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Julio César Chávez Junior He assured that he will retire from professional boxing, in case he loses his fight against the youtuber Jake paul.

Firmly, the Son of Legend claimed to be willing to confront Jake. Nor would he be afraid to retreat, should he be defeated.

“I hope they give me a few million with the Jake paul“, He said Chavez Jr in an interview with TV Boxing. “If he hits me I will withdraw.”

He affirmed that he would not be interested in the money he could win in said fight that would take place next year. He also reiterated that, in case things were not favorable, it would be the last fight of his career.

“I retire, I do not charge, I do not want to charge, I do not want money, I do not want anything”, added the son of the legendary “JCChavez. “If I do not win, I will withdraw, I am not interested in your bag if I do not win.”

Last weekend so much Chavez Jr What Paul they saw action and won. The first to David zegarra and leaving some doubts, and the influencer to Tyron woodley with an impressive knockout.

After that fight, Paul would have told his agent that he wants to face the Sinaloan in his next fight, and although Chavez Jr He does not rule it out, he said in recent days that his priority was to face boxers and not youtubers.

On the other hand, although he acknowledged that at some point in his career he thought about hanging up his gloves, he said that he currently feels in a great moment.

On the other hand, although he acknowledged that at some point in his career he thought about hanging up his gloves, he said that he currently feels in a great moment.

Finally, he accepted that he may have been halfway through his career, but he is willing to take advantage of this new opportunity and achieve important things.

“I am an athlete in every sense of the word,” concluded the Junior. “Maybe I was left halfway through my career or I didn’t do what people would have wanted or I thought I could do more, but I still have another chance, so we have to wait and it is never too late.”