2 Days: Roman “Chocolatito” Gonzalez – Full Show (HBO Boxing)

– ( speaking Spanish )
– Do me a favor. – Have him put it in
and bite down real good.
– ( speaking Spanish ) Make sure you tell him to keep
that thing in tonight.Cup’s in good shape.
Just do me a favor.
Tell him it’s a little high.
I don’t care. I just need to see
a belly button. When he comes in a ring,
I wanna see a belly button.( man speaking Spanish )You hit him, he goes down,
I’m gonna say “down, corner.”
I just need you to go
to the furthest neutral corner, stay there,
I’ll give him the command
to come back out and box. He gets caught up against
the ropes tonight, or he’s stuck in a corner,
he’s taking a lot of shots to the head and the body,
he’s gotta show me something. Fight back.
Bob and weave.
Run. Do something. Because if I think
you’re taking too many shots to the head and the body,
I’m gonna stop the fight. Last thing between
him and I, just tell him
to respect that belt. – ( dings )
( crowd cheering )( crowd chanting ) ( speaking Spanish )( Arnulfo Obando
speaking Spanish )
( announcer speaking
indistinctly )
…Mr. Alexis Arguello!( crowd cheering )Carlos Blandon:
He definitely feels
that if tomorrow
it’s necessary to die
to win that title, he will.
You know,
it gives me goose bumps.
I had never heard him say that
before for a fight. And he said it. He said,
“I’m ready to destroy him, and I’m ready to destroy myself
in the process.” Man:
Hola, Tito. –Hola!
– Hola! Max Kellerman:
What did you think
when Cuadras called you out?
– ( speaking Spanish )
– Jerry Olaya:He says,
“I was happy.”
What do you see
when you watch him fight? ( speaking Spanish ) He hasn’t faced a rival
who has really put him
under pressure. ( speaking Spanish )And I’ve prepared 100%
for this,
just to fight all night long
and to look for that title. Of all the guys
to call out in the world, you called out the number one,
pound-for-pound fighter,according to most people.Why did you call him out? ( speaking Spanish ) Olaya:
I’ve always said
that to be the best,
you’ve got to fight
the best.
You know, whether he’s
a friend inside the ring, I’m just gonna rip
his head off.( laughter )( Roman speaking Spanish )Kellerman:
According to most people,
you’re the best Nicaraguan
fighter ever. And as great
as Arguello was, you’re just a little bit
better than Arguello. Kellerman:
When you hear something
like that, what do you think?
– ( speaking Spanish )
– Olaya:You know,
I trained with him.
It was brutal, you know,
and I’m here because of God,
because of my team,
because of my father,
and because of Alexis, because we’re following
the footsteps of Alexis. But yet, I will never
be better than him.Alexis was just
at a different level.
Jim Lampley:
Fire a left jab
and a combination again.
And Arguello is in trouble.Arguello in big trouble
against the ropes.
Pryor going for the kill,
trying to put him away.
Arguello trying
to cover up.
A smashing right hand,and Arguello’s helpless
against the ropes.
Arguello’s hands to the side!
It’s over!
Aaron Pryor has retired
this junior…
Everybody remembers that.
It really broke our hearts. And now the fact that Roman
has an opportunity to win
that fourth title, he has all of Nicaragua
supporting him.( Luis Gonzalez
speaking Spanish )
All right,
ladies and gentlemen,
first to the scale.He was having weight problems
in his last fight. He claims no,
but he did not look
the same against Arroyo,a very good fighter also,
as is Cuadras.
And as good
as Chocolatito has been,
he went the distance. Been a while
since he went the distance. Kellerman:
That was the difference
between a good fighter
and a great fighters.114.6! Announcer:
114.6 is there.
Now he’s moving up in weight
so he doesn’t have to battle
the weight issues the same way,
but he’s fighting
a bigger guy who theoretically will be able
to take the power better. ( crowd shouting ) Man:
114.8, both fighters.
We have a super flyweight
world title tomorrow.
Great job by Carlos
and Roman.
( Roman speaking Spanish )Announcer:
Chocolatito and the Prince.
( crowd shouting )( boy speaking Spanish )( laughing ) This guy is calling
Chocolatito out because he feels like
he’s peaked now and he wants to fight
the best fighter while
he’s in his prime.One the other hand,
Chocolatito did not
one time say,
“Oh, he wants to fight me? Nah, I kind of want
to stay away from him.” We didn’t get that
from Chocolatito, but what we did get is
he went and put himself
with Triple Gto challenge himself
every day in training
so that he would be ready
for this guy. So there may be a little bit
more to it than we think.( Ramon speaking Spanish )Lampley:There’s a good
uppercut for Brook.
There’s a right hand
for Brook.
And now Golovkin comes back
with a left hook.
Body shot!
Brook is in trouble.
And Brook reaches out
and grabs Gennady Golovkin
and gathers him to him.
( Hernandez
speaking Spanish )
Lampley:Ingle is trying to get
referee Marlon Wright
to stop the fight.
And now he finally throws
the towel into the ring,
and Gennady Golovkin
is gonna have
a technical knockout victory
in round number five.
( Obando speaking Spanish )( Roman speaking Spanish )Tom Taylor:All right,
which one is he gonna wear?
Make sure you tell him to keep
that thing in tonight. – Good luck.
– You, too. Roman, good luck.
See you out there, all right?( Roman speaking Spanish )( all chattering in Spanish )Ah, vamos!( team cheering ) Man:
We’re ready.
We’re ready.
( crowd shouting )( audio fades )( no audible dialogue )– ( dings )
( crowd cheering )Jones Jr.:
Cuadras knows that it’s gonna
be a long night for him,
so the quicker he gets engaged,
the better off for him.
Cuadras has
an athletic abilitythat is obvious
when you watch him fight.
Good upper jab
by Cuadras. Kellerman:
Chocolatito, Roy,
one of those guys
where his opponent can do
everything he’s supposed to do
and still,
Chocolatito can make it
turn out bad for him.
Jones Jr.:
He’s made Cuadras burn
a lot of unnecessary energy,
like he’s doing
right now.
And Chocolatito is almost
running at Cuadras right now.
Jones Jr.:
You know why, Max?
Because he’s sparred
with him before.
He knows what’s
in front of him.
He know what it takes
to get to him.
( crowd chanting ) Kellerman:
I hope people can see this,
the way he rolls punches
off his shoulder
so they don’t land cleanly,the way he throws both hands
and varies the speed
and power of his punches
to the head and body,
it is masterful.
– Time! ( corner chattering ) 40 seconds! – ( whistle trills )
– Taylor:Let’s go,
seconds out!
Six, five, four–
stat coming in–
three, two, one.( bell dings )Jones Jr.:
Cuadras is doing better
this round, Max.
He started this round out
better than he started
the last two out.
Chocolatito needs
to defend himself
a little better
because a good shot
may send him down
just coming in
without defense like this.
That straight right
right there, he walked
right into it.
You’re right.
Chocolatito’s left eyeis showing the signs
of some of those shots
Cuadras is landing.
Jones Jr.:
And Cuadras’s face
is holding up really well.
We don’t see any damage.Good body shot.Kellerman:
Big confidence.
Jones Jr.:
Now Cuadras is being Cuadras.
He’s the kind of fighter
that feeds off energy,
feeds off the crowd–
and is not so ready
to give up his belt.

