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
 
 
 
 
 
BOBBY CHACON 18 FIGHTS ON 5 BOXING DVDS
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Bobby Chacon
WBC Super Featherweight
Chacon-Limon IV became one of the fights of the year and the decade, according to such magazines as The Ring, KO Magazine, and Ring En Espanol, and after 15 rounds Chacon secured a close decision and his second world title in Sacramento.
 
About one and a half years after his wife’s suicide Chacon remarried and bought a large farm with a mansion and, according to what he said at an interview, about 40 horses. He also acquired a collection of Rolls Royce cars and some other vehicles. In between, he and Boza Edwards met for a second time, with his world title on the line, in what The Ring called 1983’s fight of the year. Chacon rose from a knockdown in round one and recovered from a dangerous cut. The announcers, including Ferdie Pacheco, were explicit in saying the fight should be stopped because of the pounding Chacon endured. But Chacon came back to drop Boza Edwards in round twelve and avenge his earlier defeat to the Ugandan former champion. In 1983, Chacon was signed to defend his WBC title in a rematch against Boza Edwards, who was the WBC’s mandatory challenger. Even though WBC rules stated the mandatory challenger should receive a shot at the title, the WBC insisted Chacon fight Hector Camacho in Puerto Rico instead, then stripped him of his title when he refused.
 
Chacon started 1984 with a move up in weight, to the Lightweight division, where he tried to join the exclusive club of boxing’s three division world champions, but was knocked out in three during his challenge against world champion Ray Mancini in Reno. Chacon then beat Carlton Sparrow by a TKO in five rounds and announced his retirement. Chacon came back in 1985 and he won five fights, including one against former world champion Arturo Frias by a knockout in seven, and a knockout in five over Rafael Solis, who had challenged Camacho for the world Jr. Lightweight title that had once belonged to Chacon. In 1987 and 1989 he won one fight each year. He retired in 1989 winning 14 of his last 15 fights.
 
Later life, death
Chacon was placed on probation in 1984 for beating his second of three wives. His life was again marred by tragedy in 1991, when his son Bobby Jr. was killed in a gang slaying. In 1996, he was spotted at a public appearance in Phoenix, Arizona, to see the fight between Oscar De La Hoya and Julio Cesar Chavez. By 2000 he had lost most of his savings and was being cared for by a nurse as he suffered from the effects of dementia pugilistica (boxer’s syndrome). He died after suffering a fall while in hospice care for dementia on September 7, 2016. He was 64.
 
Honors and references
In 1982, he was named comeback fighter of the year by The Ring. His wins over Limon in 1982 and Edwards in 1983, were both named Ring Magazine fights of the year. In 2003, Chacon was included on The Ring’s list of “The 100 Greatest Punchers of All-Time”. Chacon was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in January 2005; he was to be inducted into the West Coast Boxing Hall of Fame later in September 2016.
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