Roman Gonzalez Net Worth

Roman Gonzalez’s net worth is $5 million. He is a Nicaraguan Professional Boxer who has won 51 fights with 3 defeats in his Boxing career with earning $3.8 million as per Tapology so we estimates his worth around $5 million.

Roman Gonzalez Biography

Roman Gonzalez, better known by his ring as “Chocolatito,” is a professional boxer from Nicaragua. He was born on June 17, 1987. He has surpassed his coach, idol, and former three-weight world champion, the late Alexis Argüello, becoming the first boxer from Nicaragua to win world championships in four weight classes.

He was brought into this world on 17 June 1987 in Dublin, Ireland. He has more than 122k followers on Instagram – chocolatito87.

He made his debut on 1 Jul 2005 against Ramon Urbina. Till date he has a record of 51 wins with 3 defeats in his Boxing career.

Personal Details

Net Worth$5 million
Real NameRomán Alberto González Luna 
Date of Birth17 June 1987
BirthplaceManagua, Nicaragua
NationalityNicaragua
ProfessionBoxer

Family

FatherLuis Alberto González
MotherLiliam Luna
SiblingsYet To Update
WifeRaquel Doña
(Divorced in 2011)

Education

SchoolYet To Update
UniversityYet To Update
QualificationYet To Update

Personal Life

Carlos Blandon Vidaurre oversees Roman Gonzalez’s management, and Teiken Promotions of Japan handles his promotion. González resides in Managua, Nicaragua, is divorced, and has two kids. He has acknowledged that while he fights for honour and glory, his primary motivation is to support his family. He is an active Christian who openly backs the FSLN political party in Nicaragua.

Boxing Career

Roman Gonzalez has surpassed his coach, idol, and former three-weight world champion, the late Alexis Argüello, becoming the first boxer from Nicaragua to win world championships in four weight classes. From 2008 to 2010, he was the WBA minimumweight champion. From 2011 to 2013, he was the WBA light flyweight champion. From 2014 to 2016, he was the WBC and The Ring flyweight champion.

From 2016 to 2017, he was the WBC super flyweight champion. From 2020 to 2021, Roman Gonzalez was the WBA (Super) super flyweight champion. He is now regarded as the second-best active super flyweight in the world by The Ring magazine as of August 2022. He was also listed as the top active fighter in the world, pound for pound, by The Ring and ESPN from September 2015 to March 2017. He is renowned for using pressure to fight aggressively.

No.ResultRecordOpponentDate
55Juan Francisco Estrada3 Dec 2022
54Win51–3Julio Cesar Martinez5 Mar 2022
53Loss50–3Juan Francisco Estrada13 Mar 2021
52Win50–2Israel González23 Oct 2020
51Win49–2Kal Yafai29 Feb 2020
50Win48–2Diomel Diocos23 Dec 2019
49Win47–2Moisés Fuentes15 Sep 2018
48Loss46–2Srisaket Sor Rungvisai9 Sep 2017
47Loss46–1Srisaket Sor Rungvisai18 Mar 2017
46Win46–0Carlos Cuadras10 Sep 2016
45Win45–0McWilliams Arroyo23 Apr 2016
44Win44–0Brian Viloria17 Oct 2015
43Win43–0Édgar Sosa16 May 2015
42Win42–0Valentin Leon28 Feb 2015
41Win41–0Rocky Fuentes22 Nov 2014
40Win40–0Akira Yaegashi5 Sep 2014
39Win39–0Juan Purisima6 Apr 2014
38Win38–0Juan Kantun15 Feb 2014
37Win37–0Oscar Blanquet10 Nov 2013
36Win36–0Francisco Rodríguez Jr.21 Sep 2013
35Win35–0Ronald Barrera25 May 2013
34Win34–0Juan Francisco Estrada17 Nov 2012
33Win33–0Stiven Monterrosa6 Oct 2012
32Win32–0Ramón García Hirales28 Apr 2012
31Win31–0Manuel Jiménez17 Mar 2012
30Win30–0Omar Soto1 Oct 2011
29Win29–0Omar Salado16 Jul 2011
28Win28–0Manuel Vargas19 Mar 2011
27Win27–0Francisco Rosas24 Oct 2010
26Win26–0Jesus Limones3 Sep 2010
25Win25–0Ivan Meneses30 Jan 2010
24Win24–0Katsunari Takayama14 Jul 2009
23Win23–0Francisco Rosas28 Feb 2009
22Win22–0Miguel Tellez13 Dec 2008
21Win21–0Yutaka Niida15 Sep 2008
20Win20–0Abraham Irias12 Jul 2008
19Win19–0Juan Francisco Centeno13 Jun 2008
18Win18–0Javier Murillo29 Feb 2008
17Win17–0Hiroshi Matsumoto14 Jan 2008
16Win16–0Javier Tello14 Dec 2007
15Win15–0Eriberto Gejon3 Nov 2007
14Win14–0Miguel Tellez13 Jul 2007
13Win13–0José Luis Varela12 May 2007
12Win12–0Vicente Hernandez30 Mar 2007
11Win11–0Elvis Romero16 Feb 2007
10Win10–0Juan Francisco Centeno15 Dec 2006
9Win9–0Oscar Murillo6 Oct 2006
8Win8–0Francisco Meza1 Sep 2006
7Win7–0Francisco Meza31 Mar 2006
6Win6–0Jose Martinez3 Mar 2006
5Win5–0Roberto Meza20 Jan 2006
4Win4–0Eddy Castro15 Oct 2005
3Win3–0David Centeno30 Sep 2005
2Win2–0Nicolas Mercado19 Aug 2005
1Win1–0Ramon Urbina1 Jul 2005

After three successful defences, González gave up his minimumweight belt and switched back to light flyweight. In September 2010, he defeated Jesus Limones (10-1-1, 4 KOs) in the second round of his first match in his new weight division.

Roman Gonzalez faced Juan Francisco Estrada, the WBC and The Ring super flyweight champion, on March 13, 2021. The first encounter between the two had resulted in a unanimous decision victory for Gonzalez in 2012. This was their second encounter. It was the busiest battle at 115 pounds that the organisation has ever tracked. Compubox credits both competitors with 2,529 punches delivered in total. Gonzalez appeared to have narrowly outlanded Estrada in an exciting battle. Nevertheless, Estrada won the bout by a score of 117-111 and 115-113 from two judges, while Gonzalez won by a score of 115-113 from the third judge.

Roman Gonzalez was scheduled to compete against Juan Francisco Estrada in a trilogy match on March 5, 2022, at Pechanga Arena in San Diego, California, as the main event of a DAZN broadcast card. A positive COVID-19 test prompted Estrada to withdraw from the bout, and the WBC flyweight champion stepped in on a six-week notice to take his place. Gonzalez prevailed via unanimous decision, with scores of 118–110, 117–111, and 116–112 from the three judges. Read about – Melanie Leis

FAQ

Who is Roman Gonzalez ?

Roman Gonzalez is a Nicaraguan professional boxer.

When was Roman Gonzalez born ?

Roman Gonzalez was born on 17 June 1987.

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