Oscar De La Hoya vs Julio Cesar Chavez 2 Full Highlights


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De La Hoya would ultimately defeat Chavez once again after Chavez’s corner opted to end the fight between the eighth and ninth rounds, officially giving De La Hoya the victory by referee technical knockout at 3:00 of the eighth round. Unlike the first fight in which Chavez was injured early in the first round and was unable to keep up with the younger and faster De La Hoya, Chavez was much more competitive this time around.

The two fighters fought several close rounds though at the time of the stoppage De La Hoya had the clear advantage as one judge had him ahead by the score of 79–73 (seven rounds to one) while the other two judges scored the fight 78–75 (five rounds to two, one even). De La Hoya opened up a small cut above Chavez’s left eye, the same one that had been injured in their previous fight, though it did not deteriorate any further like in the first fight.

The fight’s eighth and final round was action-packed, as both fighters traded shots and threw a combined 173 punches with De La Hoya landing 45 to Chavez’s 38. However, as in the first fight, Chavez took a brutal beating and was forced to quit on his stool due to all the damage he had received through the entire contest.

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