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Chavez Jr: Now It's Time To Show What I Can Do in There

By Miguel Rivera

Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. is starting the toughest stage of his training for the upcoming fight against WBC middleweight champion Sebastian Zbik, which takes place on June 4 at Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. Chavez went into his tenth day of training at the Wildcard Gym in Hollywood, California, under the watchful eye of renowned trainer Freddie Roach. Chavez will begin sparring next week.

"Not only is the most important fight of my career but also of my life. I'm taking it very seriously. It's time to show what I can do in the ring, and thus fulfill the dream that I have of being a world champion like my dad," said Chavez Jr. "I am in the strong stage of my preparation. Right now I am working more with my fitness coach Alex Ariza. As my progress goes on, I'll be doing more work with Roach and I'll be ready for my fight against Sebastian."

Manny Pacquiao, training with Roach for the fight with Shane Mosley on May 7, has been giving Chavez Jr. some pointers.

"He's a nice person who is fully dedicated to the sport. I try to learn as much as possible from him. My training is carried out at one in the afternoon and Pacquiao starts at 2:30," Chavez said.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by flint on 04-22-2011

chavez wants to show what he can do in there. which is nothing

Comment by Roids&kneePads on 04-22-2011

sure buddy just like trinida how about jml getting ktfo?

Comment by ksan on 04-21-2011

Well Chavez did beat Carlos Molina the second time around, the same Carlos Molina that was robbed of a clear victory versus the much touted prospect Erislandy Lara, He also beat John Duddy in great fashion, and will do it…

Comment by ksan on 04-21-2011

[IMG]http://www.hatersgoingtohate.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/07/haters-gonna-hate-cigar-and-beer.jpg[/IMG]

Comment by montevideokid on 04-21-2011

zbik is chavezs first proper world class oponent, his first 36 fights were against club fighters but he could shock a lot of people and beat martinez or canelo, hes had all the advantages that 99% of boxers dont…

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