"As a young boy in East Chicago, Ind., Miguel Torres watched his father and uncle, tears in their eyes, cheer for arguably the greatest boxer of their generation. Pride stained their faces. Torres never forgot how much Julio Cesar Chavez meant to the two men he admired most.
It was a scene that played out countless times in countless Mexican-American households, and it resonates to this day with one of the world’s most accomplished and respected mixed martial artists. "LINK