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Emirates Arena, Glasgow, Scotland - Ricky Burns (36-2, 11KOs) got a shocking TKO win over undefeated mandatory challenger Jose Gonzalez (22-1, 17KOs) to retain the WBO lightweight crown in ten rounds. Gonzalez appeared to get the better of Burns for most of the fight, but punched himself out after trying to finish off the hurt champion in the seventh, and then it was downhill from there as the Puerto Rican boxer had spent all of his energy. Gonzalez would not come out for the tenth round.
[QUOTE=St. John's Gent;13364110]jajaja funny but inaccurate and misspelled comment............i'm mexican and grew up watching mexican boxing but i've never seen a mexican fighter quit, it seems like your ignorance got the best of you on that one[/QUOTE] :duh:.....your kidding right//:owned:Comment by St. John's Gent on 05-13-2013
[QUOTE=Einstien;13359372]Gonzales must have some Mexican blood.[/QUOTE] jajaja funny but inaccurate and misspelled comment............i'm mexican and grew up watching mexican boxing but i've never seen a mexican fighter quit, it seems like your ignorance got the best of you on that…Comment by [email protected] on 05-12-2013
[QUOTE=Tomasio;13358644]The first 7 rounds Chelo got the best out of Burns([B]he didn't win all 7 but was up),[/B]after that it was ALL Burns to point where he even pocketed Chelo's heart & made Chelo fold like a taco & B…Comment by Einstien on 05-12-2013
Gonzales must have some Mexican blood.Comment by Dr Rumack on 05-12-2013
'Gonzalez Shocks Ricky Burns, Then Quits' might be a better title.Post a Comment - View More User Comments (10)