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JULIO CESAR CHAVEZ

The Young Grandpa Who Becomes the Assassin from Mexico
Sept. 10, 1998

Born in a slump area in Culiacan, Mexico, young Julio Cesar Chavez
has never dreamed to be one of the richest man in Mexico.
None can argue his fantastic experience in pro. Chavez is really a
god for Mexicans.

In his age today (36) Chavez is considered too old to keep boxing
youngsters like de la Hoya, Quartey and else. He is an inferior to
continue his reputable existence in the boxing world. But public
do not know that he's niw a very-very young grandfather!

In his preparation for the coming fight against de la Hoya (September 18)
, Chavez received a good news from his daughter, Karina.
Karina, 16, is the only Chavez' daughter with his past time girl
friend, before he got married with his divorced wife, Alba Amalia
Carrasco who has given him 3 sons.

This cute grandaughter is named Julia, imitating her grandfather's
first name, Julio. Chavez seems very happy with
this news, and this will certainly add more motivation in the coming
2nd duel with Oscar de la Hoya. "Enjoy the fight, Grandpa!
And bring me the belt" whispers little Julia.

Chavez' important rumbles:

  • 5 Feb 1980, Andres Felix Culiacan, Mexico KO6
    (Career Debut)
  • 13 Sep 1984, Mario Martinez Los Angeles, CA KO8
    (Won WBC Jr. Lightweight Title)
  • 7 Jul 1985, Roger Mayweather Las Vegas, NV KO2
    (Retained WBC Jr. Lightweight Title)
  • 21 Nov 1987, Edwin Rosario Las Vegas, NV KO11
    (Won WBA Lightweight Title)
  • 29 Oct 1988, Jose Luis Ramirez Las Vegas, NV TW11
    (Won WBC Lightweight Title, Retained WBA Lightweight Title)
  • 13 May 1989, Roger Mayweather Inglewood, CA KO10
    (Won WBC Jr. Welterweight Title)
  • 17 Mar 1990, Meldrick Taylor Las Vegas, NV KO12
    (Won IBF/Retained WBC Jr. Welterweight Titles)
  • 12 Sep 1992, Hector Camacho Las Vegas, NV W12
    (Retained WBC Jr. Welterweight Title)
  • 10 Sep 1993, Pernell Whitaker San Antonio, TX D12
    (For WBC Welterweight Title) - the first draw
  • 29 Jan 1994, Frankie Randall Las Vegas, NV L12
    (Lost WBC Jr. Welterweight Title) - the first loss in his career
  • 7 May 1994, Frankie Randall Las Vegas, NV TW8
    (Regained WBC Jr. Welterweight Title)
  • 17 Sep 1994, Meldrick Taylor Las Vegas, NV KO8
    (Retained WBC Jr. Welterweight Title)
  • 16 Sep 1995, David Kamau Las Vegas, NV W12
    (Retained WBC Jr. Welterweight Title)
  • 7 Jun 1996, Oscar de la Hoya Las Vegas, NV KOby4
    (Lost WBC Jr. Welterweight Title)
  • 7 Mar 1998, Miguel Angel Gonzalez, D12
  • 18 Sep 1998, Oscar de la Hoya (2nd), LA,
    Scheduled 12 for de la Hoya's WBC welterweight title
  • Jeff
    Source: GO Magazine

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