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Photos: Daniel Jacobs Breaks Chavez Jr's Will in Five Rounds

Talking Stick Resort Arena, Phoenix - In a battle of former middleweight world champions, Daniel Jacobs (36-3, 30 KOs) won by TKO after five rounds, after Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. (51-4-1, 33 KOs) refused to continue after the fifth round was over. (photos by Ed Mulholland)

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Chavez Jr. was moving forward and pressing the action when the first round began. Chavez Jr. was controlling the action early on, but Jacobs began to let his hands go in the closing moments.

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Chavez Jr. was chasing in the second. Jacobs was working a solid jab and landing good shots when the openings were there. Jacobs outboxed Chavez Jr. in the third. Jacobs controlled the fourth and was trading shots with Chavez Jr. in the closing moments.

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Chavez was doing well in the fifth round. Jacobs was really letting loose at the end of the round. Once the round ended, Chavez Jr. called over  the referee and indicated some sort of injury was preventing him from fighting any further.

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The crowd went nuts, pelting all sorts of items into the ring and appearing close to a dangerous situation.

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User Comments and Feedback
Comment by MEXICAN STYLE on 12-25-2019

Jr. is a disgrace to Mexican boxing

Comment by Gideon lock on 12-21-2019

Even with this new trainer i feel jacobs still fought to passively. Has he lost the aggressiveness needed to press the action in fights he seems more reactive these days instead of proactive?

Comment by Laypipe on 12-21-2019

Ain’t gonna lie, he fooled me once again...same as victor ortiz has done in the past...not getting my hopes up on bums again...

Comment by SHO_RULEZ on 12-21-2019

He pulled a Rigondeaux, huh huh huh :lol1:! An injury has me unable to continue, huh huh huh :lol1:

Comment by Johnny_Roa on 12-21-2019

[QUOTE=JimmyD729;20270874]Jacobs didn’t break his will. All the good punches were landed by Chavez. Chavez is just a front runner bully.[/QUOTE] He did broke him, the broken nose and eye gash were both caused by punches, Chavez didnt wanted to continue…

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