Difference between revisions of "Tavoris Cloud vs. Julio Cesar Gonzalez"

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==Summary==
 
==Summary==
Unbeaten Floridian Tavoris Cloud pitched a shutout, landing left hooks and right hand power shots all night, giving Mexico's former WBO Light Heavyweight champion Julio Cesar Gonzalez a consistent beating all night (despite being taken past the fifth round for the first time in his career). Gonzalez' granite jaw was in evidence as he absorbed hellacious shots from Cloud in rounds five and six. At 2:50 of round ten, with Cloud landing unanswered right hand leads and Gonzalez absorbing unanswered punishment on the ropes, the referee had seen enough and waved the bout off. The technical knockout victory made Cloud the first Tallahassee native to attain a No. 1 world ranking and become the mandatory challenger for the IBF world championship in the Light Heavyweight division. It was the first time that Gonzalez had been stopped.
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Unbeaten Floridian Tavoris Cloud pitched a shutout, landing left hooks and right hand power shots all night, giving Mexico's former WBO Light Heavyweight champion Julio Cesar Gonzalez a consistent beating all night (despite being taken past the fifth round for the first time in his career). Gonzalez' granite jaw was in evidence as he absorbed hellacious shots from Cloud in rounds five and six. At 2:50 of round ten, with Cloud landing unanswered right hand leads and Gonzalez absorbing unanswered punishment on the ropes, the referee had seen enough and waved the bout off. Gonzalez had suffered a cut and a puff under his left eye, from round five on. The technical knockout victory made Cloud the first Tallahassee native to attain a No. 1 world ranking and become the mandatory challenger for the IBF world championship in the Light Heavyweight division. It was the first time that Gonzalez had been stopped.

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Total Punches Cloud Gonzalez Landed 280 161 Thrown 696 867 Pct. 40% 19% Jabs Cloud Gonzalez Landed 50 56 Thrown 181 352 Head Cloud Gonzalez Landed 212 106 Thrown 550 711 Body Cloud Gonzalez Landed 68 55 Thrown 146 156

2008-08-08 : Tavoris Cloud 174 lbs beat Julio Cesar Gonzalez 174 lbs by TKO at 1:50 in round 10 of 12

Summary

Unbeaten Floridian Tavoris Cloud pitched a shutout, landing left hooks and right hand power shots all night, giving Mexico's former WBO Light Heavyweight champion Julio Cesar Gonzalez a consistent beating all night (despite being taken past the fifth round for the first time in his career). Gonzalez' granite jaw was in evidence as he absorbed hellacious shots from Cloud in rounds five and six. At 2:50 of round ten, with Cloud landing unanswered right hand leads and Gonzalez absorbing unanswered punishment on the ropes, the referee had seen enough and waved the bout off. Gonzalez had suffered a cut and a puff under his left eye, from round five on. The technical knockout victory made Cloud the first Tallahassee native to attain a No. 1 world ranking and become the mandatory challenger for the IBF world championship in the Light Heavyweight division. It was the first time that Gonzalez had been stopped.