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 Last update:  10/1/2012       Read more by Miguel Rivera         
   
Marquez: Entire Team To Blame For Chavez Drug Issue
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By Miguel Rivera

WBO 140-pound champion Juan Manuel Marquez acknowledged he was shocked by the news that Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. tested positive for marijuana after his fight with Sergio Martinez, which took place on September 15th. Marquez feels that the entire team, from the bottom to the top, should take the blame for the postive test result - and not just the fighter himself.

"Neither myself nor anyone else expected Junior to test positive. I think we now have to look on the bright side of all of this. He will not make this mistake again, this will help him mature," Marquez said. "As [Chavez] wins so does the entire team, and his mistakes should be placed on them as well. It's not just a problem for Chavez, it's a problem for the entire team."

Marquez faces Manny Pacquiao for a fourth time on December 8th at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. He Mexican veteran calls himself the "champion of the people" and in closing he promised "I'll prove that I'm better than him."

Tags: Julio Cesar Chavez Jr , Juan Manuel Marquez


 

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comment by Cutthroat, on 10-02-2012
Chavez strikes me as a spoiled brat, seems like he always got things his way growing up and people kissed his ass because of who his dad is.

comment by jbpanama, on 10-02-2012
[QUOTE=Gino Ros]I count the people close to him as his team. He was training in Vegas...right? It's not like he trained back home with a zillion random friends.[/QUOTE] No DUMBO....., he was training in Hollywood....What do U do with a Prima Dona, That does what he wants, on his schedule....

comment by CHOWWOKKA, on 10-02-2012
[QUOTE=ElMeroChingon]I agree, it's a team effort, if they saw something wrong, they should've acted on it. They're there to support their fighter through camp, letting him smoke is not positive support, let alone letting Jr run his own camp, if a fighter does it all, he can't catch his own mista...

comment by RisAri0, on 10-02-2012
this is just his way of throwing Freddie Roach under the bus

comment by radab, on 10-02-2012
I should've trained with Freddie but then I got high I could've won my fight but then I got high Now I've lost my belt and I know why Because I got high. Because I got high. Because I got high.

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