translated from Spanish: Julio Cesar Chavez defends his son for giving up the fight

After the match, Julio César Chavez Jr was transferred to a hospital to be valued for his nose injury where he was confirmed to have suffered a fracture, making it difficult for him to breathe something that caused him to leave the duel with Jacobs. At his departure from the ring much of the still-present hobby manifested himself against Jr after the ugly way he lost the match, throwing objects at him from the stands at a degree that forced him out quickly and covered in safety. You may be interested: Julio César Chávez Jr loses by technical knockout to Daniel JacobsYa in the hospital with his father’s company, Julio César Chávez shared a photograph on his Twitter account where he is seen accompanying his son with a worrying face. All this along with a message to all those people who didn’t share the idea that Chavez Jr was making a good fight. 

With all due respect to the Phoenix, Arizona hobby: Now I don’t agree with you, my son was making a competitive fight and he was winning, unfortunately comes a headbutt and an elbow and has a broken nose and right now he will undergo surgery. pic.twitter.com/MOCWPfy2k7 — Julio César Chavez (@Jcchavez115)
December 21, 2019

«With all due respect to the Phoenix, Arizona hobby: Now I don’t agree with you, my son was making a competitive fight and he was winning, unfortunately comes a headbutt and an elbow and has a broken nose and right now he will undergo surgery.» Until before the start of the fateful 5th round, Chávez Jr was counterattacking Jacobs, though not with accurate punches if he managed not to take so much damage. The Sinaloense was more than two years old without a high-demand match that when he had the opportunity, the lack of activity cost him too much.





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