Chavez Jr ready for comeback fight

Mexican boxing legend Julio Cesar Chavez received a blessing on Monday afternoon from the Diocese of San Juan de los Lagos in Jalisco, Mexico. He was also presented with a statue of the Virgin of San Juan de los Lagos, a gesture that the former world champion greatly appreciated. Chavez is in town accompanying his son Julio Cesar Chavez Jr., who will return to the ring Saturday against Evert Bravo.
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Meanwhile, Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. wrapped up his preparations with trainer Romulo Quirarte, showing speed, strength, condition, and above all, dedication and commitment. “We will offer a great fight,” promised Junior. “The problems are behind us. We’ve worked very hard so that after this fight, we’ll win back the confidence of my promoters and on the basis of work and results, aspire to a new opportunity to be world champion!”

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    • Yeah seriously. He has great attributes with his height and reach for the Middle Weight division. But he is lazy, and spoon fed. his title reign was a farce and he only received it after the WBC wrongfully stripped the champion.

      The apple fell very far from that tree. they usually do in boxing.

  • Jr is one over privileged golden spoon fed spoiled brat. I remember seeing him in Vegas for one of Oscars fights when he barely had like 7 fights and already the hype about him, keep in mind he had never proved himself even as an amateur. I was at his dads fight vs Camacho and there was little 2 or 3 yr old Chavez jr riding on his daddy’s shoulders. My my what a spoiled rotten kid he was and always will be.

  • Jr has nothing to prove, he has had an amazing career… Jr has surpassed Sr on every level and every way… said no one ever.

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