Contento por haber aguantado 10 rounds, asegura Julio César Chávez Jr tras ganar a David Zegarra

Julio César Chávez Jr assured that the most important thing in his last fight of the year was the victory and having endured the ten rounds, sure that better things will come in his career, although he regretted not knocking out David zegarra.

“I wanted to knock him out,” he said. Chavez Jr in interview with Elijah Quijada for LEFT PUNCH at the end of the fight. “Unfortunately it did not happen, we are going to continue working harder, I think we are going to put up better fights.”

Saturday night Chavez Jr He returned to the winning path after defeating Zegarra by unanimous decision in the Palenque of the Livestock Fair of Culiacán, Sinaloa, after ten rounds, sure that he felt good after a setback in his last fight.

“I felt good, I feel happy to have lasted ten rounds,” added the son of the legend. “I would have liked to knock him out, I think I’m going little by little again on my return, I was coming off a loss and I felt good.”

He asserted that the most important thing was to have left with his arm raised, aware that better things will come soon in his career.

“I won, it’s the important thing,” he considered Chavez Jr. “I feel like better things are coming.”

Of the stamina he had Zegarra In the fight and how fierce he was, he said he allowed that to happen. Recognize that this will be something that will need to improve with work in the gym.

“We already knew, that was thanks to us leaving,” he commented. “We would shoot and leave, then he would attack so that he would not continue because he hurt me, but these are things that work out.”

Finally questioned about his father’s words Julio Cesar Chavez, who said two more fights and will seek to get their son back to Las Vegas, the Junior He was blunt: “We no longer want to go back to Las Vegas.”