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PigMan

Hell no, he is being smart!!!

Posted September 12, 2012 6:43 pm 


TARK

Martinez-Chavez doesn’t look good on paper… On paper it looks like Martinez will beat the living life out of Chavez… Maybe you saw Chavez-Zbik or whatever his name was.

Posted September 12, 2012 4:19 pm 


Pains

Damn right Sergio has so much to lose than Jr. But he is wrong thinking that Chavez will regret fighting him. He is the one who will regret fighting Chavez. Cause he will lose to the young gun.

Posted September 12, 2012 3:16 pm 


BOXING DON

YEAH, this IS arather STUPID question. What, he’s supposed to NOT train hard and quit like a little female dog the way Dawson did?

Posted September 12, 2012 1:11 pm 


The writier should be shot for suggesting anybody takes a fight too seriously

Posted September 12, 2012 10:49 am 


Neil (pomy)

It is impossible to take a fight “too seriously”.

Posted September 12, 2012 10:09 am 


SREDMOND

We have seen Martinez have to go into another gear in order to close things out against Macklin and Barker…. Good news is that he has shown that fire even late in the bout, other news is that he was kind of forced to step it up against that caliber of opponent…I don’t believe that Jr is slacking the way they are trying to portray on 24/7 it would be counter to good strategy letting the public know that…Chavez is likely going to be VERY ready physically fight night as Sergio is the fastest and most mobile opponent he will have faced in his career….This fight looks really good on paper!

Posted September 12, 2012 8:37 am 


SREDMOND

Martinez is a tough fighter who is not scared to lay it out there, Chavez is proving to be better than many thought and he has not wilted during tough battles… There is ALOT of Latin pride in the mix so it should be a really good battle all the way around… Gotta lean towards Martinez more for speed than power but Jr is a very LIVE underdog.

Posted September 12, 2012 8:31 am 


Sean

When youj post on a site regarding an post thats been published its warrants opinions your fuctard

Posted September 12, 2012 7:40 am 


me

dude hate dude Chavez is coming in on weight sergios going down

Posted September 12, 2012 6:57 am 


eikcorb

This is a tough call…. The only way Martinez gets a win is if He totally dominates Chavez or by way of KO…. As I don’t think He stands a chance of a decision otherwise (Not if Arum has anything to do with it)…. Chavez on the other hand won’t have to work so hard for the decision…. I hope it’s a good tear up as it has potential to be and gets taken out of the judges hands with a KO…. Preferably Chavez on the receiving end….

Posted September 12, 2012 5:59 am 


Curtley

Te Tumbo you are correct Chavez has to beat Martinez as @ 168lb he stands no chance vs Froch, Kessler and Bute let alone Ward. However I feel that vs Cloud, Pascal, Dawson and Cleverly he would also be a massive underdog as he is in my eyes a good fighter but thrives on his size advantage and is not really top level talent. I feel that Sergio although much smaller will be too good but hope whatever happens its not too one sided, then would love to see the winner face Golovkin but he offers such a risk ton reward ratio that it is unlikely.

Posted September 12, 2012 5:52 am 


JayDubb

Right! Chavez’s dad is in better condition than him! He’s lazy , dumb,fat, un coordinated , no footwork , no combo’s hahahahahaha this fa88ot CAN’t win! VIVA MARTINEZ!

Posted September 12, 2012 2:20 am 


JayDubb

What a dumb writer!! Chavez is the slacker, this dude is a bum! 46 tune up fights!! Loser I cant wait til Martinez KO’s this clown so all you DUMMIES can quit jangling Chavez Jr’s Loser balls! I love Mexico but come Saturday Im taking all the bet money from any mexican that blindly follows this clown! Chavez Sr -UP, Chavez Jr. -DOWN!

Posted September 12, 2012 2:18 am 


StudentOfTheGame

You can never be too serious for a fight what a dumb remark.I’d rather be over-prepared than under-prepared like jr.

Posted September 12, 2012 1:30 am 


UJelly?

I’d add to that and say that Chavez hasn’t really proven to be a particularly hard puncher at the top level (definitely nowhere near the KO power that Pavlik has in his fists). He stopped Andy Lee more on attrition rather than power punching. The Manfredo stoppage was as premature as me with a pornstar. I didn’t see the LeHoullier one, but being in the first round I’d say it must’ve been a legit power stoppage.
He only has 3 stoppages in his last 10 which doesn’t suggest he’s capable of seriously hurting Martinez… wearing out, perhaps, but not ‘hurting’.

