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The bout was as much of a mismatch as expected by fans. Gonzalez (39-0, 33) did as he wished and swiftly broke down the our matched and hugely out gunned Filipino who was never really in the bout. Gonzalez seemed to hurt Purisima every time he landed and more worryingly was the fact Gonzalez never got out of second gear.
Thankfully the referee had heart and didn't let the beating become a prolonged one as he stopped Purisima (11-5-1, 4) in just the 3rd round.
Whilst the bout was a clear mismatch the key was Gonzalez's appearance in a Japanese ring. He used the opportunity to make an impression on the Japanese fans and than thanks Akira Yaegashi for agreeing to fight him later in the year.
Whilst many will complainthat this was a mismtach, you've got to remember that this contest wasn't about Gonzalez v Purisima but was instead about Gonzalez v Yaegashi, a bout that is all but confirmed if Yaegashi can defeat Odilon Zaleta later today.