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Roman Gonzalez-Moises Fuentes Bout Being Discussed

By Miguel Rivera

After a weekend of fights, Zanfer Promotions is now interested in making a junior flyweight fight between Moises Fuentes (16-1, 8KOs) and WBA champion Roman  "Chocolatito" Gonzalez (33-0, 28KOs).

On Saturday night in Puerto Rico, Fuentes had the biggest win over his career with sensational defense of the WBO strawweight title. He knocked out veteran Ivan Calderon in five rounds. At Friday's weigh-in, Fuentes struggled to make weight. After four attempts on the scale, Fuentes finally made the weight. He later said it might be his final fight at 105-pounds.

Gonzalez made an easy non-title fight in Managua. He stopped Stiven Monterrosa in three rounds.

Zanfer promotes Fuentes and has a co-promotional agreement on Gonzalez.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Suavecito80 on 10-09-2012

[QUOTE=el_mas_chingon;12588860]Actually He just did, [B]He Fought Calderon [/B]who had 35+Fights and you saw how that ended, but if he can't stop Chocolatito, Fuentes looses by decision![/QUOTE] Calderon is also way past it. Gonzalez is going to win possibly by KO.

Comment by richardt on 10-09-2012

[QUOTE=Carlos Alberto;12588772]How can a guy who only has 17 fights compete with a guy who has 33 fights?! He can't!!![/QUOTE]You are obviously VERY new to the sport indicated by your lack of knowledge. I can name a good number of…

Comment by el_mas_chingon on 10-08-2012

[QUOTE=Carlos Alberto;12588772]I love Chocolatito, but this is a mismatch!!! How can a guy who only has 17 fights (and very average punching power) compete with a guy who has 33 fights?! He can't!!![/QUOTE] Actually He just did, He Fought Calderon…

Comment by BIGPOPPAPUMP on 10-08-2012

[QUOTE=Carlos Alberto;12588772]I love Chocolatito, but this is a mismatch!!! How can a guy who only has 17 fights (and very average punching power) compete with a guy who has 33 fights?! He can't!!![/QUOTE] Actually Fuentes swears his record is wrong.…

Comment by Carlos Alberto on 10-08-2012

I love Chocolatito, but this is a mismatch!!! How can a guy who only has 17 fights (and very average punching power) compete with a guy who has 33 fights?! He can't!!!

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