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    Which boxer in the Amateurs beat Andre Berto, Sechew Powell, Andre Ward, Andre Dirrell and Alfredo Angulo?
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    That would be Jesus Gonzalez

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kel View Post
    That would be Jesus Gonzalez
    Where is he now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eagle View Post
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    That would be Jesus Gonzalez
    Where is he now?
    Training for a fight in February against Richard Gutierrez.
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    Quote Originally Posted by killersheep View Post
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    That would be Jesus Gonzalez
    Where is he now?
    Training for a fight in February against Richard Gutierrez.
    Is he a potential champ, or has his amature form not really come good in the pros?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eagle View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Kel View Post
    That would be Jesus Gonzalez
    Where is he now?
    Star Boxing signed him up not long ago, not seen much news on him other than that. He beat Berto 4 times actually as an amateur.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eagle View Post
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    Where is he now?
    Training for a fight in February against Richard Gutierrez.
    Is he a potential champ, or has his amature form not really come good in the pros?
    I think he definately has some skills he turned down going to the Olympics in 2004 to go pro, because he felt the Olympic judging was becoming corrupt, he was considered by boxing analysts to be the American most likely to bring home a gold. As a pro he is currently 24-1-0 he has been inactive lately having problems with promoters. Gonzalez was supposed to get a shot at JCC Jr., but JCC Jr. opted to rematch Matt Vanda. His only loss was when he was just 21 years old against Jose Luis Zertuche (AKA Pavlik War). He's had quite a few telefutura cards and has looked really good, solid skills and decent power. I am interested to see how he handles Gutierrez, Richard won't give him a chance to set up his punches.
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    Quote Originally Posted by killersheep View Post
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    Training for a fight in February against Richard Gutierrez.
    Is he a potential champ, or has his amature form not really come good in the pros?
    I think he definately has some skills he turned down going to the Olympics in 2004 to go pro, because he felt the Olympic judging was becoming corrupt, he was considered by boxing analysts to be the American most likely to bring home a gold. As a pro he is currently 24-1-0 he has been inactive lately having problems with promoters. Gonzalez was supposed to get a shot at JCC Jr., but JCC Jr. opted to rematch Matt Vanda. His only loss was when he was just 21 years old against Jose Luis Zertuche (AKA Pavlik War). He's had quite a few telefutura cards and has looked really good, solid skills and decent power. I am interested to see how he handles Gutierrez, Richard won't give him a chance to set up his punches.
    Thanks for the info mate. Would be good to see another good fighter in the 154-160 ranks as they arent overly strong at the moment. I'll keep an eye out for him now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eagle View Post
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    Is he a potential champ, or has his amature form not really come good in the pros?
    I think he definately has some skills he turned down going to the Olympics in 2004 to go pro, because he felt the Olympic judging was becoming corrupt, he was considered by boxing analysts to be the American most likely to bring home a gold. As a pro he is currently 24-1-0 he has been inactive lately having problems with promoters. Gonzalez was supposed to get a shot at JCC Jr., but JCC Jr. opted to rematch Matt Vanda. His only loss was when he was just 21 years old against Jose Luis Zertuche (AKA Pavlik War). He's had quite a few telefutura cards and has looked really good, solid skills and decent power. I am interested to see how he handles Gutierrez, Richard won't give him a chance to set up his punches.
    Thanks for the info mate. Would be good to see another good fighter in the 154-160 ranks as they arent overly strong at the moment. I'll keep an eye out for him now.
    Cheers buddy, I'm hoping he'll be the first Arizonan to bring home a belt since Michael Carbajal.
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