( crowd chanting )Jones Jr.:
Now at all.
Chocolatito not only has
a mouse under the left eye,
I think there’s some swelling
on the left side of his face,
and there’s a little cut,
it looks like,
over his right eye now.There it is.In this weight area,
fighters tend to age earlier
than in heavier
weight classes.
He’s 29 years old,
45 fights,
and he’s in tough tonight.
( bell dinging )– Jones Jr.:
Good hook by Cuadras.

– Kellerman:It was!I thought the hook
shook Chocolatito up
at the end of that round.
– ( trainer speaking Spanish )
– Olaya:Deep breaths.I want you to work the body,
You already got a call,
but I want you to work
with the hooks to the body.
( whistle trills )( bell dings )Kellerman:
Roy, I saw a look
on Chocolatito’s face
I am not used to seeing.I don’t know
if I’ve ever seen it before,
even in the Estrada fight,
a very tough fight.
He looked disheartened
coming into this round.
Jones Jr.:
Cuadras right now
is in much better position
than Chocolatito
because he’s taking chances
that normal guys we’d see
in this situation
wouldn’t take.
Big left hook from Cuadras.
Jones Jr.:
And this is what I like
about Chocolatito–
he goes through
all of that,
he comes back stronger
than he was before he started.
You know? ( laughs )
Yes.– Kellerman:And now a cut
over Cuadras’s right eye.

