Roman Gonzalez vs Brian Viloria full fight Video – 2015

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3 Star RatingReview by 2015-10-17, very nice and tough fight between Roman Gonzalez and Brian Viloria: it is close to get four stars!

The undefeated Roman Gonzalez entered this fight with a perfect record of 43-0-0 (37 KOs=86%) and he is ranked as the No.1 flyweight in the world. He has already fought twice in 2015 beating Valentin Leon (=Gonzalez vs Leon) and Edgar Sosa (=Gonzalez vs Sosa).
His opponent, the former world champion in two different weight classes Brian Viloria (Gonzalez has won world titles in three weight divisions), has a professional boxing record of 36-4-0 (22 knockouts) and he entered as the No.6 in the same weight class. He suffered his last loss in 2013 when he faced Juan Francisco Estrada (via split decision, Viloria vs Estrada), after this bout he has won four consecutive fights defeating Omar Soto in his last one (=Viloria vs Soto 2). ‘Chocolatito’ Gonzalez vs Viloria is valid for the WBC World flyweight title (Gonzalez’s third defense); undercard of Gennady Golovkin vs David Lemieux. Watch the video and rate this fight!



Date: 2015-10-17

Where: Madison Square Garden, New York, USA

Division: flyweight (112 lbs, 50.8 kg)

Title: WBC World flyweight title

Result: Click here to show the fight’s result
Roman Gonzalez def. Brian Viloria (TKO at 2:53, round 9)


Gonzalez’s previous fight: Roman Gonzalez vs Edgar Sosa

Viloria’s previous fight: Brian Viloria vs Omar Soto 2

Gonzalez’s next fight: Roman Gonzalez vs McWilliams Arroyo



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13 comments on “Roman Gonzalez vs Brian Viloria full fight Video – 2015”

  1. Very good fight from both fighters! But Chocolatito is in a class of his own… truly. His composure, precision, combations and defense are all at the pinnacle of boxing. And even though he got hurt by a few body shots here and there, I gave him every rounds. I found the referee stoppage was a little premature, since Viloria had his best moments just a minute before. But anyway, he’s got to be considered as one of the best P4P.

    • First two rounds you can make an argument for Viloria, but overall I agree. Chocolatito was just a class above. Viloria came to fight though.

  2. At first I also thought the stoppage was premature until I saw Viloria’s face. So this was a really good stoppage. We couldn’t see what he could.
    Viloria tried and tried.
    He connected more than once. Was a very good fight.

    • Yes… The upper left side of Viloria’s face was pummulled badly indeed. But as I said, I thought the referee could let this go at least for the end of the round. Those bodyshots Viloria landed really seemed to hurt Gonzalez…

      ATBF: gotta be a 4-stars

      • Well, I like Esteves and his handling of this bout. He was waiting for a devastating flurry to halt it, it came and he did. We don’t want to have other bad accidents like that guy Prichard Colon who is in a coma as I type :(

        • Un roman en français (parce que j’ai pas le goût de me forcer là… les autres, apprenez la langue de Molière!) Je comprends ce que tu veux dire.. mais je ne suis pas toujours d’accord. Tu vas penser que je suis malade ! Souvent, voici ce qui se produit: un boxeur est ébranlé par un ou deux bon(s) coup(s), se fait adosser aux câbles, reçoit la “flurry” de coups et en bloque une bonne partie, puis l’arbitre arrête le combat, comme s’il était impressionné par l’avalanche de coups plutôt que d’être réellement préoccupé par l’état de celui qui reçoit. Ça m’énerve. Parce que dans un tout autre contexte, sans que le boxeur soit ébranlé, jamais un arbitre n’arrêterait un combat pour ce genre de “flurry”. Ça arrive qu’un gars soit en train de perdre un combat, qu’il saigne du nez, qu’il soit coupé au-dessus de l’oeil et/ou qu’il soit sonné momentanément, mais pour moi, tant qu’il est en mesure de se protéger , de garder ses mains hautes et de bloquer des coups, j’estime qu’il est en mesure de se battre. J’avoue que dans certains cas, on ne prend pas de chances et on se dit qu’il vaut mieux arrêter le combat pour l’ensemble de ses raisons, pour la santé future du boxeur. Mais d’un autre côté, les fighters le savent et ils le sentent, quand un gars est sonné, de plus en plus, plutôt que d’essayer de placer LE bon coup qui va fermer les lumières, ils vont lancer cette “flurry” un peu n’importe comment et ce débit élevé incite souvent l’arbitre à arrêter le combat, même si aucun coup significatif n’a atteint la cible. Je reconnais toutefois que les arbitres demeurent les gens les mieux placés pour évaluer si un gars est encore capable de se battre, mais ils ne sont pas médecins et ils demeurent “impressionnables”.

          • I admit when a guy swings like crazy, it’s often both to try to influence the ref AND try to hurt the other guy. I still respect the decision in this particular case (if I remember well how the fight was going)

  3. good fight. both guys showed themselves. viloria always dangerous and a tough guy to put away also very skilled. chocolatito was using some new breed/ (old school boxing tactics which have been forgotten ) uses his whole body for defense, legs, arms, elbow forearms hands and palms and waist for define. the top guys do this more and more these days gig dos something similar but chocolatito form is very pronounced in his style its unique to him how he applies it. his composure is his main strength if he’s calm he will get to you. estrada took him out of his comfort zone because he was fit moves well covers up well and knows how to score and has good heart

  4. Excellent fight really much better than the one sustained after between GGG-Lemieux. Enjoyable work from both boxers. Gonzales is superb and wait and sized Vilora until taking the lead in the third round. From there on the fight was only almost Gonzalez who is moving in the ring with master proficiency making him a great champ.
    Vilora a very good boxer too has an iron chin and a lot of determination and put a good fight till the very end.
    Fully agree with Olivier this fight should be reviewed and giving it 4 STARTS.

    • Totally stole the show from GGG-Lemieux. First time I see Chocolatito, yo soy muy impressed! He hits very hard it seems.

  5. Exelente palea por Chocolatito y Viloria! :D Nice stoppage, it was the only work Esteves had to do all night. I’m very impressed by Gonzalez power, the head of Viloria was snapping like crazy. Great performance from both, there are 2 winners in such a fight :) 4 stars.


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