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Anderson Silva Boxes Julio Caesar Chavez Jr. on June 19th in Mexico

Anderson Silva set foot in the last octagon last October. His UFC career may be over, but he hasn’t finished the fight. Silva said Tuesday that he had signed a deal to fulfill his dream of competing in professional boxing. Silva said he would pack Julio Caesar Chavez Jr. on June 19th. Silva told TMZ Sports that the event entitled “Tribute to the King” will take place at the Jalisco Stadium in Guadalajara, Mexico. Live streamed in pay-per-view. Silva lost the last three games under the UFC flag, but he always wanted to box professionally. He often targeted Roy Jones Jr. as an enemy. Not yet Jones Jr., he will finally realize his boxing dream. “Looking back at my journey, I see that nothing is wasted,” Silva told TMZ. “I am very pleased with the opportunity to test my boxing skills with Julio Cesar Chavez Jr.” I am constantly training and constantly striving to overcome resilience and obstacles. The battle is my eternal breath. “Tribute to the King” will also feature Chavez Jr.’s father, Julio Caesar Chavez Sr., in a special exhibition on the other side of the son of his former rival Hector “Macho” Camacho. .. One of the UFC’s greats, Anderson Silva has dominated the Middleweight division for many years and was one of the greatest UFC champions of all time. He defeated Chael Sonnen, Rich Franklin, Demian Maia, Dan Henderson, Nate Marquardt, Vitol and more. Chris Weidman robbed Silva of his belt in 2013. After that, Silva showed its former brilliance, but never completely returned. Silva’s last 10 games in the Octagon are gone, including two defeats to Wademan. Anderson Silva kneels in the Octagon in the UFC Vegas 12, asks the UFC to release it, and removes the Twitter post. Highlights and Summary from Anderson Silva’s Finals Fighting UFC OC tagon (Subscribe to MMAWeekly.com on YouTube)

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