By Rafael Soto
Former WBC middleweight champion Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. arrived last night at the San Juan de Los Lagos in Jalisco, the location of his expected return to the scheduled ring on August 10, facing the Colombian Evert Bravo over ten rounds at the super middleweight limit.
The fight will be carried on Azteca 7 and Canal Space, through Zanfer Promotions.
Chavez, 33-years-old and a record of 50-3-1, 32 KOs, arrived his entire team to finish out he training camp.
Chávez Jr, the son of the living legend Julio César Chávez Sr., said last night that he is determined to resume his career and says he's dedicating everything entirely to the world of boxing.
“I feel good because I have always learned from each fight and I am at a time when I know with more certainty what I want from my career. I am no longer playing around, as I know I did at some point, especially after the fight with Sergio Martínez - that I stopped thinking 100 percent about boxing. That is why I know that I'm on time to resume my career,” said Chavez Jr.
Chavez Jr, who was crowned world champion after defeating the German Sebastian Zbik on June 4, 2011, states that the best of his career, the best version of Chavez Jr. has not been seen.
“I know that I have not given my best, I think and I am convinced that I can give more and that the best of Julio César Chávez Jr. is still to be seen. I am not a rookie, I am 33 years old, but I am not finished and I know I have four or five more years to prove what I know, what I am and what I have because now I am going to focus totally on boxing and win a second world championship," Chavez Jr. said.