translated from Spanish: Andrzej Fonfara tells Julio César Chavez Jr. that he is ready for a rematch

Former WBC middleweight world champion Julio César Chavez Jr. has suffered five career losses and one of them was against Poland’s Andrzej Fonfara, who just sent a message to the Sinaloan fighter who may be very interested in him. Through social media, Fonfara, who is actingly residing in the city of Chicago, told the “Junior” that he is ready for a rematch, when he says.
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So with this challenge, Chávez Carrasco would have the opportunity to settle a pending account and return to the close-ups, and then look for a bigger fight

The Sinaloan enlists to face Argentine akl Nicolás Masseroni (19-1, 19 knockouts) in the stellar match of the performance that will take place next Friday, November 27 in Revolution Park, of Culiacán.It should be remembered that in April 2015, the son of the Legend of Mexican boxing carried a streak of two wins in a row, both against Brian Vera and it was his turn to face Andrzej Fonfara in Carson , California.This condition was by the then vacant WBC interim international semi-heavyweight title. The Pole prevailed by technical decision. For Chávez Jr. it was the second defeat in his professional career, after in September 2012 he lost to Argentine Sergio “Maravilla” Martínez, in Las Vegas, Nevada.NO SUBE AL RING SINCE 2018Andrzej Fonfara, 33 years old, has a mark of 30-5 and 18 knockouts in his professional career. He’s won two of his last three fights. The Pole has not fought since June 2018, when he beat Ismayl Sillah, an anus after losing to Adonis Stevenson, in a duel for the WBC semi-full world title. LOOKING TO RETURN TO VICTORYFor his part Chávez Carrasco, 34 years old, has a record of 51 fights won (including 33 knockouts), in exchange for five losses and a draw. The junior’s next contest against Masseroni will be in light heavyweight at ten rounds. Karim Arce, nephew of former world champion Jorge “Travieso” Arce, Karen Rubio, Ernesto “Tanque” Beltrán and the undefeated Juan Luis Aldana (7-0) will also fight at the event.

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