But I do agree with Tumbo that Martinez is somewhat overrated. He’s one of the top fighters, no doubt. But I wouldn’t have him #3 (or even top 5… definitely top 10 though) if I had to make a P4P list.

Posted September 12, 2012 1:12 am 


srminimo

Tumbo- if any Martinez foe compares to Chavez it’s probably Pavlik in terms of size, speed and style. Chavez might be a better body puncher than Pavlik, but Pavlik is a better puncher, throws straighter punches, also has a great chin, and probably better defense than Chavez (or craftier defense). The cuts did bother Pavlik in that fight, but also Marinez made a big adjustment, which was to start throwing combos, and that really froze Kelly. Chavez is going to land his shots, but if he takes three every time he lands one, it’s going to be a long night for him, because Martinez has proven he can take a punch and he’s not a guy with a history of breaking down easy.

Posted September 12, 2012 12:59 am 


The Mad Scientist

Chavez Jr is getting 3mil for this fight compare to Sergio’s 1.4mil, goes to show that in boxing skills don’t always pays the bills..most time times skills may earn you a W but not a fanbase or the right to demand big money..boxing is not like other sport were the best gets paid the most with the exception of Pacquiao/Mayweather who are on their way out..

Posted September 12, 2012 12:45 am 


te tumbo

Yep. only a win or at least a rematch-worthy performance warrants Jr. hanging around at 160lbs any longer. the best competition he presumably craves is up at 168lbs. IMO, 175lbs is too big for him but it would be the only way to avoid the meat-grinding comp at 168lbs. his actual performance this Saturday will tell the story. i may just be allowing myself to be unduly influenced by the chatter regarding Jr’s. troubles making weight. otherwise, nobody goes 12-rounds of give-and-take action in a weakened state. NObody. if Jr. does that, he may have some unfinished business at 160lbs.

Posted September 11, 2012 11:37 pm 


UJelly?

Erm, Martinez is the champion if either are. He has the “diamond” belt and the only reason Chavez has a WBC belt is because the WBC and HBO pulled a shifty on Martinez with the whole Zbik issue.
But yes, Chavez probably deserves the money based on him having a bigger fan base… but only if that fan-base translates to him bringing more money (i.e. you’d have to compare past fight revenue of both fighters to get an idea on that).

Posted September 11, 2012 11:35 pm 


sal.o

Of course Chavez is getting more money then martinez Chavez is the super star in the making,,, martinez does not sell tickets to his fights ,Martinez is very good at what he does but he has no fan base,Martinez should thank Chavez and Arum for making this fight happen instead of being BITTER!!!! besides its fair pay to each one Chavez is the champion and has the fan base Martinez is the challenger with no fan base..

Posted September 11, 2012 11:26 pm 


te tumbo

“Bye bye Chavez Jr!” Hello Chavez II.

Posted September 11, 2012 11:19 pm 


the chad

Did I ask for your opinion midget

Posted September 11, 2012 11:11 pm 


Bye bye

Bye bye Chavez Jr !

Posted September 11, 2012 10:23 pm 


The Mad Scientist

Tumbo I have to agree with you on if Junior gets demolished by Sergio Martinez they’ll be nothing left for him to do at middleweight and its off to the 168lbs meat grinder..Lol!

Posted September 11, 2012 10:09 pm 


JUn

If chavez wont be able to get inside in the moving Maravilla. The plan b is to used hes reach too keep Maravila at bay. He should be tight in his defense, and avoid in too much bending hes head low, coz its dangerous when maravilla throws an uppercut. Chavez is bending hes head low in Zbik fight, but its dangerous in Maravilla fight, as Marvilla throws different punches in bunches. Sometimes, you ll never know it’s coming, just like pacman. But I beleive Chavez is much more composed because hes young, I think hes ready for Maravilla punches in bunches. Coz they know that maravilla throws and throw punch, but the problem here is Maravilla might end up tired in the later rounds. This is the fight of the year.

Posted September 11, 2012 9:55 pm 


Robbo

i wouldn’t think it is possible to be too serious. It’s not basketball, one loss can end your career and ruin your life.

Posted September 11, 2012 9:50 pm 


Its Me, Ernie

We’ll see on Saturday sad chad.

Posted September 11, 2012 9:50 pm 


Its Me, Ernie

Of course Sergio is taking it seriously, it’s a serious game. Do you actually he would party and chase whores leading up to the bout?

