Julio Cesar Chavez, Jr. vs Jason Lehoullier Video

Julio Cesar Chavez, Jr. KOs Jason Lehoullier

Category: Boxing


Julio Cesar Chavez, Jr. son of the greatest Mexican boxer in history proved that he is a chip off the old block by dismantling his opponent Jason Lehoullier 2:43 into the first round of their junior middleweight fight at El Palenque de la Feria in Tepic, Nayarit, Mexico on September 12.


At the opening bell, Chavez wasted no time letting his opponent feel his Latin Fury by targeting Lehoullier’s body and sending the latter to the canvas for the first time in his career.

Lehoullier beat the 10-count but Chavez was unrelentless on his assault pummeling the American on the ropes until referee Ruben Carrion mercifully stopped the fight at the 2:43 mark.

Julio Cesar Chavez, Jr. now sports a still unbeaten record of 40 wins (30 by KO) and 0 loss while LeHoullier falls to 21 wins (8 by KO), 2 losses and 1 draw.

His next fight is reportedly against Irishman John Duddy in December.

Here’s the video of the Julio Cesar Chavez, Jr. vs Jason Lehoullier fight:


In the undercards, Filipinos Donnie Nietes and Z Gorres won their respective fights against Mexican opponents Manuel Vargas and Cruz Carbajal. Nietes has succesfully defended his World Boxing Organization (WBO) minimumweight crown.


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6 Responses to “Julio Cesar Chavez, Jr. KOs Jason Lehoullier”

  1. pete Says:

    No video yet sir?


    ark Reply:

    Please bear with me. I’m still looking for it.


  2. ace Says:

    that was such a dissapointing fight… it really could have been a good fight… jason landed some good hits… but he was stunned and chavez was not about to let him come back… whether jason would have won or not, i dont think the ref should have called it when he did…


    ark Reply:

    I think the referee did the right thing. Lehoullier was doing everything except effectively defending.


    ace Reply:

    after watching it again about 40 times… you’re right… I was routing for LeHoullier because Im in the same boxing club as him… and I remember the fight going down differently than it did…. I still wish he hadn’t called it though… it could have been a good fight… Lehoullier was fighting well, even after the knock down but Jr landed some really good hooks and definitely stunned him I just wish he could have held off for the extra 13 seconds of the round…


    ark Reply:

    When Lehoullier landed some good shots of his own, I think that’s when Chavez woke up and decided to slug it out. Actually, it was Lehoullier who first delivered a haymaker but Chavez was able to survive it and delivered his own which proved to be the turning point of the bout.


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