Julio Cesar Chavez Junior, good fight, scoring is not always what we want in Boxing

Winning a middleweight belt with a majority decision June 4 against Sebastian Zbik in Los Angeles, Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. can take a punch, and is pulling out wins through an innate toughness. Watching him as the son of a legend, we can admit he loves boxing and he knows his sport, and what he has is a great name and a crowd-pleasing style. His trainer, Freddie Roach says Chavez is picking up things easier now, and while he “still wants to be his father,” he is not his father, but Roach believes he is good enough to win a world title. He’s a tall brawler, and still working on his footwork. claimed a middleweight belt with a majority decision June 4 against Sebastian Zbik in Los Angeles. HBO is considering his first defense