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Jonathan Gonzalez, Jose Pedraza Co-Headline on 10/28

By Rey Colon

The president of the Universal Promotions, Javier Bustillo, announced his plan to stage and event on 28th of October in Guayama, with two unbeaten Puerto Rican boxers, Jose Pedraza and junior middleweight Jonathan 'Butter' Gonzalez (14-0, 13KOs) in separate bouts. Pedraza will first return on August 19th in Ponce, where super flyweight Cesar Seda will return against Yan Barthelemy. Bustillo wants to get title shots for several of his boxers in 2012.

"That's what we're brewing for in 2012 and I hope that Thomas Dulorme and Butter are fighting for world titles. They are well advanced and ranked, " Bustillo said.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Kannabis Kid on 08-15-2011

Lol what triangle theory did I use? I said Gutierrez was able to tag up Gonzalez easily I never mentioned how Johnson dominated Gutierrez did I?

Comment by richardt on 08-09-2011

Kannabis Dickweed - pull your head out of your a$$ just once pea brain. If you knew a damn thing about Boxing, you would not be using triangle theories you stupid little child.

Comment by Kannabis Kid on 08-09-2011

Are you two fags the same person or what Put Gonzalez in there with Yudel Johnson on a FNF then we see whats up. I think Johnson takes him quite easily because Richard Guiterrez was tagging Gonzalez up pretty easy…

Comment by richardt on 08-08-2011

Dolorme and Gonzalez are genuine talents with the type of advanced skills you see in fighters with 30 plus fights. They have future star potential. And the future might be closer than we realize.

Comment by PRBOXINGCOTTO on 08-08-2011

good to see them, go for titles next year

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