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Chavez Sr. Wants His Son To Dedicate Himself Better

Julio César Chávez Sr., has advised his son Julio Jr. to dedicate himself 110 percent if he wants to return to the elite of his profession.
 
The legendary champion said his son has a lot of things to improve on for his upcoming fights, after Chavez Jr. had a controversial win this past weekend over Bryan Vera.
 
“We have to improve many things. Things that are not ok,” Chavez Sr. said. “I wanted that fight [to end by knockout], to have complete control of my son. He must see boxing from another point of view, if not he will not develop.”
 
Chavez Sr. said he was pleased by the way Julio threw punches and adeptly countered, but he should have thrown more punches, even though his right hand had been injured during the fight.
 
Now Chavez Jr. might have a rematch with Vera in December to set things straight.
User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Spray_resistant on 10-03-2013

[QUOTE=keyz3r0;13803771]Sure Vera thru the most punches, but Chavez landed more power punches.... Isn't that what won Adrien Broner the fight against Paulie? Paulie thru way more punches but Broner landed the more heavier punches, and nobody thought Paulie won that…

Comment by supRa on 10-03-2013

i mean who trains and works out in he's own living room? the guy needs more disciple, i thought after the martinez it was goin 2 change

Comment by ddangerous on 10-03-2013

I don't care anymore. In fact, I'm tired of hearing about him. He's nowhere near elite because of his attitude/drive. Reminds me a bit of Pavlik's antics at the decline of his career.

Comment by MODAPHUKA on 10-03-2013

I thought it said decimate himself , I was like damn , his father too!!!!!

Comment by RawDawgHasSpokn on 10-03-2013

Its a shame how jr turned out, kinda hurting that family name that his dad built. He needs a whole new camp and some serious motivation. Maybe Naazim Richardson. Somebody who won't settle for his BS.

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