Advertisement
Advertisement

Photos: Chavez Jr., Margarito Work Together in Tijuana

WBC middleweight champion Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. and former welterweight beltholder Antonio Margarito train together in Tijuana, Mexico. Both Chavez and Margarito are promoted by Top Rank. Chavez is training for the first defense of his title, scheduled for September 17 in Mexico against Ronald Hearns. Margarito will challenge WBA junior middleweight champion Miguel Cotto in a rematch scheduled to take place on December 3rd in New York's Madison Square Garden. Photos by Knucklehead Boxing.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by dawge on 08-27-2011

Wow! Margarito looks small next to Jr. Anyways is'nt Jr. supposed to have some kind of cut on his hand from a ceiling fan or something?

Comment by hvirk on 08-25-2011

chavez is huge... he's dwarfing margarito who's probably only got one fight left at 154 before moving up to 160.... there's no way canelo and chavez jr meet, canelo's just starting to fill into 154.... chavez is struggling to make…

Comment by Toltec77 on 08-25-2011

[QUOTE=ChiTown2Diego;11037449]What a performance by sr on that night. Lot of heart shown by Chapo. RIP[/QUOTE] Yah both fought there hearts out that fight, now that was war, Chapo landed hes hard shots but chavez was just landing more hard shots…

Comment by intoccabile on 08-25-2011

[QUOTE=eddie_monster;11038139]Chavez Jr is bigger than I thought, does anyone know how much he shoots up to on fight night? He should really bring in a smart, fast fighter to help him out. Margarito is slow and open.[/QUOTE] He weighed 180…

Comment by EdMon917 on 08-25-2011

Chavez Jr is bigger than I thought, does anyone know how much he shoots up to on fight night? He should really bring in a smart, fast fighter to help him out. Margarito is slow and open.

Post a Comment - View More User Comments (29)
Top Headlines Loeffler: As Soon as Golovkin Has a Fight, Everyone Wants Him! Roach Admits: I Don't Think I'll Accept Crawford For Pacquiao! Manager: Flores Has The Heart and Balls To Beat Rigondeaux Joseph Parker's Trainer Laughs at Haumono Protesting KO Loss Tapales Must Be in Top Form To Beat WBO Champ Sor Singyu Golovkin's Coach: We Wanted Ward, It Will Eventually Happen! Pacquiao's Ex-Trainer Warns Him To Stay Away From Crawford David Price vs. Eric Molina Showdown in Play For The Fall SHO’s Prospect Factory Churns Through Milestone Anniversary Roach Makes it Clear That Pacquiao Will Not Be 'One and Done' Eleider Alvarez Will Get Adonis Stevenson Next, Says Michel Chocolatito Admits Decision To Face Cuadras is a Big Career Risk Ricardo Mayorga's Wife Denies Fighter Was Drunk in Photo Chaise Nelson Goes The Distance in Recent Win Joseph Parker vs. Alexander Dimitrenko Finalized For October 1 NYSAC Under Fire After State Investigation Into Magomed Claims Photos: Chocolatito, Cuadras Go Face To Face in California AIBA To Review Testing Records of All Russian Olympic Boxers Bellew To Return On October 15; Smiths To Feature, Price Too? Jessie Vargas Looking For The Biggest Opportunity Possible Mikey Garcia Willing To Travel To UK To Fight Flanagan Next Denton Daley Goes For Commonwealth Belt on September 9 Moises Flores: I Have All The Tools To Defeat Rigondeaux! Loeffler Confirms: Golovkin Would Have Fought Degale at 168 AIBA Denies Allegations of Trying To Take Over Boxing Ruslan Chagaev Vanishes, Stripped of The WBA World Title Vyacheslav Shabranskyy-Oscar Riojas on LA Fight Club, 8/19 Andre Ward vs. Alexander Brand Lands on BoxNation Whyte: No KO, I Want To Punish Allen and Hurt Him Real Bad! Oscar Valdez To Make First Defense in Tucson in November? Andrade Tabs Andre Ward To Expose Kovalev's Flaws, Win Big Golovkin's Coach: DeGale at 168 Was Fine, Hearn Offered Brook Terence Crawford-Viktor Postol: Post-Fight Report Card Guy Robb on Marriaga WBO Eliminator, Picks Ward Over Kovalev AIBA Planning Additional Changes For Olympic Boxers Golovkin's Coach: Only Floyd Mayweather Can Really Test GGG Anthony Upton Drills Luke Paddock For English Title Abel Sanchez: No Pacquiao, I Want Crawford vs. Danny Garcia! Alan Castano: My Goal Was To Win, Not Outdo My Brother “Fighting Words” - When Good Fighters Meet Great Ones
Advertisement

Latest Active Forum Threads
Advertisement
Advertisement