Julio Cesar Chavez Jr
Julio Cesar Chavez Jr
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Julio César Chávez Carrasco (born February 16, 1986 in Culiacán, Sinaloa, Mexico) is a Mexican professional boxer and the former WBC Middleweight Champion. He's the son of retired four-time world boxing champion Julio César Chávez and older brother of welterweight Omar Chávez. On June 4, 2011, Chávez, Jr. defeated WBC Middleweight Champion Sebastian Zbik to win his first world title at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. Taking a major step toward establishing his own legacy while his famous father looked on. Chávez, Jr. fought against Sergio Martínez on September 15, 2012, at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas for the Unified WBC and The Ring Middleweight Championship. Martínez out worked and out landed Chávez throughout the first 11 rounds of the fight in dominating fashion. Though Chávez had his moments trapping Martínez in the corner on the ropes, Martínez fought Chávez and used his fast lateral movement to avoid and neutralize Chávez's offensive attack. After 11 dominant rounds from Martinez, Chávez hurt Martínez in the twelfth round, sending him to the canvas half way through the round. Martínez got up with a little over one minute left in the fight and continued to throw and trade with the Mexican champion, despite being fatigued and clearly hurt. Martínez managed to hold and survive the thrilling 12th round. Martínez won the fight by unanimous decision, by the scores of 117-110, 118-109 and 118-109. It was later revealed that Martinez had fought with a broken left hand since the fourth round. After the fight, Chavez tested positive for cannabis. As a result, he received a fine of $20,000 and was indefinetely suspended by the World Boxing Council.

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