Eddy reynoso He sent a message of encouragement to Julio Cesar Chavez Jr., who fought the night of Saturday, December 18.
“I was very happy to see @jcchavezjr back to sport, “wrote the award-winning as 2021 WBC Coach of the Year. “Beyond this fight and what comes for him, it is to be applauded that he is back on the warpath and fighting to be a better human being. Continue working, Jr., that there is still a long way to go. You are a winner!”.
I was very happy to see @ jcchavezjr1 back to the sport, beyond this fight and what comes for him, it is to be applauded that he is back on the warpath and fighting to be a better human being! keep working jr that there is still a long way to go, you are a winner👊🏼🇲🇽👊🏼🏆
– EDDY REYNOSO (@CANELOTEAM) December 19, 2021
The Sinaloan boxer defeated David zegarra by unanimous decision, although the cards were not released. This was his second fight in 2021, after he fell against in June. Anderson Silva by decision divided by cards of 75-77, 75-77 and 77-75.
After that fight, his father July Cesar Chavez said that the Jr. And his brother Omar They had entered rehabilitation for addictions, although later he commented that they were on a spiritual retreat.
The rivalry between Canelo and Chávez Jr.
Now him Jr. He made this fight back in search of becoming a world champion again, after the stumbled step he has had in recent years.
“I wanted to knock him out,” he said. Chavez Jr. in interview with LEFT PUNCH at the end of the contest. “Unfortunately it did not happen, we are going to continue working harder, I think we are going to put up better fights.”
During the race JC Y Saúl “Canelo” Álvarez there has been a rivalry since their careers began. In May 2017 they clashed and Canelo won by unanimous decision by cards of 120-108, 120-108 and 120-108.
In the function of last June, where the legend withdrew from the ring, there was a disagreement between Canelo Y JC Jr. As told July, his children got angry for going up to Saul to the ring at the end of the contest against Hector Camacho Jr.