Super Middleweight Debutant, Daniel Jacobs Humbles Chavez Jr. To Ridicule

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Julio Cesar Chavez Jr disgraced after calling it a quit in the fifth round with Daniel Jacobs
disgraced after calling it a quit in the fifth round with

Former two-time middleweight world titlist Daniel Jacobs made a successful debut in the super middleweight division as he made the overweight Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. quit after the fifth round Friday night at Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix.

When the fight ended abruptly with Chavez, the favorite of the largely Mexican and Mexican-American crowd, refusing to go on, spectators rained boos on him and pelted the ring with debris. When Chavez left the ring, people in the crowd of about 10,000 continued to throw things at him in an ugly scene.

Chavez said he quit because he had a broken nose. Regardless, Jacobs had begun to take it to Chavez, who also quit after nine rounds in a 2015 fight with Andrzej Fonfara.

“They won’t let me enjoy my victory,” Jacobs said as he was being protected from objects flying into the ring. “I never ran and I never will, but I will duck these beer cans.”

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