By Pablo Fletes, notifight.com
Two-time world champion Roman "Chocolatito" González of Nicaragua, and promotional company Prodesa, have decided to part ways.
On Monday, Gonzalez and Silvio Conrado Jr., president of Prodesa, met to discuss the working relationship that they developed during Gonzalez's career, which began in July 2005. And they agreed to go their separate ways.
"It was a quiet meeting. Everyone will go their way, Roman wants to be an entrepreneur and then continue his career with another team," said Conrado. "Everything is fine between us, but now we're going to keep working, but as representatives of Teiken Promotions in Nicaragua."
Under the direction of Prodesa, "Chocolatito" achieved one of the most successful careers in the history of boxing in Nicaragua, with an impressive record of 39-0 with 33 knockouts. He won the minimum and junior flyweight titles of the World Boxing Association (WBA), and became the first challenger to flyweight crown of the World Boxing Council (WBC), which is held by Japanese champion Akira Yaegashi.
Over the weekend, Gonzalez posted on his Facebook account a video in which he talks about a new working relationship with Rosendo Alvarez, who runs promotional company "Buffalo Boxing" with his wife Ruth Rodriguez.