Omar Chavez

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Julio Cesar Chavez Jr., Eder Navarro (E&G Productions), Omar Chavez, Vladimir Baldenebro (Trainer)

Name: Omar Chavez
Alias: El Businessman Terremoto
Birth Name: Omar Alonso Chávez Carrazco
Hometown: Culiacan, Sinaloa, Mexico
Birthplace: Culiacan, Sinaloa, Mexico
Stance: Orthodox
Height: 180cm
Reach: 185cm
Pro Boxer: Record

Omar Chavez Carrasco (born 1990 in Culiacan, Sinaloa), known in the English-speaking world as Omar Chavez, is a Mexican boxer, the youngest son of legendary boxing champion Julio Cesar Chavez and his then-wife Amalia Carrasco. Omar's face became known to boxing fans when his father took him and his older brother Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. into the ring as children before each of Chavez Sr.'s fights. His brother became inactive after a loss to Saul Alvarez in 2017.


On December 16, 2006, Chavez began his professional career, beating fellow debutant Jesus Garcia with a first round knockout on an undercard which included his brother Julio in their native Culiacan, Mexico. Omar then won his next next five straight fights in just over a year, four of which by knockout. Omar was undefeated in his first 28 professional bouts, defeating all opponents, and winning the World Boxing Council youth World Lightweight title. Omar then moved up to super welterweight and lost a pair of 10 round decisions to fellow Mexican Jorge Paez Jr.. Losing a major bout again at super welterweight, and losing three times in major middleweight bouts, Omar had more difficulty after moving up in weight class from the 147 pound welterweight division where he enjoyed his greatest successes.