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 Last update:  2/9/2012       Read more by Ryan Burton         
   
Arum: In a Few More Months, Chavez Beats Anyone at 160
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By Ryan Burton
 
Top Rank CEO Bob Arum was in a jovial mood after watching after watching Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. successfully defend his WBC middleweight title against Marco Antonio Rubio last Saturday night at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas where Arum touched on a number of topics including Chavez's future. 

Arum praised Chavez for his performance in the ring and compared him to his father, whom many regard as the greatest fighter Mexico has ever produced. 

"For me to see Julio's performance really gave me a lot of pride. I remember the great performances of his father and you can see that the apple didn't fall far from the tree.  The Chavez's have a set of cajones like nobody else," stated Arum.

The 80 year old Hall of Fame promoter plans on having Chavez return to the ring on June 2nd, likely in Texas and on HBO. The opponent being mentioned is Andy Lee. Arum also said that he thinks Chavez will be ready for Sergio Martinez, who is widely regarded as the best middleweight in the world, sooner rather than later.

"You saw a guy who started as a kid become a man.  In a few more months and a little better training camp where he isn't just taking off the weight, he will beat any middleweight in the world.  Any middlweight.  Martinez, Margarito, Cotto, any of them," exclaimed Arum. 

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Tags: Julio Cesar Chavez Jr , Bob Arum


 

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comment by giacomino, on 02-10-2012
[QUOTE=budfr]Besides Martinez, who are all those bozos you mention??:wtf:[/QUOTE] Just a bunch of bozos who would beat Jr. to a pulp. Other than that, a bunch of nobodies

comment by Top_Rumper, on 02-10-2012
Did i miss something when did Cotto and Magarito become middleweights ? In the next few months Chavez jr will be ready for more bums at 160

comment by chav, on 02-10-2012
[QUOTE=p4p-champ]I think Arum is referring to his in-house 160lb division.[/QUOTE] LOL, but probably quite close to the mark too Arum is talking about once he's got JCC away from Roach and Ariza and over to Garcias camp in Oxnard. Chavez is a fraud until proved otherwise and Arum isn't going to...

comment by nÔÔb_out_king, on 02-10-2012
What good is the loser if he can't handle a rhino!

comment by nÔÔb_out_king, on 02-10-2012
[QUOTE=nycsmooth]Rubio beat Leumieux w/his built up record & Lee isn't reallty top 10 or is the division that weak??...Jr will continue for another yr, maybe & be forced 2 go 2 '68, & then what'll he do w/Ward in front of him???[/QUOTE] Yeah! And what will he do with Vitali K. in front of him...

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