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 Last update:  1/17/2014       Read more by Ryan Burton         
Mayorga: I Would Stop Chavez Jr. in Four Rounds
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By Ryan Burton recently caught up with former junior middleweight champion Ricardo Mayorga who is training in Las Vegas, Nevada.  The flamboyant fighter said that Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. is one of the fighters on his hit list and that he would easily destroy the former WBC middleweight champion.

"Chavez lasts three or four rounds (with me) tops.  He will be mad at my manager Iyvalo (Gotzev) afterwards for bringing me in from Nicaragua to beat him up," Mayorga explained.

Current WBC middleweight champion Sergio Martinez is at the top of Mayorga's wish list.  Martinez is considered the best middleweight in the world but Mayorga said that he would stop the Argentina native.

"I will knock him out.  I know how to beat left handed fighters.  I would do well against them," said Mayorga.

Mayorga dismissed the knockdown that Martinez suffered in the 12th round of his 2012 fight against Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. Chavez had been dominated up that point and Mayorga said that the younger Chavez lives off of his father's name and landed a nothing more than a lucky punch.

"That was a just miracle that he knocked him down. Martinez won eleven rounds easily and that was just a lucky punch in the last round.  Chavez Sr. was the great fighter.  The red carpet was rolled out for him and Chavez Jr just walks in his footsteps," Mayorga told

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Tags: Julio Cesar Chavez Jr , Ricardo Mayorga


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comment by O.H. Canada, on 01-18-2014
I absolutely Love Mayorga's antics. He just doesn't give a fu(k. The Cigarette in the ring after the Forrest fight was deffinitely my favorite of them all followed by the Trinidad "give me your best shot" episode!

comment by eddiefutch, on 01-18-2014
I think Mayorga could out-eat Chavez

comment by freeloada, on 01-18-2014
Physically Chavez is too big for him and Chavez although garbage would still beat an ober the hill Mayorga. Is still watch it just to see the **** he talks during the pre fight build ups. Which would probably be more exciting than the fight itself.

comment by PunchyPotorff, on 01-18-2014
HA! Mayorga is a wacky dude, but I like him. Always talking wacky shiii. Hey, it's fun to see him going off on someone/something. I'd actually like to see him fight Jr., except isn't he too small to be going in there vs a cruiserweight?

comment by skinnystev, on 01-18-2014
any fool who thinks "maravilla" is the best middleweight in the world has not been paying attention for the last 2 years

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