Srisaket Sor Rungvisai vs Roman Gonzalez II

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Srisaket Sor Rungvisai vs Roman Gonzalez II
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Date: 
Saturday, September 9, 2017
Location: 
California
Rounds Scheduled: 
12
Contracted Weight: 
115
Titles at Stake: 
WBC Super Flyweight World Title

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Fan Cards: Srisaket Sor Rungvisai vs Roman Gonzalez II


scorecard by TALESFROMTHECRYPT
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SRISAKET SOR RUNGVISAI
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29
ROMAN GONZALEZ
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28


scorecard by LEWGR10
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SRISAKET SOR RUNGVISAI
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30
ROMAN GONZALEZ
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27


scorecard by KUBALA1122331
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SRISAKET SOR RUNGVISAI
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ROMAN GONZALEZ
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28


scorecard by 1971791
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SRISAKET SOR RUNGVISAI
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ROMAN GONZALEZ
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28


scorecard by CAPMAN
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SRISAKET SOR RUNGVISAI
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30
ROMAN GONZALEZ
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27


scorecard by ENDOFME1994
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SRISAKET SOR RUNGVISAI
10
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29
ROMAN GONZALEZ
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28


scorecard by BOXING KNOWLEDGE
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SRISAKET SOR RUNGVISAI
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30
ROMAN GONZALEZ
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27


scorecard by MIKE25
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SRISAKET SOR RUNGVISAI
10
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29
ROMAN GONZALEZ
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28


scorecard by RORSCHACH
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SRISAKET SOR RUNGVISAI
10
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29
ROMAN GONZALEZ
9
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28


scorecard by GOLD
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SRISAKET SOR RUNGVISAI
10
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30
ROMAN GONZALEZ
9
9
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27


scorecard by BLOODMONEY80
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SRISAKET SOR RUNGVISAI
10
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30
ROMAN GONZALEZ
9
9
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27


scorecard by TJK146114
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SRISAKET SOR RUNGVISAI
10
10
10
30
ROMAN GONZALEZ
9
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27


scorecard by ALBERTOCASTANY
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SRISAKET SOR RUNGVISAI
10
9
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29
ROMAN GONZALEZ
9
10
9
28


Comments

Champion97's picture

Prediction,

I'm very glad this fight is happening, I, like most, was gutted when the very popular, likeable Roman Gonzalez lost a fight which very few thought he would come close to losing. I think Rungvisai deserves a massive amount of credit for his fantastic win, he did Thailand proud, and to his credit, he hasn't tried to quit while he's ahead, he hasn't tried to avoid the rematch, he can't be denied respect.

The first fight was sensational, they both went all out, so many punches thrown, so many punches landed, a lot of blood, a lot trench fighting, just a great, action packed fight which the fans all loved. It is interesting to look back on, not always, but sometimes, often, Gonzalez would out land Rungvisai, whilst Rungvisai migut land with the heavier punches, push Gonzalez back, a lot of the rounds were close, and they both won a couple of rounds decisively, so in the end, the fight could have gone a couple of points either way, the decision was fine, it was good to see a majority decision because it was a very close fight, I personally, scored the fight 7 rounds to 5, in favour of Gonzalez, but which of the two who really edged the fight, is a matter of opinion. It will be interesting to see who makes the wiser adjustments for this awesome rematch, because I believe that is what the winner will depend on in the end.

I believe one of Roman Gonzalez's biggest problems against Rungvisai back in March, was his lack of defence, I believe his own fan friendly, positive style, combined with the fitness, underestimated skill, and devastating power of Rungvisai was very bad for Gonzalez. Gonzalez can walk through walls, in so many fights, he has walked through most of his opponents, showing skill, power, he can box, and fight, and taking punches hasn't really been a problem, but there is always a downside to this, and offensive skill and power, these attributes don't solve the problem, there are historic greats in this sport, like Mike Tyson for example, who are not only dangerous, but skilled with their work on the offensive, but when it comes to needing to retreat, needing to defend themselves from offence on the other side, they struggle, and when you have a puncher like Rungvisai, who is also a proud fighting tough guy, a great, dedictaed athlete who wanted to win, badly enough to beat the best, skilled, experienced, and of course, extremely dangerous, you are unwise to walk forward and rely on power, offensive skill, work rate without focusing much in defence.

Considering how good Rungvisai is, I think Gonzalez did exceptionally well, his engine is phenomenal, he was there all night, I believe he did enough to keep his titles and unbeaten record, he showed guts, stamina, everything that makes a great boxer and a warrior, so no matter what happens, Gonzalez can be proud of not only his whole boxing career but also how impressive he was even in defeat.

