Age 22 boxer started his career on August 1995 building a record of 28-7-0 over 9 years, last fighting 0 ago in June 2005. The longest win streak that Gonzalez has ever recorded was between August 1995 and August 1997 when it totaled 16 wins. Gonzalez's longest KO streak is 3 fights long.
Starting as he means to go on, Gonzalez got off to an explosive start in his debut, defeating Ricardo cesar Manso in 2 rounds and becoming the only person to have stopped Manso to date. Gonzalez continued his pro journey, which was mostly successful at this point, by fighting 19 fights following his debut. Fights against boxers such as Francisco javier Altamirano, Roberto juan ismael Medina and Bruno ruben Godoy followed including once in 1995, 8 times in 1996 and 8 times through 1997 and 1998.
On October 24th, 1997, Gonzalez took on and was defeated by Sandro abel Vazquez in his first career defeat meaning his career tally went to 16-1-0. Gonzalez's fight against Sandro abel Vazquez was Gonzalez's first stoppage defeat of his career. This came via KO in the 2nd round of a 6 round fight. Gonzalez's win streak of 16 rose to 22 following 6 great wins, becoming the 15th person to defeat Roberto Duran, 6th person to defeat Marco antonio Duarte and 16th person to beat Bruno ruben Godoy.
Gonzalez went into his next fight against Mads Larsen on November 26th, 1999 with a career record of 22-2-0. Gonzalez was beaten by Mads Larsen in the 6th round. Gonzalez had only ever been stopped 2 times previously in his career.
Taking another knock in his career, Brian Magee was next in line for Gonzalez with Magee coming out victorious. Gonzalez career was at 25-5-0 following the fight. Gonzalez was beaten by Brian Magee in the 1st round. Gonzalez had only ever been stopped 3 times previously in his career. Gonzalez then went on to face Orlando javier Acuna where he added another win to his tally.
Gonzalez went into his next career fight with a record of 26-5-0 and took this to 27 wins with a win against Nestor fabian Casanova on May 26th, 2004. Casanova was a great challenge for Gonzalez, losing over the full 10 round distance and crowning Gonzalez as the 5th person to have defeated Casanova.
Gonzalez lost to Danny Green in his next fight. Taking place on September 29th, 2004, Gonzalez's career record after this fight stood at 27-6-0. Gonzalez was stopped by Danny Green in the 5th round of a 10 round fight via TKO. It was Gonzalez's 4th stoppage defeat in his career.
The next defeat of Gonzalez's career came against Stipe Drews on June 18th, 2005. This took his career record to 28-7-0. It took 35 pro fights for Gonzalez to decide it was now too much to continue fighting. Gonzalez's 12 round defeat to Drews was Gonzalez's final fight as a pro.