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#chocolatitoboxing #romangonzalez #boxinghighlights #jeffjacksonboxing ** NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED ** Follow me on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/jeffjacksonbestboxing/ Support me on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/jeffjacksonboxing September 5th, 2014. On this day, undefeated P4P King Roman Gonzalez aka “Chocolatito” takes on Akira Yaegashi (八重樫東) who looks to retain his WBC World Flyweight Championship. Both fighters were World Champions in 2 weight divisions; Gonzalez at Minimumweight & Light Flyweight while Yaegashi at Minimumweight & Flyweight. Prefight records; Gonzalez 39(33)-0, Yaegashi 20(10)-3. Entering the bout, Yaegashi had wins over the likes of Pornsawan Porpramook, Toshiyuki Igarashi, Edgar Sosa & Srisaket Sor Rungvisai. On the other hand, the undefeated Chocolatito had notable victories over notable oppositions in Katsunari Takayama, Yutaka Niida, Eriberto Gejon, Manuel Vargas, Ronald Barrera, Ramon Garcia Hirales, Omar Soto, Omar Salado, Francisco Rodriguez Jr, Juan Francisco Estrada, Francisco Rosas (2x). From the early goings, Gonzalez mostly dominated the bout en route to a TKO9 over the highly courageous Yaegashi in his own backyard of Japan; a rarity for foreign fighters competing in Japan against a reigning Japanese World Champion. To his credit, Akira was very game for 9 rounds and managed to connect with a few good shots every now and then although it was not nearly good enough to make a difference. After the loss, Akira Yaegashi moved down to Light Flyweight to compete for a world title again and in December 2015 he decisioned Javier Mendoza to win the IBF World Light Flyweight Champion to Triple Crown World Champion. With this victory, Gonzalez won his 3rd world divisional title. He made 4 successful defenses of the title against top oppositions in Rocky Fuentes, Edgar Sosa, Brian Viloria & McWilliams Arroyo. On September 10th 2016. he moved up to 115 pounds to take on Carlos Cuadras aka “Principe”. After 12 competitive rounds, Chocolatito won a close UD to win the WBC World Super Flyweight Title. His triumph over Cuadras made him World Champion in 4 different weight classes; Minimumweight, Light Flyweight, Flyweight & Super Flyweight. Please enjoy this simple highlight of one of Roman Gonzalez’s greatest wins and remember to subscribe! Muchas gracias.
#chocolatitohighlights #romangonzalez #romangonzalezhighlights ** NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED ** Follow me on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/jeffjacksonbestboxing/ Support me on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/jeffjacksonboxing September 10th, 2016. The current No. 1 P4P best fighter Roman “Chocolatito” Gonzalez challenges Carlos “Principe” Cuadras for Cuadras’ WBC World Super Flyweight title. This is the 4th weight division in which Chocolatito competes in and had previously won world titles in 3 different weight divisions since making his debut in July 2005. In this fight, the student of the legendary Alexis Arguello looks to become a 4 weight division world champion. Gonzalez and Cuadras were both undefeated going into this fight. Alexis Arguello, arguably the greatest Nicaraguan fighter to ever lived was also a 3 weight world champion and attempted to become a 4 weight world champion when he moved up to 140 pounds to challenge Aaron “The Hawk” Pryor for the the WBA Light Welterweight title. A fight in which Arguello was leading in the scorecards by the end of Round 13 but in Round 14, Pryor came out with renewed vigor and strength to overwhelm Arguello. It was however, a controversial fight due to the presence of the infamous “black bottle” given by Panama Lewis to Pryor which is said to contain illegal substances used to provide Pryor with renewed energy; giving him an unfair advantage over Arguello. Further controversies surfaced when a drug test was not conducted on Pryor to determine if Pryor was given banned substances. However, in a September 1983 rematch Pryor was the clear KO winner and had tested clean going into the fight. Thus, Gonzalez aims to achieve what his idol Arguello could not