For most of eleven rounds, the challenger looked like he trained by oversleeping and eating Cheerios in pink drawers. The son of the man many hail as the greatest Mexican Fighter of all-time wasn’t living up to his lineage.
After years of carefully selected foes and high sanctioning body ratings he hadn’t earned, Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. had slowly become a respectable. A paper WBC title win over the unproven Sebastian Zbik gave him valuable real estate at Middleweight. Defenses against Marco Antonio Rubio and Andy Lee gave him the look of a fighter to be taken serious.
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