The many that many consider to be the best Mexican boxer of all time, Julio César Chávez, is in a great shape due to his physical conditioning, work in gym and proper diet, because he wants to arrive in the best form possible on March 7.
He will face fellow multi-division champion Jorge Arce in an exhibition rematch at the Hermosillo Multiple Use Center.
Chávez, who retired in 2005 with a record of 107-6-2 and 85 KO's, with world championships at super featherweight, lightweight and junior welterweight.
Arce retired in 2014 with a record of 64-8-2 with 49 KO's, and after having captured world championships in four divisions.
The bout will star in an attractive card being presented in a co-promotion between Zanfer, 2M Promotions, JC Chávez Foundation, and with transmission by the Casa del Boxing, Azteca 7.
The card will raise money for the JC Chávez Foundation, which serves young people with addiction problems, and this time it will benefit Sonoran people who require these treatments, through the Ministry of Health of the State Government.