Previous WBC middleweight champ Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. (52-6-1, 34 KOs) has no objective of retiring in the future.
Chavez, 35-years-old, has actually shed 4 of his last 6 ring getaways.
Yet last month’s loss, a choice loss to 46-year-old Mixed Martial Arts tale Anderson Silva, that was available in with a 1-1 boxing document, attracted telephone calls of retired life from numerous fight followers.
Also Chavez’s daddy, the famous Julio Cesar Chavez Sr, confessed that he prefer to see his kid relinquish the sporting activity than experience added beats from not educating appropriately.
“I’m not discouraged, I’m not going to do it. Until I decide not to box anymore, until that day comes, I’m not going to retire,” Chavez Jr. informed Fino Boxing.
On top of that, Chavez Jr. revealed his wish to get to 100 battles in his specialist occupation.
His famous daddy, a 3 department globe champ, has 115 battles in his professional occupation. He dealt with as a pro from 1981 to 2005.
Chavez Jr. confesses would certainly be really hard to get to a three-way figure fight number.
He would certainly need to tip up his task degree by a substantial margin. Given that 2016, Chavez Jr. has actually just dealt with 7 times.
“I want to reach 100 fights, it will be difficult, I would have to fight several times [a year], even for free. Today, it is very difficult to reach 100 fights, but I don’t doubt it [can be done].”
Chavez Jr. likewise described that he had not been 100% for the fight with Silva.
He discusses that he was just 40% because of ailment and also still really felt the competition needs to have been racked up a draw.