They capture the boxer in a video Julio Cesar Chávez Jr. inhaling substances during his last fight against David Zegarra, although he claims that it is a drug.
The son of the legendary Julio César Chávez was criticized for a victory via knockout in the sixth round, this during his last fight.
In AmericanPost.News We tell you that now a video has transcended in which boxer Julio César Chávez Jr. is observed approaching his coach and he offers him a substance to inhale.
What happened to Julio César Chávez Jr?
A few days ago Julio César Chávez Jr. stepped into the ring to face boxer David Zegarra, where it was the Mexican who was the winner.
However, the victory of Julio César Chávez Jr. was overshadowed by a viral video on social networks.
In this video boxer Julio César Chávez Jr. is seen inhaling some unknown substance.
It is said that Julio César Chávez Jr. works to quit addictions; in fact, a couple of months ago he left the rehab center.
However, the recent recording of Julio César Chávez Jr. above the ring could prove otherwise.
In the video, the boxer’s trainer is seen to bring him a bottle with some substance for him to inhale, this three times.
As expected, netizens have reacted to the video stating that this substance helped him in the fight.
On more than one occasion, the trainer checked Julio César Chávez’s nose and brought him a kind of inhaler.
The cameras that recorded the fight failed to clearly capture what Julio César Chávez Jr. was inhaling.
Julio César Chávez responds
Julio César Chávez Jr.’s coach talks about the alleged substance use and affirms that it is not a relapse into drugs.
It was reported that, in recent days, Julio César Chávez Jr. fell ill with a cold; so he had to cancel his training prior to the fight and despite the recommendations the boxer had not wanted to cancel the fight.
This would have been the reason why Julio César Chávez Jr. needed “a medicine” to be able to breathe well.
Julio César Chávez Jr., for his part, explained that what he used was an aerosol of “Iliadin”, a medicine that inhibits congestion.
However, the controversy for said video of Julio César Chávez Jr. continues to circulate on social networks and netizens affirm that the substance helped him with the fight.
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