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Noe Gonzalez Knocks Out Ruben Padilla in Uruguay

By Nicholas Samuilov, notifight.com

Uruguayan Noe "El Carbonero" Gonzalez (27-1, 19KOS), prevailed over tough Mexican Ruben Padilla (18-3) in nine rounds with a technical knockout to retain his silver super middleweight title of World Boxing Council (WBC) in an exciting battle that headlined a card at Estadio Cr. Gaston Guelfi/ Palacio Peñarol in Montevideo, Uruguay. The event was promoted by Sampson Boxing LLC and Sergio Marquez Boxing Productions LLC.

Gonzalez often landed his right hand to Padilla's jaw to keep him back and later added occasional hooks to the body. In the ninth, Gonzalez hit a powerful right cross on the button, which forced Padilla down to a knee. American referee Steve Smoger had seen enough and intervened to stop the contest at 2:16.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by montevideokid on 05-15-2011

viva uruwashas.uruguayan women are the most beautiful in the world and they are the undisputed world champions of sex. they will break you down and punish you.

Comment by montevideokid on 05-15-2011

viva motevideo, viva noe, viva uruguay muthafukers.

Comment by montevideokid on 05-15-2011

uruguayans are pacifists with balls, we like to drink mate, dance and fuk, we can scrap and kick ass if you mess with us.

Comment by montevideokid on 05-15-2011

viva uruguay.... go noe we support you here in australia,uruguay badly needs someone to look to at the moment, finally a uruguayan boxer to support. does anyone know any other uruguayan boxers?

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