2016 BOXING fight – Juan Carlos Sanchez Jr vs Edivaldo Ortega – full fight Video

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3 Star RatingReview by AllTheBestFights.com: 2016-04-02, pretty good fight between Juan Carlos Sanchez Jr and Edivaldo Ortega: it gets three stars.

The former Ibf super-Flw champion Juan Carlos Sanchez Jr entered this fight with a boxing record of 21-4-1 (9 knockouts) and he is ranked as the No.18 super bantamweight in the world. He lost to Cesar Juarez last year (=Sanchez Jr vs Juarez) but then he beat Jhon Gemino.
His opponent, the undefeated Edivaldo Ortega, has an official record of 23-0-1 (11 knockouts) and he entered as the No.16 in the same weight class. He has already fought once in 2016 winning over Alexander Cazares. ‘Zurdito’ Sanchez vs Ortega is on the undercard of Moises Fuentes vs Rommel Asenjo. Watch the video and rate this fight!


Date: 2016-04-02

Where: Auditorio Blackberry, Mexico City, Mexico

Division: super bantamweight (122 lbs, 55.3 kg)

Result: Click here to show the fight’s result
Edivaldo Ortega def. Juan Carlos Sanchez Jr (unanimous decision, 96-93, 98-93, 99-91)



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2 comments on “2016 BOXING fight – Juan Carlos Sanchez Jr vs Edivaldo Ortega – full fight Video”

  1. One sided fight, I gave Ortega all the rounds. The only exciting moment happened at the very end of the 9th round with a very hard kd. Ortega, set a trap with his back against the rope… Sanzhez thought he finally saw an opportunity, but it was a mirage!.. Next thing he really saw was a tremendous right uppercut (a punch I didn’t see him throw until then I think) coming right at him. The referee count was very slow and he gave a few more seconds to Sanchez to recover while his team was taking care of his mouthpiece… but clearly he was out. The 10th was entertaining with both guys finally going all out.


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