Bearing the burden

Smith, Gary
February 1993
Sports Illustrated;2/22/93, Vol. 78 Issue 7, p50
Profiles boxing champion Julio Cesar Chavez. Chavez's home in Culiacan, the drug capital of Mexico; 13 years without a loss; Frequency of fights in Chavez's career; Lack of fame and recognition for Chavez; Concerns for his family; Death of younger brother by drunk driver; Violence of drug trade; Wife Amalia and constantly being surrounded by others; Wanting and ability; More.


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