Bobby Chacon 18 Career Boxing Fights On 5 DVDs With Menus
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              BOBBY CHACON 18 fights on 5 boxing DVDs
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Bobby Chacon vs Castillo
Bobby Chacon vs Olivares
Bobby Chacon vs Del Campo II
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BOBBY CHACON 18 fights on 5 boxing DVDS
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Bobby Chacon (born November 28, 1951, in Pacoima, California) is an American former two-time world boxing champion.
Chacon turned professional in 1972 and won his first 19 fights, including a win against former champion Jesus Castillo. Fourteen months into his professional career, Chacon faced world champion Ruben Olivares but lost the bout when Olivares scored a ninth round knock out.
After suffering his first defeat against Olivares, Chacon won his next four bouts, then faced off against cross town rival and future champion Danny Lopez. Chacon outboxed Lopez and stopped him in the ninth round.
On September 7, 1974, Chacon won the vacant WBC Featherweight title by defeating former WBA Junior Lightweight champion Alfredo Marcano in nine rounds at the Grand Olympic Auditorium in Los Angeles. During his first period as a world champion, Chacon got to meet, and like, what many refer to as the sweet life. He became an alcoholic, and he loved partying. His clashes with law became matters of public knowledge, and his life went on a wild downward spiral.
Chacon lost his tile in his second defense against arch rival Ruben Olivares. Almost immediately after his loss against Olivares, he fought the first of his four fight rivalry with another world champion, Rafael "Bazooka" Limon. They would engage in what some boxing experts and historians have described as one of the fiercest and most spectacular boxing rivalries in history. Limon beat Chacon in their first bout by a decision.
Chacon then scored nine straight wins, leading him to a third match with Olivares. This time, Chacon defeated Olivares in their 12 round bout by a decision. In Chacon's next fight, he lost an upset decision to Arturo Leon. Chacon rebounded by scoring victories over Ignacio Campos, Augie Pantellas, Gerald Hayes and Shig Fukuyama. He then fought to a technical draw in a rematch against Rafael Limon.
In November 1979, Chacon received a shot at the WBC title, versus world champion Alexis Arguello. Arguello defeated him by a devastating knockout after Chacon suffered a bad cut in the seventh round.
In 1980, Chacon had only one fight, but it was a significant one. He beat Limon in their third bout, and the WBC once again made him their number one challenger.
In 1981, Arguello had left the title vacant and gone up in weight to pursue the world's Lightweight title. Limon then beat Idelphonso Bethelmy by a knockout in 15 in Los Angeles to win the WBC world Jr. Lightweight championship. In his first title defense, he lost it by a decision to Ugands's Cornelius Boza Edwards, who, in turn, defended his title against Chacon on his first defense. In a televised bout, Edwards retained the world title by a knockout in the thirteenth round.
Chacon would go on to win five in a row in 1982, including a rematch victory over Arturo Leon, which kept him as the number one challenger, but then a dramatic development outside the ring would change his life forever: Chacon's wife, Valorie Chacon, flew to Hawaii on February of that year, hoping to convince him to leave boxing and move there if she found them good jobs. She was able to find a job, but unable to convince him to join her in Hawaii, so she flew back. She pleaded for him to leave the sport but wasn't able to convince him to do so, and one night before he boxed Salvador Ugalde, she grabbed a rifle and shot herself, dying instantly. Chacon went through with the fight and KO'ed Ugalde in the third round. He dedicated his win to his deceased wife.
Two more victories would follow, and then came his fourth and final bout with Limon. Limon had regained the world's Jr. Lightweight title by beating Rolando Navarrete by a knockout in 12 rounds. Navarrete, for his part, had won the title by beating Edwards by a knockout in five in Italy.
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Bobby Chacon vs Lopez
Bobby Chacon vs Marcano
Bobby Chacon vs Olivares II
Bobby Chacon vs Meza
Bobby Chacon vs Pantellas
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Bobby Chacon vs Mancini
Bobby Chacon vs Montana
Bobby Chacon vs Frias
Bobby Chacon vs Solis
Bobby Chacon vs Jones
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Bobby Chacon vs Limon II
Bobby Chacon vs Arguello
Bobby Chacon vs Edwards
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Bobby Chacon vs Limon IV
Bobby Chacon vs Edwards II