"Next Puerto Rican Superstar"
Demolishes Opponent 11
Up-and-coming force Jonathan Gonzalez now
11-0, 11 KOs after stopping veteran Gundrick King
On Friday, December 10, at Coliseo Samuel Rodriguez in Aguas
Buenas, Puerto Rico, the "Next Puerto Rican Superstar"
Jonathan "Mantequilla" Gonzalez ran his consecutive knockout
streak to 11 and brought his record to a perfect 11-0, 11
KOs by stopping Gundrick King (13-4, 9 KOs) in two rounds.
The hottest young power puncher in boxing (he wont' turn 22
until next summer) Gonzalez softened King up for the kill
with paralyzing left hooks to the liver and then lowered the
boom with a huge uppercut along the ropes. Out on his feet,
King was finally rescued at 2:58 of the second.
"King had been the distance with, and even won a few rounds
against, a respectable guy like Paul Delgado, so we thought
he'd offer this kid some resistance, but standing up to that
kind of power is almost impossible," said Leon Margules of
Warriors Boxing (Gonzalez is co-promoted by Universal
Promotions, Warriors Boxing and Gary Shaw Productions). "If
you try and protect your head, he'll just focus on the body
and double you over like he did to this poor guy tonight.
He's nothing short of an amazing puncher."
2011 should be a landmark year for Gonzalez as he begins to
crack the world ratings while continuing to crack skulls.
"We've been trying to step him up and see how he does with
adversity but he just ramps up his attack to match the
opponent," Margules continued. "Gary Shaw and I feel he'll
soon be ready for his first televised showcase and once the
world witnesses his amazing power, his popularity will carry
him to the world titles and fame he's destined for. It's
exciting to be part of his unstoppable wave."