Jonathan Gonzalez Ready For All Comers at 154-Pounds
By Giancarlo "Mr. Boxing" Oquendo / @MRBOXING1
Super welterweight contender Jonathan Gonzalez is training hard for his upcoming bout on May 1 at the Hialeah Park Race Track in Hialeah, Florida. Gonzalez will be facing Mexican veteran Rogelio Medina (32-5-26 KO’s).
González ( 17-0-1-14 KO 's) already has a plan laid out for his opponent whom he described as the kind who likes to apply pressure.
"This fight will be a good one, as you all know my opponent is a strong puncher who applies pressure and my plan will be apply intelligent pressure on him to make him go backwards and I saw that he doesn’t fight very well going back," said Gonzalez to Mr. Boxing.
Gonzalez is clear that a good perfomance would get him big-name opponents and it sounds like his next fight could be broadcast on Showtime.
"If we do well, we'll be back in the big fights on Showtime, and I'll fight anyone at 154. Whatever name they give me we're going to take, and I am ready for anyone and ready to be a world champion," Gonzalez said.
I remember seeing this guy after the fight.... went straight to the buffet I sat behind his promoter too... annoying as guyComment by EZ E on 04-04-2014
Lazy, no motivation, nobody here on the island believes in him until he man's up!!Comment by SnakeVen0m on 04-04-2014
[QUOTE=Hougigo;14393784]Isn't this guy the one that came in like 10 pounds overweight?[/QUOTE] Yea, it might have been even moar than that. If I recall it was on his HBO debut against Dzinziruk (however you spell his name). It's a shame,…Comment by ChampBox@PR on 04-04-2014
[QUOTE=Hougigo;14393784]Isn't this guy the one that came in like 10 pounds overweight?[/QUOTE] Yeap! Thats him!Comment by Hougigo on 04-04-2014
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