Rubio: I'm Sorry, But I'm Going To Knock Chavez Jr. Out!
By Miguel Rivera
Middleweight contender Marco Antonio Rubio (53-5-1, 46KOs) finally got the fight he wanted so badly. On February 4th he faces undefeated superstar Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. (44-0, 31KOs) for the WBC middleweight title at the Alamodone in San Antonio, Texas. Rubio, known for his deadly power, is going to attack Chavez Jr. with power shots from the early start. The Mexican veteran became the number one ranked contender after stopping previously undefeated David Lemieux in a WBC final eliminator last April in Canada.
"I promise that on February 4 you will see the reality of things. The paper champion will be no more. For those who do not believe me, I'm sorry, but I'm going to knock him out. I'm going to go for the knockout and you will see that," Rubio said.
So much talk from Rubio like everybody else....yet Junior is still here.Comment by nycsmooth on 01-02-2012
don't say you are sorry, just do it, but I don't think it will be as easy as Rubio thinks...something will happen, watch...Comment by EZ E on 01-02-2012
Let's be more REAL-LISTIC, in this particular match-up it may be that Chavez is being a combo of underrated/over-hated and Rubio is being a bit overrated. Rubio is another Manfredo-level opponent. He's certainly not a top tier fighter but in…Comment by flint on 01-02-2012
[QUOTE=ChewLeather;11623339]A good example of JCC hating flomo.[/QUOTE]exactly. but its not julio's fault that he can't box. its his fake fans that don't know nothing about boxing.he can not fight period. arum knows and frauddy roach too. they just want to…Comment by ChewLeather on 01-02-2012
[QUOTE=flint;11622938]there's no blue print to beat floyd mayweather jr. and i will remember you when rubio beats down the sorriest champion in mexican boxing history chavez jr. can't wait to see his ass run in the ring.[/QUOTE] A good example…Post a Comment - View More User Comments (35)