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Son of the Legend Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. (35-0-1, 28 KOs) scored an eighth round TKO over Jose Celaya (31-4, 16 KOs) in a bout for the WBC Continental America super welterweight title on Saturday night at the Domo de la Feria in León, Guanajuato, Mexico.Chavez dropped Celaya with a big left hook in round two, but Celaya with a bad mouse under his left eye fought back gamely. Celaya's tactic of switching between orthodox and southpaw stances, however, began to give Chavez problems. In the ensuing rounds it was Celaya outfoxing and outlanding Chavez, although it was Junior landing the harder shots. In the end, though, it was Chavez' power that made the difference as he finally dropped Celaya again with a right hand in round eight and Celaya, with his face badly busted up, told referee Rocky Burke that he had had enough moments later after absorbing another wicked right. Time was 2:14. "I wasn't myself," said Junior afterward. I know I have it in me. Ths was just a bad night. I know I can do a lot better."

 

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Should be a easy fight for Chavez, im pretty sure his next fight will be a bigger one against a quality opponent.
 

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Should be a easy fight for Chavez, im pretty sure his next fight will be a bigger one against a quality opponent.
i realy hope so brutus, id say he's ready to make that step up!

there guys world champion just now who have had less fights and experience.

i want to see him fight alfonso gomes or joel julio next.
 

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i realy hope so brutus, id say he's ready to make that step up!

there guys world champion just now who have had less fights and experience.

i want to see him fight alfonso gomes or joel julio next.
I think Gomez kicks his butt Tommy thats why they shied off fighting him
 

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I think Gomez kicks his butt Tommy thats why they shied off fighting him

i rate gomez quite highly to C.J thats why i wouldn't mind seing it, IMO it would be a 50-50 fight.
 

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In a very tough fight, Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. (35-0, 28KOs) stopped Jose Celaya (31-4, 16KOs) in eight round at the Domo De La Feria in Leon, Guanajuato, Mexico.

In the first round, Celaya started well by switching between the orthodox and southpaw stance to land some decent punches to the head of Chavez Jr.

Chavez came back in the second by landing a crushing left hook to drop Celaya. Chavez tried to finish him off, but Celaya was able to fight his way out of trouble. Celaya then came back to win the third with some slick boxing and began switching between the orthodox and southpaw stance to win the fourth.

Celaya began to show his experience as a solid amateur by outhustling Chavez with crisp counters, but Chavez's punches were bruising up the entire face of Celaya. Chavez was being outworked in most rounds. Still, he was landing the bigger punches, which were causing the most damage.

In the eight round, Chavez dropped Celaya again with a hard right hand and went for the finish. The two fighters began trading punches as Celaya, who could not see out of his closed right-eye, walked away in the middle of an exchange, after Chavez landed a punch on the right eye, and quit.
 

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Still havent seen the fight but it sounds like a dissapointing performance by Chavez, the kid can still punch tho.
 

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Son of the Legend Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. (35-0-1, 28 KOs) scored an eighth round TKO over Jose Celaya (31-4, 16 KOs) in a bout for the WBC Continental America super welterweight title on Saturday night at the Domo de la Feria in León, Guanajuato, Mexico.Chavez dropped Celaya with a big left hook in round two, but Celaya with a bad mouse under his left eye fought back gamely. Celaya's tactic of switching between orthodox and southpaw stances, however, began to give Chavez problems. In the ensuing rounds it was Celaya outfoxing and outlanding Chavez, although it was Junior landing the harder shots. In the end, though, it was Chavez' power that made the difference as he finally dropped Celaya again with a right hand in round eight and Celaya, with his face badly busted up, told referee Rocky Burke that he had had enough moments later after absorbing another wicked right. Time was 2:14. "I wasn't myself," said Junior afterward. I know I have it in me. Ths was just a bad night. I know I can do a lot better."

 

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I cant imagine alot of people actually bought this Fight .. it was like 35 $ on PPV .. and I saw like 1 Commercial for it but I know Chavez is pretty sick saw him a couple of times
 

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Chavez looked like shiiiiiiT! He was getting his ass tagged until he finally got going a little. Like I said. Gomez would absolutely dominate this protected child.
 
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