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Irish middleweight Andy Lee wants to fight Julio Cesar Chavez Jr on June 16th



You might have heard that Martin Murray couldn't get a visa into the US to fight Julio Cesar Chavez Jr because of a criminal conviction he served years ago. We feel for him, but that fight just isn't happening. Moving on, there is some good news: Andy Lee wants in.

The Irish middleweight was starting to look like a title challenger back in 2008 before he lost for the first time against Brian Vera. That loss set fire to his plans and Lee has spent the last three years dragging himself back into contention. To that effect, he's gone 13-0 and got his revenge on Vera via a unanimous decision win last October. Andy Lee is back.

That's why I'd love to see him fight Chavez Jr. Chavez JR, or 'The Chosen One' to many, rightly has his detractors. He has forty-five wins on his CV but only a handful of them mean anything, though he is on a decent run at present. Chavez doesn't need babying anymore. He doesn't need to be set up with easy fights to get his chops. If he doesn't have his chops after forty-five professional matches, he never will. Time to feed Chavez to the lions.

Ultimately, Chavez Jr is on a collision course with Sergio Martinez. That fight will happen. First though, let's see Chavez Jr - Andy Lee. Eastsideboxing have reported Lee as saying:
“I would relish the opportunity to fight Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. for the WBC title on June 16. I’m ready and available, let’s make the fight. It would be a tough fight but I believe I have the skills to beat him and end his reign as champion. The Irish and Mexican people like a good fight, so let’s get it on.”
Do you think Andy Lee could stop Julio Cesar Chavez Jr? Or will he just become number 46?