With no defined rival, Chávez Jr shows his condition in handballing


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Sin rival definido, Chávez Jr muestra su condición en el manopleo

Julio Cesar Chavez Jr He showed the work that is done in the gym while waiting for his next rival and showed the intensity with which he performs his mitt sessions.

The Son of the Legend works with his head manoplero, Vladimir Baldenebro, and you can see that he begins to intensify training to get closer to a fight weight.

The last rival of Chavez Jr it was Jeyson minda, in November 2020 in Culiacán, Sinaloa, and the Junior he won via knockout in the fourth round.

Chavez Jr. has expressed interest in returning to the rings, after winning only two in his last five fights.

The Sinaloan boxer raised his hand for a rematch against Saúl “Canelo” Álvarez, after the tapatío knocked out the Turk in the third round Avni Yildirim.

“Especially when it is said to be the best, a rival without two years without getting into a ring,” wrote the Jr. in Twitter. “I get on and do not charge, at 175 pounds the day you want.”

The only fight of Canelo at light heavyweight he went against Sergey Kovalev, whom he dramatically knocked out in the 11th round.

Nevertheless, Saul He has ensured that going up to 175 pounds is a disadvantage and that is why he will remain at 168, where he seeks to become undisputed champion.

Chavez Y Canelo they faced each other on May 6, 2017. By blunt cards of 120-108, Canelo defeated July in combat held at super middleweight, a category in which Alvarez is champion of CMB Y AMB.

It was also recently reported that Sergio “Wonder” Martinez Y Chavez were in negotiations for a rematch fight, after meeting in September 2019.


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