ANDThe always provocative television commentator, David Faitelsón I assure in social networks that -with all due respect- Julio Cesar Chavez, the best boxer Mexico has ever had could not defeat “not even on Mars” the American Floyd Mayweather, who retired undefeated with 50 professional fights.
May the great Julio César Chávez forgive me, but never, neither in 140, nor in 147, neither here nor on Mars would he have beaten Floyd Mayweather …
– David Faitelson (@Faitelson_ESPN) January 14, 2021
But it is not easy for César del Boxeo to “bite his crest” without taking home a souvenir, so, minutes later He categorically responded to the ESPN journalist:
My dear David you are very right neither on Mars nor Jupiter I would have beaten him but here on this earth at 140 pounds I would have put a shit on the two of them together if Castillo won him at 135 pounds which was my Esparig there I leave it to you for homework hahahaha
– Julio César Chávez (@ Jcchavez115) January 14, 2021
“You are very right neither on Mars nor Jupiter I would have beaten him but here on this earth at 140 pounds I would have given both of them a shit” Referring to Jose Luis Castillo who supposedly defeated “Money” in the most difficult fight of his career, hands down.
Mike Tyson himself has assured without hesitation that Chávez was a much better boxer than Mayweather still in its best stage.
Always great champion! 😎😎
– TUDN USA (@TUDNUSA) January 13, 2021
The one who did go wrong with two you are with Chávez was his uncle Roger Mayweather whom the Mexican defeated twice in Las Vegas in the 1980s, both via chloroform.