A married boxer was allegedly robbed of his $40K watch while 'celebrating' losing a fight in a hotel room with a group of scantily clad women. Mexican boxer Julio César Chávez partied with the women until the early hours of the morning after losing the match against Canelo Alvarez in Las Vegas, his wife claimed.
Videos show him hanging out with scantily-clad women in a hotel room.
The footage shows Julio apparently celebrating his loss as the women recorded their antics on Monday night.
The footage was recorded at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas then circulated on social media after being published on Thursday, ESPN reports
Chávez 's wife Frida told ESPN that she believed he was the object of 'a trap' and had his $40,000 watch (£30,936), a cheque for $3million, and his phone stolen.
The cheque was reportedly found later in their hotel suite.
Frida said they had met the women who appear in the videos down in the lobby bar that evening.
She said she had a beer but then left as they'd left their daughter Julia with a friend upstairs and she didn't want to leave her any longer.
She claimed Julio stayed out with a man from London until about 5 or 6 in the morning and they went to a hotel room and took some women with them.
The case of the missing watch is reportedly being investigated and the boxer is taking legal action.