WATCH: Roman 'Chocolatito' Gonzalez gets knocked out cold by vicious punch
It may have been the last time we see the legend fight at this high a level
Roman "Chocolatito" Gonzalez has been fighting at the top levels of boxing for ages. He's been atop the pound-for-pound rankings for over a year, but with a lack of competition at the lower weightclasses available, Gonzalez decided to make the move up to super flyweight to challenge for the title.
In his way stood Sor Rungvisai, a champion in his own right. When the two first met earlier this year, Rungvisai won a surprising decision as a massive underdog. On Saturday night, he left no doubt that he's here to stay as the super flyweight champion of the world.
In the fourth round of their scheduled 12, Rungvisai caught Gonzalez with a pair of hooks on the chin with the second dropping Chocolatito to the canvas on his back, a fall he would not get up from.
Before he put him down, Rungvisai crushed Gonzalez with solid body work and punches Chocolatito simply had no answers for. I hope that we see Chocolatito return to the high-level boxer he was before he moved up in weight, but it will be tough to bounce back from back-to-back losses like this.
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