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Chavez Jr. vs Wolak Still Moving Forward, at 165-Pounds

By Rick Reeno

BoxingScene.com has been advised by sources within Top Rank, that as of this moment Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. vs. Pawel Wolak is still moving forward on November 27 at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California. Multiple sources have advised BoxingScene that Chavez Jr. is legitimately battling flu-like symptoms. From what I was told, by more than one source, the agreed-upon catch-weight will be raised from 157 to 165-pounds. The new weight is likely a reaction to Chavez missing several days of training due to illness.

UPDATE: Apparently, from what I was just told, there was never an agreed-upon catch-weight of 157. Wolak replaced an injured Alfonso Gomez, who was fighting Chavez at 157. When Wolak stepped in, the weight was raised to 160-pounds for Chavez's WBC silver middleweight title. Because the weight has been raised to 165, the silver title will not be at stake.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Evil Abed on 11-29-2010

stevemaxboxing Steve Kim [B]Arum just told me that the fight is a go, Chavez will face Wolak on Saturday night at the Honda Center in Anahiem[/B]

Comment by Evil Abed on 11-29-2010

stevemaxboxing Steve Kim [B]I'm told that with or without Chavez Jr the show will go on Saturday in Anaheim [/B]

Comment by Evil Abed on 11-29-2010

[QUOTE=mushahadeen;9692911]No fighter in history has had to face so much racist racism as Jr.[/QUOTE] sure. I'm a fan of Abner Mares and JMM. I don't like Chavez and that makes me a racist? right.

Comment by mushahadeen on 11-29-2010

[QUOTE=thephantom5;9688943]165. Flu. I call BS. I think Chavez had a bad allergic reaction to training hard.[/QUOTE] No fighter in history has had to face so much racist racism as Jr.

Comment by ELPERRO on 11-29-2010

Maybe he got the flu cuz it was cold so theirfor could not train...and was depress cuz his dad wasn't going to be ringside for this upcoming fight for the first time in his career....so he stuffed his face with…

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