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Photo: Chavez Jr. Spotted in Mexico Looking Very Massive

By Miguel Rivera

Former WBC middleweight champion Julio Cesar Chavez Jr., who is scheduled to return on September 7th against Bryan Vera at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, was ringside in Tepic, Mexico to support his brother Omar Chavez - and Julio appeared to be weighing well over 200-pounds according to ringside observers. Chavez is known for dropping unrealistic amounts of weight before a fight, and then blowing up by 20-pounds [or more] after the day of the weigh-in. There have been rumors in Mexico that Chavez's return has been pushed back several times because the boxer has not been training. The fight with Vera is taking place at a max of 165-pounds.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by DoktorSleepless on 07-08-2013

It's amazing that he was supposed to fight on the same date as Broner, and he still looks like that.

Comment by humanpunchingbg on 07-08-2013

[QUOTE=SweetScience;13539265]Super porky[/QUOTE] [img]http://travels.bansey.com/usa_mexico_2010/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/bio_super_porky.jpg[/img] Brazo De Plata would destroy Jr.

Comment by londoner on 07-08-2013

The perfect opponent for David Price's next comeback attempt

Comment by iniduoh on 07-07-2013

This hype-job is just a devastating KO waiting to happen and hopefully soon.

Comment by SweetScience on 07-07-2013

Super porky

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