WBA featherweight world champion, Chris John, defended his title with a win rate over the Indonesian challenger, David "Cino" Jordan on Sunday (04/17/2011).
Three judges gave numbers 112-116, 112-116, and 111-117, all for the victory of Chris John.
The second meeting of Indonesian boxer in Hall D Kemayoran, Jakarta, this place full of emotion. Since the fourth round, both fighters engaged in buying and selling blow in the middle of the ring.
At the beginning of the fight, both fighters still do venture with jab punches towards his opponent's face and body. Entering the second half, David Jordan took the initiative with a series of hook and upper cut punches to the body of Chris John.
But the fourth round, Chris John who appear aggressive. He did not bother beating a younger opponent and continue to bombard the stomach and the face of Jordan with an upper cut and hook hard.
The wealth of experience playing it profitable to Chris John. Banjarnegara origin boxer has a richer accumulation of punches, which are difficult to anticipate by Jordan. In addition, Chris John proved to have enough stamina to support these boxing style.
In the eighth round, both Chris John and his opponent are both threw hard punches to the face. However, in the ninth round, Chris John looked tired and began to save more energy. However, this can not be utilized Jordan who also began to run out of stamina and lose the sense to open defense of Chris John.
Round-11 was marked by attacks from Jordan. However, this is exploited Chris John to do a lot of counter punches on the face of Jordan. Chris did embrace tactics to quell attacks Jordan streak.
Aware left behind in the acquisition of numbers, Jordan directly ambushed Chris John early in the 12th round. However, Chris John did not want to lose his reputation by serving the hard game of Jordan. Only, it is also an experienced boxer with a tactical retreat, and embrace, which makes his opponent's frustration.
With this result, Chris John fight record 45 wins and 2 times the draw with 22 knockouts. As for David Jordan fought 27-2 record with 21 knockouts.