Found September 30, 2013 on The Sports Fan Journal:
On the same night that Adonis Stevenson showed the world he’s more than just a knockout artist, Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. proved that his claim to the Chavez legend his father started is only name-deep and certainly doesn’t extend into the ring. HBO kicked off what will certainly be a boxing fall season for the […]The post Superman Stevenson Soars And Chavez Jr. Plummets appeared first on The Sports Fan Journal.

Brian Vera loses to Julio Cesar Chavez, Jr. by controversial decision

After a full year away from boxing ring activity, and a circus of weight issues before his fight against the tough Brian Vera (23-7, 14KO’s) from Austin, Texas, Julio Cesar Chavez, Jr. (47-1-1, 32KO’s) slipped out of California with a unanimous decision this weekend.  Although he was awarded this decision, most boxing experts and media had Vera winning the fight.  From the...

Julio Cesar Chavez Jr Victory Provides the Controversy HBO Boxing Needs

HBO Boxing delivered big time with Saturday night’s double main event card. It had all of the aspects that modern boxing needs to thrive and keep fans hooked. The fights featured heavy punches, fundamentally sound fighting, toughness beyond measure, an underdog story, a stoppage KO, and a controversial finish. The first of the co-main events featured light heavyweight champion...

Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. vs Brian Vera: We won't think twice about it, once a few more days come and go

Sunday morning outrage as another questionable boxing decision comes down the pike. Suggestion of incompetence, at best, and mutterings of corruption/political favors run wild among boxing fans perplexed by last nights two lopsided scorecards for Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. turned in by Gwen Adair and Marty Denkin. Someone should be held accountable, this is what’s ruining the sport...

Fight Report: Julio Cesar Chavez Jr vs Brian Vera

The “Son of a Legend” Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. (47-1-1, 32 KO’s) of Culiacan, Sinaloa, Mexico would this Saturday night at Carson, California’s Stubhub Center prevail over Texan Brian Vera (23-7, 14 KO’s) by scores of 98-92, 97-93, and 96-94 after ten rounds of boxing.

Julio Chavez Jr. Gets Questionable Win Over Vera

This fight was interesting due to all the out of the ring drama that happens with the name Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. Weight issues, marijuana, minor cuts, and a long layoff, how was Chavez Jr. going to perform. Well I’ll give my perspective of the fight as I was press row and photographing the event […]

Julio Cesar Chavez vs. Brian Vera-Full post fight press conference video

Last night at The Stub Hub Center was another controversial night for boxing as Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. was given a very unpopular decision over Brian Vera in a fight he flatly lost. The judges scored the fight 96-94, 98-92, 97-93 in which two judges gave Jr. the majority of the rounds…even though Vera landed more punches overall in the fight. Being there press side, it is important...

Poll shows 0 of 60 press who think Julio Cesar Chavez Jr beat Bryan Vera

Bryan Vera Wants Rematch Against Chavez Jr: This past Saturday, Bryan Vera put on an amazing performance that should have propelled him to a victory over former WBC Middleweight champion Julio Cesar Chavez, Jr. Vera won the fight overwhelmingly on all social media sites and from all press accounts, and friend and partner the Fight Score Collector did a poll showing...

Chavez beats Vera by decision

Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. won a unanimous decision over Bryan Vera on Saturday night in his return to the ring from a yearlong absence. Chavez (47-1-1) overcame weight struggles and a lively challenge from the unsung Vera to get the decision on all three judges' scorecards, winning 96-94, 97-93 and 98-92. "I definitely won seven or eight rounds of the fight," Chavez...

Julio Cesar Chavez, Jr. Handed Disputed Decision Over Brian Vera

(Chavez Jr., left, after weighing in for his fight against Brian Vera; photo credit: Chris Farina/Top Rank) Sometimes the more compelling match ups in boxing are accompanied by back stories, grudge matches and pre-fight shenanigans. It seems to be better for the long term (and even short term) health of the sport when the antics are innocuous or light hearted.  But with...

Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. Still a Huge TV-Draw Despite Recent Controversy

After a week full of controversy surrounding his ever fluctuating weight, Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. may not have put too many fans in the seats at the StubHub Center in Carson, Calif. Saturday night during his bout with journeyman Brian Vera, but he did draw the largest boxing audience on a cable network this year according to Kevin Iole of Yahoo! Sports. Iole said the Nielsen Rating...

Stevenson stops Cloud to keep title

Adonis Stevenson retained the WBC light heavyweight title Saturday night at the Bell Centre when Tavoris Cloud failed to answer the bell for the eighth round after sustaining a cut over his right eye. Stevenson (22-1) successfully defended the title he won in June with a first-round knockout of Chad Dawson. Cloud (24-2), the former IBF champion, also was cut on the left eyelid...

Andre Ward feels Chavez Jr. did not win. Sees the fight as a win for Brian Vera or a draw.

Add Super Middle-weight king Andre Ward to the list of people who felt Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. did not win his fight against Brian Vera on Saturday at The Stub Hub Center. Ward, who called the fight for HBO and was ringside saw a much more intimate portrait of what was going inside the square circle. Ward admits he did not score the fight, but from what he did see, he honestly felt...

Stevenson Outclasses Cloud Saturday To Win By TKO

MONTREAL, QUEBEC - I knew Cloud looked uneasy in that staredown…  Adonis Stevenson exhibited Superman qualities to defeat Tavoris Cloud by TKO and retain the WBC light heavyweight title Saturday night in Montreal. Stevenson dominated the pace for the duration of the bout inflicting damage on Cloud’s eyes as early as round one. Busier, faster, and moving well, Stevenson put together...

Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. vs Brian Vera-Full results

Full results from Los Angeles, CA Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. def. Brian Vera via UD (96-94,97-93,98-92) Jose Ramirez def. Daniel Calzada via UD Matt Korobov def. Grady Brewer via UD Diego Magdaleno def. Edgar Riovalle via UD Gabino Saenz def. Dominic Coca via TKO Karim Mayfield def. Chris Fernandez via KO in R8 Daniel Sandoval def. Richard Gutierrez via UD (80-72,80-72,80-72) Oscar Valdez...
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