What’s Next For Trout After Second Consecutive Loss?
This past Saturday night at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, local boxer Austin Trout received his second consecutive loss at the hands of Erislandy Lara for the vacant WBA Junior Welterweight Title.
The El Paso native Trout, was looking to regain his title as well as maybe an opportunity for a big money rematch with Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.(The only other person to beat Trout)
Despite being on the wrong side of a streak, Trout says that he is coming right back.
So what’s next for Trout? Lucky for him there are plenty of quality fighters within his weight group.
Now we all know Trout doesn’t shy away from a fight, judging from the quality fighters he has recently taken on, so finding a fight shouldn’t be to hard. One fight I would like to see is a rematch between Miguel Cotto and Austin Trout.
However, I think a more realistic fight would be a Victor Ortiz, if he could get a win this coming Saturday night.
Whatever the outcome, I believe we have not seen the last of Austin Trout.