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Thursday, September 2, 2021

Boxer Julio César Chávez says he told drug lords including El Chapo to 'go to hell' after they showed up without cocaine to party after 1992 victory over Puerto Rican legend Hector 'Macho' Camacho

"Sol Prendido" for Borderland Beat 

* Mexican boxing great Julio César Chávez said he first tried cocaine after he defeated Puerto Rican legend Hector 'Macho' Camacho on September 12, 1992

* Chávez told Mexican journalist Yordi Rosado that he gained access to the Type-A party drug while meeting a host of Mexican drug lords at an undisclosed location

* He said Joaquín 'El Chapo' Guzmán, Ismael 'El Mayo' Zambada, Héctor Luis 'El Güero' Palma, Juan José 'El Azul' Esparragoza, Amado 'El Señor de los Cielos' Carrillo, and the Arellano Félix brothers were all present

* Chávez recalled how he confronted the drug lords, who were only worried about his victory and told them to 'go to hell' because the didn't have cocaine for him  

* He blamed his cocaine use for the shocking loss he suffered to Frankie Randall on January 29, 1994 which stopped his streak of 90 consecutive victories

He said Joaquín 'El Chapo' Guzmán, Ismael 'El Mayo' Zambada, Héctor Luis 'El Güero' Palma, Juan José 'El Azul' Esparragoza, Amado 'El Señor de los Cielos' Carrillo, and the Arellano Félix brothers were all present

 Mexico boxing legend Julio César Chávez says he demanded cocaine from some of the world's most notorious drug lords after they showed up to a victory party without any.

Chávez said he was celebrating his win over Héctor 'Macho' Camacho at the Thomas & Mack Center on the night of September 9, 1992, and had a meeting with a veritable who's who of drug bosses.

Chávez said that Joaquín 'El Chapo' Guzmán, Ismael 'El Mayo' Zambada, Héctor Luis 'El Güero' Palma, Juan José 'El Azul' Esparragoza, Amado 'El Señor de los Cielos' Carrillo, and the Arellano Félix brothers all showed up to mark his victory.

But the boxer says he told them 'to go to hell' because they did not have enough cocaine for his personal use.

In a recent interview with Mexican journalist Yordi Rosado, he said the drug lords were only worried asking him questions about the unanimous decision win against against Camacho. 

Chávez said: 'There were about one thousand years worth of jail time the day I defeated Macho Camacho. And they all wanted to meet me and I was standing in the middle. 

'All of them were talking about how the Macho Camacho fight played out until I got upset. All I wanted was coke. 

'There were about 300 armed bastards there, but nobody had coke. So I told them, "Since nobody brought coke, you can all go to hell".'

The drug lords abided by his demands and instructed their henchmen to fetch enough cocaine to continue the celebration.

"Julio César Chávez (pictured) told Mexican journalist Yordi Rosado that he first used cocaine following his September 12, 1992 victory over Puerto Rican boxing legend Héctor 'Macho' Camacho in Las Vegas"

Julio César Chávez (pictured) told Mexican journalist Yordi Rosado that he first used cocaine following his September 12, 1992 victory over Puerto Rican boxing legend Héctor 'Macho' Camacho in Las Vegas

"Julio César Chávez (right) improved to 82-0 with a win over Héctor 'Macho' Camacho on September 12, 1992 in Las Vegas"

Julio César Chávez (right) improved to 82-0 with a win over Héctor 'Macho' Camacho on September 12, 1992 in Las Vegas

The win was the World Boxing Council super lightweight champion's 82nd consecutive victory.

Chávez told the interviewer that while has always been open about his ties to the infamous drug lords, he eventually forged the relationships with some of the world's biggest drug suppliers because he had no other choice.

The friendships came along with gifts of more drugs and jewelry, which he was forced to accept.

'So they would send for me and if I did not go, they would take me. So it was better to be friends than enemies,' he said.

'That's why I am I alive, because I never got in their business. They knew I (did not) dedicate myself to that. I was all about the sport.' 