( bell dings )Jones Jr.:
The fighters
come together here.
There’s a vicious head butt
that I think caused that cut
over Cuadras’s right eye.Kellerman:
Chocolatito has
a target now–
that cut over the right eye
of Cuadras,
which was ruled
an accidental head butt,
not the result of a punch.It’s difficult to call
the blow-by-blow action
with Chocolatito
because it’s a nonstop
steady stream of lefts
and rights.
with the left hand.
Right hand over the top
by Chocolatito.
Jones Jr.:
Good right hand
by Chocolatito.
The question is
how will Cuadras respond?
In the past,
his punch output
has decreased
in the second half of fights.
Cuadras had that cut
opened up now over
the right eye,
but he’s throwing
some good combinations,
and he’s catching Chocolatito
on the way in.
Jones Jr.:
This is one hell
of a boxing match, Max.
You got two
good fighters here, son.
Look at that.
Look at that.
Cuadras full of confidence
in the final round
against Chocolatito
and the outcome of this fight
seemingly still in the balance.
Both men leaving it all out
in the middle of the ring.
( bell dinging )
– ( crowd cheering ) Jones Jr.:
What a fight.
What a fight.Michael Buffer:
…all for your winner
by unanimous decision,
andnewWBC super flyweight
champion of the world,
Roman…Chocolatito…Gonzalez!( bell dinging )
( crowd cheering )Kellerman:
You tonight have won a belt
in your fourth
weight division,
the first Nicaraguan fighter
to do it.
The great Alexis Arguello
never did it.
How do you feel tonight
about that accomplishment?
– ( speaking Spanish )
– He’s my teacher. And I am his son.And I’m simply following
his legacy.
This victory is for
the Republic of Nicaragua,
for my family…foremost, God.Announcer:
Don’t miss Chocolatito Gonzalez
versus Srisaket Sor Rungvisai
and Gennady Golovkin
versus Daniel Jacobs
Saturday March 18th,
live on pay-per-view.
( music playing )

100 thoughts on “2 Days: Roman “Chocolatito” Gonzalez – Full Show (HBO Boxing)

  1. minuto 12:16, dice CHOCORRAJAS, " con las gasas, se siente el calor, y se siente el nervio, pero nadamás la puntita"

  2. que vieron Los putos jueses si El cuadros le puso cuadrado al chocolate tiene que dar gracias a Los putos jueses

  3. si es mejor que cuadras tiene que dar la revancha si poblema que disen Los fans estan de acuerdo??????????

  4. I don't know why Roman gets so much hate saying he's overrated , what!? he's been fighting all top guys available AT THEIR WEIGHT ! . only one that's waiting is Inoue . if he was mexican I bet he'll get more love than canelo aka "I fight at caneloweight / catchweight " Alvarez

  5. Cuadras exposed that Nica hands down
    POUND 4 POUND my ass, no pound 4 pounder should get all that punishment in the face, like roman does

  6. When I first saw chocolatito fight on hbo he looked way better than how he looked in this fight and I saw him fight live once at the garden on the ggg Lemieux undercard he looked great there too and even then the guys from Nicaragua sitting next to me were telling me he is no where as good as he was when he was younger, they say guys in the lower weight classes get old in the ring sooner than heavier weights. He's so good offensively that his offense is pretty much his defense but he's probably lost a little speed and moving up so many weights explains why he looked like this in this fight

  7. Yo sigo pensando que cuadras fue el ganador en esta pelea nada más con la cantidad de golpes que dio y como lo boxeo más que nada
    Lo jueves se dejaron llevar mucho por el corte de la ceja siendo que fue por un cabezazo
    Y sobre todo le dieron la pelea a chocolatito para elevar más su fama !

  8. It's crazy that a great boxer / fighter like Chocolatito gets so much hate from casual fans……reading some comments in the comments section is so hilarious, idiots that compare Chocolatito moving up less pounds to fight Cuadras than Ward to fight Kovalev, NO COMMENT CASUALS!
    Idiots talking about his resume, NO COMMENT CASUALS!!
    Idiots putting Rigo as high as him in P4P list, NO COMMENT CASUALS!!!
    Idiots that say he is not known despite the best P4P, NO COMMENT CASUALS!!!!
    etc etc etc hardcore boxing fans can have lot of fun reading in the comments section, it's like listening DBN excited for any black boxer until a Canadian almost kill him to call him a bum……SMH CASUALS AND 80% OF BOXING FANS OF THIS ERA THAT WATCH THE HIGHLIGHTS OF THE FIGHTS AND ACT LIKE EXPERTS…..keep bitching idiots

  9. cuadras fucked that little central American up lmfaooo they have the balls to call this fucking idiot the number 1 p4p. fucking morons

  10. even if you look at the highlights of the fight in this documentary, it's not mucb of a highlight reel for chocolate. he got his hype job ass kicked

  11. Roman Chocolatito Gonzalez El Mejor Libra X Libra Y No Gana Lo Que Gana Canelo , Chavez Y Ellos Son Unos Costales A un Lado Del Chocolate Que El Si Tiene Talento No Como Esos Costales ….

