Next fight of Daniel Jacobs is not determined yet.
Special Guest: Eddie Hearn; speaks on Chavez Jr., Jacobs next options; What Haymon is like; If he runs No Context Hearn; Oscar De La Hoya; Canelo next fight; & much more.
Full video of the battle, which took place on December 20 in Phoenix, Arizona, and in which the former middleweight champion Daniel Jacobs (36-3, 30 KOs) made his debut in the super middleweight division against another former world champion Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. (51-4-1, 33 KOs). On the eve of the fight, Chavez has exceeded the limit by nearly 5 pounds and was forced to give his opponent $1 million from his $3 million purse.
Julio Cesar Chavez, Jr. (51-3-1, 33 KOs) was unable to meet the super middleweight limit at the weigh-in ceremony before his fight against Daniel Jacobs (35-3, 29 KOs). Now the fight will take place in the catchweight of 173 pounds. The Mexican was 172.7 pounds, the second heaviest of a 16-year career. For that Chavez Jr. will give a million dollars out of its purse to the American. Now, after paying a fine, Chaves' purse will be $2 million.
On November 16 or 23 on the boxing evening from DAZN in New York former middleweight champion Daniel Jacobs (35-3, 29 KOs) will return to the ring. This was stated in an interview to ESPN by Keith Connolly, boxer's coach.