"Francisco Arellano Félix (pictured) founded the Tijuana Cartel, or Arellano-Félix Cartel as it is also known. Mexican boxing great Julio César Chávez considered him a dear friend. Chávez says he still has the diamond boxing glove pendant that the drug lord gifted him"

"Joaquín 'El Chapo' Guzmán was one of the many Mexican drug lords who had a friendship with legendary boxer Julio César Chávez"

Two weeks following the eventful gathering - which was held at a location that was not disclosed by Chávez - some of the Mexican drug trafficking organizations who were present were involved in a violent conflict much to the dismay of the Mexican boxer.

'They always respected me. Even though they had a fallout, I was in the middle,' Chávez said. 'I was very good friends with the Arellano Félix (brothers) because I met (Francisco) 'El Pancho' Arellano through them.'

El Pancho, who was executed in 2013, once gifted Chávez a pair of diamond boxing pendants worth $80,000 which he still owns.

"Juan José 'El Azul' Esparragoza (pictured) is considered one of the leaders of the Sinaloa Cartel. He was one of the drug lords who met with Mexican boxing legend Julio César Chávez following his September 12, 1992 victory over Héctor 'Macho' Camacho"

"Ismael 'El Mayo' Zambada, co-founder of the Sinaloa Cartel with Joaquín 'El Chapo' Guzmán, remains on-the-run and has never been arrested"

Mexican drug lord Hector "El Guero" Palma, one of the founders of the Sinaloa Cartel. He served almost a decade in a U.S. prison and was deported to Mexico in 2016

The post-fight party marked the first time Chávez tried cocaine thanks to the Mexican cartels and provided a glimpse of how his life and career started to spiral out of control.

'When I fought with Macho Camacho it was crazy. I felt that I had already won everything. I already had more than 20 million dollars in the bank. I had yachts. I had a private plane. I had mansions,' Chavez said. 

'Well I had everything that a human being wishes to have in life. Sometimes I felt lonely. I was always surrounded by a lot of people. I couldn't walk in the street because people were harassing me so much at that time. It was crazy.'

But the constant use of alcohol mixed with cocaine would begin to take their toll on his professional and personal life.

It led to multiple sleepless nights in which the married boxing champion partied and slept with numerous women in Mexico. 

Chávez remembered overdosing many times on cocaine, including one incident when he he was rushed to a local hospital after throwing up blood. 

He was conscious enough that he placed a cocaine delivery order for his workers who were standing by his bedside.

"Chavez remembered being on cocaine a month before his first professional loss as a boxer to Frankie Randall on May 7, 1994 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas."

Chavez remembered being on cocaine a month before his first professional loss as a boxer to Frankie Randall on May 7, 1994 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.

Chavez remembered being on cocaine a month before his first professional loss as a boxer - and the end of a 90-win streak - to Frankie Randall on May 7, 1994 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.

He only decided to cut off using the drug three days before the fight to clear his system out for the pre-fight drug test prior to the weigh in.

'I kept winning because I was a very nice fighter. But when I lost to Frankie Randall, it was a very sad thing to be honest, because there I realized what I was really worth,' Chávez said. 

'Because when I lost I looked around me and I saw people crying. I said, 'Bastard, I lost.' I couldn't believe it. I lost.'

Daily Mail

26 comments:

  1. Animo Sicarios!
    Gente Nueva Special Forces Tier 1 Operators go through an extensive training of boxing techniques,many of Julio Cesar Chavez fights videos are played in order to provide tactical self defense.
    However him sending the Patrones to "go to hell" is false ! Los Jefes de Culiacan do not accept any disrespectful comments .

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    1. That's so full of shit Retarded INBREED SINALOAN COCKSUCKER'

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    2. Man I got dizzy reading this mess....

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    3. lol, ridiculous. Boxing is great, a whole lot of fun, and good for learning striking, but nobody trains exclusively in boxing for serious self-defense, let alone one particular fighter. this LARP act you have going is hilarious.

      There is very, very limited application to boxing in a street fight, let alone a life or death struggle. Hands without gloves don't last very long, and once a hand breaks, it's over for you. Nevermind most struggles end up on the ground within 5 seconds. You're a silly person.

