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Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. Demolishes Evert Bravo in One Round

By Rafael Soto

Julio César Chávez blew away Colombian Evert Bravo with a wild hook to the liver in San Juan de los Lagos, Jalisco.

A perfect hook to the liver that connected by Chávez, sent Bravo down and the fight ended at 1:22 of the first and the return of the "son of the legend" was overwhelming, devastating, and left no doubt.

The former WBC middleweight world champion fought at the short distance. He looked strong, focused and the hook that connected prior to the ending punch was also strong.


The crowd of six thousand fans went wild at the Antonio R. Márquez Stadium in San Juan de los Lagos, Jalisco.

The event was promoted by Zanfer Promotion with the support of the Hotels and Motels Trust of San Juan de Los lagos, the Municipality and Government of Jalisco, Code Jalisco and Mega Jalisco Code events chaired by Héctor García Ninomiya.

Two years and three months of inactivity was not enough to extinguish the desire for glory of the most famous junior who is currently active in boxing. Chavez kept his word and had a spectacular return by knocking out a brave opponent in the first round.

"Boxing is like that, I wanted to give a more spectacle performance for the people, but that hook was well connected and did the job. I am very happy because I prepared myself like never before, I want to return in September against Angulo and then go for the super middleweight title," Chavez Jr. said.

With this victory, Chávez added his 51st victory, 33 of them by way of knockout, in exchange for three losses and one draw.

User Comments and Feedback
Comment by sapo13 on 08-12-2019

I know this is a tune up fight but Evert Bravo been knocked out 10 times Evert Bravo should not be allowed to fight anymore!! I think boxing should ban you after being knocked out 10 times!!

Comment by Gideon lock on 08-12-2019

You cant win with some people on here if jr took 5-10 rounds to dispatch the bloke people would scream "ah he took x amount of time to beat a bum" he wins in a round and the fights "a…

Comment by MulaKO on 08-11-2019

[QUOTE=Curtis Harper;19980899]Daddy did get robbed recently....Asking Jr to keep fighting to build up the nest egg again ???[/QUOTE] Who the fugh knows But I wouldn’t be surprised That for sure

Comment by Curtis Harper on 08-11-2019

[QUOTE=MulaKO;19980879]Maybe some kind of money grab , maybe they broke Just guessing here[/QUOTE] Daddy did get robbed recently....Asking Jr to keep fighting to build up the nest egg again ???

Comment by OCPancho on 08-11-2019

Junior is still the King of the Cabbies

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