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    BY MIGUEL ITURRATE


    Rungvisai vs Gonzalez 2 Results - The StubHub Center in Carson, California played host to HBO Boxing on Saturday night that put the super flyweight division firmly in the spotlight.

    Roman "Chocolatito" Gonzalez was looking for redemption and his lost WBC world super flyweight title against Thailand's Sor Rungvisai. From the opening bell the champion Rungvisai looked extremely confident and both men threw the kitchen sink at each other throughout. Gonzalez was trying to attack but Rungvisai stood his ground and threw body punches. In round five, Rungvisai dropped Gonzalez, who got up on shaky legs. The second time Rungvisai landed, Gonzalez would not get up. Rungvisai scores a stunning fifth round stoppage to retain his WBC world title.

    The co-feature saw WBO world champion Naoya Inoue of Japan defending his belt against Antonio Nieves in his debut away from the Land of the Rising Sun. Nieves put on a game performance but he was unable to slow down Inoue, who used a thudding body attack to wear out Nieves. Nieves was down in round five and round six saw him unable to mount any offense, and Nieves' corner would prevent him from coming out for round seven.

    The broadcast opened with a highly anticipated all-Mexican match-up as former world champions Juan Francisco Estrada and Carlos Cuadras hooked up. The pair fought a highly technical battle that aw the tension escalate as the rounds wore on. Neither man had any quit in him but it was Estrada whose accuracy and variety of punches started to wear Cuadras out. Estrada broke through in round 10 and sent Cuadras to the canvas for the fight's only knock down. After twelve rounds the judges returned cards of 114-113,114-113,114-113 in favor of Estrada, which was the right result though Cuadras was announced as the winner at first leading to some confusion.

    Expect more coverage and detail from our writers who were live at the scene. Check back soon.

    Rungvisai vs Gonzalez 2 Results

    Saturday, September 9th, 2017 - StubHub Center, Carson, CA

    115 LBS 12 RDS: Sor Rungvisai def Roman Gonzalez via KO in RD 5.
    115 LBS 12 RDS: Naoya Inoue def Antonio Nieves via RTD after 6 RDS.
    115 LBS 12 RDS: Juan Francisco Estrada def Carlos Cuadras via UD (114-113,114-113,114-113).
    140 LBS 8 RDS: Ruslan Madiev def Abdiel Ramirez via UD (80-72, 79-73 y 79-73).
    115 LBS 8 RDS: Brian Viloria def Miguel Cartagena via TKO in RD 5 @0:44.
    108 LBS 8x2 RDS: Seniesa Estrada def Anahi Torres via UD (80-72,80-72,80-72).
    140 LBS 4 RDS: George Acosta def Derick Bartlemay via UD (40-36,40-36,30-36).
    147 LBS 4 RDS: Nick Frese def Nan Phan via UD (40-36,40-36, 39-37).

    Rungvisai vs Gonzalez 2 Results / Check out more boxing news and features at The Sweet Science, where the best boxing writers write.

  • #2
    The decision in the first fight messed him up and shook his confidence....and he looked little next to Rungviasi. He's done. Had nothing mentally or physically.

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    • larueboenig
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      OMG How did this happen?

  • #3
    Originally posted by GlovedFist View Post
    The decision in the first fight messed him up and shook his confidence....and he looked little next to Rungviasi. He's done. Had nothing mentally or physically.
    Yeah Gonzalez looked lost and confused from the opening bell. It looked like he was going to employ a different strategy then tried to shift back to the old Chocolatito in round 2. Neither worked and he just looked so unsure of himself. But Sor Rungvisai can fight and gives trouble to anyone between 112 and 118. I am already dreaming of a fight with Inoue.

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    • #4
      Originally posted by oubobcat View Post

      Yeah Gonzalez looked lost and confused from the opening bell. It looked like he was going to employ a different strategy then tried to shift back to the old Chocolatito in round 2. Neither worked and he just looked so unsure of himself. But Sor Rungvisai can fight and gives trouble to anyone between 112 and 118. I am already dreaming of a fight with Inoue.
      He "grew old overnight." Shocking but I was not shocked as Frank kind of predicted this. An easy fight first and then something BIG Maybe Brian Viloria.next.
      Last edited by Kid Blast; 09-10-2017, 04:49 PM.

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      • #5
        It is interesting, but I couldnt make a call on the first fight and this fight may cause some to re-think the first fight. I know Frank doesn't allow for re-thinking a fight through and his theory is sound, but there is something about being "effective" with aggressiveness so how do you judge when a technically sound fighter is landing blows that dont bother the other guy? How would Slapsie Maxie do today with these judges?

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        • #6
          Originally posted by miguel1 View Post
          It is interesting, but I couldnt make a call on the first fight and this fight may cause some to re-think the first fight. I know Frank doesn't allow for re-thinking a fight through and his theory is sound, but there is something about being "effective" with aggressiveness so how do you judge when a technically sound fighter is landing blows that dont bother the other guy? How would Slapsie Maxie do today with these judges?
          If they fought 5 times, the Thai would win 5 times.

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          • #7
            BTW, Am I the only one that was shocked at the amount of acne on Cuadra's body?

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            • #8
              I saw that, Ted!

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              • #9
                Originally posted by GlovedFist View Post
                I saw that, Ted!
                Sickening----and suspicious

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                • #10
                  What was it?

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                  • #11
                    Do u see the acne as a sign of potential steroid use?

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                    • #12
                      Originally posted by miguel1 View Post
                      Do u see the acne as a sign of potential steroid use?
                      A massive one. The reason you develop acne is because most of the steroids are pushing everything out of your body through your pores to make room for the increased out of whack hormones. As your pores close due to natural body cycles, dirt, or temperature, everything getting pushed out gets trapped under the skin and creates bumps and rashes.

                      For any of you guys with beards or a shaven head like me, steroid acne is alot like razor bumps, razor itch, or razor burn. Razor bumps, razor burn, and razor itch occur when hair is trapped, steroid acne occurs because of moisture, waste, or hormones being trapped.

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                      • #13
                        FOr some reason or another it seems even more noticeable in MMA lol and the women have it too. Looking for better boxing through chemistry doesnt surprise me.

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                        • #14
                          Are we sure that's what it is/was??

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                          • #15
                            Originally posted by GlovedFist View Post
                            Are we sure that's what it is/was??
                            No but it's fun to speculate. In power lifting roid users (I'm not one) are frequently bald with some acne and supposedly small (short) dongs. Also, they have tempers and will kick things if they miss a lift or even if they make a lift. They are called "meat heads."

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