. That's my only comment about Donald Trump.

I just want to create my own history.

I feel honored that the Hispanic community in the United States have embraced me. I'm really happy and honored to receive their support.

I have been fighting the best. I am just 26 and have fought in the biggest arenas.

I was taunted because I was different.

I'm very happy with what I've accomplished, but we're going for more.

My goal in boxing is to be the best.

Sometimes, once a fight starts, you have to do what you have to do to win.

Many people focus on my power and talk about my power, but I have many more qualities in the ring. I like to surprise everyone.

If you don't take an opponent serious, they surprise you.

I was made fun of at a young age. I would fight a lot in the streets, and it has a lot to do with the way I am today. It helped my development as a fighter, but what can I say?

I look like this for a reason. I was born this way. It was God-given.

There are great legends and great fighters in the history of Mexico, and there will be more to come.

I train to fight, to win.

I have a love for boxing.

I've learned from every single fight, every single opponent - some great fighters.

I don't focus much on video. I watch here and there, perhaps two or three of my opponent's fights. That gives me a good idea of his style.

I love to push myself.

I get motivated by the fact people are following me, that they want a photo or say 'vamos' or 'Canelo.'

I like to stand right in front of my opponent. I think it makes for an exciting fight.

I'm confident in the fighter I am, and I have nothing to worry about.

I will fight the fight I need to fight to win.

I want to challenge the best, and I'm ready.

There might well have been an Irish great-great-grandfather of mine back then in the 1800s.

Fighting Manny Pacquiao in the future - there's possibilities it could happen. But whatever happens in the future happens in the future.

In Mexico, you have to defend yourself and your honour.

Every fight brings out something different in me, and it will be no different in this one. I have learned and gained from all of those experiences. And as I've often said, the public hasn't seen the best of me yet. I need someone like Mayweather to bring that out of me.

Liam Smith was a resilient fighter. He was tough, has a lot of heart. He thinks before he attacks.

I do work on a little bit of weights just to get my power up.