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 Last update:  11/30/2010       Read more by Rick Reeno         
   
Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. Withdraws From The Wolak Fight
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By Rick Reeno

BoxingScene.com was advised that Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. has withdrawn from this coming Saturday's fight with Pawel Wolak. Chavez was battling flu-like symptoms for the last few days. Chavez missed a few days of training and tried to move forward with the fight. Because he missed a few days of training, the agreed-upon weight was even raised to 165-pounds.

Chavez worked out on Monday at the Wild Card Gym in Hollywood, California. He seemed fine, but sources tell BoxingScene that he woke up Tuesday morning with a fever "that was over 100-degrees."

Chavez-Wolak was the headliner of Top Rank's pay-per-view taking place at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California. Nonito Donaire's bantamweight bout with former champ Wladimir Sidorenko has been moved to the main event position.

Wolak will remain on the show in an eight round contest against Jose Pinzon of Mexico.




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comment by Mayas, on 12-02-2010
[QUOTE=Boxeo_Boricua]So many people here call Cotto a quitter but at least he shows up to fight! Chavez can't even do that, what a disgrace to the Chavez last name.:fu2:[/QUOTE] Cotto had an amateur experience and went to the Olympics. Jr. had no amateur experience at all. He just turned pr...

comment by Boxeo_Boricua, on 12-01-2010
So many people here call Cotto a quitter but at least he shows up to fight! Chavez can't even do that, what a disgrace to the Chavez last name.:fu2:

comment by Mayas, on 12-01-2010
[QUOTE=Don Golpe]fuk..I wonder if i can get some of my money back![/QUOTE] I just looked at Honda Center's website, and they said that they're giving refunds, at the point of sales. http://www.hondacenter.com/EventDetails.aspx?EventID=571 so, yes, you can get a refund.

comment by Killa408sharK, on 12-01-2010
[QUOTE=Mr Lucci]November has been Mexican excuse month. Ill mark it in my calendar for next year.[/QUOTE] another rican hater:fu2:

comment by gibo, on 12-01-2010
[QUOTE=mushahadeen]Took a lot of courage for Jr. to do this. I'm an even bigger fan now than ever. Jr. will KO the flu just like he would have KO'd Wolak, Cotto, or Martinez.[/QUOTE] El Dinero de Caca shows his true colors

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