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In a Fight-of-the-Year candidate, consensus #1 pound for pound fighter in the world, “Chocolatito” Gonzalez claimed a title in a fourth weight class against Carlos Cuadras in what was the toughest and roughest encounter of his career. Golovkin vs. Jacobs happens Saturday, March 18 live on pay-per-view beginning at 9pm ET/6pm PT. Subscribe to HBO Boxing YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/hboboxing HBO Boxing on Instagram: http://instagram.com/hboboxing HBO Boxing on Snapchat: https://www.snapchat.com/add/hboboxing HBO Boxing on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hboboxing HBO Boxing on Twitter: https://twitter.com/HBOboxing HBO Boxing Podcast on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/hboboxing HBO Boxing Official Site: http://www.hbo.com/boxing HBO Sports on HBO GO® http://itsh.bo/ij8oqS. Inside HBO Boxing: http://www.insidehboboxing.com/
When Manny Pacquiao stopped Miguel Cotto in 2009, the Filipino phenom not only became the welterweight champion, but also the first fighter to win seven titles in seven divisions. Fast-forward eight years, and Manny Pacquiao will defend that same WBO crown against top contender Jeff Horn July 1 in Australia.
#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!
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It seemed like Gonzalez was going to retire, I think he should have done, but obviously he's not retiring yet, might be good to see him fight again. Gonzalez is a truly great fighter, 4 weight world champion, 16 world title wins, at one point, a lot of people ranked him the best boxer in the world, but after winning 46/46, he took on a dangerous fighter, lost a close decision, in a very close fight he survived being dropped and hurt in round 1, fought tooth and nail, but not only lost, but took a massive amount of damage having already had 46 fights, and in the rematch, he looked poor, mentally unstable for 3 rounds, and was then brutally knocked out cold in round 4. Gonzalez is 31, he's not young at all for a grown flyweight, and he looked shot in his last fight, I think he is very old for his age, his all action style did make some of fights gruelling even though he won and was impressive. Gonzalez might have benefited from the rest, wear and tear and punch resistance wise, that is, and 31 is not that old for any weight, he might have a little bit left in the tank, and if any fighter can get away with a break, not suffer from ring rust, it is experienced fighters, but still, a whole year out is much longer than ideal. Gonzalez was supposed to fight Guevara in May, that didn't happen for some reason, I think Guevara is better than Fuentes, which suggests Gonzalez will benefit from the change of plan, but 9 months should have been more than enough rest time, and the extra 3 months is just more inactivity, more ring rust, and even more importantly, we know from his last 3 fights, a loss and a very hard fought victory, that moving up to 115 was a mistake, he carried the weight built up from 105, to 108, to 112 well, but when it came to 115, maybe he did the weight wrong, but definitely to an extent, and maybe completely, he isn't really big enough for super fly, fly?, yes, super fly?, no, Gonzalez was going to fight Guevara at 112, which would have benefitted him, but staying at 115, I think is the wrong move.
Fuentes is good, been a world champion, won the WBO at 105 when he beat Raul Garcia in 2011, defended it twice, beat Ivan Calderon, drew with Donnie Nietes before losing the rematch, he's a good fighter, but he has 5 losses, his last fight was against Daigo Higa, in February, he was knocked out in 1 round. Fuentes has lost 3 of his last 4 fights, he lost to Tanaka at the end of 2016, he was stopped, and it was a bit of a mismatch I think, he then lost an MD to Ulises Lara, but knocked him out in 1 round the rematch, and then of course he lost to Higa. Fuentes's form hasn't been great, his last 3 world title fights havs been stoppage losses, this is not a world title fight, I don't think there is even a title at stake, but can Fuentes beat or come close to beating a fighter of Gonzalez's calibre (even with Gonzalez's defeats and inactivity circumstances) based on him being stopped by Nietes and then stopped by Tanaka and Higa in mismatches? Fuentes is 5'6-7, he was a giant strawweight, he probably really struggled to make 105 and couldn't when he fought Nietes, but he was good at 108. Fuentes has been all over the place weight wise in the past few years, he has been at 108, but also as high as 122, this fight is at 115, so a balance, his last fight was at 112, but he has been at this weight twice, above it twice as well, and being so tall, he should be strong at 115, but still, he has not been consistent, and when you keep going up and down in weight, it isn't great.
Fuentes is 30, slightly younger than Gonzalez, is he fresher?, he might be, but he has been knocked out a few times of course, he is coming off a knockout loss as well as Gonzalez, he has taken quite a lot of damage in his career. I think the weight works in Fuentes's favour, I think he's stronger at 115 than Gonzalez. Although he is less active, and at a probable slight weight disadvantage, I think Gonzalez is still a level above Fuentes, he's had the more successful career, won a lot more world title fights, has beaten the better fighters overall even though Fuentes beat Calderon, has less losses, he was more consistent at his best, and I think he is still the far better fighter.