Sunday, June 20, 2010

Julio Cesar Chavez Jr.

Next Saturday at the Alamodome in San Antonio, unbeaten Julio Cesar Chavez Jr., the son of the legendary Julio Cesar Chavez, meets John Duddy in a bout fight that both fighters need.

Chavez Jr. isn't widely considered a great father like his dad and Duddy was once a prospect, but has one loss to his name.

Both are considered average fighters by many boxing fans. I have not been impressed by either fighter in their careers, although Chavez Jr. is only 24 and he is working with trainer Freddie Roach.

What are you thoughts on either fighter, but especially Chavez Jr.

- Felix


Anonymous said...

Chavez is young and never had an amateur career, so even though he's had 42 fights many of them were just to get him used to fighting. I don't think he will have his dad's career, but how many upcoming boxers will? He has entertaining fights because they schedule him against opponents who are at the same class level as he is. I wish I could make the trip to SA to see him. I wish El Paso had been in the running for this fight. The Alamodome is way to big for a fight.

Anonymous said...

Why post a question to your readers when you dont respond? Felix be more like Teddy and Jason, their blogs are interactive. Sure they go through stretches where they wont reply but it's nice to have an exchange. Maybe if you did, there would be more readership. I know there's more than 4 or 5 fight fans in the region.

Anonymous said...

Haha the same could be said about your question. If you know Felix wont answer then dont ask the question. As to the post, I think the fact that CJr fights on pay per view @$40 hurts his ability to build an audience. If we cant watch him we cant cheer for him. That said, any word on the outcome? Oh wait, no one will respond to this post.

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Anonymous said...

how old is julio jr. already?
i've seen one of him as undercard to a Pacquiao fight. the guy got skills but he got no power in his punch. Julio Sr's career is hard to duplicate, IMO.

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