Jonathan Gonzalez Net Worth 2022 (Boxer): Biography & Family

Jonathan Gonzalez
Boxer Jonathan Gonzalez

Jonathan Gonzalez net worth is more than $2 million because he has won 26 fights, lost 3 in his professional boxing career currently holding WBO light flyweight title earning thousands of dollars from them and also from sponsors so Mashoor estimates his worth around $2 million.

Jonathan Gonzalez Biography

Jonathan Gonzalez is a famous Puerto Rican professional boxer who has held the WBO junior flyweight title since 2021.

He was brought into this world on April 24, 1991 in Caguas, Puerto Rico. He has more than 29k followers on Instagram – bombako.

He made her debut in Apr 1, 2011 against Jonathan Gonzalez. Till date he has won 26 boxing matches losing 3 time in his professional boxing career.

Jonathan Gonzalez Bio/Wiki

Real NameJonathan Gonzalez
Age31 years
Date of BirthApril 24, 1991
BirthplaceCaguas, Puerto Rico
NationalityPuertoRicon
ProfessionBoxer

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Height5’4 Feet
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Hair ColorBlack
Eye ColorBlack

Personal life

When González was four years old, his father, Luis González, who was also a boxer and had won Golden Glove trophies in 1980 and 1982, introduced him to the sport. At the age of four, he started training with his ancestor. When González was young, his mother passed away. He started honouring her with some of his finest victories after joining competitive circuits.

In Orlando Pieiro’s gym, González worked out, frequently sparring with both amateurs and experts. In November 2008, Pieiro stressed the commitment the fighter put forth during training, saying that even as an amateur, he had been able to submit opponents who were professionals during sparring.

Jonathan Gonzalez Boxing Career

Jonathan Gonzalez won the youth national title for Puerto Rico in 2008. The XI José “Cheo” Aponte Tournament, which began on May 20, 2008, was González’s first senior match. In the quarterfinals, he was defeated by Pan American medalist Juan Carlos Payano by a score of 16:14. González made his professional debut at the Youth World Championships of the International Boxing Association on October 29, 2008.

He outscored Australian Kyle Freiberg 10:0 in his opening match. González defeated Welbeth Loberanis of the Philippines on October 30, 2008, winning 18:5. He faced Kazakhstan’s Almas Zhakipov on the third date, and in a close decision (14:11), he prevailed. González defeated American Adam López 11:5 in the semifinals. With this result, he qualified for the finals where he would compete against Cuba’s Yuniel Robles, the winner of the opposite branch. Jonathan Gonzalez defeated Robles in the finals of the Youth World Championship, winning 12:5.

With this triumph, he became the fifth Puerto Rican to win a gold medal in this tournament, joining John John Molina, Anbal Santiago Acevedo, Carlos Febres, and Daniel Alicea. González was taken aback to find a sizable greeting ceremony upon his return to Puerto Rico, which included his stablemate Juan Manuel López. The Torneo Nacional de Boxeo Aficionado Isaac Barrientos, Puerto Rico’s national championship contest, was his next opponent. On February 21, 2009, González defeated Carlos Narváez (8:5) to advance to the semifinals.

Jonathan Gonzalez

He faced McWilliams Arroyo, the Pan American and Central American champion, in the championship round. González was able to establish control of the fight’s tempo early on by using his speed and counterattack, winning the first round 3:0. This pattern persisted in the following stanza, where he managed to score six more points, including three in only eighteen seconds, before his rival recorded his first point. Arroyo made an effort to apply pressure during the third round, bringing the score down to 9:4, but González made one last move to secure the final result of 11:5.

After this contest, he assisted Juan Manuel Lopez in his preparations for a defence against Gerry Pealosa by sparring with him. Due to his speed, the pugilist was chosen. On February 23, 2018, González competed for the WBO NABO flyweight title for the second time in his career when he was set to face Ricardo Rodriguez for the vacant crown. Boxeo Telemundo broadcast the bout as part of their 30th anniversary special. He prevailed in a split decision, with two judges giving González scores of 96-93 and 95-94, respectively, while the third judge gave Rodriguez’s score of 95-94.

After successfully knocking Rodriguez to the ground in the third round, Rodriguez seemed to lag in the middle rounds, but was able to catch up in the final three rounds. On July 20, 2018, González was slated to face Julian Yedras in the first defence of his secondary title, which was once again covered by Boxeo Telemundo. González triumphed in the fight with a resounding unanimous decision, with all three judges giving him the victory in each and every round. During his post-fight interview, González made fun of the WBO flyweight champion, saying, “I believe I am capable of fighting for a world title, especially against Sho Kimura.”

On November 16, 2018, González faced Juan Alejo, a two-time WBO light flyweight title challenger, in his second defence of the WBO NABO flyweight championship, which was televised on Boxeo Telemundo. González prevailed through technical knockout in the eighth round. In the sixth round, he first used a left to knock Alejo to the ground. Then, using a barrage of punches, he forced Alejo’s corner to concede defeat.

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