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 Last update:  5/2/2012       Read more by Marcelino Castillo         
   
Roman Gonzalez Could Be Facing Ryo Miyazaki Next
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By Marcelino Castillo, notifight.com

Roman "Chocolatito" Gonzalez (32-0, 27KOs) is still relishing his recent victory over former world champion Ramon "Prince" Garcia of Mexico. Gonzalez retained his WBA junior flyweight title last Saturday in California with a four round stoppage of Garcia.

"Chocolatito" is planning to stay at 108-pounds, for the moment, and there are ongoing discussions to face an undefeated Japanese challenger in his next fight, with a good purse being provided.

"We are negotiating the fight, and making sure that things are better in my career," he said. "For now rule I'm going to rule out a move to 112-pounds. I want to be the super world champion of the WBA with five defenses of the crown. Chances are that we may fight in June or July in Japan, that's what I want," Gonzalez said.

International promoter Akihiko Honda would promote the event. The opponent being discussed is local prospect Ryo Miyazaki, unbeaten in 16 fights, with three draws and 10 knockouts.

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comment by lopez36, on 05-02-2012
[QUOTE=bigcursedawg]That would be fireworks for sure. I would really like to see him fight Ioka next year if he plans to stay at 108.[/QUOTE] i just read an interview he gave in spanish and he said he struggled to make 108 and he went in weighing 122 for the fight,i think he's forcing himself ...

comment by Mastrangelo, on 05-02-2012
I'm really glad he stays at 108, still couple of good fights for him, with Miyazaki being one of those. I saw some clips and he definitely has some skills, I'm glad it's happening. Then I would hope unification with Nietes could happen, that would be really something.

comment by bigcursedawg, on 05-02-2012
[QUOTE=lopez36]would like to see him move up and face tyson marquez that would be a good fight[/QUOTE] That would be fireworks for sure. I would really like to see him fight Ioka next year if he plans to stay at 108.

comment by lopez36, on 05-02-2012
would like to see him move up and face tyson marquez that would be a good fight

comment by JKidd2624, on 05-02-2012
Hope this fight gets streamed back to the States. Gonzalez is a hell of a fun fighter to watch. As he gets older and moves up weight classes, hopefully he lands some network fights on HBO or Showtime to get some recognition.

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