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There will be a new face in Marcos Maidana's corner



After being easily beaten by Devon Alexander earlier this year, Marcos Maidana has decided that it is time for some new blood in training camp. Maidana's head trainer will now be Robert Garcia. Garcia is an ex world champion himself, and he is regarded as one of the best boxing trainers of today. Garcia currently trains Nonito Donaire, Brandon Rios, Kelly Pavlik and Mikey Garcia.

If you look at the steady improvements Kelly Pavlik made in his last fight, the changing of trainers to Robert Garcia looks like it could be a good move for Marcos Maidana. Don't get me wrong, I don't think Maidana will become as skilled as Floyd Mayweather Jr, but Garcia can make little adjustments to Maidana's game which will help make him a better boxer.

Marcos Maidana told boxingscene: "This is a great move for my career so I'm excited about it. By joining a trainer like Robert and his team I'll be able to make all the necessary adjustments that are required for me to go to the next level."

Maidana also said that he is moving back down to Light Welterweight to defend his title. 

Robert Garcia also seemed excited about training Maidana: "It's an honour for me to know that Maidana is interested in training with me. He has given the fans great fights so far. We are going to work with him in my gym now and I expect good things for him."

This is obviously good news for fans of Maidana, it looks like we could see the best of him again. But for fans of boxing and great fights it's not so good news, with Maidana now training with Robert Garcia he will be a stable mate of Brandon Rios, meaning a fight between them won't happen.

Be that as it may, it's a wise move for Maidana to train with Robert Garcia, but will we see Maidana get back to top form?