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CompuBox: Bryan Vera Severely Outworked Chavez Jr.

Bryan Vera landed more punches in eight of ten rounds and threw more than twice as many as Julio Cesar Chavez Jr.  Chavez landed the harder punches and a higher percentage.  Enough to earn a decision by the scores of 98-92 (Adair)& 97-93 (Denkin)?  Criminal ...

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Sn1 on 10-01-2013

isn't it odd that all the judges were incompetent, but still ended up giving it to the "star". 98-92 and 97-93 for Vera would of been acceptable :)

Comment by Bigg Rigg on 10-01-2013

Jr ain't break sh1t. He's lying. Dude bullied Vera into fighting a light heavyweight fight and still f*cking lost. He's a joke and an embarrassment to his father. I don't like Sr so I'm actually thrilled to see all this…

Comment by MDPopescu on 10-01-2013

[QUOTE=Tomasio;13797250][B]In the post fight interview with HBO jr said he broke his hand in the 5th, then later on he claims it was in the 4th[/B], no matter in what round it was or if it's even true or not…

Comment by Tomasio on 09-30-2013

In the post fight interview with HBO jr said he broke his hand in the 5th, then later on he claims it was in the 4th, no matter in what round it was or if it's even true or not…

Comment by MDPopescu on 09-30-2013

Jr. said he broke his right hand in the fourth -- well, in the fourth, Jr. hit Vera just two times with the right... And before the fourth, Jr. used his right hand just 4-5 times... (Jr. used his "broken"…

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