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 Last update:  5/10/2013       Read more by Salvador Rodriguez         
   
Chavez Jr. Says The Ball is in Martin Murray's Court
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By Salvador Rodriguez

Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. wants to be tested and that's why he asked Top Rank to secure Martin Murray for August 3 at new Arena in Mexico City. Chávez (46-1-1, 32 KOs) views Murray (25-1-1, 11 KOs) as the perfect opponent, especially after his near upset performance over World Boxing Council middleweight king Sergio Martinez on April 27th in Argentina. HBO would televise the fight.

"Everything is on track for [my opponent] to be Murray, it all depends on him to accept. I know it's a tough fight, but I want it and I think the people also want it. I'm ready," Chavez said.

Tags: Julio Cesar Chavez Jr , Martin Murray , Chavez-Murray , Chavez vs Murray


 

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comment by mezoomozaa, on 05-11-2013
[QUOTE=lfc19titles]exactly I see him dominating and beating up chavez like he did to martinez but we all know already he stands no chances with these corrupt paid off judges[/QUOTE] He didn't DOMINATE! Martinez , he won by a point without the second K.O , but it was close fight .

comment by nycsmooth, on 05-10-2013
jr wants all the advantages vs a guy that fouight 3 weels past...read in a Mex newspaper today, alvarrez vs after Murray 2...anything 2 stay away from Kirk or Lara...what a disgrace, like beating a powder-puff Trout was an event...pity the Tex-Mex fans that shelled out all the $$$$....

comment by Weebler I, on 05-10-2013
[QUOTE=junior gong]No more than the other guy does. He needs to win more rounds than the opponent to win...at least thats how its supposed to work.[/QUOTE] I get the impression from Murray he's not that bothered about getting decisions as he knows the score before he goes out there. He see...

chavez will never be elite
comment by GSM991, on 05-10-2013
[QUOTE=budfr]Loser?? He almost killed Martínez without throwing punches, training, high, and walked through everything Martínez threw. STFU[/QUOTE] dude chavez threw like one punch and sergios knee was completely shattered, chavez will never be like his dad sergio called him out for it when a...

comment by GSM991, on 05-10-2013
dude chavez threw like one punch and sergios knee was completely shattered, chavez will never be like his dad sergio called him out for it when are you gonna start being Chavez not the son of Chavez!!!

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