Posted on: November 27, 2020 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

the former WBC middleweight world champion Julio César Chávez Jr, and Ecuadorian fighter Jeyson Minda, had no considerations on the size on Thursday – as they made weight for their ten round, mild heavyweight bout taking vicinity on Friday, November 27 in Culiacán.


The experience is scheduled to beginning at 8PM at the “Juan S. Millán” activities core in the Revolución Par in Culiacan, which might be open with limited access to 450 americans, including fanatics, contributors of the Boxing and Wrestling fee of Culiacán, medical doctors and the click.


all the fights this Friday can be broadcast through, on pay-per-view.

At the reliable weigh-in ceremony that took region in a cafe within the capital of Sinaloa, each Chávez and Minda came in at 174.eight-pounds.

The 27-12 months-historical Minda, at the start from Quito, Ecuador, has a record of 14 victories (eight of them via knockout), one draw and two losses.

In his most fresh battle in Mérida, Minda misplaced by means of knockout to Tyrone Spong ultimate December.

For his part, Chávez, 34, has a checklist of 51 gained together with 33 knockouts, in trade for 5 losses and a draw.

Chavez is trying to snap a two-combat dropping streak, with defeats coming at the hands of Mario Cazares and Daniel Jacobs.

“Chavez is at all times a media category, we are two gentlemen who are seeking the same thing, he wants to vindicate himself here together with his people, along with his household, together with his remaining name, nonetheless it should not effortless for him,” Minda observed.

“it’s a superb probability it truly is being given to us, I suppose that by means of winning this combat, respectable issues are coming for me, for my family, for my nation more than anything else, which is going through a difficult situation, but I want to bring joy to my nation too.

“I believe that Chávez goes to are attempting to knock me out from the first round, however with my crew we have already planned an assault method and whatever he is going to do, we are going to do better.”