Julio Cesar Chavez Jr loses and is defeated by Ultimate Fighting Championship legend Anderson Silva | boxing news


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Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. lost again after losing to UFC legend Anderson Silva on Saturday night in Mexico, and the son of the all-time great Mexican player slipped back to his latest defeat in an increasingly bizarre set of results late in his career to Silva, who successfully crossed into Boxing ring of mixed martial arts. Silva won by split decision after an eight-round battle during which Chavez Jr., in his 60th pro fight, was sorely tired. Twenty-four hours ago Chavez Jr. failed to balance the limit, and his opponent incurred a $100,000 fine. Then the 46-year-old, trapped in a Southern claw, hit him, and by the third round, he was content to keep his hands by his hips and taunted the more experienced Chavez Jr. for engaging. Silva landed hard in the fourth round, by which time Chavez Jr appeared to be struggling to make an impact. By day six, the Brazilian visitor was routinely hitting the Mexican. Chavez Jr. was bloodied in the final round – two out of three judges favored Silva (77-75, 75-77, 77-75). In recent years, Chavez Jr. infuriated his ringside father when he oddly pulled out during his fight. against Daniel Jacobs. Then losing to unknown contender Mario Abel Casares in return to Mexico, Silva had two boxing matches before – losing his debut in 1998 and then winning in 2005 – but is one of the greatest mixed martial arts champions of all time. Live on Sky Sports in his fight against Masayoshi Nakatani of Las Vegas next weekend.


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