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Fight Aficionado

Loses his first fight and uses his own laziness as an excuse. And what’s this stuff his trainer is saying about facing tough comp from day one? He KOed a guy with a 1-7 record and another guy with a 1-10 record. Just 5 fights ago he clobbered a guy with a 13-17 record. His comp is no better or worse than other prospects.

Posted December 26, 2012 3:00 pm 


Anonymous

if gonzales get in shape he can be a force at 154 he got the power and chin and solid boxing skills he just got to get his stamina up and get in shape i aint saying he be a elite fighter but he can be a contender

Posted December 23, 2012 12:52 pm 


srminimo

I’m not sold on Gonzalez yet. His body always looks soft, he doesn’t seem to have the hand speed for the next level and he pulls straight back from punches. He does seem to have good power, a hard head and deceiving skills. He better get in shape though!

Posted December 23, 2012 11:38 am 



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