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Roman Gonzalez vs. Kazuto Ioka Ordered By The WBA

By Hilmar Rojas

The junior flyweight "super champion" of the World Boxing Association, Nicaraguan Roman "Chocolatito" Gonzalez, and Japan's Kazuto Ioka, who holds the "regular title" at the weight, have been ordered to face each other in order to establish one true champion at the weight. The two sides were given until February 23 to reach an agreement. Gonzalez, 25-years-old, has accumulated a spectacular record of 34 wins, 28 of them by knockout, and no defeats. For his part, the Japanese champion also has an undefeated record with 11 wins and 7 of those coming by knockout.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by IronDanHamza on 01-25-2013

Very excited for this fight!

Comment by Hougigo on 01-25-2013

[QUOTE=MJ223;12951623][B]Best bet is Japan..... Gonzalez has said he would go there (again) plus his promoter is from Japan not to mention Ioka is from there also It probably sells best there as well[/B][/QUOTE] If it does, I hope they put…

Comment by ddangerous on 01-25-2013

[QUOTE=MJ223;12951332][B]Sh1t just got real!!![/B][/QUOTE] :lol1: Yes, it did.

Comment by Japanese Boxing on 01-25-2013

Ioka gonna be da best again.

Comment by bigcursedawg on 01-25-2013

[QUOTE=MJ223;12951623][B]Best bet is Japan..... Gonzalez has said he would go there (again) plus his promoter is from Japan not to mention Ioka is from there also It probably sells best there as well[/B][/QUOTE] This fight will be huge in Japan,…

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