We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Julio Cesar Chavez is associated, including Mexico and Tijuana. Most recently, Julio Cesar Chavez has been quoted saying: “I always represent my country, because I will always be honoured to be Mexican,. In the last round of the fight with Meldrick Taylor, my corner told me to give everything, to do it for Mexico. And that's when I realised that the whole country was counting on me..” in the article LONG READ The one and only Julio Cesar Chavez.
"I dedicate this fight to Mexico,". "I'm going to win, but my country will too because this is the fight that boxing needs.".
"The truth is that I never thought that way,". "I always trained to win, because in the ring anything can happen, so you can't take anyone for granted.".
"After I told my mother that I wanted to box, I promised her that when I get my first loss I will retire from it,"
"I really wanted that fight to end,". "I was tired and thought I couldn't go anymore, but I really knew I had to give everything in me; that's how I am.".
After a few fights you can imagine that I realised how good I was.
"I love to see all my fights, and everybody on Twitter always retweets parts of my fights and highlights and I really love to see them,". "It brings really good memories.".
"Everything is a sacrifice,". "The diet, your family, getting your body into shape with the extreme training. But you have to give everything you have to give to get to your goal.".
"I only did what I liked most, which was to box the best possible to win,". "I appreciate that people look me at the best Mexican boxer and it's really an honour when people tell me that.".
"Now that I realise that life gave me a second chance after my addiction to alcohol and drugs, I want to give that same second chance to people struggling with this awful problem,". "I have two rehab clinics called Baja del Sol, one in Tijuana and t[...]
"I always represent my country, because I will always be honoured to be Mexican,". "In the last round of the fight with Meldrick Taylor, my corner told me to give everything, to do it for Mexico. And that's when I realised that the whole country was[...]
"He deserved to be punished like this. He said some bad things and he deserved this. Now you know I don't fight with taxi drivers,"
"I give my respect to De La Hoya". "But I demonstrated that I can still fight. I was never in any trouble".
"Thanks to Showtime for putting together this great fight,". "Reyes is a Mexican warrior and this will be a tough battle for me. This guy likes to brawl. But at 168 pounds I am the best and will prove it with a great victory for my fans.".