Joet Gonzalez Wins A Thriller; Tucker And Johnson Score Impressive Victories

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Joet Gonzalez, Jahi Tucker and Delante Johnson gets in on the Ramirez vs Dogboe undercard
Joet Gonzalez, Jahi Tucker and Delante Johnson gets in on the Ramirez vs Dogboe undercard

Joet Gonzalez, Jahi Tucker And Delante Johnson Win Over Tough Opponents

Two-time featherweight challenger Joet Gonzalez (26-3, 15KO) picked up a good win against Enrique Vivas (22-3, 11KO) in a fan-friendly battle. Gonzalez took punishment early as Vivas was landing hard hooks to start the fight. However, Gonzalez turned it around by taking small steps to the side before landing brutal shots to the body. He also found a home for the uppercut. The experience of fighting in championship fights showed as Gonzalez took advantage of Vivas’ flaws throughout the contest.

He hit the challenger with everything, including the kitchen sink. Moreover, he landed punishing hooks and overhand rights that knocked Vivas’ mouthpiece out twice during the contest. Down the stretch, Gonzalez went into another gear, moving side to side before firing off a blister of punches that had his opponent’s face swollen as the final bell sounded. One judge scorecard was 99-91, as two judges saw it 98-92 in favor of Gonzalez. 3kingsboxing agrees with the latter scorecards. Gonzalez continues to climb back into title contention.


In an action-thriller, junior middleweight Jahi Tucker (10-0, 5KO) out-brawled the brawler in Nikoloz Sekhniashvili (8-2, 6KO) to a victory. Tucker, the better boxer, was rocked in the first round then decided to go to war. In round four, he got deducted a point for hitting on the break in retaliation. Furthermore, Tucker proved to have a solid chin, taking hard counter left hooks while returning fire.

Refusing to sit down the entire fight, the determined young prospect took the fight to Sekhniashvili, landing vicious combinations in a phonebooth battle. As the fight was coming to a close, the young prospect was the fresher fighter and used his footwork to create angles while landing flurries of punches on a weary opponent. All three judges saw it 77-74 in favor of Tucker. 3kingsboxing agrees with the judges. The dog came out in this young man, and it was exciting to watch.


Junior welterweight prospect Delante “Tiger” Johnson (8-0, 5KO) went the distance for the victory against Alfonzo Olvera (12-8-3, 6KO). Tiger got off to a troublesome start as the long reach of his opponent hurt him in the beginning round. However, he didn’t take long to make the adjustment by fighting in the pocket and finding a home for the the hard counterpunches.

Olvera tried to increase the pressure by coming forward to attack the body, but he was almost dropped by a picture-perfect counter right hand by Johnson. The young prospect used those superior boxing skills by pulling out other tools from the toolbox against the awkward style of the crafty challenger. After the final bell sounded, all three judges saw it 80-72 for Johnson. 3kingsboxing had it 79-73 for Tiger, who showed improved growth after overcoming an early scare.

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