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Chavez: Julio Jr. is Very Hungry To Win Zbik's WBC Title

By Jhonny Gonzalez

The legendary Julio Cesar Chavez said his son, unbeaten Julio Cesar Chavez Jr., is very hungry to become the WBC middleweight champion. Chavez Sr. has seen a new hunger in his son's training and mental outlook. Chavez Jr. faces champion Sebastian Zbik on June 4 in Los Angeles, California. Chavez Sr. is very happy with the progress of his son's training at the Wild Card Gym in Hollywood. Chavez Sr. is planning to join his son at the Wild Card in order to teach him a few tactics for the upcoming fight.

"Julio's mistakes are being corrected by [trainer] Freddie Roach and he will be in great physical condition; coming in at 100% for the fight. Instead of releasing five shots, he must connect with at least ten to defeat the German," said Chavez Sr. "I'm going to teach him how to release the double hook to the liver, which is the same punch that I used to throw."

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by choelzle on 05-15-2011

[QUOTE=Elzilcho.-;10542379]Who cares who wins. Once they fight martinez or cotto they well loose that belt.[/QUOTE] I promise you on my life and the lives of all my loved ones, chavez jr will Never ever fight sergio martinez, no freddie roach…

Comment by ariolex on 05-15-2011

Its funny that apparently all the foul BS comes from mexicans and boricuas in the US. If you ever visit a spanish mexican/pr boxing site you will see a polite and INTELIGENT debate about boxing. YES boxing, not ethnicity, race,…

Comment by vacon04 on 05-15-2011

Martinez's agent talked to both Zbik and Chavez's agents and challenged them for a match after their fight. Zbik already agreed to a fight with Maravilla, but Chavez Jr refused to fight him in case he gets the belt. As…

Comment by El Malo. on 05-15-2011

Who cares who wins. Once they fight martinez or cotto they well loose that belt.

Comment by Roids&kneePads on 05-15-2011

[QUOTE=Capo Loko;10541729]You are too easy. It's funny to see lil' youngsters owning your ass in here. You're a 40+yr old man who gets ass hurt when someone mentions "knee" or "Margarito". LOL. You are too easy. What does all this…

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