Julio Cesar Chavez Gonzalez
July 12, 1963
February 5, 1980 in Culiacán, he knocked out Andrés Félix in six rounds
won the world title
He was champion in three different divisions. The WBC super featherweight won it on September 13, 1984, at the Olympic Auditorium in Los Angeles, by technically knocking out Mexican Mario"Azabache"Martínez in eight rounds. On November 21, 1987, he won the WBA lightweight belt from Puerto Rican Edwin"Chapo"Rosario at the Hilton Hotel in Las Vegas. And, on May 13, 1989, he won the CM super lightweight title from Roger Mayweather, at the Great Western Forum in Inglewood, California.
Lost His Title
January 29, 1994, at the MGM in Las Vegas, before Frankie “Cirujano” Randall, who incidentally took away his undefeated halo after 14 years as a professional.
January 17, 2005, in Phoenix, Arizona, he was knocked out in four rounds by Grover Wiley.
Julio César Chávez was the first Mexican fighter to win three world titles in different divisions:super featherweight, lightweight and super lightweight. In addition, he was the king of pay per view in our country.