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CARSON, Calif. cheap jerseys from china . -- The same crowd that cheered Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. into the ring booed him out of it 10 rounds later. After a yearlong layoff, his comeback fight had devolved into a disappointment for an overweight, rusty fighter. Chavez still beat Bryan Vera by unanimous decision Saturday night, and the notorious boxing scion chose to see the positives amid all of that negative energy. "I think its not a good night because people expect the knockout, but I think it was good fight," Chavez said. "I cant see him winning." Chavez (47-1-1) overcame weight struggles and a lively challenge from the unsung Vera to get the decision on all three judges scorecards. Judge Carla Caiz saw it 96-94, Marty Denkin scored it 97-93, and Gwen Adair favoured Chavez 98-92, giving Vera only the eighth and ninth rounds. Not many ringside observers agreed: The half-full StubHub Center crowd, which chanted Chavezs name during the fight, hated the decision and ripped Chavez as he left the ring. "I definitely won seven or eight rounds of the fight," Chavez said. "I was very close to knocking him out like three times in the fight." The Associated Press scored it 96-94 for Vera. The win capped a tumultuous stretch for Chavez, who hadnt fought since Sept. 15, 2012, when he received his first career defeat in a thrilling decision against middleweight king Sergio Martinez. After serving a nine-month drug suspension, Chavez missed the original 168-pound contract limit for his comeback bout with Vera. Chavez struggled just to get to the new 173-pound limit for Fridays weigh-in, looking sunken and drawn as he came in just under the limit. Vera (23-7) and his camp were furious with the verdict, feeling he outpointed Chavez with superior activity and aggression in the 10-round bout. Vera landed 176 of his 734 punches -- throwing more than twice as many as Chavez, who landed 125 of 328 -- while also landing more power shots than Chavez, whose face was swollen and cut by the final bell. "This is the best performance of my career," Vera said. "The weight was never an issue. The game plan was exactly what we did. I was never hurt during the fight." Vera was the aggressor from the opening bell, chasing Chavez around the ring and throwing twice the volume of punches. Chavez, who wouldnt step on HBOs scale before the fight, consistently backed up against his smaller opponent. But Chavez also landed his left hook consistently, setting up short right hands that turned Veras head. The fight turned into a match of Chavezs power with Veras activity, and both fighters did damage -- although Vera dealt much more visible punishment, re-opening the cut that forced a three-week postponement of the fight. The sixth round was a corker, with both fighters trading big shots. Vera appeared to be winning the seventh round, cutting Chavez on the nose during a flurry against the ropes, but Chavez staggered him with a big left hook in the final seconds. Chavez complained repeatedly about head butts and low blows by Vera, who finished the final round aggressively and thrust his arms skyward at the final bell. "Every one of these judges needs to retire," said Veras trainer, Ronnie Shields. "It wasnt an easy fight for Bryan, but come on, Bryan won at least seven or eight rounds." No matter the decision, Chavez showed some rust and conditioning issues in his first bout since losing to Martinez. Chavez took a pounding in the first 11 rounds of that bout before staggering and nearly stopping Martinez in the 12th, possibly falling a few seconds shy of an upset victory. But Chavezs career hit the rocks shortly after that impressive moment. He tested positive for marijuana use, receiving a nine-month suspension and a hefty fine, and he split with respected trainer Freddie Roach and strength coach Alex Ariza. Chavez was ostensibly trained for this fight by his famous father, although the Hall of Famer watched the evenings opening bouts in a tuxedo while broadcasting for Mexican televisions Azteca Deportes. Chavez had hoped to return with another middleweight fight, but realized early in negotiations with Vera that he couldnt get down to 160 pounds any more. Chavez tried to make the super middleweight limit, but gave up several days ago -- and reportedly paid a hefty penalty to Vera on top of Veras $275,000 purse. Chavez, whose purse was $2.5 million, could afford it. Vera is the son and brother of boxers from Austin, Texas. He competed on the reality show "The Contender" before upsetting Andy Lee in 2008, leading to a decent career as a second-tier opponent for numerous 160-pound contenders. Vera revitalized his career in the past 18 months with victories in his last four bouts, including a surprise stoppage of Ukraines Sergiy Dzinziruk in January. cheap jerseys . The Vikings announced Thursday that Priefer will be one of seven holdovers from the previous staff, along with offensive line coach Jeff Davidson, wide receivers coach George Stewart and others. Norv Turner will mark his 30th year of coaching in the NFL as the offensive co-ordinator, as widely reported for weeks, and George Edwards will be the defensive co-ordinator. jerseys from china . Wall made the comment in a speech to a Regina business crowd that included Lesnar. 