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Roman Gonzalez Tells Juan Francisco Estrada To Bring It!

By Pablo Fletes, notifight.com

As his next fight nears, Roman "Chocolatito" Gonzalez (36-0, 30KOs) is ready for a rematch with WBO/WBA flyweight champion Juan Francisco Estrada. This Sunday in Tokyo, Japan, Gonzalez will face Mexico's Oscar Blanquet in a flyweight bout. Last November, Gonzalez won a twelve round unanimous decision over Estrada, who then moved up to flyweight and won the WBO/WBA titles from Brian Viloria. Gonzalez himself has since moved up to flyweight.

"I want to face Estrada. He has been talking a lot about me. He says he wants to fight me, that he wants a rematch and I hope we can do it soon," said Gonzalez from Japan. "I want to take Estrada's championship belts. I know it will be a tough fight, but I hope we can meet soon to prove who is the best flyweight now. Estrada says he is the best at flyweight. I know he's strong and we will have a good working plan for when we meet again."

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by mex602 on 11-08-2013

[QUOTE=Suavecito80;13912107]Close fight but Roman won clearly. He came down in weight like pac turds say he shouldn't have signed the contract. Just because people think Roman won doesn't mean that Estrada is a bad fighter. Like I said if they…

Comment by Suavecito80 on 11-08-2013

[QUOTE=cabalas;13912087]The fight between Estrada y Gonzales was very close so many can argue that Estrada really deserved to win. Do not forget also that Estrada went one division lower thus it could have affected him a little and it is…

Comment by jio999 on 11-08-2013

Here's some highlights of the first fight very close affair also was a hell of a war [url]http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=yZ2QU2Vj6ik[/url]

Comment by cabalas on 11-08-2013

The fight between Estrada y Gonzales was very close so many can argue that Estrada really deserved to win. Do not forget also that Estrada went one division lower thus it could have affected him a little and it is…

Comment by Thurman on 11-08-2013

Ali Raymi is coming for you big boy.

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