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Canelo Alvarez vs. Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. full fight video highlights

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Watch Canelo Alvarez vs. Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. full fight video highlights from the Alvarez vs. Chavez main event above, courtesy of ESPN.

Alvarez vs. Chavez took place May 6, 2017 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Canelo Alvarez (49-1-1, 34 KOs) faces Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. (50-3-1, 32 KOs) in the main event. Catch the video highlights above.

For more on Alvarez's victory, check out the round-by-round blog from Bad Left Hook below.


Round 1: Here we go! Body shot early from Canelo, right hand got in. Left hook upstairs from Canelo. Chavez with an uppercut, then a hook to the body. Right hand up top from Canelo. Canelo jabbing. Chavez doing a lot of waiting, Canelo not usually a guy who leads, but this was his round. Alvarez 10-9

Round 2: Canelo outboxing Chavez handily so far, but obviously it's still very early. Chavez pushes Canelo to the ropes and his fans get quickly excited, knowing that's where he's got his best chance to do serious work. Chavez landing a few this round, but Canelo matching that, including working a nice uppercut. Canelo's jab has been effective. He's out-throwing Chavez at least 2-to-1 so far. Alvarez 10-9, 20-18

Round 3: Canelo shakes Chavez just a bit with a right hand. Jab, jab, jab. He's picking Chavez apart right now. Canelo puts together a combo that busts Chavez's nose. Chavez with a couple shots, but Canelo fights off the ropes and goes to the body with a hook. Alvarez 10-9, 30-27

Round 4: Canelo continues picking Chavez apart here in the first minute of this round. Chavez is too slow in every way, including mentally. Canelo now starting to beat him up a bit. Chavez has no answers. Alvarez 10-9, 40-36

Round 5: Canelo is just in complete control. Chavez struggling to even start figuring out what to do here. He's getting banged around and made to look silly. Alvarez 10-9, 50-45

Round 6: Total punches landed: Canelo 102, Chavez 25. Canelo continues to pop away. Chavez gets him to the ropes, and his fans get loud again, but he takes two steps back and does nothing. Canelo has gotten into his head. Chavez can't pull the trigger and is unsure of what to do at any point. Chavez/Beristain game plan here is topping Canelo’s game plan against Mayweather. And Roy brings it up, too. Good timing, my dude. Alvarez 10-9, 60-54

Round 7: Chavez lands a couple! Canelo comes back to continue taking him to school. There are some boo birds coming out at the end of this round. Chavez is being embarrassed in this fight. Alvarez 10-9, 70-63

Round 8: Canelo outboxing him again early, but Chavez does get him to the ropes and is trying to open up now. Two steps back, Canelo staying on the ropes and blocking shots. Lands a good counter. Canelo landing more hard combinations as the round wears on and Chavez goes back to aimlessly wandering the ring. This is an utter outclassing. Alvarez 10-9, 80-72

Round 9: And now we're at the point where the HBO commentators begin admitting this "event" is a fraud. Canelo just continuing to outright embarrass Chavez. This isn't a competition. Chavez hasn't won a minute. Alvarez 10-9, 90-81

Round 10: Uppercut from Canelo. He can do what he wants. Chavez's manager miming boxing motions at ringside. Outstanding. Complete wipeout so far. Alvarez 10-9, 100-90

Round 11: Crowd openly booing Chavez at this point. Canelo continuing to put on boxing lessons that Chavez can't pick up. Alvarez 10-9, 110-99

Round 12: Chavez’s effort has been so poor that even Golden Boy can’t really be happy with this. They’ll be happy their guy won, but that’s it. This round is like the rest. Alvarez 10-9, 120-108