"My main concern when we are this close to a fight, is always my weight and making the weight. Although I'm on weight and it will not be a problem, that is always my concern this close to a fight. All of the hard work in the gym is done.
"Between the fans, my family and myself, I'm always motivated for my fights. The support I get has always motivated me. I fight for them, on behalf of them. Everything I have is because of the fans. I know I'm young and they have so much faith in me. I can just be who I am and continue to work as hard as I can.
"Angulo presents a difficult challenge because he's a fighter who can punch and take a great punch. I know I have to prepare and establish my game plan early. But you know how it can be with game plans. Sometimes, once a fight starts, you have to do what you have to do win and that's what I am going to do on Saturday.
"Obviously a knockout would be beautiful; that's what the fans like, an impressive knockout. But I never go into a fight looking for knockout. If it comes, it comes.
"Everyone says Angulo is the stronger guy, but I think I'm the strongest."
"Style-wise, this is a great matchup for the fans and both of us. Fans are going to get a great fight.
"I'm ready to chase him or fight him like a true Mexican warrior.
"I plan to test him like he's never been tested before. I don't think anyone has ever hit Canelo as hard as I'm going to hit him.
"I'm totally relaxed and confident. Camp was amazing and I am in unbelievably great shape.
"There were a couple times when I was in the immigration detention center (January-August 2012) that I wanted to quit. But my team of lawyers always motivated me, wouldn't let me stay down for too long and kept telling me that justice would prevail and that I shouldn't give up.
"I always dreamed of being a headliner on a major card, and here it is. I am so ready for Saturday.''