Photos: Giovani Segura Bombs Out Jonathan Gonzalez

Former two-division world champion Giovani Segura resurrected his career with a fourth-round knockout of previously unbeaten Jonathan 'Bomba' Gonzalez on the road Saturday evening in Carolina, Puerto Rico. Disaster soon struck for the 22-year old Puerto Rican, whose chin would get a workout in round two. Segura was relentless in his pursuit of the local prospect, flooring him twice in the round but unable to put him away. The moment Gonzalez conceded real estate in the fourth, the fight was over. Segura put the local prospect down for the third time in the fight, this time for good as Gonzalez never made it back to his feet. The official time was 2:25 of round four. The win puts Segura's record at 30-3-1 (26KO), Gonzalez loses for the first time in his young career. His record now falls to 13-1 (11KO). Photos by Joel Colon.


User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by The Big Dunn on 08-19-2013

[QUOTE=Cuauhtémoc1520;13663752]They should have never matched up Gonzales with Segura, tough fight for the young kid. TVAzteca commentators are hilarious, they are so biased...[/QUOTE] yup. too much too soon. Segura is a tough muthaphucka!

Comment by Cuauhtémoc1520 on 08-19-2013

They should have never matched up Gonzales with Segura, tough fight for the young kid. TVAzteca commentators are hilarious, they are so biased...

Comment by Elinmortal on 08-18-2013

pr haves no good trainers thank god del valle is with nacho

Comment by mex602 on 08-18-2013

segura vs gallo or chocolatito will be nice....

Comment by STREET CLEANER on 08-18-2013

I have said it was to early for Gonzalez for the likes of Segura. He was used to fighters react to his punches and is not used to a fighter that can take it, stay in the pocket and dish…

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