Photos: Chavez Jr., Margarito Work Together in Tijuana

WBC middleweight champion Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. and former welterweight beltholder Antonio Margarito train together in Tijuana, Mexico. Both Chavez and Margarito are promoted by Top Rank. Chavez is training for the first defense of his title, scheduled for September 17 in Mexico against Ronald Hearns. Margarito will challenge WBA junior middleweight champion Miguel Cotto in a rematch scheduled to take place on December 3rd in New York's Madison Square Garden. Photos by Knucklehead Boxing.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by dawge on 08-27-2011

Wow! Margarito looks small next to Jr. Anyways is'nt Jr. supposed to have some kind of cut on his hand from a ceiling fan or something?

Comment by hvirk on 08-25-2011

chavez is huge... he's dwarfing margarito who's probably only got one fight left at 154 before moving up to 160.... there's no way canelo and chavez jr meet, canelo's just starting to fill into 154.... chavez is struggling to make…

Comment by Toltec77 on 08-25-2011

[QUOTE=ChiTown2Diego;11037449]What a performance by sr on that night. Lot of heart shown by Chapo. RIP[/QUOTE] Yah both fought there hearts out that fight, now that was war, Chapo landed hes hard shots but chavez was just landing more hard shots…

Comment by intoccabile on 08-25-2011

[QUOTE=eddie_monster;11038139]Chavez Jr is bigger than I thought, does anyone know how much he shoots up to on fight night? He should really bring in a smart, fast fighter to help him out. Margarito is slow and open.[/QUOTE] He weighed 180…

Comment by EdMon917 on 08-25-2011

Chavez Jr is bigger than I thought, does anyone know how much he shoots up to on fight night? He should really bring in a smart, fast fighter to help him out. Margarito is slow and open.

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