although Arguello was very close to lasting the distance, en route to a decision victory. As an amateur, Gonzalez has a perfect record of 88-0 and going into the fight his professional record was still perfect at 45(38)-0 and had won world titles in the Mininumweight, Light Flyweight and the Flyweight divisions. The Nicaraguan warrior had notable victories over Yutaka Niida, Katsunari Takayama, Francisco Rosas, Manuel Vargas, Juan Francisco Estrada, Ramon Garcia Hirales, Francisco Rodriguez Jr, Rocky Fuentes, Edgar Sosa, Brian Villoria and McWilliams Arroyo. Carlos Cuadras was a star amateur boxer; a Gold Medalist in the Bantamweight division at the 2007 Pan American Games with an overall amateur record of 160-10. Since making his pro debut in May 2008, he had won various regional and minor titles. His big break came in May 2014 when he won the WBC World Super Flyweight strap, beating Wisaksil Wangek via TD. And made 6 successful title defenses from September 2014 to April 2016. Going into the fight, Cuadras’ was also undefeated at 34(27)-0-1. Cuadras’ notable wins include Armando Santos, Johnny Garcia, Jose Salgado, Victor Zaleta, Wisaksil Wangek, Luis Concepcion, Richie Mepranum and Koki Eto. This is a highly exciting fight and considered to be Chocolatito’s toughest fight to date. It is filled with great flurries, exchanges and overall excitement in this magnificent bout! On March 2017, a rematch between these two fighters will take place. Cuadras have vowed to score a knockout victory over the current No. 1 Best P4P Fighter in the sport and handling his first defeat. What are your predictions? Let me know! Remember to comment, rate and subscribe! Keep your punches up!
Naoya Inoue vs Roman Gonzalez possible very interesting fight in 2018.
#chocolatitoknockouts #chocolatitohighlights #romangonzalez ** NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED ** Follow me on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/jeffjacksonbestboxing/ Support me on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/jeffjacksonboxing October 17th, 2015. On this day, a great World Flyweight Title fight took place between Nicaraguan legend Roman “Chocolatito” Gonzalez and Brian Viloria aka “Hawaiian Punch". Gonzalez’s The Ring, WBC and Lineal Flyweight Titles were on the line. At this time, Chocolatito was widely considered to be the No. 1 P4P Fighter in the World. Prefight records; Gonzalez 43(37)-0, Viloria 36(22)-4. Gonzalez was undefeated going into the bout and was a triple crown World Champion at Minimumweight, Light Flyweight and Flyweight. He had beaten top oppositions in Akira Yaegashi, Omar Soto, Rocky Fuentes, Edgar Sosa, Manuel Vargas, Ramon Garcia Hirales, Omar Salado, Yutaka Niida, Katsunari Takayama, Francisco Rodriguez Jr, Juan Francisco Estrada and Francisco Rosas (2x). Viloria on the other hand had won world titles at Light Flyweight and Flyweight, and had notable wins over Omar Soto, Omar Niño Romero, Julio Cesar Miranda, Giovani Segura, Carlos Tamara, Eric Ortiz, Gilberto Keb Baas, Ulises Solis, Jose Antonio Aguirre and Hernan Marquez. From the opening bell, both fighters went to war; throwing and connecting with their best shots. Viloria was knocked down in the 3rd round from a thunderous Chocolatito right hand. It was the 1st knockdown of his boxing career - in his 281st fight (amateur and pro). Viloria showed tremendous determination by coming back strong after rising up from the canvas, and continued to engage Chocolatito in an all out war. In the 9th round, he managed to wobble him badly with a pulverizing body shot. But Gonzalez, in his own display of fighting heart recovered and stopped Viloria with his vaunted punches in bunches in the very same round! After one more successful defense against McWilliams Arroyo in April 2016, Roman Gonzalez moved up to Super Flyweight. In September 2016, Gonzalez triumphed via a competitive UD to bag the WBC World Super Flyweight Title against Carlos Cuadras to become World Champion in 4 different weight classes; Minimumweight, Light Flyweight, Flyweight & Super Flyweight. Hope you guys enjoy this highlight of this explosive bout, and be sure to subscribe boxing heads!
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