Posted September 11, 2012 9:49 pm 


JUn

Ward will kill Martinez and Chavez, but Chalzage will put in clinic agaianst Ward.

Posted September 11, 2012 9:45 pm 


JUn

Beeter watch Macklin vs Maravilla. Maravilla eats a lot of punches in that fight. I guess Chavez is much great in the last outings.

Posted September 11, 2012 9:44 pm 


srminimo

Agree on all counts.

Posted September 11, 2012 9:43 pm 


JUn

Yeah,, Your right I watched Maravilla ang fights and he was hit too, he beatbale. Kelly pavlik knock him out, before he blooded Pavlik face. In recent outings, I guess Chavez has more convincing and better wins. Maravilla has eaten many punches too in hes recent fight against the european challnger. I guess if he do that kind of fighyt against chavez, that he fight toe to toe, Chavez will tear him down. Chavez strategy here is to be closed, and not giving Maravilla space to move and throw combination. Margarito did it by presuure and not giving any space to move. Macklin vs Marvila, exposed on how to beat Maravilla. Hes eating too many punches in that fight and there is time that hes outbalance and seems been down in that fight, but he back to his composure. I beleive hes beatbable. He s no Mayweather, Maywether is much better in fights. I will just give credit Maravilla in Pavlik fight and paul williams. But there is some issues in Pavlik when the fight happened. Paul williams is just a name. Margarito is just too short in paul williams fight, So, Paul williams for me is good but not good. Chavez will stop Cintron in 9 rounds. Chavez in the late rounds. Maravilla is taking this seriously, trust me. Chavez is no JOKE!

Posted September 11, 2012 9:42 pm 


srminimo

Why so serious? Because he’s a professional. Martinez certainly has a chip on his shoulders for this fight, but I don’t think he’s training differently than in the past. He’s always had incredible conditioning, and that doesn’t just happen.

Posted September 11, 2012 9:42 pm 


varnish

Chavez looked very slow and amateurish in the 24/7. Martinez by devastating ko.

Posted September 11, 2012 9:38 pm 


JUn

Yeah,, Your right I watched Maravilla ang fights and he was hit too, he beatbale. Kelly pavlik knock him out, before he blooded Pavlik face. In recent outings, I guess Chavez has more convincing and better wins. Maravilla has eaten many punches too in hes recent fight against the european challnger. I guess if he do that kind of fighyt against chavez, that he fight toe to toe, Chavez will tear him down. Chavez strategy here is to be closed, and not giving Maravilla space to move and throw combination. Margarito did it by presuure and not giving any space to move.

Posted September 11, 2012 9:36 pm 


the chad

I think even andy lee and Marco Antonio Rubio can whoop Martinez Martinez to overrated just cause he ko’d Williams u guys think he’s a God couldn’t stop a bum named cintron seriously cintron lost to Williams beat a drug addict drained pavlik barker and Macklin were exposing Martinez it’s gonna be Martinez margarito all over again Martinez is old he’s done he fights with his hands down a lot Chavez will take advantage of that Chavez by UD or late rd stoppage cause there’s no way Chavez is going down you can hit Chavez with a sledgehammer and he still won’t go down.

Posted September 11, 2012 9:34 pm 


The Boxing Guru

the photos im reffering to are the vegas arrivals

Posted September 11, 2012 8:43 pm 


The Boxing Guru

After looking a bit heavy in the 24/7 show Chavez looks in shape in these photos. Who knows when the 24/7 footage was actually shot. You can tell just by looking at his face and neck where his weight is. Chavez is looking in shape and confident. Martinez is looking very determined as well. I expect this bout to be the fight of the year, with Chavez walking through a fire of punches to wear down Martinez late to pull out a close but convincing decision. Martinez probably will win four out of the first six rounds, but after that it will be all Chavez in the home stretch. Chavez chin, will, and body punching will drain Martinez. I don’t even think Martinez has a punchers chance. Paul Williams does not have the chin of Julio Cesar Chavez jr. While Martinez will look good early, I doubt he will in rounds 10-12 where we will be likely to be absolutely beaten up, and perhaps stopped. I like Chavez by an 8-4 or 7-5 type decision. He will likely win some of the late rounds by 2 point margins, even without knockdowns. Knockdowns could be a possibility though. Although Chavez isn’t a one punch knockout artist, he will beat you down over time. He was trying to play it off like he wasn’t taking this fight seriously, but after seeing the condition he is in, he was training like a madman.

