In Bolavip we enter into the debate over who is the greatest boxer in Mexican history: Canelo Alvarez or Julio Cesar Chavez.
and you know, Mexico It is a land that has given birth to the great world champions throughout its history of boxing. However, few have earned through sports and popularity as Julio Cesar Chavez And Saul Canelo Alvarez They have racked up great victories against formidable opponents throughout their career.
Despite this, this comparison divided the sport of fist at the national level as it is considered by many to be a sport Boxing Caesar Like great in the history of Mexico. Epic is the word that defines a man born in Obregón the most because he was able to do the impossible and always put on a show without guessing the cards, but in search of a knockout as it happened with Meldrick Taylor On the last ring.
On the other hand, there are those who raise the flag Saul AlvarezEspecially after receiving the blessing Julio Cesar Chavez farewell in Tijuana. On the other hand, in every fight, Tapatío pointed out that he’s not the typical Mexican to go and if faja, but he thinks about every move, explaining that inside the ring you can do something else and simplify what seems difficult. His only thorn is certain Floyd Mayweather Jr.but after Money I’ve swept all kinds of boxers.
The Great Achievements of Julio Cesar Chavez
Something you can mark as your own Boxing Caesar, which would be difficult to face, that his first defeat came after he remained undefeated 90 battles. In turn, he was the world champion in super feather, super light and super light. In addition, men faced Pernell Whitaker, Oscar De La Hoya, Mildrick Taylor, Roger Mayweather, Hector Camacho and Edwin Rosario.
Canelo Alvarez’s Great Achievements
unlike Caesar, The Tapatio Reached his first defeat with Floyd Mayweather Jr. After being unbeaten in 43 fights. After that fight, he swept every opponent he faced to be crowned world champions in super, medium, super heavy, and medium heavyweight after facing Irislandi Lara, Miguel Cotto, Gennady Golovkin and Sergey Kovalev.