Paying homage to not only the greatest Mexican champion that ever lived, but one of boxing's greatest, Julio Cesar Chavez. Between 1980-2005 -- a quarter of a century -- JC was the golden standard of the prize ring. In particular, his battles with Meldrick Taylor remain the stuff of legend, particularly the first fight in 1990. With just two seconds left in the 12th and final round, Chavez knocked Taylor out. "He was faster than I, he was stronger than I," Chavez said after. Yet Chavez still won.