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Chavez-Zbik: Freddie Roach Hopes To Start Camp on 4/2

By Jhonny Gonzalez

Trainer Freddie Roach is hoping to get Julio César Chávez Jr. (42-0, 30KOs) in training camp by April 2. Roach doesn't want Chavez to be rusty when he challenges Sebastian Zbik for the WBC middleweight title on June 4. After a career of having at least three bouts per year, Chavez only had a single bout in 2010 and so far he's had a single fight in 2011. He won a ten round decision win in January over Billy Lyell. Roach plans to increase his workload to make it the toughest camp of Julio's career.

"We are not gong to fight as expected [on March 19], but the work in the gym must be very hard get past his inactivity. Based on the last thing I heard, the fight would take place over here, in Las Vegas. I hope that on April 2, we'll begin preparing," Roach said.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by budfr on 03-07-2011

[QUOTE=uglypug;10198000]lol come on the fair skinned one ain't a bum. he just isn't as good as they would like us to believe. He does have some crisp, flush combinations, though. I don't know how he can hold up under some…

Comment by budfr on 03-07-2011

[QUOTE=PRBOXINGCOTTO;10197833]Another bum from mexico chavez and canelo biggest jokes ever chavez could have fought cotto but chickend out twice I hope he loses to zbik chavez has no power just like canelo how you cant ko bums smh[/QUOTE] Cotto is…

Comment by Sweet Jesus on 03-07-2011

I actually expect Zbik to win this fight.

Comment by ralph22 on 03-07-2011

at least jr is fighting a top 5 middelweight a indeafeted guy who was already going to face the top guys at 160 and he will do it at 160 so his belt will have more credit than alvarez thats…

Comment by UglyPug on 03-07-2011

[QUOTE=Al C;10197780]Another Mexican hype job by Mexican crooks - WBC and their crackerjack box trinkets.[/QUOTE] lol come on the fair skinned one ain't a bum. he just isn't as good as they would like us to believe. He does have…

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