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 Last update:  3/11/2011       Read more by Jhonny Gonzalez         
   
Marquez, Montiel, Arce Back Chavez To Beat Canelo
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By Jhonny Gonzalez

There is a growing debate in the Mexican press and a number Mexican boxers were polled by Sal Rodriguez. They were asked one question, on which young Mexican boxer is better - Saul "Canelo" Alvarez or Julio Cesar Chavez. Many of the established veterans were on the side of Chavez.

Juan Manuel Marquez -  I think it's a tough fight for both, but I'm with Chavez because of his boxing, height, distance, he throw more combinations, and throws more punches to the body.

Rafael Marquez - Julio Cesar Chavez would win, 100%. Julio has faced a little higher level of opponents. He throws better combinations, works well and he should win without trouble.

Fernando Montiel - Julio Cesar Chavez should win. He has more experience. He's had wars in the ring, and maybe they were not with wars with big names, but he showed a bit more than Canelo.

Carlos Zarate - I think Chavez should win. He has more experience, but it would be a tough fight for both.

Jorge Arce - Junior has more talent. He's the bigger of the two and I think the advantages go to Chavez.

Daniel Zaragoza - I like the way Chavez boxes. With all due respect, Canelo leaves the impressions that he still has more learning to do.

Tags: Julio Cesar Chavez Jr , Juan Manuel Marquez , Saul Alvarez , Fernando Montiel , Rafael Marquez , Jorge Arce



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comment by Pullcounter, on 03-11-2011
its actually a pretty even fight... 2 overhyped mexicans going at it... should be a war.

comment by JoeKickAss, on 03-11-2011
Wait, two TV Azteca fighters(Arce & Montiel) are backing another TV Azteca fighter(Chavez Jr)? no surprise....

comment by munoz87, on 03-11-2011
Well i agree with them, dont get me wrong i am mexican and i like the way both guys box, but i think jr is a bigger guy and he will want to fight canelo at 154 or heavier and he ll have the advantage, but for right now they should go different directions and later face each other, canelo should f...

comment by GJaime99, on 03-11-2011
I'm with Zaragoza on this one... He's right, Canelo does show a lot of promise, but he does seem to leave an impression of immutarity in the ring... I don't see how these opinions can be constituted as jelousy

comment by ELPERRO, on 03-11-2011
Well....Marquez is jealous Because Canelo is becoming #1 in popularity in Mexico, leaving him @ #2... R.Marquez is his brother so he backs him up on his opinion along with Zaragosa which is Rafael's trainer. Both Arce and Montiel are with top rank and are from the same state as Chavez which...

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