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Chavez Jr. Rips Rubio: He's a Fraud and a Cowardly Man

By Miguel Rivera

WBC middleweight champion Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. has blasted his most recent opponent, Marco Antonio Rubio. Earlier this month in San Antonio Texas, Chavez won a twelve round unanimous decision over Rubio. After the fight was over, Rubio became very upset because the local commission never administered any post-fight drug tests.

Earlier this week, Rubio's handlers filed a petition to overturn the loss to Chavez. They question how the boxer weight shifted from 159.5 to 181-pounds in a single night and they also demand answers on why the WBC never held their 30-day and 7-day weight checks.

"Rubio is the most fraudulent and cowardly man that I've ever known. I can not believe that [Rubio and his team] continue to talk won't accept his defeat. We won," Chavez said.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by EdWins on 02-24-2012

"He is a fraud and a coward" Sounds like Chavez Jr. was describing himself :lol1:

Comment by The Smash on 02-24-2012

I feared this would happen, Chavez beat Rubio so savagely that he's got pugilist dementia; I'm reliably told Rubio spends his days in a rocking chair with a glazed look in his eye, muttering "Chavez, no mas". This is why…

Comment by vacon04 on 02-24-2012

[QUOTE=SpeedKillz;11816668]so did meldrick taylor. one of the worst. chavez jr has balls for calling someone else a fraud. if he ever grows the ballz to fight anyone that matters, then he'll be gone from boxing really quickly...[/QUOTE] What? Taylor lost…

Comment by LeG00N on 02-24-2012

[QUOTE=SpeedKillz;11816668]so did meldrick taylor. one of the worst. chavez jr has balls for calling someone else a fraud. if he ever grows the ballz to fight anyone that matters, then he'll be gone from boxing really quickly...[/QUOTE] Meldrick Taylor got…

Comment by SpeedKillz on 02-24-2012

[quote=juandabomb;11816649]Jr is a fraud just like his dad was, [B]sweat pea got robbed in texas vs SR[/B].valen madres los dos....greatest mexican fighter is salvador sanchez y ya cabrones![/quote] so did meldrick taylor. one of the worst. chavez jr has balls…

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