Julio César Chávez Jr. revealed that he was hospitalized by his wife, but explained that he only took diet pills

Julio César Chávez Jr. will return to the ring on December 18 against David Zegarra.

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Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. has planned his return to the ring after a long absence, not only from the ring, also from social networks. Although they denied that he was in rehab, the son of the “Great Mexican Champion” revealed that if he was hospitalized, but it was his wife Frida Muñoz who decided to do it.

I lasted three and a half months without seeing my children because I was in the clinic, because their mother (their children) he put me in so that I was okay”Chávez Jr. declared through his social networks.

On the other hand, Julio César Chávez Jr. explained that it was all due to a misunderstanding and that he was simply consuming the same substances that Óscar Valdéz ingested to lose weight. However, the Mexican boxer explained that he had to get ahead alone, without the help of his wife.

I took some pills, from which Óscar Valdez came out (positive), which are to lose weight, I don’t use anything else (…) when they put me (into the clinic) they said that nobody had to see and I had to go out alone, they left me there to take advantage“, He sentenced.

Julio César Chávez Jr. and his stormy love life

Chávez Jr. also took advantage of the moment to talk about his relationship with Frida Muñoz. The Mexican fighter described the problems with his partner that extends to the treatment of him and his children.

There are things that are not right. What I don’t like is that the children are not taken care of by their mothers, my children have babysitters, but the idea is that she takes care of them (…) they have asked me if I want to get divorced, I would not like because I have children, but if they do not take care of my children, but they take care of me, if they do what they want, it is not a commitment, I would continue my whole life with someone, but what commitment is there?”, He questioned.

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