I believe Roman Gonzalez will win this fight, I believe he is better than Rungvisai, I think great champions like Gonzalez, they adjust, they learn, they push themselves to go the extra mile and build on their last performance, and I believe that Roman Gonzalez will make the better adjustments, train perfectly, and we will see a better Choclatito than last time. Rungvisai, physically, just like last time, he'll be there for 12 rounds, he'll be in great shape, strong, dangerous, technically, tactically, I'm looking forward to seeing how he has prepared, I believe he will be a technically improved boxer from the first time, but I just don't believe he made as many mistakes as Gonzalez, I don't think he has the level of talent, greatness as Gonzalez, and I think in the rematch, Rungvisai will do himself and his country proud again, but Gonzalez will just simply be too good.

I hope that people can appreciate Rungvisai as a great fighter, and a high achiever in this sport, I believe there are lot of bias people who don't give him credit he deserves, and that is a shame, I do think Rungvisai will become more popular after this fight, I think he'll be more well liked in defeat than he was in victory.

I think we will see a decisive victory for Roman Gonzalez, I think it will be a wide unanimous decision victory for him (116-112, 116-112, 117-111), I think his face will be a mess again, he'll take his knocks, when Rungvisai wins rounds, he will look great in doing it, it will be clear case of Gonzalez good and not Rungvisai bad, it will be another very competitive fight, a hard fight victory for Gonzalez, maybe less difficult than the defeat, and about as difficult as the wins over Cuadras, Estrada.

I think Roman Gonzalez will be considered a possible candidiate for the number one pound for pound position after this victory, he has had a long career, he hasn't been and still isn't as well known and respected as he should be around the world, if he isn't a household name, he should be. There are big fights out there for Roman Gonzalez, not a great deal, but there are some, Guillermo Rigondeaux is an example, that would be an extremely popular fight, and rightly so, obviously, the weight would be something which have to be well handled, because Roman Gonzalez is a 115 lb fighter, and not a large one, whilst Rigondeaux is a 122 lb fighter, and has been for a long time, but if Rigondeaux could make 118 lbs, and make it well, then maybe, just maybe, there could be a great fight there, but with or without Rigondeaux, Gonzalez can still be involved in great fights, and continue the winning ways which I think he will resume when he beats Rungvisai

albertocastany's picture

This will be a fun fight to watch.
Chocolatito struggled with Rungvisai's style in their first fight. However, Chocolatito succesfully mounted an offensive based on counterattacks against Rungvisai's relentless slugging.
Rungvisai had success on disturbing Chocolatito's boxing by slugging his way through the fight. After Chocolatito adapted to his attacks, Rungvisai wasn't really able to come up with anything different.
Chocolatito's ability to adjust should grant him a clear decision win in this rematch.

albertocastany's picture

What happened to this fight? Everything that was being expected didn't happen.
Rungvisai showed lot of composure during the fight. He still had the slugger role, but this time he was more patient and waited for the chocolatito to get in his range and land the hard punches.
On the other hand, Chocolatito fought entirely in the wrong way. He wanted to start a slugfest he was never going to win, rather than setting up punches and creating countering opportunities. This was weird.
GOOD WIN for Rungvisai who showed he is a bit more than just a brawler. 115 division getting hotter !

Champion97's picture

Devastated!!
Roman Gonzalez will always be a boxing legend!
I think Gonzalez should retire now, he has taken some fearful beatings in there, and I didn't like that finish, it was terrible to watch that last knockdown.

What a performance from Rungvisai!! The warrior from Thailand must be taken seriously now, and shown the respect he deserves, he won the first fight fair and square, and he won this one in a brutal way! You had to have been extremely impressed by Rungvisai in this fight!

rorschach's picture

Unbelievable, Gonzalez looked like he was more concerned with pointing out the use of Rungvisai's head as a weapon rather than putting on a boxing clinic and winning this fight. Rungvisai came to win and prove he's the better man, and he did fair play to him. He still should have lost the first fight, but none of that matters now. Estrada takes this guy apart if he boxes smart like he did tonight, and Inoue stops him in 9. Much respect to Rungvisai, Gonzalez should probably retire, hopefully he has saved most of his money so retiring at 30 wont be a issue.

albertocastany's picture

I don't think Chocolatito should retire, but he surely has to do a lot of work before getting back in the ring. To be honest I think there was something odd with his showing tonight. Perhaps he spent too much time overthinking this fight, or maybe he felt some pressure to get the win.
Another Chocolatito vs Cuadras fight makes sense once Chocolatito is back to himself.

Champion97's picture

You have to understand, that boxers are human, and Gonzalez has taken a lot of damage in his career, he was brutally knocked out tonight, I do NOT want to see him in the ring again.

I agree with you man. He actually looked a little soft to me in this fight. I think he should probably drop back down to fly and put some work in and he could regain that magic he once had.