Photos: Chocolatito Keeps on Training; Fans Hope He'll Fight Estrada Next
By Carlos Costa
Fri, 04 Sep 2020
Popular Nicaraguan 4-division World Champion Román “Chocolatito” González (49-2, 41 KO’s) continues training in Coachella, California, USA for his next title fight, which is not yet confirmed. 👍👍
Many fans hope that Chocolatito, 33, will battle again his 30-year-old Mexican nemesis WBC world champion Juan Francisco "Gallo" Estrada (40-3, 27 KO's) for a hot WBA/WBC Super Flyweight Unification Clash this fall.
The fight would be the second between the two popular Latino warriors. Chocolatito won by points in their first encounter eight years ago.
In today’s black & white art images, fans see “Chocolatito” doing shadow boxing, hitting the double-end-bag, and riding the stationary bike. 🥊
Will a second blockbuster happen next? If yes, who would emerge victorious? The fact that Chocolatito prevailed by decision in 2012 does not necessarily mean that he will win in a second battle.
Many things have happened in the last eight years and we cannot be sure which fighter is now stronger with better physical capabilities. There is only one way to know.
So, let's hope that Chocolatito and Estrada will fight again next. Will keep you posted.
For whoever he'll fight next, the awesome Nicaraguan boxer wants to be more ready:
— Buena suerte en su próxima pelea, Chocolatito.!! 💥💥
The author Carlos Costa is a Panama boxing reporter living in Cebu. Carlos can be reached by email: firstname.lastname@example.org and whatsapp: 09184538152.
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