The body jab is a versatile attack used primarily to catch opponents off guard and help set up additional shots. But last Saturday night against Jeison Rosario,@twincharlo showed that it can inflict serious damage as well.
Looking at the clip, you will see that Jermell Charlo's second jab lands on the lower epigastric region of Rosario's abdomen. This is where a complex bundle of nerves called the celiac plexus (more commonly known as the solar plexus) resides. Among other functions, these nerves transmit pain sensation from all over the gastrointestinal system, making the plexus a very sensitive part of the body. In fact, blocking the celiac plexus using anesthetic medications is a common procedure performed by pain management physicians for certain conditions including gastrointestinal cancers.