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Omar Chavez Eyes Ring Return on June 2nd in Mexico

By Miguel Rivera

Welterweight contender Omar Chavez (28-1-1, 21KOs) will possibly return to action on June 2 in Mexico. This past December, Chavez suffered his first loss by way of a ten round majority decision to Jorge Paez Jr. He returned on March 17 and stopped Emilio Julio in the ninth round. Chavez has not ruled out a full campaign at junior middleweight. His last two bouts took place between 150 adn 152-pounds.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by mushahadeen on 04-27-2012

It's like all the good genes went to JR and all the crappy ones went 2 Omar he's like bizarro Superman.

Comment by tupapa on 04-27-2012

[QUOTE=ny123;12050377]You're entitled to your opinion and u may be right but I couldnt disagree more. I dont see anything in Omar to suggest he has any real potential. I think Jr is levels above him and I dont think Jr.…

Comment by ny123 on 04-27-2012

[QUOTE=bose;12050353]Fair enough. I guess am in the minority that i still believe he will be better than Chavez jr. as long as he gets back to the abilities he had before the tragic fight. Imo, he can be champion and…

Comment by bose on 04-27-2012

[QUOTE=ny123;12050329]Its not hate its honest opinions on his ability as a boxer. I hate how everything becomes "hating" nowadays. The dude sucks bottom line.[/QUOTE] Fair enough. I guess am in the minority that i still believe he will be better…

Comment by ny123 on 04-27-2012

[QUOTE=bose;12050254]The hate is ridicules. Omar has already lost. He was put in tougher fights than his brother at this point in his career. After his opponet died after the fight Chavez hasn't been the same. His output has dropped and…

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