By Elisinio Castillo
WBC flyweight champion Roman "Chocolatito" Gonzalez (44-0, 38KOs) is very motivated to capture a fourth divisional title.
In 2015, Gonzalez finally made the move to the American market with two fights televised on HBO. He made his network debut in May with a two round destruction of former champion Edgar Sosa. He returned on October 17th to break down another former champion, Brian Viloria, in nine rounds.
After Floyd Mayweather Jr. retired in September, most experts labeled him as the best pound-for-pound fighter in the world.
At 28-years-old, Gonzalez has captured world titles in three weight divisions and he wants more.
A move to 115-pounds is a possibility in 2016 and a rematch with WBA/WBO flyweight champon Juan Francisco "Gallo" Estrada.
"With the motivation of taking care of my family, I have worked hard every single day in boxing. Right now I want to seize the opportunity of a fourth world title. I do not take anything for granted.," Gonzalez told George Ebro. "I want that fourth crown. There is talk of a rematch with Gallo Estrada, there are many plans and possibilities ahead. What I do is keep training like a horse in the gym."
"There are many good fighters and the world has taken notice. But there is still a lot to do. I myself, now with HBO, everyone knows me. Before that I fought a lot in Mexico and Japan, but it is true that people are talking a lot more about the lower weight divisions."