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    4. 11:28 says the retarded tweaker who tends to suck on menchos ass you stupid ass tapatio

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    5. I'm glad I'm not a cartel cheerleader but it's funny how some of the haters of the Sinaloa cartel will always be menchos lovers

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  2. Wow, way to repeat paragraph after paragraph reminding me how fkn paranoid I used to be when I was sniffing perico!

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    1. Lol that's what I was going to say.. Sol usually on punto but maybe this morning he was on that booger sugar himself...

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  3. Narco related sports news. Thanks Sol!

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  4. One of the best boxers in history..
    Coke brought down mike Tyson too, Onother legend.
    "Cocaine is ONE he'll of a drug"
    Imagine the quality of the cocaine Julio Cesar Chavez would get from the main CDS suppliers. Crazy to think about.
    That's when CDS was at it's prime, before the jealousy and the need for more control by CHAPO. Chapo made that cartel weaker by snitching on beltranes and Los ARELLANOS..
    Beltranes knew chapo snitched on one of their brother so they left the cartel and the rest is history..

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    1. You can point the finger at whoever you want but at the end of the day, there's no loyalty amongst crooks and criminals. Gallardo betrayed Aviles, Arellanos betrayed Mayos, Chapitos flipped on Mayo, zetas flipped on golfos, Milenio flipped on Sinaloas, Michoacanos contra Michoacanos, and the list is endless. It's a part of the business whether you want to accept it or not.

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    2. There's always gonna be someone messing up the business. There's always going to be a rat but the magnitude of chapo snitching was a hard blow to CDS.
      In cjng there have been many fall outs but not to that point of the cartel splitting in half like beltranes. Beltranes had power and respect all over Mexico and when they left, cds felt that void. Beltranes took their plazas and went to war where ever cds was present on their area of operations.
      CJNG is at war now with el abuelo because he took large amount of coke from mencho. The people from michoacan don't want to turn ABUELO in to mencho so the war started. But his fate will be like el CHOLO, it's just a matter of time. The people from michoacan keep switching to CJNG because they know cjng has the upper hand. C.U have the military on their side but once they stop helping them cjng will take that plaza easily.. C.U don't have no muscle, their sicarios are weak.

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    3. @9:58 you can add; Mexican government turned on its citizens.

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    4. @12:12 yeah yeah, China has turned on its citizens, Russians, Cubans, Germans, Koreans, all these governments have turned on each other. It's human nature, it's the reason for the civil rights movement in the 60's and the reason the colonist turned on the English in the 1760's. Indian tribes betrayed other Indian tribes and the Europeans in return turned on the Indians. Judas turned on Jesus and we could go back further than that. If it happened 2000 years ago, happened now, guess what. It's gonna happen again in the future and theirs no stopping it or no way of justifying it. @10:49 get off the cartels nuts. They're not paying you to promote kiddo.

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  5. Chapo and Mayo hanging out with Arellanos in 92? Sounds like BS by chavez.

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  6. Not for nothing but i could see all of this happening. People fail to think that sometimes to these guys. This is a big game. Yes they are enemies. But i can see some exceptions being made...
    I dont see chavez making some comments like that and not think of concequences........

    Rubio NYC.

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  7. It is hard to believe this article because in 1989 Ramon Arellano killed Chapos friend el Rayo. They were at war at that time. They had a truce in 1992 and shortly after Chapo try to kill the brothers at a disco place in Guadalajara. They were not friends so I don’t think they will party together with Chavez.

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    1. That's what I was thinking too. Big Narcos don't all gather like that in person, it's probably too risky.

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  8. I remember reading an article late 90's early 2000 how Julio Cesar Chavez home got shot UP in Mexico..
    Probably owed money for all that coke he sniffed up. It was free when he was a champ but afterwards he had to pay after he was hooked..

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  9. Great fighter! Very rare fighter! Wasn’t scared to go toe to toe. It was a joke when de la Hoya going by him. Chavez would’ve stopped him late if he would’ve been in his prime.

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    1. Mamacita.. You probably trew away the best smokes you could have smoked in your life.. Lol

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  11. So……. Did he do cocaine?
    so……….did he do cocaine
    Also ……..Did he do cocaine?

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  12. It's funny how Sinaloa haters will always comment under unknown lol �� clowns

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