Julio César Chávez marked a time in the Mexican boxing and with the passage of timeue baptized as "The Legend". In the year 2005 he officially retired from professional boxing, but in the last hours he surprised by his desire to return to the ring.
Currently 56 years old and in social networks he shared a photo where he presumed his physical state. He also assured that he could exchange blows in the ring, but he specified that his wish is to do it in a three-round exhibition fight.
Regarding the rival, Chávez asked his followers on Instagram about who could be candidates to fight him; He added that everything that is collected will go to a foundation. Can you imagine 'The Legend' with the gloves on again? Soon it could be a reality.
A legacy in boxing
Throughout his career, Julio César Chávez consolidated himself as one of the best fighters in the history of Mexican boxing. He delivered legendary battles against fighters like Roger Mayweather, "El Chapo" Rosario, Meldrick Taylor, "Macho" Camacho and Creg Haugen, among others. Finally, Champion was consecrated in three different divisions: Super featherweight, Lightweight and Superlight.