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Sergio’s old, it’s time for a new young strong fighter like Jr to take over. Jr is the future of MW boxing, he will beat Sergio up bad right b4 the fight is stopped. Sergio had his time-he’s up there in age-uses up alot of energy when he’s fighting with all that dancing around crap he does and when he gets tired Jr will turn his lights out for him and there will be no rematch and even though Sergio gets beat up and stopped you haters will say Jr is ducking him lol.

Posted August 22, 2012 3:35 pm 


Chavez wins this one..he’ll wear Martinez down in the later rounds and eventually knock him him or hate him(Chavez)..he’s becoming a BEAST

Posted August 21, 2012 5:07 pm 


He won’t be a “superstar” when Sergio beats him (long time waiting for this fight). He will be a “contender” which is what he always was- a solid contender who was handed a belt opportunity when Sergio was stripped to fight the guy Sergio was stripped for not being able to fight.

Only if the doubtful happens- beating Sergio would Jr. be on that “solid champ” status. Plus it’s not like he would travel to Europe to take on another beltholder anyway, like Sturm for example so this is the one test to show us what Chavez REALLY is. Also the assumption here is that he isn’t taking diuretics, various PEDS, or coming in overweight and bulking up 15-18 pounds after the weigh in.

Posted August 21, 2012 1:10 pm 

Slim Whitman

Where’s Sergio’s 2 days?? What’s cooking here?

Posted August 21, 2012 11:52 am 

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