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 Last update:  10/9/2012       Read more by Jhonny Gonzalez         
   
Chavez Jr. Eyes Move To 168, Ward - If No Martinez II
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By Jhonny Gonzalez

Former WBC middleweight champion Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. (46-1-1, 32KOs) is possibly going to debut next year in the super middleweight division. 

In his last fight, on September 15th in Las Vegas, Chavez was decisioned over twelve rounds by Sergio Martinez. In the final round he dropped Martinez and came close to a miracle knockout.

He then tested positive for marijuana and now faces at least a six month suspension from the Nevada State Athletic Commission.

Upon returning he wants an immediate rematch with Martinez. If Martinez decides to do something else, then Chavez will move up to 168-pounds and named WBC/WBA champion Andre Ward as the ultimate target at the weight.

Chavez's trainer, Freddie Roach, has often called for his boxer to move up. Chavez resorts to starving himself to make the middleweight limit of 160. He makes the weight but then rehydrates to at least 180-pounds and beyond.

"I would like the rematch, I think would be a good fight. If not, I'll go up to 168, and there I'll develop to my full potential and I will be physically complete," Chavez stated.

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comment by MikeRo1972, on 10-10-2012
[QUOTE=MASTER1454]Since Holyfield? Obviously, you haven't heard of Roy Jones.......[/QUOTE] You're right about Roy Jones I totally forgot about his reign at LHW. My bad, that said Chavez can be a high profile fighter at that division that brings attention to that division where as at 168 it w...

comment by Trophyboy23, on 10-09-2012
I would love to see Chavez vs. Froch and Chavez vs. Abraham first before him taking on Ward. Posted from Boxingscene.com App for Android

comment by Alpha & Omega, on 10-09-2012
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!! Whew, thanks Jr., I needed a good laugh after a rough day at work today. Who on earth would pay to see Ward vs. Chavez? I can't even think of a worse mismatch which would lead to an embarrassing beating. Was that really an actual serious statement by Chavez Jr.? Is ...

comment by GTL, on 10-09-2012
[QUOTE=MASTER1454]Since Holyfield? Obviously, you haven't heard of Roy Jones.......[/QUOTE] True Story.. Chavez, is a boarder line retard.. Let him fight Ward, he needs to work for something.. Get another ass whooping

comment by TheWinners, on 10-09-2012
Man, this guy is really smoking some strong keef. He just got his ass handed too him by Martinez. Now he wants to go and ruin his career by being Ward's punching bag. He does not want to mess with Ward.

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