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Former two-time champion Rosendo Álvarez asks the ‘Chocolatito’ to rethink his career

Former two-time champion Rosendo Álvarez asks the ‘Chocolatito’ to rethink his career

The former two-time world champion boxing, the Nicaraguan Rosendo ‘Búfalo’ Álvarez, today asked his compatriot, the quadruple monarch Román ‘Chocolatito’ González, to rethink his career after losing by knockout last Saturday to the Thai Srisaket Sor Rungvisai.

«The four-time champion must give himself about eight months of rest and completely move away from the gym and when he is ready, let him decide whether to return to the gym. boxing or announces his definitive retirement, “wrote the ex-prisoner and promoter of the boxing professional in Nicaragua.

González, considered by experts as the “best pound-for-pound boxer in the world”, lost by knockout last Saturday in the fourth round to the flaming Thai champion of 115 pounds, who sent him twice to the canvas in a fight held in Carson, (California, United States).

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“I am sure that everyone will be happy to know what his decision will be, but for my part I believe that he can achieve another crown at 112 pounds, although he has to rethink his career and choose a work team that knows boxing“Continued ‘the Buffalo’, who won titles at 105 and 108 pounds.

Álvarez, champion in the minimum and light flyweight categories and sent the Mexican legend of the boxing In the minimum weights, Ricardo ‘Finito’ López, assured that he was “shocked” by the defeat of ‘Chocolatito’.

He felt that his compatriot gives many advantages to his opponents at super flyweight or 115 pounds.

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Last night’s fight at the StubHub Center in Carson, California, was for the World Council Super Flyweight title. Boxing (CMB).

With his second loss and first by knockout, Gonzalez leaves his numbers at 46-2 with 38 fights won on the fast track.

Nicaragua has in the boxing his second favorite sport after baseball. EFE

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