NBA Finals Ads


Watch Julio Cesar Chavez Jr vs Jason Lehoullier Live Streaming

Watch Julio Cesar Chavez Jr vs Jason Lehoullier live streaming fight on Saturday 12 September at the Palenque De La Feria, Nuevo Vallarta, Mexico through PayPerView. A fight where two boxers with the unenviable task of continuing to carve a career as a professional boxers.

Julio Cesar Chavez Jr, son of the great Chavez Sr, will try to maintain his unbeaten professional record when he faces Jason ‘The Hammer’ Lehoullier in ‘Latin Fury 11’ a bill promoted by Top Rank. This contest should have taken place in Mexico on 25 July 2009 but Chavez picked up a rib injury whilst training for the original contest. Chavez should have the majority of the support in his home country in this 10 round Super Welterweight Contest.

Chavez has been fighting professionally since the age of 17 and has a near perfect record of 39 wins and only 1 draw in his 6 year career.A draw against Carlos Monlina in Monterrey, Mexico in December 2005, is the only hiccup. The camp should be confident going into this fight after an unanimous points victory over previously undefeated Luciano Cuello. Chavez Jr is no stranger to big time boxing promotions having fought on many occasions where his father topped the bill.

‘The Hammer’ Lehoullier is 8 years older than Chavez Jr but has only fought almost half as many fights. Lehoullier has only boxed 23 times since turning pro in 2001 but has won 21 of them. ‘The Hammers’ last two fights saw him draw against Jose Luis Gonzalez for the vacant NABA Light Middleweight title and a lose against Harry Joe Yorgy for the vacant IBF International Light Middleweight title.

Other fighters on the bill at the Palenque De La Feria in the ‘Latin Fury 11’ bill include WBO Miniumweight Champion Donnie Nietes against Manuel Vargas and Z Gorres taking on Cruz Carbajal.

Most experts are predicting the fight of the night could be when WBO 105 pounds Champion Donnie Nietes steps into the ring against Manuel ‘Chango’ Vargas, the Interim WBO Champion at the same weight. Nietes who hails from the Philippines has 24 wins from his 28 contests, including 14 victories by way of a knockout. He is giving away an height advantage but is unbeaten in his last 11 fights. Mexican born Vargas at 5ft 6” is 3” taller than Nietes, lost in his pro debut in March 2000 before recovering to have a record of 26-3-1.

The other top bout see’s world ranked star Z Gorres take on tough guy and former world title challenger Cruz Carbajal in a 10 round contest. Philippine professional boxer Z ‘The Dream’ Gorres fights out of the southpaw stance. He has a professional record of 29-2-2. One of the defeats was a shot at the WBO Flyweight title against Fernando Montiel in Feb 2007. The fight took place in Gorres home town and he lost the fight after being deducted 2 points late on for holding.Cruz Carbajal from Veracruz, Mexico has an impressive knockout record of 25 stoppages from his 29 wins, but also has 16 losses and 2 draws to his name. He is a former WBO Bantamweight champion but enters the ring with only 1 win in his last 5 contests.


Post a Comment

Design by Wordpress Theme | Bloggerized by Free Blogger Templates | coupon codes