The five-time world champion in four divisions, Roman 'Chocolaito' Gonzalez is promising to put all of his skills on display when he faces Juan Francisco Estrada in a rematch on March 13 at the American Airlines Arena in Dallas, Texas.
The WBC, WBA super flyweight world titles will be at stake.
Gonzalez (50-2-0, 41 KO's) and Estrada (41-3, 28 KO's) collided for the first time on November 17, 2012 - with Gonzalez retaining his WBA junior flyweight title with a twelve round unanimous decision. The scores were 118-110, 116-112 and 116-112.
For years there was talk of a rematch - and now the second fight is becoming an actual reality.
Gonzalez believes that's already achieved all of his career goals. He's the only four division world champion from Nicaragua in boxing history.
"I am very happy, very happy. I think there is nothing to continue demonstrating. I feel that I have already reached the top of what I had to achieve, I reached my dream of being world champion. I am very happy because God has helped me to be where I am and I feel very satisfied with everything," said Gonzalez.
During his career, the WBA super flyweight world champion has defeated 20 Mexican fighters, with the last one being Israel Gonzalez (25-4, 11 KO's) in Mexico City on October 23.
He feels very confident in getting a repeat win over Estrada.
"I already know how he boxes, everything is going to be seen from the moment the bell rings. It is really going to be a very tough fight and you are going to see that when the fight happens. When you prepare the best you can physically and mentally - you do things well at the moment of the fight. Everything will be seen at the moment of the fight. We will fight with great intelligence, throwing punches. The important thing is to be in good condition, that is what will help me at the time of the fight," Gonzalez said.
Estrada has vowed to knock Gonzalez out in the rematch - but the Nicaraguan star is not interested in trading words.
"I am the type of opponent who doesn't like to talk a lot, I like to wait until the moment of the fight," said Gonzalez.