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 Last update:  9/17/2012       Read more by CompuBox         
   
CompuBox Stats: Too Little, Too Late For Chavez Jr.
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It was all Sergio Martinez through eleven rounds, as he outlanded Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. nearly 3-1.  Junior rallied in the twelfth dropping Sergio and outlanding him 37-8 in power shots- too little, too late.

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Tags: Julio Cesar Chavez Jr , Sergio Martinez , Chavez-Martinez , Chavez vs Martinez


 

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Chavez took a terrible beating
comment by Belowthe belt, on 09-17-2012
Chavez can recover from the humiliation and defeat only if he starts fighting better quality opponents and trains harder. A mexican trainer would also help. Roach doesn't scare anyone.

comment by Hougigo, on 09-17-2012
[QUOTE=Tomasio]ONLY someone who's NEVER seen or heard of Martinez would think it would have been the other way around..Cause anyone that had already seen Chavez jr & Martinez fight & took a good look at their past opposition, could have easily predicted Saturday night's outcome..It was a NO brain...

comment by Bushbaby, on 09-17-2012
It's obvious that Martinez knew he had to let his hands go. Same thing with Pacman/Margarito, (except Martinez & Jr are much better). When a smaller man engages the bigger man you better let the leather fly. "Treat it like boxing, stick & move, stick & move"!!:boxing:

comment by boliodogs, on 09-17-2012
Martinez threw 908 punches and Chavez threw 390 punches. That's a great work rate for Martinez and a terrible work rate for Chavez. Martinez is really impressive for any age but a 37 year old fighter throwing almost a thousand punches in a hard fight is amazing. The states show Martinez out lande...

comment by Dickie Smalls, on 09-17-2012
I was sh‘tting myself (with happiness) in the 12th round because I would have won $600 if that wild left hook of Jr's didn't fall a few inches short in the last minute..

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