Gabe Rosado Keeping Options Open For BKB or Boxing
By Ryan Burton
On Saturday evening junior middleweight/middleweight contender Gabe Rosado stopped Bryan Vera in the 6th round of the main event of BKB's pay-per-view event that was held at the Mandalay Bay Events Center on the Las Vegas Strip. BKB fights are fought inside of a 17' diameter put instead of a traditional boxing ring.
Shortly after his victory, Rosado said that he was keeping his options open and said that he welcomed a defense of his title but also didn't rule out a return to the squared circle.
"I don't know right now. I am just enjoying the moment. I am a fighter and I am a businessman, so whatever makes sense but I definitely would love to defend this title at BKB, man," Rosado told BoxingScene.com.
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My next move gon be special***55357;***56841;***55357;***56495;— Gabriel Rosado (@KingGabRosado) August 21, 2014 Back in the gym baby***55357;***56495;***55357;***56394; http://t.co/o4SkdjWxnS— Gabriel Rosado (@KingGabRosado) August 19, 2014Comment by theface07 on 08-21-2014
Nice KO! Vera didn't show any respect or skills and got dropped. Rosado controlled distance well and set Vera up nicely. The gladiator circle worked well for him. Maybe Rosado should fight Chavez Jr. for the Burger King Belt. He…Comment by SUCIO416 on 08-21-2014
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In Burger King he is champ so let him stay there and defend his tittle, he had close but little success getting a real title in the squareComment by P4Pking32 on 08-20-2014
What do you guys think about the BKB circle ring ??? No ropes....Post a Comment - View More User Comments (12)