  12. My boy Cuadras got straight-up robbed!! But either way, it was still a good fight. Hope Chocolatito stops clowning and gives Cuadras the rematch

  13. man that was the toughest fight of chocolatito i've ever watched. i thought cuadras will win. but, its a close fight anyway. either one of them deserves to win that day. its all in the hands of the judges. great fight. i can't wait to see roman gonzales vs donny nietes. i hope this fight will happen

  14. chocolatito is the truth he needs to pick it up tho a bit, saw a bit of slack here- he a warrior tho hes here for a long ass time

  15. Roman is a great fighter with good attitude,humble and with heart just like pacman he could be one of the greatest

  16. People just love to hate. It was a close fight. Could have gone either way it depends how you judge a fight. In my opinion it should have been a draw.

  17. cuadras won when according to compubox got outthrown,outlanded and got walked down and bullied by the smaller man moving up…plz explain to me HOW THE FUCK HE WON!?!??!?!?!?

  18. I love Chocolatito. But I think he's close to being done. Face doesn't hold up well, he swells and gets hit more. Plus he doesn't have enough punching power in higher divisions. Estrada rematch or Inoue might just throw him off that P4P #1 spot. Wish Chocolatito had more discipline to keep his body below flyweight.

  19. always known about chocolatito but was never interested in watching the lower weight classes fight. after watching this, I'm officially a fan and for sure will be tuning into his fights. this little guy is putting the smaller weight classes on the map.

  20. so this whole video was about Roman getting rocked left and right and… still won??? Lol what's up with boxing. I mean I didn't see the fight but if your going to make a video of someone winning atleast show his highlights

  21. This is probably my favorite episode of Two Days. Love the Arguello connection and Gonzalez's humble nature saying he can never be greater. Love how he goes to Big Bear to train with Golovkin to overcome this great obstacle in the second half of his career. Anyone else think at some angles in the highlights Cuadras looks a lot like Canelo? Very good fight cant remember my score, hope they do it again like Kovalev and Ward

  22. Well said GEORGE HAVENHAND .. Chocolatito is one of the most complete fighters in a long time . The only other fighter with better skills I can think of is Rigondeoux. But to know that you have to be honest and not be a race cheerleader . IF CHOCOLATITO WAS MEXICAN HE WOULD BE PRAISED NON STOP .

  23. I am a huge fan of Roman Gonzalez i thought he was winning the fight but let the last 2 slip because he gassed, scored the fight a draw.

  24. Chocolatito is an example for Boxing, pure techniques, moving on up, never backdown or running away to avoid hits. The fact is that there is no one that will go Toe to Toe with Roman, you will be dismantle if you choose to stand your ground, you can run all you want but you cannot hide. Roman is a lil pit bull after your ass.

  25. Eres un lindo ejemplo de triunfador.
    tu técnica sabes que te la heredo el gran Alexis Arguello.
    esa forma mística y disciplina rotunda que te da la humildad para no irrespetar al contrincante.
    nacer en pobreza y luchar con tus puños para ayudar a tu familia,
    por darle gloria eterna a tu pueblo Nicaragua, la tierra donde las mujeres paren hombres
    por eso y muchas cosas mas ….mereces ser el mejor libra x libra en globo terráqueo. atentamente . Hector Lopez Aburto.

  26. Gonzalez and GGG are both on the decline. That come forward style eventually takes a toll. You don't wanna take too many hard blows in your career. Even the great Julio Ceaser Chavez broke down from the many wars he was in. Exciting fighters but not good for the brain taking them shots

  27. sad he lost i watched the whol GGG and his PV fight he seemed to have trouble with the southpaw stance the freaking head butts made it impossibe that piss me off he would have won if it was not for the cut.

  28. The dwarfs are running out of idols to worship, I told you Roman is not a wow fighter just ok .Always listen to Aaron Pryor coz Im the man lolol

  29. I think chocolate won the fight but like I said he gets hit too much he's not pound-for-pound the greatest boxer not even close but he's good to be the greatest boxer you have to have defense as well not about who's exciting boxing is a skill I've seen exciting street fights not the same thing

  30. how many time have we heard dumb casuals say oh x landed the harder cleaner shots so he deserved to win….i hues that method doesent work when its against a mexican. the b9as against mexican mexican american boxers in america is discusting. cuadras won that fucking fight man

  31. Guy at work said Gonzalez is to flashy like Camacho. Comment on that so I can show him what other people think.

  32. i remember always hearing max kellerman rave and rant about chocolitito but from the looks of this fight he aint too impressive.. imo

  33. This is the fight that left Chocolito shot. When I seen this fight I realized Chocolito didn't belong in this weight class and just should've went back to 108lbs. I know his handlers had to see it, but Chocolito had cleared out the 108 division and HBO wasn't going to pay for the fights if he didn't come up.

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