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Julio Cesar Chavez Jr vs Bryan Vera II press conference open to the public

Former World Boxing Council (WBC) middleweight champion and Son of the Legend JULIO CÉSAR CHÁVEZ JR., his opponent, Top-Five contender and tough Texan BRYAN VERA,Houston’s former World Lightweight Champion JUAN  DIAZ, Hall of Fame Promoter BOB ARUM, Zanfer Promotions’FERNANDO  BELTRAN, two-time heavyweight champion  GEORGE FOREMAN and ARTHUR PELULLO,President of Banner Promotions, will host a news conference announcing the eagerly-awaited rematch — Chávez Jr. vs. Vera II — This Thursday!  January 16, in the Alamodome (Stadium Floor – South end.)  Doors will open at 1:30 p.m. CT with the news conference beginning at 2:00 p.m. CT.

The press conference will be open to the public.

Julio Cesar Chavez Jr vs Bryan Vera II press conference open to the public

Former World Boxing Council (WBC) middleweight champion and Son of the Legend JULIO CÉSAR CHÁVEZ JR., his opponent, Top-Five contender and tough Texan BRYAN VERA,Houston’s former World Lightweight Champion JUAN  DIAZ, Hall of Fame Promoter BOB ARUM, Zanfer Promotions’FERNANDO  BELTRAN, two-time heavyweight champion  GEORGE FOREMAN and ARTHUR PELULLO,President of Banner Promotions, will host a news conference announcing the eagerly-awaited rematch — Chávez Jr. vs. Vera II — This Thursday!  January 16, in the Alamodome (Stadium Floor – South end.)  Doors will open at 1:30 p.m. CT with the news conference beginning at 2:00 p.m. CT.

The press conference will be open to the public.

Why even in Victory – Julio Cesar Chavez Jr lost Saturday night against Brian Vera

On September 15, 2012, Julio Cesar Chavez Jr had gained the respect of the boxing world that he had been desperately seeking, following his valiant effort in losing to Sergio Martinez. Following his controversial unanimous decision victory over Brian Vera on Saturday night in Carson, California it’s pretty evident that Chavez Jr has lost most, if not all, of the respect that he gained.  And Chavez Jr has no one to blame but himself.

Let’s be clear, it wasn’t just the fight that has soured people so much on him.  In spite of the outrage of boxing fans throughout social media (I personally had Vera winning 96-94 on my personal scorecard), an argument can be made that Chavez Jr defeated Vera. To be honest, what has folks so upset, over last night’s fight, was the width of the scores by the judges of the fight (the fact that judges Gwen Adair and Marty Denkin scored fight in favor of Chavez by an astounding 98-92 and 97-93 was ridiculous). If Chavez had won by close decision, I wouldn’t be so upset with him.  I would sum it up as hey, it was close fight and that could have gone either way and moved on.

Why even in Victory – Julio Cesar Chavez Jr lost Saturday night against Brian Vera

On September 15, 2012, Julio Cesar Chavez Jr had gained the respect of the boxing world that he had been desperately seeking, following his valiant effort in losing to Sergio Martinez. Following his controversial unanimous decision victory over Brian Vera on Saturday night in Carson, California it’s pretty evident that Chavez Jr has lost most, if not all, of the respect that he gained.  And Chavez Jr has no one to blame but himself.

Let’s be clear, it wasn’t just the fight that has soured people so much on him.  In spite of the outrage of boxing fans throughout social media (I personally had Vera winning 96-94 on my personal scorecard), an argument can be made that Chavez Jr defeated Vera. To be honest, what has folks so upset, over last night’s fight, was the width of the scores by the judges of the fight (the fact that judges Gwen Adair and Marty Denkin scored fight in favor of Chavez by an astounding 98-92 and 97-93 was ridiculous). If Chavez had won by close decision, I wouldn’t be so upset with him.  I would sum it up as hey, it was close fight and that could have gone either way and moved on.

Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. vs Brian Vera: We won’t think twice about it, once a few more days come and go

Sunday morning outrage as another questionable boxing decision comes down the pike. Suggestion of incompetence, at best, and mutterings of corruption/political favors run wild among boxing fans perplexed by last nights two lopsided scorecards for Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. turned in by Gwen Adair and Marty Denkin. Someone should be held accountable, this is what’s ruining the sport, I know what I saw, these people are obviously crooked, blah, blah, blah…………all highly understandable, and at the end of the day, or maybe I should say the end of the week, when other bouts come along to occupy the boxing fans attention, it’ll all be forgotten.

Anybody remember the name Benoit Roussel? The average boxing fan’s face lights up and he replies, “Hmmm, it rings a bell, but I can’t seem to recall why”. Back November 28, 2009, boxing fans were in an uproar over Rousell and one his “partners in crime” Alan Davis having Joan Guzman earning a Draw after apparently getting the worst of it against Ali Funeka. I recall for the next week or so, we heard stories about Rousell and questionable dealings, some reporters trying to call him at home and not getting any replies to “ground breaking accusations” about an incident involving his son, I could go back and research the exact details if I really cared to, but for the purposes of this observation, it’s not necessary. My point is that the average boxing fan was willing to storm the castle with lighted torches to tar-and-feather Benoit Roussel.

Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. vs Brian Vera: We won’t think twice about it, once a few more days come and go

Sunday morning outrage as another questionable boxing decision comes down the pike. Suggestion of incompetence, at best, and mutterings of corruption/political favors run wild among boxing fans perplexed by last nights two lopsided scorecards for Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. turned in by Gwen Adair and Marty Denkin. Someone should be held accountable, this is what’s ruining the sport, I know what I saw, these people are obviously crooked, blah, blah, blah…………all highly understandable, and at the end of the day, or maybe I should say the end of the week, when other bouts come along to occupy the boxing fans attention, it’ll all be forgotten.

Anybody remember the name Benoit Roussel? The average boxing fan’s face lights up and he replies, “Hmmm, it rings a bell, but I can’t seem to recall why”. Back November 28, 2009, boxing fans were in an uproar over Rousell and one his “partners in crime” Alan Davis having Joan Guzman earning a Draw after apparently getting the worst of it against Ali Funeka. I recall for the next week or so, we heard stories about Rousell and questionable dealings, some reporters trying to call him at home and not getting any replies to “ground breaking accusations” about an incident involving his son, I could go back and research the exact details if I really cared to, but for the purposes of this observation, it’s not necessary. My point is that the average boxing fan was willing to storm the castle with lighted torches to tar-and-feather Benoit Roussel.

Fight Report: Julio Cesar Chavez Jr vs Brian Vera

The “Son of a Legend” Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. (47-1-1, 32 KO’s) of Culiacan, Sinaloa, Mexico would this Saturday night at Carson, California’s Stubhub Center prevail over Texan Brian Vera (23-7, 14 KO’s) by scores of 98-92, 97-93, and 96-94 after ten rounds of boxing.

Fight Report: Julio Cesar Chavez Jr vs Brian Vera

The “Son of a Legend” Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. (47-1-1, 32 KO’s) of Culiacan, Sinaloa, Mexico would this Saturday night at Carson, California’s Stubhub Center prevail over Texan Brian Vera (23-7, 14 KO’s) by scores of 98-92, 97-93, and 96-94 after ten rounds of boxing.

Video: Chavez Jr. 172.4 – Vera 171.2

In what was one of the most anticipated weigh-ins in a long time, Julio Cesar Chavez weighed in at 172.4 pounds while WBO #1 ranked Middleweight Bryan Vera checked in at 171.2 pounds for Saturday night’s ten round bout at the StunHub Center in Carson, California.

Video: Chavez Jr. 172.4 – Vera 171.2

In what was one of the most anticipated weigh-ins in a long time, Julio Cesar Chavez weighed in at 172.4 pounds while WBO #1 ranked Middleweight Bryan Vera checked in at 171.2 pounds for Saturday night’s ten round bout at the StunHub Center in Carson, California.

Arum: “Wait For The Weight!”

Hall of Fame promoter and Jenny Craig acolyte Bob Arum concluded his remarks at today’s final Julio César Chávez Jr. – Bryan Vera press conference at the Millennium Biltmore hotel with the proclamation, “Wait for the Weight!”

Arum: “Wait For The Weight!”

Hall of Fame promoter and Jenny Craig acolyte Bob Arum concluded his remarks at today’s final Julio César Chávez Jr. – Bryan Vera press conference at the Millennium Biltmore hotel with the proclamation, “Wait for the Weight!”

Julio César Chávez Jr. & Bob Arum Press Conference Quotes

Former World Boxing Council (WBC) middleweight champion and Son of the Legend JULIO CÉSAR CHÁVEZ JR., (46-1-1, 32 KOs), of Culiacán, México, makes his 2013 debut in his first fight in the Los Angeles area in over two years.  He will go mano a mano against No. 1 contender BRYAN VERA 23-6, 14 KOs), of Austin, TX, who is riding a 16-month, four-bout winning streak, This Saturday! September 28, under the stars, at StubHub Center in Carson, Calif.  Chávez vs. Vera will be televised live on HBO World Championship Boxing®, beginning at 10:15 p.m. ET/PT.

Julio César Chávez Jr. & Bob Arum Press Conference Quotes

Former World Boxing Council (WBC) middleweight champion and Son of the Legend JULIO CÉSAR CHÁVEZ JR., (46-1-1, 32 KOs), of Culiacán, México, makes his 2013 debut in his first fight in the Los Angeles area in over two years.  He will go mano a mano against No. 1 contender BRYAN VERA 23-6, 14 KOs), of Austin, TX, who is riding a 16-month, four-bout winning streak, This Saturday! September 28, under the stars, at StubHub Center in Carson, Calif.  Chávez vs. Vera will be televised live on HBO World Championship Boxing®, beginning at 10:15 p.m. ET/PT.

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