Posted September 11, 2012 8:42 pm 


te tumbo

. . . and Chavez Jr. is not Williams or Pavlik or Cintron. it’s very possible that Both Martinez and Jr. are facing the toughest competition they’ve ever faced in each other.

Posted September 11, 2012 8:42 pm 


te tumbo

if Jr. is demolished by Martinez, then there is nothing more to do besides feed him to the 168lb meat grinder. i have 0 interest in having Jr. linger at 160lbs and never mind any catchweight below 160lbs just to face Canelo. win/loss columns don’t tell the whole story and undefeated anything can be deceptive.

Posted September 11, 2012 8:40 pm 


HHLondon

FFS!

Martinez is not Andy Lee

Stop talking crap!

Posted September 11, 2012 8:17 pm 


HHLondon

Why is ESB deleting posts?

Unreal considering they lost 75% + traffic!

Posted September 11, 2012 8:16 pm 


Sergio

He may as well be. Junior does posses a very impressive chin. He can take a lot of punishment, as we have seen in his 2 or 3 previous fights. The question to me is whether Chavez will find a way to unleash his body work on Martinez with sufficient consistency to slow Sergio down. If Chavez cannot do that Martinez will control the rhythm and the distance of the exchanges and will cruise to a wide UD or late stoppage. However, if Junior manages to hit Sergio’s liver early in the fight (big IF) he may have a chance to win this thing.

Posted September 11, 2012 8:12 pm 


I_AM_ZT

Everything you said is absolutely true. (what a shame). The thing is though is that “mega fight” between JCC JR and Canelo can happen even with either one of them having an imperfect record. I (along with the rest of the country) would still buy Canelo Vs. Julio fight even if JCC Jr has a 1 next to the Loss column.

Posted September 11, 2012 8:05 pm 


Sergio

I disagree, Chavez only hope is to get inside Mtz defense early and score his big left hook to the body hoping that SM will fade in the later rounds. If Chavez stays in the outside it will be an easy fight for Martinez to control, his footwork is superior, his hands are faster, and his arms are longer than Junior;s

Posted September 11, 2012 8:05 pm 


te tumbo

“To Chavez Jr’s credit his 7 day weigh-in had him weighing the same 167lbs as Sergio Martinez weighed in at” (lol). so much for all the visual reports of Jr. looking like he still weights 180lbs. face it: Jr’s. has got under the skin and in the heads of a lot of Sergio fans. even Martinez seems to be overcompensating with amateurish posturing and belligerence towards Jr. to no discernable effect. this is a Show & Prove NOT a Show & Tell. accordingly, i’m not surprised that Martinez is taking Jr. serious.

Posted September 11, 2012 8:02 pm 


I_AM_ZT

Oh…i’m sorry. I thought you were calling Martinez a bum. JCC Jr is a bum a rich spoiled bum

Posted September 11, 2012 8:02 pm 


I_AM_ZT

Bum??? you’re stupid

Posted September 11, 2012 8:01 pm 


largo

with the kind of combinations that Chavez showed he’s capable of unleashing against Lee, Martinez better take this very seriously…

Posted September 11, 2012 8:00 pm 


te tumbo

Co-Sign. the pattern of insecurity and resentment of Jr’s. potential success has now reached “popular-majority” proportions and i NEVER trust the majority. accordingly, i will now go on record to predict a KO win for Chavez Jr. Martinez will wilt and fold once he realizes his 154lb caps are no remedy for Jr’s. legendary chin, based on heritage and actual ring-performances. MAD SCI, we may very well have this entire website to ourselves come Sunday morning. along with a couple of ESB’s notorious and bitter multiposters.

Posted September 11, 2012 7:56 pm 


I_AM_ZT

EXACTLY…If boxing history tells us anything ( kirland/molina, judah/mattyse, Pacquiao/Bradley) is that this sport has its shameful moments.

Posted September 11, 2012 7:52 pm 


Koolz

Martinez should be able to knock Chavez Jr out!

I saw Chavez last fight it wasn’t to convincing.

Then I would like to see Martinez get his butt wooped by Golovkin the hardest hitter!

