Gabriel Rosado Ready to Seize the Throne


    On May 4th, Gabriel “King” Rosado will be fighting in the biggest showcase yet in his career, on the Floyd Mayweather vs. Robert Guerrero undercard. Rosado will be facing off against J’Leon Love in a fight that should he win, will push him toward bigger and better opportunities.

    Rosado has come a long way in his professional career considering he turned pro in 2010. Rosado has fought 27 times, losing only 6 of those bouts. With each loss, he gained experience and bettered himself.

    The most disappointing loss for Rosado has to be his second round TKO loss to Mexican slugger Alfredo Angulo. Although he went down a few times and was visibly hurt, he wanted to continue fighting, showing a tremendous amount of heart.

    Rosado continued to build himself up as a fighter losing only once more before securing wins over Jesus Soto Karass and Sechell Powel. Those back to back victories showed that he is a formidable foe for anyone who steps in the ring with him.

    Many fighters have spectacular performances, where they completely dominate an opponent, and it ends up being career defining. For Gabriel Rosado, his career defining fight was his loss against Gennady Golovkin. Golovkin hurt and backed Rosado up for a good portion of the fight, but Rosado stood his ground and fought back hard. Despite going down, he got back up and boxed, avoiding punches and countering. The fight was stopped in the 7th round when what seemed to be a bad cut at the time was actually not that bad, it just poured out a lot of blood. Rosado lost the fight that night, but he won over the fans.

    On May 4th, you can expect even more from Rosado. He is hungry. He wants the victory and the “King” is ready to seize the throne.