2015 BOXING fight – Jean Pascal vs Yunieski Gonzalez – full fight Video

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3 Star RatingReview by AllTheBestFights.com: 2015-07-25, close fight with some very nice and tough exchanges: Jean Pascal vs Yunieski Gonzalez is very close to get four stars!

The former Wbc and Ibo light-Hw champion Jean Pascal entered this fight with a pro record of 29-3-1 (17 knockouts) and he is ranked as the No.7 light heavyweight in the world but he comes off the loss against #1 Sergey Kovalev (one of the best boxing fights of 2015, Kovalev vs Pascal).
His opponent, the undefeated Yunieski Gonzalez, has a perfect record of 16-0-0 (12 KOs=75%) and he entered as the No.52 in the same weight class but he has not faced any notable opponents in his professional career. Pascal vs Gonzalez is on the undercard of Sergey Kovalev vs Nadjib Mohammedi. Watch the video and rate this fight!


Date: 2015-07-25

Where: Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

Division: light heavyweight (175 lbs, 79.4 kg)

Result: Click here to show the fight’s result
Jean Pascal def. Yunieski Gonzalez (unanimous decision, 96-94, 96-94, 96-94)


Pascal’s previous fight: Sergey Kovalev vs Jean Pascal

Gonzalez’s next fight: Vyacheslav Shabranskyy vs Yunieski Gonzalez

Pascal’s next fight: Sergey Kovalev vs Jean Pascal 2


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23 comments on “2015 BOXING fight – Jean Pascal vs Yunieski Gonzalez – full fight Video”

  1. I’m Quebecer, I like Jean Pascal a lot, but I don’t agree with the decision. I commend Pascal for taking a risky fight though and it’s been a very good brawl. Some rounds were close, but it’s hard to give Pascal more than 4 rounds.

    • I like him, too, but I agree this was the aggressive, determined Gonzalez’s night. I had it 6-4, possibly 7-3 for the Cuban.

      When he could create space, Pascal showed he is the more skillful boxer. But that wasn’t often. Even when he was winning rounds, he took terrible punishment. Not an advertisement for a Kovalev rematch.

      Best fight of the weekend.

      • I agree that is was not “an advertisement for a Kovalev rematch.” Still, it was a very entertaining fight! We have to consider that Kovalev is in a league of his own in the LHW division, until someone like Beterbiev comes up as a mendatory challenger. For the rest of the division, as I said in my other comment, a clash will have to happen in Montreal.

  2. I had it for Gonzalez also.
    Watched it live and now cant recall if I had it 8-2 or 7-3.

    I would much rather see a rematch between these 2
    over seeing them TKO’d by Kovalev. Sorry – Gonzalez doesn’t have what it takes and no matter what Pascal thinks – it was a good stoppage. One that extended his career a few more fights.

  3. Once again Pascal is involved in a very exciting fight! At a time in this sport where everybody seems to be carefully handpicking their opponents in a way to minimize the risks and maximize the $$$, Pascal took a huge risk in accepting this fight, a gutsy move. Respect. So many close rounds in this fight, I don’t know how you guys can be so sure about Gonzalez winning this one. He certainly demonstrated superior punching power, but the more the fight went on, the more Pascal made him miss. I agree with No10Count: I would love te see a rematch between these two, or why not Gonzalez-Stevenson. And at this point, I think the time has arrived for a big LHWeight clash in Montreal. Stevenson, Pascal, Alvarez and Beterbiev will have to fight one another.
    I watched the fight twice, here’s my scorecard.
    P: 9 10 9 10 9 10 10 9 9 10 | 95
    G:10 9 10 9 10 9 9 10 10 9 | 95
    And before anyone points it out, yes I was born and I still live in Montreal. I speak french. I’ve been following Pascal since his pro-debut. So you might want to take that for an argument against my judgement of this fight. But before you do that, please watch the fight at least a second time.

    • I like boxrec’s commentary: “16-0 Gonzalez cried in the ring after losing this bout, feeling he had won. In fact the punch count was similar between Pascal and Gonzalez, with one key difference. Gonzalez missed several hundred punches most of which were slipped by the defensive Pascal. This gave the effect of Pascal appearing to throw fewer punches but scoring with the more effective blows. Neither man was hurt. As all three judges saw the bout the same way, the great number of punches missed by Gonzalez proved the key difference. The TV commentators felt Gonzalez won. Pascal eyed a Sergey Kovalev rematch.”

    • Some rounds were very tough to judge, but I had it 97-94 Gonzalez, I gave an even round in there. I still think Gonzales got screwed, and I’m sober now :D

  4. please guys, can one of you share the full fight video? i was at work i couldn’t watch it, and here there only a 1mn hilighlights

    • I did it, but if I post a video link, the site takes it down. You take this into a Youtube link: (after the “/watch?v==”) s3PLNt_yRWA

      Should work :D

      • Thanks @mattsnow81:disqus mattsnow81, you can share any link to youtube videos but we have to approve it. Unfortunately the video you’ve posted was removed, but we have found another one. So @axellouis:disqus check back the main video in this page and you should find the fight. Thanks for your comments and ratings!-)

  5. Great fight. I gave it to Pascal exactly the same as the judges-by 2 rounds. He landed the majority of the cleaner and harder shots. If you watch closely, he blocks a lot on his gloves or glancing shots when it sounds like the other guy is connecting. The other guy will get better with more pro fights though-he’s a good fighter

  6. I have watched the fight very carfully. Pascal should have been deducted a point for bending over all the time. Some would call this ringcraft and experience, i call it marginal behaviour somewhat akin to a professional foul. On this basis i would have given the fight to Yuni. i also didnt object to his tattoo.

    • Tony Weeks has been one of the best referee in the sport for decades. I trust his judgement. But I agree that Pascal did bend a lot in this fight… but what else can you do against a taller fighter who’s relentlessly swinging wide hooks? Okay, you might block a few, you might counter some… But after 20, 30 or even 40 of ’em in a single round, you might want to bend down like Pascal did. Also, one of Pascal’s favorite and most effective punch is the overhand right hook. He likes to throw it from a very low stance while moving to his left. Finally, nothing prevented Gonzalez from throwing left uppercuts when Pascal was bending like that. If he had been a little wiser, he would have probably earned himself a few 10-8 rounds by knocking Pascal down, or even win by KO…

      • Okay, I didn’t want to bring that up… But how about a 10-8 in the 4th for Pascal? Didn’t Gonzalez go down after a clean blow to the body?…


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