By Geno McGahee This Saturday, from Las Vegas, Nevada, Sergio Martinez, 49-2-2, 28 KO’s, makes his PPV headlining debut against a man that has been the feature attraction on many PPVs, Julio Cesar Chavez, JR., 46-0-1, 32 KO’s, for the WBC Middleweight Title.
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Sergio Martinez Vs Julio Cesar Chavez JR – Boxing Mismatch or Boxing Surprise? – OFFICIAL BOXING BREAKDOWN
Manny Pacquiao NEXT FIGHT – Timothy Bradley, Floyd Mayweather, JR., Miguel Cotto & More – BOXING NEWS
By Gina L. Caliboso So far this summer, I’ve taken some time off from the boxing article writing. My beloved Managing Editor, Geno McGahee, has been quite patient with me. But aside from the September 8th bout between Ward and Dawson and perhaps I can build up some excitement for the Chavez JR vs. Martinez [...]
Julio Cesar Chavez JR Vs Sergio Martinez: Floyd Mayweather JR Gets the Winner – Can the Son Emerge From His Father’s Shadow?
By Geno McGahee On September 15th, the #2 best pound for pound fighter in the world, Sergio Martinez, 49-2-2, 28 KO’s, takes on one of the biggest names in boxing, Julio Cesar Chavez, JR., 46-0-1, 32 KO’s, for the WBC Middleweight Title. This is the moment of truth for the 26 year old Chavez, JR., [...]
By Geno McGahee Julio Cesar Chavez, JR., 46-0-1, 32 KO’s, will be facing the toughest test of his career on September 15th, as he defends his WBC Middleweight Title against the true champ of the division, Sergio Martinez, 49-2-2, 28 KO’s. At one time, Chavez, JR., was considered a joke in the sport. He was [...]
By Geno McGahee Julio Cesar Chavez, JR., 45-0-1, 31 KO’s, used his muscle to pin Marco Antonio Rubio, 53-6-1, 46 KO’s, against the ropes and land his shots. Head to head the two fighters slugged away, winning a wide unanimous decision by scores of 118-110, 116-112 and 115-113.
By Donald C. Stewart If you didn’t know him by the time he got in the ring with Sergio Martinez 48-2-2, 27 KO’s, then his name will be mentioned more often after he came out of the ring with his pride intact. Although the gallant Brit Darren Barker 23-1, 14 KO’s, didn’t manage to wrestle [...]
By Geno McGahee Oscar De La Hoya, 39-6, 30 KO’s, was the face of boxing for a long time and since his departure, there has been a big gap, but he plans to fill it again, beginning with an insult directed at Julio Cesar Chavez, JR., 42-0-1, 30 KO’s. In 1996 and 1998, De La [...]
By Geno McGahee Julio Cesar Chavez, JR., 41-0-1, 30 KO’s, earned his spot in the middleweight top ten with a good performance against John Duddy, 29-2, 18 KO’s, picking up the WBC Silver belt, whatever that’s worth. There were rumors about Duddy having difficulty making weight, which is strange considering that he seemed more comfortable [...]