Boxing: Omar Chavez was unrecognizable! This is how he ended after the fight against Rafael Ortiz

Omar Chvez’s return to the ring was a failure, even for his father Julio Csar Chvez, who did not stop giving him indications from his corner, although the defeat by unanimous decision was imminent, after 12 boxing episodes.

However, what called the attention was not his defeat against Rafael Ortiz, whom he could have knocked out in the first rounds, but the way his face ended, after a series of blows from his rival.

The result was as expected, Omar Chavez’s face was completely swollen after the final bell.

Even through social networks, the 32-year-old fighter revealed the damage left by the fight days later in his Instagram account, where his left eye was practically closed and his two cheekbones with pronounced bruises that left him unrecognizable. He even had a scratch or two.

Omar Chvez’s return to the ring was a must, even for his father Julio Csar Chvez who did not stop giving him indications from his corner, although the defeat by unanimous decision was imminent, after 12 episodes of boxing.

However, what called the attention was not his defeat against Rafael Ortiz, whom he could have knocked out in the first rounds, but the way his face ended, after a series of blows from his rival.

The result was as expected, Omar Chavez’s face was completely swollen after the final bell.

During the fight, the ‘Businessman’ dealt with the punishment that Rafael Ortiz gave him, since most of the punches were directed to the face of the youngest son of the Chavez dynasty and although he tried to keep a closed guard, some punches did connect with his target.

It is worth mentioning that his opponent did not have the same facilities as Omar Chavez, as he revealed that his preparation cost him because of his job.

Rafael Ortiz works as a waiter

Omar Chavez’s rival suffered during the fight, despite being better during several episodes of this contest, however, he had a reason for not showing up with the same condition as other elite boxers.

“I prepared myself a month and a half. I work as a waiter in a restaurant. When I finished working I would start training,” said Rafael Ortiz.

However, Ortiz did not show any tiredness or fatigue from the hours of work he surely had prior to his fight and managed to defeat the son of the Mexican boxing referent.