Chávez Jr claims that he has not received a contract to fight Anderson Silva; threatens not to fight


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Julio César Chávez Jr.

Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. threatened not to fight on June 19 against Anderson Silva, because he has not received the combat contract.

“The asshole promoters of the fight have not sent a contract to fight,” exploded the Jr. on Instagram. “They have not sent me a contract. Then they want to make you an asshole. One for good people does not say anything “.

Chavez will be on the same billboard that will be held at the Jalisco Stadium as his father Julius Caesar And his brother Omar.

The legend will fight in exhibition contest against the son of Héctor “Macho” Camacho, while Omar will go before Ramon Alvarez, brother of Saúl “Canelo” Álvarez.

The Jr. plans to face Silva, former middleweight champion of the UFC, after in November 2020 he knocked out Jeyson Minda.

“It must be here because there are 15 days left,” he added. July. “If it doesn’t come, I’m not going to get on and they think it will, that’s why they let it pass. Every day that passes, it is a percent more than what I said yesterday and so on, then the countdown begins ”.

He recently said that his plan is to knock out Anderson, then one more fight and later seek revenge against Canelo Alvarez.

Anderson Silva He was one of the best fighters in the history of UFC, but he only has two professional boxing fights, according to his profile of Boxrec.

In his last nine fights in the MMA He only won one, another was declared without result and in the other seven he lost.

His last confrontation within the UFC It was on October 31, 2020, when Uriah Hall he knocked him out in the fourth round.


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