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Chavez Jr vs. Vera Rematch Live Blog - Round by Round Results:
The highly anticipated Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. vs. Bryan Vera rematch takes place on Saturday, March 1, and will be televised live on HBO. On the undercard, a very unusual and intriguing match-up for a featherweight title takes place, Orlando Salido vs. Vasyl Lomachenko. Right here, you can find the live results and round by round blog for the fights. Follow along to see how it all goes down.
Does Chavez Jr. restore some credibility to his name, or does Vera simply have more fight in him once again? Does Lomachenko pull off the insane feat of winning a championship in his second pro fight, or does Salido teach him a lesson about the hard truth of pro boxing at the top of the ladder?
Chavez Jr vs. Vera Scorecard & Results
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Chavez Jr vs. Vera II Round by Round Results
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Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. scored a unanimous decision win over Brian Vera last night. Unlike the first bout between these two, Chavez Jr.’s victory last night appears to have come with little controversy in another close bout between the two.
Chavez is 48-1-1 with a no contest as a pro. While he hasn’t faced tremendous competition until recently, Chavez Jr. has resembled his famous...
When Brian Vera and Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. first met last fall, their bout was full of controversy before, during, and after. The judges at ringside scored the bout for Chavez Jr. with virtually nobody else concurring with that opinion. When they met this past Saturday night, there was no controversy as Chavez Jr. left no doubt whatsoever that he was the true victor this time around...
Julio Cesar Chavez Jr lost a good amount of his fans after his first fight against Bryan Vera. He came in sloppily over weight, unfocused, and undisciplined but was handed the bout by the 3 judges ringside. Tonight we saw a completely different Chavez Jr.
Chavez Jr. showed a much better physique during yesterday’s weigh ins and his hard training showed in tonight’s fight. Both...
The first of many questions about Julio Cesar Chavez Jr’s career was answered today. He weighed in at 167.5 lbs today in San Antonio, the same as his opponent Bryan Vera.
For their previous fight Chavez Jr. had to request the fight weight be raised 4 times before the bout and each time he struggled making the weight. That lack of discipline transitioned to his in the ring performance...
This action-packed win Saturday on HBO by Julio Cesar Chavez, Jr. over Brian Vera inspired very little of the disgust of the first meeting, when Chavez got a decision he didn't deserve, abetted by a weight scandal. This time, Chavez made weight. This time, Chavez deserved to win, which he did by unanimous decision. There were reasons for protest or offense, but they were relatively...
SAN ANTONIO, TX - Saturday night at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas, Julio Cesar Chavez defeated Bryan Vera in their highly anticipated rematch by unanimous decision. Decidedly different from their first match-up, Chavez Jr. engaged early with thunderous left hooks upstairs while Vera took the fight inside to the body. As in the first match-up, Chavez Jr. landed bone crunching...
SAN ANTONIO, TX - The time has come. Today, Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. and Bryan Vera weigh-in for Saturday’s rematch at the Alamodome in San Antonio, TX. All eyes will be on Chavez Jr. to see if he’s able to make the 160lb weight limit. If he doesn’t, Top Rank will penalize his fight purse $250,000. That’s a lot of money! Also weighing in, Orlando Salido and Vasyl Lomachenko...
Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. proved that he was a better fighter than Bryan Vera last night and now it’s time for him to avenge the only loss of his career.
Chavez called out middleweight champion Gennady ‘GGG’ Golovkin after his victory last night, but Chavez’s best opportunity lies in a rematch with Sergio Martinez. Martinez narrowly escaped their first match-up with the victory...
After their first meeting ended in controversy both fighters had a lot to prove in their second meeting. Bryan Vera wanted to show he was the true winner and Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. wanted to show the world the judges made no mistake. This time the Top Rank event took place in San Antonio, Texas […]
WBC Continental Americas Super Middleweight Title – Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. defeated Bryan Vera via unanimous decision (117-110×2, 114-113)
WBO World Featherweight Title bout – Orlando Salido defeated Vasyl Lomachenko via split decision (115-113 & 116-112 Salido, 115-113 Lomachenko)
*Due to missing weight, Salido was not awarded the title.
Lightweight bout – Juan Diaz defeated...
On Friday afternoon in San Antonio, TX, the official weigh-ins were held for Saturday's HBO Boxing doubleheader: Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. vs. Bryan Vera II, and Orlando Salido vs. Vasyl Lomachenko. Former champ Juan Diaz, based in Houston, is in action on the undercard as he continues his comeback.
Check out the full Chavez Jr. vs. Vera rematch weigh-in results. Was there any controversy...
Full weigh in results from San Antonio, TX:
Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. 167.5 vs. Brian Vera 167.5
For the WBO featherweight title: *Orlando Salido 128.25 vs. Vasyl Lomachenko 125.25
Juan Diaz 134.5 vs. Gerardo Robles 134.5
Oscar Valdez 127.5 vs. Samuel Sanchez 126.75
Ivan Najera 136.5 vs. Angel Hernandez 133.25
Alex Saucedo 146.5 vs. Gilbert Venegas 148.5
Jerren Cochran 126.75 vs. Adauto...
Former WBC middleweight titlist Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. dominated Bryan Vera to earn a unanimous decision in their rematch Saturday night at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas. Chavez (48-1-1-1, 32 KOs), who constantly landed overhand rights, officially trumped Vera (23-8, 14 KOs) by scores of 114-113, 117-110 and 117-110. “I made a better fight this time and we won more clearly...
This Weekend, Banner Promotions will be front and center in the boxing spotlight as the company will promote two major shows.First, Friday night in Hammond, Indiana it will be Boxcino 2014; the middleweight quarter-finals that will be televised around the county on ESPN 2 as part of ESPN Friday Night Fights. The fights will originate from the Horseshoe Hammond Casino at 9 pm...
KAZAKHSTAN - IBO/WBA middleweight champion Gennady “GGG” Golovkin will be taking a brief hiatus from action to mourn the February 18th passing of his father. According to ESPN.com, managing director of K2 Promotions Tom Loeffler informed media at the Alamodome that Golovkin is keeping with the tradition in his native Kazakhstan by undergoing a 40-day mourning period following...