Julio Caesar Chavez punished Camacho’s son in his last fight

Guadalajara (Mexico), June 20 (EFE) .- Julio Caesar Chavez, the best Mexican boxer in history, has punished Puerto Rican Hector Camacho Jr., the son of ‘Macho’ Camacho. One of his fiercest rivals in the last fight of his life.

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“I just want to say thank you very much. I’m not going to go into a ring again at an exhibition. My body is already tired,” Chavez, 58, said after the fight.

The two boxers clashed at the Jalisco Stadium in Guadalajara, a Mexican city in western Mexico. Four rounds with masks.

Chavez, who won the world title in super featherweight, lightweight and super lightweight, was always on the offensive against the convicted Camacho Jr.

Julio Caesar Chavez tried to punish Puerto Rican’s liver, he nodded and tried to respond with a combination.

In the fourth round, Chavez wanted to remove the mask, but his family did not allow it, so he ended the exhibition fight against the son of one of his former rivals.

In addition to his fights, the card featured his sons Omar and former world middleweight champion Julio Caesar Chavez Jr.

Brazilian mixed martial arts legend Anderson Silva defeated Chavez Jr. by a split decision.

Silva, who has had his third fight in boxing since 2005, at the age of 46, has been confident in the ring, with good combinations on Chavez Jr.’s head, with a cut on his right eyebrow.

Silva’s record is two wins, one knockout and one defeat, while Chavez Jr. has 52 wins, 34 defeats, five defeats and one draw.

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Ramon Innocent Alvarez, brother of Canoelo Alvarez, defeated Omar Chavez by 29 runs, 16 knockouts, eight defeats and three draws, while Chavez scored 38 wins, 25 fast tracks and six losses. And a draw.

The fight started when both boxers tried to knock their opponent out, but in the fourth round The accidental head cut off Butt Chavez’s right eyebrow, which benefited ‘Innocent’ and defined the fight.

Johansson Alvarez, the son-in-law of ‘Canolo’, made his professional debut by winning the technical knockout against Eric Hernandez.

At the age of 17, Super Featherweight dropped strong shots from the first moments so that the referee stopped the fight against his opponent within three minutes, enjoying his first fight as a professional.

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