Posted September 11, 2012 7:50 pm 


Realtalk

And man handle that bum jr

Posted September 11, 2012 7:30 pm 


Realtalk

Ward would kill Martinez

Posted September 11, 2012 7:29 pm 


te tumbo

Martinez is elusive but not untouchable. Williams, Pavlik, and even Cintron scored plenty. i anticipate that Jr. will experience at least the same success once he finds his range and Martinez’s punches don’t have the KO-effect he seems to guarantee. if Martinez and his fans had their way, Martinez would be the second coming of Ray Robinson(?!) but i don’t see it. he’s a skilled and talented champion who Jr. has a legitimate shot at dethroning. Sergio should definitely be taking Jr. “seriously”.

Posted September 11, 2012 7:24 pm 


Tomo

When Martinez gets his belt back he should drop it in the dust bin live on HBO PPV. Show that idiot suiliman what real fighters think of his paper strap.
WBC are considering stripping Andre ward of his belt……..no coincidence that this has come about around the same time that Chavez Jnr has announced ‘win lose or draw, I’m moving up’

Posted September 11, 2012 7:22 pm 


Papo

I think Martinez is training hard because if he doesn’t then Chavez may walk all over him. There’s nothing wrong with working hard for a fight, especially for a championship bout…that should be expected. There’s a danger in over-training though, but that’s one reason fighters hire trainers, to ensure a fighter is in his best shape possible without over or under training.

I don’t think Chavez is putting on an act. My impression of him is that he’s young, rich and would rather be partying than training. So far he has shown the ability to over-power his opponents, primarily due to his size. Sergio is not a big middleweight, so perhaps Chavez believes he can over-power him as well…and he may.

I believe Chavez will be a difficult opponent for Sergio, again, due to his size, but also his youth. Chavez could fight from the outside or go inside and mix it up with Sergio, while Sergio only strategy would be to get inside. On the other hand, Chavez has not faced anyone with the punching power of Sergio, so if Sergio can gain Chavez’ respect early, Sergio will win the fight.

I’ll take Sergio by KO, but it can go either way.

Posted September 11, 2012 6:48 pm 


Jake Lead Rights

i don’t understand hwo anyone can take a fight too seriously. I can understand over trained but not too seriously. One can over train and maybe that’s what the writer ment.

Posted September 11, 2012 6:38 pm 


Titopa

I agree! I didn’t take the “not training like he should” portion of 24/7 too serious….it’s a promotional serious after all. Remember all the crap about Pacquiao and his “distractions” on 24/7? the average fan would’ve been telling their friends “I don’t know, Pacquiao has a lot of distractions, he might lose”….but we (die hard fans) already knew that it not only was “routine” for Pacquaio to be surrounded by distractions, but also that it NEVER made a difference, he was ALWAYS ready to fight. Same here, Chavez WILL be ready!

Posted September 11, 2012 6:24 pm 


The Mad Scientist

To many insecure people on this site with their conspiracy theories and prefabricated excuses, how lame..its just a sport, you win some you lose some but the show goes on..whatta bunch of sore losers some of you babies are..Lol!

Posted September 11, 2012 6:22 pm 


The Mad Scientist

Wow!, so much hatred for Chavez Jr..seems like most fans want to see Jr take a brutal beating, get KTFO or watch him quit on his stool..Lol! I just don’t see none of the above happening, win or lose Julio will not fold in this fight grinding it out until the end..Martinez is recognized as the best middleweight and top 5 P4P today wich he wasn’t when he faced Pavlik and Williams for the fist time so Junior knows the stakes and what he stands to gain with a win..don’t believe the hype on 24/7, Chavez will be prepared and ready to walk through fire come Sept. 15th,,watch!

Posted September 11, 2012 6:04 pm 


Titopa

This is also the first time Martinez (and Chavez) has been involved in a fight of this magnitude (promotion wise), I mean, when have we ever taken a look inside his training camp and preparation? (24/7). So, I think we’re given the chance to really see how he’s like, maybe he’s like this all the time but isn’t given the chance to show it? We don’t know for sure. But I understand what you mean about “too serious”.

Posted September 11, 2012 6:02 pm 


Titopa

Understood! He does seem uncharacteristically “serious”, but I (personally) don’t think he’s “too serious”. I’m far more afraid of him being “too eager” to stop Chavez, because he’s made it clear that he feels he cannot/will not win a decision.

Posted September 11, 2012 6:00 pm 


Shlomo

Martinez over-training? Not likely. The calculus here isn’t complicated. Chavez cannot handle the movement/footwork or Martinez.

