Julio César Chávez and Jorge “Travieso” Arce are ready for a third exhibition fight, which will be the main event of a card this Friday, September 25, at the Grand Hotel Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico.
In the co-main event, Julio César Chávez Jr. (51-4-1, 33 KO’s), will face the undefeated Mario Cázares (12-0-0, 5 KO’s) over 10 rounds at light heavyweight.
The Fights, promoted by 2M Promotions, will be televised by DAZN, in the United States and Canada, ESPN for Latin America and by stream for Mexico and the rest of the world on www.livott.com
Rafael Soto, who promotes the match, confirmed the enthusiastic response of fans to hire the streaming -for 175 pesos, commenting: “We believe there will be a high demand.”
WBC President Mauricio Sulaimán said that he will be proud to be present at the venue of the fight and present Julio César Chávez the Otomí Belt, as a recognition for being the best fighter in the history of Mexico.
“It is a great pride, the Otomí Belt has special characteristics and having Julio César Chávez as the one who will receive this jewel makes me very excited,” said Mauricio Sulaimán, adding that there can be no one more deserving of the commemorative belt than JC Chavez.
The card will benefit two social causes. Through the “Julio César Chávez” Foundation, young people with addiction problems will receive a scholarship to carry out their rehabilitation program at the Baja del Sol clinics, and “Travieso” Arce will seek to build houses for families in need.
The live streaming transmission will begin at 7:00 p.m. with the fight between Karim Arce and David Martino, it is available on the superboletos.com page, at a cost of 175 pesos, with which a password is generated that You must register on the day of the event on the platforms of www.livott.com @livott_ #Livott #LivottLive
During the backup fights there will be Yamileth Mercado, Karim Arce and José Luis Castillo Jr, who declared themselves ready and excited to see action on Friday.
Yamileth Mercado, super bantamweight champion of the World Boxing Council, had her first defense planned in March and COVID-19 prevented it, but today she is ready to return to the ring against Irasema Rayas in a non-title match
For his part, undefeated Arce (16-0-2, 7 KOs) will look to improve his record when he faces Mexican David “Choko” Martino (18-8, 7 KOs), ready to seize the opportunity presented to him.