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With the undercard finished, it's time for tonight's main even between middleweights Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. and Marco Antonio Rubio.  Chavez's middle weight title and undefeated record (44-0-1) are on the line.  Rubio's record is 53-5-1.  The first fight just finished up and the two fighters should be on their way out shortly.  Here they come.  Rubio is in the ring and here comes Chaves Jr.  The intros are finished.  Here we go. Round 1:They square off in the center.  Rubio gets his jab going.  He fires off a cross.  Chavez defense looks solid, but Rubio is getting punches through the gloves.  Chaves throughs a right hook to the body.  Now a jab from Chavez.  Rubio has Chavez against the ropes.  Chavez gets out.  Not much landed from either fighter in the first round.  It's been a feeling out round.  Rubio lands a nice left hand at the end of the round.Parker: 10-9 Rubio 
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