Posted September 11, 2012 5:54 pm 


Anonymous

I think we’re all missin the concerning topic here! No way do they weight the same 7 days b4 fight night! Chavez Is juiced on peds! Has all the officials on his size, better purse! Small ring!etc!etc! I want Martinez to win but I have a bad feelin he’ll lose the fight rather than Chavez winnin it! Please prove me wrong! From England,up the Martinez!

Posted September 11, 2012 5:31 pm 


Da UnKnown Comic

AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!

Posted September 11, 2012 5:30 pm 


Da UnKnown Comic

“To Chavez Jr’s credit his 7 day weigh-in had him weighing the same 167lbs as Sergio Martinez weighed in at. For a much bigger, heavier man that says that Chavez Jr IS preparing but playing mind games with us all.”

You obviously need to check his drug history and suspension and fact that he’s skipped pre and post fight fight urinalysis. He’s dirty and he knows what drugs to use to take the weight off. He got caught once. I think he’s gonna get popped again soon.

Posted September 11, 2012 5:29 pm 


SimSimma

The golden rule of Eastsideboxing articles…. If the title ends in a question mark, it’s probably best skipped.

Posted September 11, 2012 5:20 pm 


pugfan

i had been picking Chavez jr. to win this bout right along,however i have changed my mind. i like Martinez to win unless he gets old over night.i see no signs of that happening based on Sergio’s most recent bouts.Sergio looks like he is in better shape then Julio.of course Martinez could still be robbed on the scorecards,which i would hate to see.i am not sure of a decision or tko,but i like Sergio.Chavez will find Sergio to be much more elusive then someone like Lee or Duddy.

Posted September 11, 2012 4:58 pm 


TARK

They may fight soon… That will decide who’s better.

Posted September 11, 2012 4:34 pm 


philly shell

I’d put Ward above Martinez on a P4P list…

Posted September 11, 2012 4:17 pm 


TARK

You can’t take a fight of this magnitude too seriously… If you lose a fight like this it’s millions of dollars out of your pocket—and Sergio has lots of things to worry him.. Two of them are the judges.. One of them is referee Tony Weeks.. One of them is the guy wrapping Chavez’s hands.. Two of them are the handwraps applied to Chavez’s hands. Two of them are the gloves Chavez will use.. One of them is whatever happens between rounds in Chavez’s corner.. One of them is any adverse ruling the boxing commission will make regarding the outcome of the fight.. Martinez needs to be very concerned right up through the time they raise his hand in victory and for the next 2 months afterwards, praying that the commission doesn’t come up with some way to reverse the decision.. Actually, until his next fight after Chavez he needs to be concerned. You know, with Chavez’s dad, you didn’t know for sure if you won until some weeks after the fight.

Posted September 11, 2012 4:02 pm 


rjack58

Yesterday’s article was really a refernce as to whether Chavez Jr is taking this fight seriously enough!! Today’s contrasting article explored Martinez seriousness and intenstiy and why towards the fight.

Posted September 11, 2012 3:52 pm 


rjack58

Titopa what’s up? When I say too seriously I’m referring to Martinez intensity and eagerness towards Chavez Jr. Will he be too serious to be effective?? Maybe, won’t find out until Saturday. But pointing out why he’s so serious was the point of the article!

Posted September 11, 2012 3:50 pm 


Bill Greene

Is he taking the fight too seriously??? That there folks proves the “there’s no such thing as a stupid question” quote wrong.

Posted September 11, 2012 3:49 pm 


prof konje

How could anyone train too seriously? Often the problem is not taking training serious enough! I hope that Martinez gives Chavez the beating that he deserves. Stripping a boxer of his earned title outside of the ring is criminal and it’s all about making money with “sanctioning fees” with the newly crowned “champ.” If the fight goes the distance and Martinez clearly wins, I fully expect him to get screwed.

Posted September 11, 2012 3:49 pm 


Titopa

“too seriously”? What does that even mean? Is the writer suggesting that Martinez should NOT be taking it “serious”? I believe that Martinez might get too “eager” to knock Chavez out…that’s something that can totally happen, especially the way that Martinez has been talking. But as far as “too serious”, I don’t think so, “too eager”? Possibly!

Posted September 11, 2012 3:46 pm 


Gannicus

Damn, Chavez is getting 3 million while Martinez is gettin 1.4 million-yup I’d say the money is on Chavez Jr’s side

Posted September 11, 2012 3:40 pm 


Jiggyjoe

Humpty dumpty time

Posted September 11, 2012 3:39 pm 



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