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Toronto had played a strong game the previous night but was still beaten 3-1 by the visiting Los Angeles Kings. A 5-2 home defeat at the hands of the Boston Bruins started a three-game slide. "We really felt we needed a win," Lupul said of the Chicago contest. "Its a hard stretch for us, a lot of games in a short stretch of time so Saturday night at home with a day of rest, we came into the game feeling like it was pretty close to a must-win for us. Things were kind of starting to snowball the other way." Tied 1-1 after the first period, Toronto outscored Chicago 4-1 in the second to pull ahead for its first win in regulation time since Nov. 19, a 5-2 victory over the New York Islanders. The victory also snapped an eight-game losing streak to Chicago that dated back to February 2003. Jerry DAmigo, Nikolai Kulemin and Phil Kessel also scored for Toronto (17-14-3) before a season-high announced attendance of 19,603 at the Air Canada Center despite a cold, snowy night. Toronto outshot the opposition for just the fifth time this season, holding a 32-28 edge on the night. It was a welcome sharing on offence for the Leafs, who have had to count on their top line of Kessel, Nazem Kadri and James Van Riemsdyk in recent weeks. Lupul finished with two goals and two assists while Raymond had four assists and Holland two goals and an assist on a breakout night for the newly assembled Leafs second line. Patrick Kane, with two, and Brandon Saad replied for Chicago (23-7-5), whose league-best offence sputtered on the night. The Blackhawks had arrived riding a three-game win streak during which they had outscored the opposition 19-6. The Hawks were also 9-0-2 against Eastern Conference opposition. "We were not very good," said Chicago coach Joel Quenneville. "They were much better than us. We got what we deserved tonight. We still got ourselves back in the game, 1-1 at the start of the second period and put ourselves in a decent spot.... But basically we got what we deserved because we werent ready to play." The Leafs came into the game in a nose dive, with just two regulation wins in their last 19 outings. It was water under the bridge as they welcomed the Hawks with a season-high seven-goal scoring spree. The lack of pushback in the St. Louis performance had been a particular low for the Leafs. "They werent very proud of our performance. They knew we didnt do a lot of things that we set out to do," Carlyle said of the Blues game. "I thought our hockey club responded the way they needed to respond. They took responsibility for our actions and thats a good sign. The most encouraging thing for us tonight was our work ethic and we stuck to out system and played it." The game was Carlyles 100th as Leafs coach, improving his record at the Toronto helm to 49-40-11. Toronto captain Dion Phaneuf returned to the lineup after serving a two-game suspension for boarding Boston defenceman Kevan Miller. The Leafs revolving door kept turning, however, as forward David Clarkson was handed a two-game ban earlieer in the day for an illegal hit to the head of St. cheap nfl jerseys. . Louis forward Vladimir Sobotka. Finnish rookie Antti Raanta got the start again for Chicago in the absence of the injured Corey Crawford and Nikolai Khabibulin. He was pulled from his eighth career NHL game with the score 5-2 after two periods in favour of Kent Simpson, a 21-year-old from Edmonton making his NHL debut. "I think you could say that Chicagos goalies had a rough night ... and you have to take advantage of that when it comes your way," said Carlyle. It was a horrific start for the Blackhawks, who drew three straight penalties in the first period. But some indiscipline by the home team later in the period evened the score. Toronto was on its second power-play before Chicago got its first shot on net, some seven minutes into the game. Holland made the Hawks pay for the Andrew Shaw tripping call, tapping in a Lupul feed across the crease after a nice pass by Raymond at 7:14. "Not the start we wanted, getting the penalties and getting down a goal, then probably thinking too much offence as the game went on," said Kane. "The start wasnt good, especially the first 10 minutes. Three penalties kind of takes you right out of the game. "We tried to fight back and get ourselves into it but it was too little too late." Toronto faced a 58-second five-on-three after Raymond was called for tripping behind the Chicago goal while killing off a penalty to Holland. The Blackhawks scored 29 seconds later when a sprawling Phaneuf redirected Kanes pass from the side of the net past Jonathan Bernier into the goal at 16:14. It was his 18th goal of the season and marked the eighth straight game Chicago has scored on the power play. Kane, the leagues first star in the month of November, has collected points in eight straight games and 20 of his last 21. Van Riemsdyk could have made it 2-1 near the end of the period but, with a good portion of the Chicago goal empty after a pretty passing sequence, he couldnt connect on a Kessel feed that took a nasty bounce. Toronto had the first five shots of the game but the shot count was tied at 11-11 after 20 minutes. DAmigo made it 2-1 on the Leafs 13th shot just 42 seconds into the second period when he tucked in a Kulemin rebound that dropped out of Raantas glove. It was the first goal of his six-game NHL career. Both the puck and DAmigos stick will be displayed in a frame soon. "You guys cant see it but Im just going crazy inside here now," said DAmigo. A Chicago goal minutes later was called off for being directed into the goal by a Hawks hand (and then Phaneufs stick). Holland scored his second at 12:09 of the second period, left to finish all alone after taking a nice pass from Raymond. Kane replied at 13:30, snapping a wrist shot past Bernier after a Toronto turnover in the neutral zone. But Kulemin restored the Leafs two-goal advantage at 14:36, on a low shot from a Jay McClement feed. Lupul increased the lead to 5-2 on the power play, tipping in a Jake Gardiner shot from the point for his ninth of the season at 17:08. Simpson gave up a goal on his first shot when Lupul, just 28 seconds in, beat him from the faceoff dot after doing some good digging behind the goal. Holland had a chance at his hat trick but shot wide on a breakaway. Seconds later, Saad pulled one back for Chicago with a tip-in at 7:38 for his 12th of the season. Kessel made it 7-3 at 8:35 with a quick shot from the slot for his 17th of the season. Toronto heads to Pittsburgh next for a game Monday. 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