Cazares: I’m going to knock out Chavez Jr.

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Unbeaten super middleweight Mario Cazares (12-0, 6 KOs) is anxious to get into the ring on September 25 and achieve the most important victory of his career by not only defeating, but also knocking out Julio César Chávez Jr. “There was a lot of talk about the weight controversy,” said Cazares. “Although there was already a prior agreement, we agreed to fight at 175 pounds. Mr. Julio César Chávez, whom I respect a lot and is my idol, is right. It’s a great opportunity for me and I’m going to take advantage, as I’m going to beat Junior. I’m going to knock him out and I’m going to take him out of boxing.

“That they have taken all the advantages has motivated me more. They have awakened the indomitable warrior, the spark within me that will drive me to leave everything in the ring, and I am going to knock him out. Julio has wasted many opportunities, I was only waiting for one. It came to me and I’m not going to miss it!”

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  • Woooow, let me get ready for Chavez, Jr.!! In other words, let me get ready to…ZZZZZZ!!!

    Best of luck to Cazares.

  • My heavy bag downstairs is more entertaining and fights with more passion than Junior.

  • Cant even believe I clicked on this article to read it. Chavez needs to walk away and give it up…Anytime he’s bored and needs money, he comes out of the shadows to box in a fixed club fight so his dwindling fans will line his pockets.

  • I have absolutely no interest in a Chavez Jr fight. This fight could come and go and I wouldn’t even know it happened.

    I have no use for pretenders. Cazares should focus on winning first and foremost.

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