Bookmark Website  | Free Registration  | The Team

Boxing Champions |  Boxing Schedule |  Boxing Video  |  Boxing History   |  Pound For Pound  | The Wire |  Audio  |  Arcade
Sulaiman Wants NSAC To Be Lenient With Chavez Jr. - Boxing News
Advertisement
BoxingScene Archive
• Boxing Articles
• Boxing Interviews
• Breaking News
• Boxing Press Releases
• Boxing Results
• World Boxing News
Follow BoxingScene
 
Search BoxingScene

>>>Advanced Search<<<
• Register A Free Account
• Account Login
• Boxing Schedule
• Boxing Champions
• Boxing Downloads
• Boxing Forums
• Boxing News Wire
• Boxing Photos
• Boxing History
• Boxer Search
• Fantasy Betting
• Feedback
• Fitness and Health  
• Free Homepage
• Mixed Martial Arts
• Pound For Pound
• Upcoming Fight Archive
                                                                                                                                                            ...............

 Last update:  11/13/2012       Read more by James Blears         
   
Sulaiman Wants NSAC To Be Lenient With Chavez Jr.
Share Click Here To Email Printable version Search BoxingScene Database 

By James Blears

World Boxing Council President Jose Sulaiman says he hopes the Nevada State Athletic Commission tempers the punishment it hands down to Julio Cesar Chavez Jr., who tested positive for marijuana after losing his middleweight title to Sergio Martinez in September.

It’s Chavez Jr.’s second offense. In 2009 the NSAC fined him ten thousand dollars and banned him for six months. Back then he tested positive for furosemide - a diuretic, used to help weight loss.

For the recent marijuana offense, the WBC has already fined Chavez Jr twenty thousand dollars and suspended him until a rehab clinic provides documentary proof he’s been successfully treated. Chavez Jr. who’s publically apologized,  has yet to face the music at a hearing in Nevada.

Don Jose said a fair punishment from the NSAC, would be a ring ban for six months, and a fine not exceeding one hundred thousands dollars. But he also added: “If I request this, for sure the Nevada Commission is going to [hit him with] something more!

“If it’s a fair and just decision, we will respect it. But if they institute an unacceptable punishment, the WBC will provide the [the rest of the] world for Chavez to perform.”

He also advised: “I think Julio Cesar Chavez Jr should not lose faith. Now he has realized that he cannot do as he pleases, he’s got to prove himself. And by doing that, I believe he will become a great champion again.”

In February Chavez Jr was charged with DUI in Los Angeles, just a week before he fought and defeated compatriot Marco Antonio Rubio. He was given three years probation, and ordered to attend Alcoholics Anonymous.

Tags: Julio Cesar Chavez Jr , Jose Sulaiman


 

 User Comments and Feedback (must register to comment)

comment by ddangerous, on 11-14-2012
[QUOTE=parrish duke]and that is the problem right there - why should he give a rats ass? His organization is losing credibility by the day (standing behind Morales and his contaminated meat excuse, to all of the biased favoritism shyt with his god son Chavez Jr - wtf - stop killing the sport I l...

comment by Furn, on 11-14-2012
He should get about 1/10th of the ban Peterson got.

comment by -PANDA-, on 11-14-2012
[QUOTE=Mr. Fantastic]It's funny how a guy who I hate in Chavez Jr smokes weed and gets more **** than black boxers who take steroids and nothing happens to most of them. It's like everyone is afraid to be labeled as racist for speaking or doing the rightful thing.[/QUOTE] its also funny that n...

comment by nycsmooth, on 11-14-2012
knowing Kizer, not much there, he'll ease up on jr but should come down harder than thr 1st on his 2nd offense....9 months (call it time served as 2 months have gone by & $500k, heck he made over $3mil + tv...

comment by turnedup, on 11-14-2012
While I agree the "offense" isn't that bad...it would do this kid some good to not be handed a light punishment. You can see he's spoiled and has pretty much always had his way in life..it would be nice if someone actually puts some discipline on him..might help him grow up and possibly save him ...

Post A Comment/View More User Comments (24) 

   
 Top Headlines
 Advertisement
 
 MMA Headlines
 
 Related Articles
  Penalosa Rips Magdaleno For Hav...
  Mayweather Sr: I Want Floyd To ...
  Siaca To Face Murdock on Novemb...
  Miguel Vazquez: Haymon Promises...
  Erislandy Lara vs. Ishe Smith S...
  Juan Manuel Lopez Decides To Re...
  Carlos Spencer is Set To Make P...
  Manny Pacquiao Begins Light Tra...
  Rodriguez To Face Cartagena For...
  Mayweather Sr. Erupts: That F**...

 Latest Active Forum Threads
Latest Active Threads
 Advertisement

 


Advertisement



Privacy Policy - Submit News - Feedback - Site Map - Advertise with Us

Copyright © 2003-2014 BoxingScene LLC. All rights reserved.