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 Last update:  10/15/2013       Read more by Boxing Clever         
   
Chavez Jr. Motivated By Winning a World Title at 168
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Ambitious contender Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. (47-1-1, 32KOs) declares he's still young, has remaining goals to conquer and aims to win another title above middleweight. It's been almost a year since he lost the WBC middleweight crown to Sergio Martinez. In his return fight against  Brian Vera, he had to shed a bucket load of ring rust to win a controversial ten round decision. Much has been said about a rematch against Vera, but Julio confirmed pen have not been put to paper.
 
“I haven’t signed anything yet, I can’t speak about a rematch with Vera, but I’ve heard that it might take place in February. The truth is that there are other fights that I want."

Chavez Jr. said that he’s motivated by the idea of conquering the super middleweight title.
 
“I still have a lot to achieve in boxing. I’m 27 and I want to conquer the super middleweight title. To become the first Mexican in doing it, like I did with the middleweight title. Let’s see how far I can reach.”
 
Regarding his fight against Vera, Julio said that the fight helped him a lot to regrout and regain ring rhythm.

“I regained this, so the fight was helpful, I can’t stop fighting for this long again. I want to thank God, because TV ratings show that people still follow me and I want justify their confidence.”

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comment by Boxing Bob, on 10-15-2013
[QUOTE=BIGPOPPAPUMP]Ambitious contender Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. (47-1-1, 32KOs) declares he's still young, has remaining goals to conquer and aims to win another title above middleweight. It's been almost a year since he lost the WBC middleweight crown to Sergio Martinez. In his return fight again...

comment by Ravens Fan, on 10-15-2013
[QUOTE=wesk81]Big fan of his old man, and I think jr. is very talented and naturally gifted with heavy hands but he is lazy and spoiled, to me he lost the Vera fight and I also remember him losing a fight back in the days to a no name that was also gifted to him because of his name and potential ...

comment by ABOSWORTH, on 10-15-2013
[QUOTE=budfr]killing boxing? floyd, broner and bradley.are killing boxing because of their boring, coward style. Just like most ricans.[/QUOTE] Idiot. [QUOTE=RiC-DiC]suckgio's belt was too hard to get, so he's gonna take suckio's.[/QUOTE] Suckgio? That's weak. Your sig is hilarious so ...

comment by - Ram Raid -, on 10-15-2013
Spot the misnomer: 'Chavez Jr. Motivated' https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BWnhK4_CcAA_JpC.jpg

comment by Uncle Rodge, on 10-15-2013
168 what? Donuts? Burritos? Froch will end you, in the worst possible way.

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