Julio Cesar Chavez Jr vs Evert Bravo: Live Stream, event date & Time
The normal rebound battle of previous title holder Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. presently has an area, a date, adversary and scene.
After over two years of nonappearance, the child of the legend, Chávez Jr. (50-3-1, 32 KO’s) will confront Colombian veteran Evert Bravo (25-10-1, 19 KO’s) on Saturday, August 10.
The card will be broadcast by Azteca 7, and advanced by Zanfer Promotions.
The challenge will be based at the Premier Diamond Salon in San Juan de los Lagos, Jalisco. The site understanding was come to on Thursday, on account of the endeavors of the chief of Mega Events, Héctor Garcia and the Government of Jalisco.
Julio Cesar Chavez Jr vs Evert Bravo
- Date: Saturday, August 10, 2019 Source
- Venue: San Juan de los Lagos, Mexico Source
Chavez Jr. will battle just because since May 2017, when he lost a twelve round consistent choice to Saul “Canelo” Alvarez, at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
Presently at what he feels is his characteristic weight, super middleweight, and with another corner, Chavez feels certain of having the option to catch a different universe title. Chavez Jr. is preparing with experienced mentor Romulo Quirarte in Tijuana.
Chavez Jr. was the main Mexican to turn into a world middleweight champion, when in June 2011 he crushed Sebastian Zbik for the WBC title. By achieving this, Chavez Jr. what’s more, his dad turned into the subsequent Mexican dad child team to end up title holders, after Guty Espada and Guty Espada Jr.
It will be the first occasion when that Chávez Jr. battles in the Mexican territory of Jalisco.
His adversary, Bravo (25-10-1, 19 KO’s), is a warrior with extraordinary experience and global experience. He’s 34 years of age, and has gone through around 15 years as an expert fighter. The Colombian veteran piles up in size to Julio Jr. what’s more, in his latest battle he, thumped out Luis Gonzalez in four rounds.
All through his vocation he’s battled in a few nations and confronted rivals, for example, Sean Monaghan, Junior Younan and Alfredo Angulo. In his lone battle in Mexico, he was thumped out by Roamer Alexis Angulo.