2015 BOXING fight – Jose Uzcategui vs Julius Jackson – full fight Video

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3 Star RatingReview by AllTheBestFights.com: 2015-10-06, entertaining fight between Jose Uzcategui and Julius Jackson: it gets three stars.

Jose Uzcategui entered this fight with a professional boxing record of 23-1-0 (19 KOs=83%) and he is ranked as the No.16 super middleweight in the world. He suffered his first loss in 2014, when he faced Matt Korobov (=Korobov vs Uzcategui), but he came back to win in 2015 beating Daniel Eduardo Yocupicio.
His opponent, the undefeated Julius Jackson, has a perfect record of 19-0-0 (15 KOs=79%) and he entered as the No.66 in the same weight class. He fought twice last year winning over Crispulo Javier Andino and Jonathan Nelson. ‘Bolivita’ Uzcategui vs Jackson is the main event of the evening. Watch the video and rate this fight!

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Date: 2015-10-06

Where: Cowboys Dance Hall, San Antonio, Texas, USA

Division: super middleweight (168 lbs, 76.2 kg)

Result: Click here to show the fight’s result
Jose Uzcategui def. Julius Jackson (TKO at 0:45, round 2)

 

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Official video:

Official highlights

8 thoughts on “2015 BOXING fight – Jose Uzcategui vs Julius Jackson – full fight Video”

  1. All the punches connected with perfect accuracy were power ones. Jackson a very good boxer too hasn’t opportunity for recovery at all. Jose a boxer to watch closely in the future.

  2. Holy sh…! That very first right hook landed by Uzcategui was terrific! Nothing Jackson could do after that…

    1. the second count was absolutely ridiculous though, the ref stopped counting twice lol It didn’t change anything in the end.

      1. It reminded me of Bute-Andrade 1… when Marlon B. Wright did the same thing to save Bute.

  3. The cook got fried! That was great :) I don’t think I have ever seen a ref stopping his count to say to the guy who’s still up to go back, resulting in a 20 count almost. Uzcategui, I’ll try to remember this name :)

    1. I have…and Tony Weeks was right to do so in this case. You are to remain in the neutral corner until the referee says ‘box.’ Weeks did the right thing, and is one of my favorite referees in the sport currently. I was sad that his flat top wasn’t as crisp as normal-Tony’s flat top is only rivaled by Julian Jackson’s in the history of boxing haircuts…

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