The fight will be the biggest in the careers of each of the fighters, who are on different sides of the spectrum when it comes to everything but success.
(PRWEB) September 13, 2012
The temperature surrounding this Saturday's Julio Caesar Chavez Jr. and Sergio Martinez fight got even hotter today as the fighters exchanged verbal jabs and personal attacks in a press conference, and thousands of fight fans are currently scrambling to land a coveted ticket to the fight, which will take place on the campus of UNLV at the Thomas and Mack Center on September 15th. TicketProcess.com is excited to announce that they still have a large inventory of Chavez Jr. tickets, and they are making them available to all fight fans on a first-come-first-serve basis.
The fight will be the biggest in the careers of each of the fighters, who are on different sides of the spectrum when it comes to everything but success. The blue-collar and under-the-radar Martinez has been honing his craft for over twenty years, or almost as long as Chavez Jr. has been alive. Martinez has made his way in a sport that can be grueling and demanding for boxers with top flight promoters and excellent exposure, let alone fighters that are essentially independent contractors. Conversely, Chavez Jr. was born with a proverbial silver spoon in his mouth and a clear path to a boxing career as a result of the prolific success of his father. This was a point that Martinez repeatedly touched on in at the press conference in Las Vegas.
The head trainer of Martinez referred to Chavez Jr. as a chicken, and the Martinez camp extended the metaphor by saying that the elder boxer will tear Chavez's head off come Saturday night. Martinez promised to bring the pain to Chavez all night long, taunting him by suggesting that he made a huge mistake just taking this fight and will be embarrassed by the outcome.
The 26-year-old Chavez took the criticism in stride, countering by dismissing Martinez as a guy who talks the talk but cannot walk the walk inside of the ring. After Martinez and his camp finished with their bold predictions, Chavez stoically glared down the table at Martinez and calmly said, "I'm going to retire you from boxing." Indeed, the stage is set for quite a show in Las Vegas this Saturday night.
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