Who did Julio Cesar Chavez Jr lose to?
Chavez Jr. also fought at the weekend as the former middleweight champion won on decision over David Zegarra, helping to restore his credibility after losing to former UFC fighter Anderson Silva in his previous fight.
Why did Chavez quit?
Chavez said he quit because he had a broken nose. His lawyer, Miguel Leff, told ESPN’s Salvador Rodriguez that Chavez will have reconstructive surgery and will be hospitalized at least 24 hours. Regardless, Jacobs had begun to take it to Chavez, who also quit after nine rounds in a 2015 fight with Andrzej Fonfara.
What is Julio Cesar Chavez Jr boxing record?
Chavez Jr. (53-6-1, 1 NC) made his professional debut in 2003. A former WBC Continental America and WBC Latino Super-Welterweight Champion, “El hijo de la leyenda” beat Sebastian Zbik for the WBC Middleweight Title in 2011.
How much did Silva make boxing Chavez?
According to multiple reports, Silva was guaranteed to make anywhere from $500,000 and $1 million for facing Chavez Jr., plus a percentage of the pay-per-view revenue. He also took home an additional $100,000 forfeited to him by Chavez Jr.
Is Chavez Jr still boxing?
Julio César Chávez Carrasco (born 16 February 1986), best known as Julio César Chávez Jr., is a Mexican professional boxer who held the WBC middleweight title from 2011 to 2012. He is the son of retired boxing legend Julio César Chávez and older brother of Omar Chávez….
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Did Chavez Jr break hand?
The bizarre spiral of former middleweight champion Julio Cesar Chavez Jr.’s career continued on Saturday in Phoenix, Arizona. Chavez (51-4-1, 33 KOs) initially claimed to his corner that his hand was broken, though trainer Freddie Roach later told DAZN announcers it was his nose that caused the retirement.