By time round seven, Chavez was beating the hell out of Lee with all sorts of power punches including right crosses and hooks from every direction. The referee jumped in to stop the punishment while Lee was against the ropes. Chavez's infighting and body punching skills are well above par; it is almost like he was born with it (couldn't help it). Julio Cesar Chavez Jr is expected to fight the Ring middleweight champion Sergio Martinez this fall.
On another network, NBC Sports, heavyweight "Fast" Eddie Chambers (36-3) lost to Tomasz Adamek (46-2) in a close bout that contradicted the scoring. Chambers left bicep was hurt in the first round and he primarily used his right hand the rest of the way. Fast Eddie demonstrated good defense and did well early, but slowed down in the middle and late rounds. He did not really appeared fatigued, but was unwilling to throw punches as he has done in the past and it may have been due some to his injury.
Adamek did not land many clean head shots, but did get some good body shots in. It looked like a slight win for Chambers, but it was a difficult fight to score. The final scores were 116-112 twice and a 119-110 all for Adamek. The 119-110 score was ridiculous and Adamek even stated afterwards that it was close. Either way, Chambers needed to punch more.
On the undercard of boxing on NBC Sports, heavyweight Bryant Jennings (14-0) defeated Steve Collins (25-2-1) by out landing him 246 to 85 punches with a knockdown leading to a unanimous ten round decision. Jennings paced himself through the fight and may have gotten the knockout if he would have stepped on the pedal just a little more. Also, Jamal Davis (14-8-1) defeated tough fighter Doel Carrasquillo (16-20-1) by unanimous decision in a eight round light middleweight match. The boxers actual had to fight through a six minute round caused by a time keeping error.
Julio Cesar Chavez Jr vs Andy Lee