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 Last update:  2/5/2012       Read more by Miguel Rivera         
   
Chavez Jr. Rips Rubio, Ready For Lee and Margarito
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By Miguel Rivera and Ernesto Castellanos, notifight.com

San Antonio, Texas. - WBC middleweight champion Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. (45-0-1, 31KOs) has lashed out at "the excuses" being made by Marco Antonio Rubio (53-6, 46KOs). Chavez won a twelve round unanimous decision over Rubio at the Alamodome.

Following the fight, Rubio and his team made several complaints - including their issues with Chavez's increased overnight mass and they also complained to the WBC about their inability to administer a post-fight drug test on Chavez.

Rubio said "Chavez was too big for me." Chavez blasted Rubio for not having a plan of attack.

"I got tired after the seventh and eighth rounds. My legs got tired from the sacrifice of making weight. I will continue at middleweight and next time I will put more care into making weight. I felt very good throughout the fight. It was one of the toughest I've ever had," Chavez said

"Rubio was a fighter looking for a single punch, so from the beginning I worked my way in and won the fight round by round. Rubio was fighting not get knocked out. I took all my experience and I beat him clearly."

Two of the boxers being mentioned for Julio's next fight are Andy Lee (27-1, 19KOs) and Antonio Margarito (38-8, 27KOs).

"I'm ready for anyone they to put in front of me. Margarito is a good fighter and it would be a great fight," Chavez said.

Tags: Julio Cesar Chavez Jr , Antonio Margarito , Andy Lee , Marco Antonio Rubio , Chavez-Rubio , Chavez vs Rubio


 

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comment by richardt, on 02-06-2012
Sulliman, Martinez, Chave JR ALL know Martinez is the next opponent. Anything short of that is not acceptable!

comment by v.cassiusali@ya, on 02-06-2012
smash martinez my son...

comment by mrbigshot, on 02-06-2012
[QUOTE=mushahadeen]JR doesn't wait around on nobody. He's done chasing Sergio. Lou DiFatso is the reason why this fight hasn't happened.[/QUOTE] your an idiot chavez jr does not want to be on the same planet as maravilla!!! they took sergios belt to give it to chavez jr how disgusting is th...

comment by mushahadeen, on 02-05-2012
[QUOTE=Alec900]didn't mention martinez.shocking[/QUOTE] JR doesn't wait around on nobody. He's done chasing Sergio. Lou DiFatso is the reason why this fight hasn't happened.

comment by Alec900, on 02-05-2012
didn't mention martinez.shocking

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