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September 10, 2017

By Scott Shaffer

Srisaket Sor Rungvisai KO4 Roman Gonzalez A great night of boxing in Carson, California ended in a shocker as Nicaragua's Roman Gonzalez was dominated and knocked out by Sriskaet Sor Rungvisai a/k/a Wisakskil Wangek of Thailand.  What was shocking was not the result-- after all Sor Rungvisai defeated Gonzalez by narrow decision earlier this year-- but how little the four-division champion Gonzalez had left after 46 straight wins to start his career.  Adding to the surprise was the fact that other than Sor Rungvisai, Thai boxers almost never win in the United States.  In retaining the WBC 115-pound title, Sor Rungvisai (44-4-1) dominated from the start and badly hurt Gonzalez (46-2) with two huge knockdowns in round four.  The second knockdown left Gonzalez down for quite some time and he was immediately taken to the hospital.  It might have been the last fight of his career, that's how badly he was beaten. In retrospect, it appears Gonzalez was damaged goods as a result of his bloody first battle with Sor Rungvisai. The win sets up a potential Asian superfight between Sor Rungvisai and Naoya Inouye, who holds the WBO title in the same weight class, although former world flyweight champion Juan Francisco Estrada is now Sor Rungvisai's mandatory contender.  source: hbo

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