Mario Cázares (11-0, 5 KOs), 30-years-old, has not had a very active career.

The Mexican super middleweight, who defeated Saul "Canelo" Alvarez in the amateur ranks, did not begin his pro career until December of 2015 - and since then he's only had 11 bouts.

He saw action three times in 2019, with a first round knockout victory in December.

According to former WBC middleweight champion Julio Cesar Chavez Jr., Cazares will be his next opponent.

Chavez Jr. is scheduled to return on September 25 in Mexico, as part of a card being put together to raise money for several charities.

In the main event, Mexican greats Julio Cesar Chavez Sr. and Jorge Arce will battle in their third exhibition fight.

Omar Chavez, the younger brother of Julio Jr., will also see action on the undercard.

Chavez Jr. has already issued a warning to Cazares.

“He doesn't know what he got himself into. I am more than ready for that fight, I am on weight and I am ready. I want to display how a boxer behaves and what he represents for society,” Chavez Jr. explained to Fox Deportes.

There is some confusion on whether Chavez Jr. vs. Cazares will be a ten round sanctioned fight or an eight round exhibition.

Chavez Jr. (51-4-1, 33 KOs) has been out of the ring since December of 2019, when he was stopped in five rounds by Daniel Jacobs in a light heavyweight encounter. It was only the second fight for Chavez Jr. since losing a wide decision to Canelo in May of 2017.

At the moment Chavez Jr. is waging a legal battle in the United States to remove a suspension, which was handed down by the Nevada State Athletic Commission for refusing to take a pre-fight drug test in connection to the Jacobs bout.