Despite being an exhibition battle and paying tribute to his father, Puerto Rican boxer Héctor Camacho Jr. stated that he had taken the June 19 attack on Mexican Giulio Cesar very seriously. The lawsuit of Julio César Chávez, and the dream actually represents the individual.
Camacho (Macho) Camacho (Chocho)’s son commented on the phone in California that he has been eager to fight Chavez (JC Chavez), especially since he defeated his father in 1992.
At the same time, Camacho Jr. expressed his wish to go to El Paso for this battle, because he fought two battles on the border and considered a fan of El Paso Know boxing very well.
Camacho Jr said: “This fight is a dream come true. It is a fight I haven’t sought for many years. Then, I tried to fight Julio César Chávez Jr., but It didn’t happen either. It wasn’t impossible with Omar Chávez at the time, but he kept trying to do something and finally held this exhibition, but to me, it’s personal.”
The Puerto Rican boxer who has not participated in the competition since May 18, 2019 said that he was happy with the opportunity of this fight. He said that he loves Giulio Cesar Chavez very much and thinks that he has history. One of the best boxers of all time, “but personally, he defeated my father”.
The 42-year-old Camacho recalled that in the early 90s, Julio was in his heyday like his father, but Macho fought for a long time and his father The failure suffered a lot.
“In this failure, I suffered a lot, and in the failure of my father, Puerto Rico also suffered a lot.”
-Is the age difference good for you?
“Julio has seen everything, I think he has no advantage over the years. Julio has been very active, I am 42 years old, he is 58 years old, but Chávez has always been in the gym, he is very active, sparring, he has been in the game .”
-What opportunity do they have to come to El Paso to bring this lawsuit?
“We are preparing for this, these days we are discussing the meeting with sponsors. I have to fight in El Paso, I know they like boxing in El Paso, and they know boxing.”
Camacho Jr. said that facing Chavez, he prepared day and night as if this was his last battle.
“I boxed with a legend, not just any boxer. This is for all of Latin America, for you to enjoy.”
-What memory do you have of your father?
“His lifestyle is a bit crazy, but he has great love, a broad and generous heart, and is always happy. In the boxing match, he worked hard, ran, trained, boxed, and he dedicated everything to his family. “
-What do you want to say to fans?
“Their support is because this is the last time they have seen a great Mexican champion and I will make sure to fire Chavez from boxing.”