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Brandon Gonzales Signs With Gary Shaw Productions

NEW JERSEY (April 3, 2014) - Gary Shaw Productions has just signed undefeated Super Middleweight contender Brandon "Flawless" Gonzales to a promotional agreement..
 
Gonzales had a successful 2013, going 3-0 on the year with three decision wins. He feels Shaw can get him the big fights he's been seeking.
 
"I know Gary can deliver the big fight," said Gonzales (18-0-1, 10KO), whose last ring performance was a win over previously unbeaten Jonathan Nelson last November. "All I want is an opportunity to accomplish my goal of becoming a word champion.  I've worked my way up the rankings by winning tough fights and now I'm ranked #3 by the IBF.  I feel the urgency to take my career to the next level and that's why I signed with Gary Shaw. Together I know we can do big things."  
 
Gonzales is highly ranked among the alphabet organizations but was in need of the right opportunity to proceed with his future. Shaw feels he has the ability to get him in a meaningful fight in the immediate future.
 
"Brandon Gonzales is a fighter with a lot of heart and talent and I'm happy he's part of the GSP family now," said Shaw, whose fighters have been appearing on network TV far more often in recent months. "He's highly ranked and a nice win will get him in position to fight for a world title. I look forward to Gonzales being in some big fights.  

"He's a tremendous individual who I have a lot of respect for because he's come up the hard way, winning fights without the support that most contenders have on the way up. We will be making an announcement shortly on what's next for Gonzales."
User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by richardt on 04-03-2014

Neither guy deserved to win and neither did enough to win. A fighter has assume some control to win and they both fell short. A draw was appropriate. One fighter did not start early enough and the other could not…

Comment by Hougigo on 04-03-2014

I thought it was Johnathan "Buboy" Gonzalez.

Comment by Weebler I on 04-03-2014

[QUOTE=theinfamous;14391484]Well, he beat Oosthusin (should be stripped by now) so should already be champ. [B]Ward has most of the other belts. [/B] He at least he should be getting paid. Not sure who he'll fight unless Ward moves up since…

Comment by ShoulderRoll on 04-03-2014

He deserved the nod against Oosthuizen. It was a close fight but he did more.

Comment by richardt on 04-03-2014

[QUOTE=theinfamous;14391484]Well, he beat Oosthusin (should be stripped by now) so should already be champ.[/QUOTE]He didn't beat Oosthuizen, it was a draw. Gonzales took the lead and then faded down the stretch and Oosthusin took the later rounds and they both…

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